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TILB DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8AXEM, OEEOOV. THURSDAY. JULY 1 1914. Just Received, a Neir Lot Women's and Misses' Dainty Tunic Dresses The very latest Jnd most popular styles pick OVER 34 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL M ER. CHANDISING IN SALEM k))itjf:)!! sjt AMUSEMENTS. llLlfiir State, between Liberty ami High) Motion pictures fenturing the famous slur, Helen (iurdner, in "I'ioces of Silver." (ILOIIK (State, between Lib erty and lliga) Motion pic tures of Lubin film, "Tho erty and High) Motion plc twrcs of series II Lucille Love, "the girl of mystery" and Miss Klsic Kdwards, Austral inn soprano, in sung. YK LI1SEUTY (Liberty, be tween Liberty and Court) Jesse L. Lasky presents in motion pictures "The Squaw Man," with Pustin Farnum in the title rule. I'll Al.'TAl'tjUA Willamette university grounds. HOATINd Salem boat house, foot of State street. Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting glasses correctly. U. S. Bank building, p ' Fred B. Waters left this morning for ! Portland on business. ..r. Waters stat-i ed that he supposed the climate in the Ito.io rity would tluiw him out con- ; sidernbly, but business was business! and he had to face tho heat. o Try Scott's 16c meals. vircuu tiuaKe uauoway nas nurctiax-1 ed a new automobile. "The court" is , now m.o .1 t ........ , , IIKVII IWHH iiiiiii uu, Inline in South Snlcm in his nifty little uas wncron. and bo can ooeniie t'lm ...... i chine veiv artistically nln-ndv. n Hausor Eros, flroworks are best Bo far th. ... " " " tto- I"""" "" T'"' 'if" nn.l water rum- I CLIP THIS To iiiilictite you are j All Around Town EHDRfilDpmTTERflJTriT VSr V- thi ' I All Capital Journal regular reader like this one. The National Embroidery Outfit is guaranteed to be the greatest collection and biggest bargain in patterns ever ofFered. The 200 patterns have a retail value of 10 cents each. Bring FOUlt Coupons and 08 cent to this office and you will be presented with One Complete Outfit, including Book of Instructions and one All Wood Beaded Hoop and 10 skeins of silk. The 68 cents is to cover duty, express, handling and the numerous overhead expenses of getting the package from the factory to you. N. B. Out-of'Town Reader$ will add S cents extra for pottage and expense of mailing. ! Special Sale of Dresses, $4.98 Regular values up to $16.50. Dozens of desirable, stylish models of such popular ma terials as pi(ue, linen, crepe, ratine, voiles, corded crepe and printed fabrics. Unusually large lot to select from. You'll get more than your money's worth if you purchase from this assortment. Your This store will remain open until 8 o'clock Friday evening to accommodate shoppers who cannot shop during the day, and owing to the request of a number of our patrons we will remain open until 12 o'clock noon Saturday, the Fourth. OOODlGOOD S T mittee of the council have been unable to locate th" mysterious source through which the department was called to the iiiteisection of 18th nnd Ferry streets night llefore last during the fire which uestroyed the Fremont hotel. 0 Oct fireworks for the boy at Hauser Uros. Labor CommlFHioner O. P. Hoff went to Portland today on a short business trip. He will return this evening, o Score cards of the recent Eugenics contest held at the Marion hotel duriuit , the Cherry Fair were sent this morning to the parents of tho babies entered in the contest. The scores were pub lished as soon an llillde in the miners lint tho official results were not . uiven ! to the contestants until today. j o If vou want to see the flonenvm hairy at work, romc to our store nny nay next wee it , irom ,1 to u p. m. Iem Klcctric Co., Alasonie Temple. Su- Tons of earth are Hill being dumped into the big fill under the Oregon Lice trie bridge on North Front street. The ,i;,t iu V1..,I ....t u .. ,.;t four miles north of the citv. The first I section of the fill is nearly complete ami the remaining part will not take very long owing to the north s.-o fill rimr mure sluillnw. . . . I m sure ana visit Brioienmisn springs 1. 1.: .... ... . . . this summer. Under new ninnugenient. er new niniiiiiromeiit. Baths all remodeled and up to date. n.i ...(.......i .i ....... av...... ... Good restaurant nnd store. "uu '" V- lur information, address J. K. Johnson. Detroit. Oreeon. . . - - Secretary of StatVTcott announced Ha, the fees for motor vclii-! yesterday that oraiers ana cnautteurs' reuistra- ; tion for June totaled 1,774. In June, ! 1 l!i:i if I tod was receive. Tho fee. s, u i.i, i.i.io was ret civeti. I lie fees so ,,.V,,r ,'i01,,: pitreii wun ifii.uuu in liMJ ail I f 17.3:10 l ,,f I ' "" " ' " in l!lL'. Almost l 3,1100 more COUPON you must present Four Coupons $4.98 fIP received thus far this vear than was ro j reived during tho whole of 1!)13. j Fireworks in abundance at Hauser tiros. State Superintendent of Public In- jstrm-tion .1. A. Churchill will leave Sa , Iem tomorrow for the convention of the ; .National durational Association lit St. i I'tiul. It is expected mat ...ere will be nearly 120,0(10 teachers in attendance nt itho convention. Mr. Churchill expects 10 oe 111 me cast ror aliout 1 days. Fresh fish of all kinds. Salom Fish ' & I'linltrv Miirknf 1 7-i si..,., k c...,. cial. I'liimo Maiii'2125 The registrar's report from the Ore-i gon state normal school at .Monmoiitj shows that there are lliil teachers tak ing the summer normal course at that institution. This is the largest enroll ment of any summer school ever held in the state. Two weeks of the six weeks' course have, already missed, but it is , expected that the enrollment will pass .the 500 mark before the session is over. 1 Fire. Tire. Fireworks for t.liA Tnnrtti Oct them of Hauser Hrn, nf on....... i o I Today is musical festival day at the "lem chaiitauq.ia with the Cirl.-ilh. Itnliun band and the Tlmvieu tirand p'P1' company as the star attractions. tins afternoon nnd evening they will both hold forth in the big tent on the ! ,lluv,'rmt.v Rrounds. The Italian band I'1 r,,;ul" !":1,','t""' Ross,,,., Of. 1 fi'"l"h KjpmnaB, (.oniioud and many :0,,,,,r world-renowned romposers. The 01"r'' company will appear in operatic selections both ancient and dramatic. If you wish to see Dr. Mendelsohn about your eyes or your glasses, see him nt once. Dr. Mendelsohn will leave Oil his Vacation novf- Stitiir.lnv nirrlif , , ,. . . V and will be nt his ntfirn until 4 i m .. . , . .: 1 1'. ,mt,., 7 8,,. nt on 'ho office will bo closed from .In v 5 ... ii,. ,, . omnn it o . 't,'l ,. " ,11011.11 lnnK building. ."f T1 ? bfSn r',, ,he ""'"-ripts , ,T. n.iiouii M, in te recent state tencn-1 are caving tne capital fl,-v ''"'"J- T,m B"l'l'"K has been prac- .. .. . . , i I !,,.. I,.: ..Lu" I ;,..! cards prepared, it will be July 20 before the results are given out, and the cards 1 . . 'n of examination mailed to the nppli- . cants. For your Sunday dinner, order your chickens Friday, as the Salem Fish & Poultry ...in Mi will be closed after 10 a. m. Saturday, the Fourth. -o Vccordtng to Day Officer Jack White nuto owners and other vehicle drivers ! Wl" p,,u'r ,lu' automobile business with must abide by the ordinance which re- llia uncle, Charles K. Kellogg, who has quires them to travel to the intersec-' n ''"'l establishment in tne city by fiuns of streets before attempting to ' ,,,p lm.v- It was a lucky stroke for him turn around. Officer White said this thut h quit Tuesday night and remov morning that he had wnrned several ,,,, ,li3 l,ox c( l00' fro1" ,,u Kn,'nKp' nuto drivers but thev seem to take the whil,h was destroyed in the fire that ordinance ns n joke nnd refuse to turn : the Kreinont hotel building early properly. The new regulation law must Wednesday morning. Dining the time be followed to the letter hereafter h l,as l,m'n in rit' he nas ""Ju states White, nnd violations will be 1 "m"-v fril,"ls wl, regret to see him ilen It with bv arrests from now on. ! ,cav o j o The state printing plant Is running j Rev. Ernest Goudge, foremrty a Wil night and day on n hurry up job to get lainette university student, who has out the catalogue of the Oregon Agricul-I I'een pastor of the First Congregational tural college. The book contains 4."i0 church at Miillnn, Idaho, leaves Salem pages and there will be 10,000 copies is- this afternoon for his imstoraie after sued. It will require, two weeks to fin- 'spending four weeks visiting with ish the printing. The setting of the friends in tin, vicinity of this city. He type for the election pnmpnlets is now ' left for Portland, from whence he will going on, and will keep the linotvpe' go to Idaho. Mullaii is located in the nine liincs busy for some time, the I "lining district of toner d'Alene, and printing of these iminphlets will beiUev. lioudge has been successful in liiis done ou the Capital Journal press. work there. He is an Knglisliiiuin from o j the Cornwall country, near Lands End, Our Electric Fireless Cooker solves nd expects to be back to his old home the rooking problem. We will show sometime this summer to see his father. you how any day next week, from 3 o to 5 p. m. Snlem Flectric Co., Masonic j With the mercury U here today at Temple, High street. ; mion, it is believed, by the local weath- j o ! er man that before the dav is over Ralph Moores, secretary of the promo-1 thev will be able to .record another rec tiou department of the Snlefii commer- ord breaker. YestcMav Old Sol could cial club, and lvan AIcDaniels, assfct- only boost the miueml'up to 86. 'teVteti;rgz:?'ARRANGING SYSTEM Moo res expects to make the quarters ; as attractive a place as possible. K.th ' youug men are live fellows and will ' make the people know there is a hunt-1 ling promotion department to the club. o L. M. Boggs, the quality grocers, will close their store all day Snturoay, the Fourth. Hence yoa should order to morrow for Sunday. -o- Luther J. Chapln, Marion coenty ag- riculturisl, left Malem early this after-; eruing fire alarms, which will instruct, postoniee building. The bank exam noon for Aumsville in company with the public in giving emergency rails jiner is seldom in the lity, nun joint D. A. Hrodic, head of the department or a,,, 0 help public safety. The tele- occupancy of the office would nut in commerce at Washington, D. C'., and Mr. phone compauv indirectly acts as a terfere ith the work of either. ...r. Hnharty, district leader for Oregon, fire siarm BVsitm but the pnfper wav'Ohupin is at present located in the Wasmngton and Idaho, where they will , to pt j Bu aarm tor fire is to rail ; promotion department of the Sulem continue the work of the industrial oc-; 37, That wav the fire alarm operator Commercial club. As u result of the .pupation survey now being made hero. js reached .iirectlv at the fire sta-' permission granted, he will take up Wednesday they were at Silverton, ,ion. i rmil(, the ,irP(.t imm,er 37 j new quarters. IScott s Mills, Noodburn and Mt. Angel wni,.h is the flr!lt one on tho telephone, There is ono condition upon Mr. in connection with the work. . book cover, errors are eliminated. An , nn,;n moving into the postoftice u ' If you want to see " 1 tne Copeman . our store any to op. m. Su- Fairy at work, come to dny next week, from 3 iem r.ioctrie 10., Masonic temple. 0 Mrs. B. K. Lawson will be the chapcrono to accompany the Cherry Fair Queen, Miss llrace Lilly, ami her maids Misses Marie Boliutzer and l'riscilla Fleming, to Portland Saturday to tako part iu tho repetition of the! urday evenng, July Fourth. The Salem queen has been asked to appear with her maids on a float. The courtesy is appreciated by the people of Salem i(osi festival electrical parade, Sut - and the queen of the niggest an dbest cnerry ta,r will go ,lown to the Hose ' Our Electric Tireless Cooker solves the cookinir problem. We will show o 1 - - you how any day next week from .1 to Temiile Hieli street " t complaint. .Mrs. Keeves was given the. The county school superintendents 1 ' b right to use her maiden name of Clara ami superintendent t hurchill, who went State Engineer Lewis returned last: live Lil,by- j io. . .v,,!,,1'r'' "-tr ' Inst uight from a short trip to tirnnts l'ass,! 0 'Kht. They were given an auto ride where he went to look over an irriga- August Huckesteia, postmaster for ; y;r ,,l!t' l l.v n"'1 l"rheon was pro tion project, it is proposed bv parties Salem, will leave the citv either the i Wi at !.-1 :t 1 club, in (Jrunts 1'uss to irriguto soino 13,000 sixth or seventh of this month tor Den-I A" !','i;ort " 1,11,1 ""' ,ll,,t acres of arid Inn, I near that city on ver. Colo., where he goes as a delegate I rnrried uway not .mg but kindly inem Canvon creek and Jump Off Joe rreek. 'f the Salem lodge of Klks to the lodge l01' of r.ugem and its people. The parties desire that the state pro-' convention held in tnnt citv. After the i ",e purpose ot the trip was for the vide half tho necessary funds to pro- sessions at Denver, he will go to Do- ,,0llllt.v "''"O"1 superintendents to.be mote the project, and 'the government troit, Mich., to represent the Snlem ; at-4iianitti with the prolessors the other half. Mr. Lewis is waiting 1 lodge of Maccabees at 1. convention in".ml the conditions at the state liniver for certain propositions to be submitted ! that city. Later lu; will go to I'itts- sl,"- AM of lpm liavi 111 thru- charge formally to the board ami in the mean- I Imrg, Tenii., to pnv a visit to his ol.l ""'' stiid. nt.H who will att.tid time is nrennrin.r snmn nlans . ...1 ,.,11. 1 llll,tl'9 f '" 'ost, "Cooked food sale" by Woman's al- lianre, Friday, ut Buren & Hamilton's, o Orpheus C. Soos, secretary of the Walla Walla commercial club, who was a Salem visitor during tho Cherry fair, semis a communication to t tip Sulem commercial club extending a hearty though formal invitation to the Cher- rinns to visit tiio Frontier day celebia- j tion of the W'nlla Walla County Fairj "ssurinuuii nun 1110 x runner oay man - ngement. Similar icqiiests have bee ni-iii iu iiiu jwnui itinn, I in. i-.uiMIC iWMII- ators, and the Seattle Tillieums, and it is expected that delegations of those booster organizations will attend. The matter will be taken up at tho next meeting of the Cherriniif,. o 'Cooked food sale' ty Woman a al - liance, Friday, nt Buren & Hamilton's. Secretary Moores of department ot the Commercial Ciub is in receipt of a letter from C. C. Chap- mun, secretary of the Portland Com inercinl club, thanking tho ltoyal '"'rnans of Sulem, tho Commercial -l"b IP' of tlio city for tlic splendid entertainment and reception accorded the lloynl Hosanans of l ort laiul during their visit to the Cherry Fair on June 2. Kvery need ami in cident of the visit was anticipated by the Salem people and loft nothing un done to make the visitors certain of the genuine heartiness of tho welcome extended. The liosarinns wish to let the people of the Cherry City know they fully appreciate the unusual hes-1 pitality given. Notice. AU barber shops in the city will close on Saturday, July 4th. i o Three topics are up for discussion be fore the meeting of the county school superintendent this afternoon. Trio matter of preparing a regulation stan-l dnrdization requirement for rural! u!?12n Z' toZ '' ' . n tl i ,ms to make tht , . . , t,. ,,., t. ii nn.l nr.h.r i , ;,,t of roles the 10 I'npart 8 nniiorn sit ot runs tne siiperinteiitlents tiro tliseussiug the prop- ositio... Also the matter fo a uniform ! s-",fm of 'wm'U !T f t ;of ,hc !"lU" x ,0 h." '.'""'""r0'1: A liools new state course of study is to be issued by Superintendent hun hill by September 1, ami in order to secure suggestions from the county superintendents this matter will also be taken up. o King S. Bartlott, who was employed bv the Hoes & Klgin auto garage, left ' yesterday for Oakland, Cal., where he FOR FIRE ALARMS The council committee on Fire audi Water composed of ('. O. Constable, i Clifford Drown and Herbert Hedge met vesteMay. The committee con- me treasury urpuriuirm ut ...isnuik frrre.i with VV.' H. Daucy, innuuger of ton, D. C, to allow l.uther J. Chnpin. the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph county ngenl of the depiirtmont of ng rninnanv of Salem. Thev urobahlv will ! ricultnre. to occui'V jointly . the ari ont mrd nnttirini the rules" pov - alarm for the recent Fremont fire was Kiven incoherently am I occasioned con- fll8ion 8t ,he time. Xhe telephone operator in hearing a fire call stops oil tne line long enough to lenru whether ' or not the cal. is entered ilirectlv n 11 I promptly to 117 so in this manner the aiarm js ,onblv guarded when 37 is ,,,,,. The safety of the public will be hotter unnr.in.i 'n-hon iiitrii..i..ui n,i oinhiiintiini ulonir theso lines nr.. iriven ' has postponed its meeting until Fridav, , Ji.lv 10, in order to avoid conflict with the" Chautauqua. : Tne iresoytenan women '8 society A divorce was granted this morning! , ,(V (iallowav , 01iy . lieeves. The couide were married in jJ ! .,',!' J IS... V. IV clnMren torn to the couple. Cruel and ,,, ,lt ,., h.,...i :.. i,n home citv und state. He pxi.ects j visit orner cities during ins trip east. j True bills were returned by the grand i jury now in session against II. 11. Ciil- mail, held in the county jail on a charge of obtaining money "under falso pre- tenses, and ugaiust Albert Johnson, ulias Kay Duffy, arrested yesterday on a charge ot forgery. Two other true bills were returned "against persons not yet apprehended and for whom bench warrants will be issued today by Judge Kellv. Judue Kelly was in" court this ; morning to near exceptions to cost bills, motions and other business pre- panilOlV IO 1110 OJ!tlllllg Ot 1116 dlliy j term of court, i o o The "Hoosier" residents of Salem are planning the organization ' of an In liana society in the interest of L'ood- I fellowship, and with that object they; i,.;i i,,,...,, i,,,,nf ,i;,1(. ,i ,,;,.; in jnrjon Square next Sunday. All " lloosic.rs," whether so by birth or, be compelled to increase its rates, ul he promotion adoption, arc invited to attend, and to - 'es'"l' that the rates of the rival bring their wives and children and get HcmiHiiitetl. Alt u-hn nrA int.ir.wt.,,1 should send their names to J. L. Peetz, 247 North Commercial street, or phone Main (iMI, as soon as possible, in order to Help complete tlio arrangement ot the picnic. Today Only HELEN GARDNER in "Pifces of Silver" five massive parts. "UP AND DOWN" a screaming comedy BLIGH Theatre Quality and Quantity Economy Salem Gas Works iTWO ORNAMENT SAME ROOM IN POSTOFFICE Permission ns received this ni, rnii.g bv Postmaster Rutins! Huckesteiu s custodian of the Salem postoftice from i national bnnk examiner a room in tli building, and that is that lie does imt take into the office grain, seeds or vegetables. That ruling is made so (that nothing is in the structure that would have n tendency to draw mice i'() SALK Single-comb White I.rg or vermin, (iovernmeiit buildings cost horn hens; good luyers. J. Wikberg, much money, and the taxpayer hus to Uoute 3, Box !)7. toot the lull, so tne cusL.tiiuus ot the various government properties are re quired to be curer'til not to let any tie structive element such as mice, cock roaches, fleas, etc., too numerous ami m!n"'1'. ,0 "'"' ,0 vt '" ,""l,'r" 1 "VU: .,ho t",,,,,lu,,."n ".W"H- -." "-v .thinking, taxpaying citizen will real- j re, it is thought, that such provision BACK FROM VISIT Tft TUC ITNTVCDCITV IV Illli Ulllltinjlll to1" "11 '"simmous ami in onier to be able to otter the proper advice it was necessary that the superintendents lme first hand knowledge of conditions. The Oregon Agricultuial college and the state normal school at Monmouth have tieen visited by the superintendents and tiie trip to the V. of O. completes the W'AN'TKU Loganberry pickers. Ap round of state educational institutions, j ply inuiu'diuiely n T. A. Livesley & OPPOSITION MAKES IT WANT LOW RATES: The state railroad commission is con fronted by a double action cumniaiut i from the CorvaUis Independent Tele- phone company, which is under the '"ie ownership as the Independent Telephone company of Portland. The onaihs company asks tor uu increase 'of rates and also asks that ih.. I',i,.if,,. Teiephoue company of the same place company are too low. ' III tllrt answer filed bv thu Piii.it1;,. ' i Telephone company it is admitted that11'" SAI-',; AT A BARGAIN 0-room its rates arc too low tor udeouate re ; turns but states that tho company is mailing a state wide investigation ot telephone rates to lonu a basis upon ! whicn to compute rates in all towns! ! of the state. The Pacific Telephone I company asks that it be ul.owed to j maintain its present low rates iu Cor-! vallis pending the investigatoii after which now rates will piobaoiv be made . t ', .... - , iui ii u ill ut I UL lUWUg. 1IC taC Wl l come u before the railroad ,, u siun for a hearing ut Corvullis later in ' tms mouin. 1HREE INITIATIVE PETITIONS FILED Tiiree initiative petitions were filed today at the office of the secretary of stute. The bi aunuul petition to pro - vide for the abolition of the state sen - ate indorsed by the grange ami other state organizations was represented, also one to provide for proportional repre sentation. The third was to provide for an amendment to repeal the law creating me oiuce ot stute engineer and water "IF WORKING IN A HOT KITCHEN WITH THE OLD WOOD STOVE WILL UNDERMINE THE HEALTH OF MY WIFE' SAYS THE BUSINESS MAN, "IT IS WORTH MORE TO ME AND THE HAPPINESS OF MY HOME THAN THE COST OF A GAS RANGE. IT IS CHEAPER TO PREVENT SICKNESS THAN TO CURE, AND FROM EVERY SOURCE I LEARN THAT COOKING WITH GAS IS BEST." NEW TODAY One cent per word each inscr tion. Copy for advertisements un der this beading bbould be Id by 2 p. ni. j f PHONE MAIN 81. CALK WANTKTJ About 00c or two weeks old. l'hoi.e DF5. FOB WALK Young fresh cow, very gentle. 503 North Twentieth. OLD rAl'KKS fci earpets; 10 cent per hundred. Journal office. FOR WALK Single-comb Reds ami Barred Hocks, hens; 2117 Trudo street. .,y jspun of ,' in, r,metml . matched three-. Inquire 311 North WANT A L'TO House und lot trndo for auto. See J. Baunigartner nt Hechtel & Hynon. FOU SALK Five ceres, close in. Price 1S00. S. H. Reeves, care of Perry's Drug Sto' FOK SALK Five-pussenger Ford nuto mobile, i.i fine condition. Call on Z., care Capital Journal. INDIAN MOTOHCYCLK 11113, two speed, twin; completely equipped; bargain. Phone Turner, S27. FOK SALK Modern 7-room bungalow, snap if taken soon. S. It. Kceve, care of Perry's Drug Store. HOKL, lTltNlSHKI), for rent cheap during July and August. Inquire at Lid .-outh Twelfth street. I'nono 2110. IXFOHMATION OF VALUE to those wanting to take up homesteads. In quire of Low & Derrick, 35!) Stute street. W'AN'TF.D Woman to do canvassing for tube extracts, etc. flood money. Yiereek Kxtract & Soap Co., Albany, Oregon. 1'tMl llKNT Seven-room house, good well, partly furnished or without. In quire 221 North Front street. Airs. O. sinper. io. olhces, o I tike Riock Kanch, ' Smith Prairie. FOU SALK Span young draft horses; blucky build; well broke; weigh lib ; warranted right in every way. Walter Jury. Phone .'Ni-F-4. FOll SALK Nice dry, high lot near car lino and school; paved street j east front. Price fr'00 if taken thin week; terms. Inquire owner, 775 North Twenty-first. SM OMMIANI) FCHNITl'RK bought sold nnd exchanged. Highest price paid for second hand goods. See iih before you sell. Wi r sprechen Dctitsch. Peetz Furniture Co., 217 North Conimercinl Phone (LSI. bungalow, city water, young fruit trees, fine garden; terms, small amount cash, "bulatiee .lO per month. Take South Sulem car, get off it. liural avenue, walk four blocks west, sixth house left hand side. Owner. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that School District No. 24 will on the 1st . 1 .. .. . H T..1.. int. : .: 1 1 i - 7 ' u'' -1 "1, ''" u" interest accruing to that date, on all i e -i . t , j.. i ote? of date f July first, 190?K the entire issue of which notes total- : the sum of. Twenty Thousand ($20,000. 00) Dollars. Principal nnd interest payable at tho office of W. H. Burg hardt, jr., Clerk of said district. All persons ure notified that interest on such notes will cease after July first, 1014. . . Attest: 17. O. HOI.T, Chairman. W. H. BKROIIARDT. JR.. Clerk. superintendent and to vest the anth.fr- 1 '' of this department iu the state lanl ' boanl. The case of G. W. Johnson againsi Ferdinand Kurz, et al, was being ar gued this afternoon before Judge Cal loway in department No. 2 of the cir cuit court. The cae is over the vaca tion of an alley in Jones addition f Salem. Phone Main 85 Health 4'