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the daily capital journal, salem. otiegon, Thursdaymarch 15. ion.
SEVEN' Willamette Valley News Aumsville News 1 r . aud the further el $13.60 coats and j buildin. in Salero. Oregon, within six i cota. I have levied upon and 'months from tne oaie 01 me nrv pu- Rock Point News Waconda News Auu1 (Citpilal .I.iu nnl Sj i s-r i.e.; .,t .1. urnnl Special Service.) .i. ii. Mu. 15.. Minn Lena A. f- ' "' , ... .......k.... i.. w . ,. . .7 .. """ " r'U. ' nariotte and Hatch, iu6lm.l lo Salem ' K 1 Ollll. Ore.. lur 11 Tin. !.. SU.;jfltiiIl fin Kilt....!..,- ... mght rn nine,. Whoever missed mr,,, I.,..,?..- ti..... ... i ill sell at public auotion. on Saturday the 17ta dav or Marva, iyi. at n ;e 'clock l. m. at -the eonrt hooe door t in Marion county od atate of Oregon, all the right, title and interest which lb said -Mr. W. A, .Toliuson defendant had on or after ih Slat day of Janu ary, 1H17, in or to the followiu;; describ ed premises, lo-wit:- Commencing t the northeast corner H'fttutitt .Ti.nii.t K......C..1 W..c,.,da. O.e., ilr. 1 J.-Mis Nusom ! of ,Mae vtak.er' dlon,,on 11 claijB, .d Cu,lu,n ,,vaKe s,e, sun.ly .ft-l J '"IIt , ,. Ih.im.. ,, ii.s r. .. . rs- ivnrl .M.II.-r was B week-cml' Saturday .fn-.noon. IV ! AlllTMll. ,, Chime... Sunday llil M1IIMII.-.. Mr. Clark will Ion ve ' visiter wun it lmrent. i.i.n where he will, ton. Supcrvimr- J Silver .Mr. ( arltun Savage visited nt the liome ol -Mr. Hall Saturday evening Willametto Meridian, running theh'f oil til 4 degrees 45 minutes east 18.21 chains to a planted reck in the teuU'r of the county road; thence nort o livatinn of thin notice, towit: March 8. 11U7. tflLBEH V. WOOD. Apr. 5 Executor. Administrator's Notice of Public Sal of Eeai Property Notice Is hereby gtven that in pur suance of and order of sale, made and entered of record by the county court of the atato of Orreon for Marion coun ty, oo. the 21st day of February, 1W17, at 10 o'clock a. m. of aaid lay, in the matter of the eatats of Jlerryman T. Combs, deceased, the undersigned ad ministrator of anid elate. will, on ra detjrecs 54 minutes west 10.00 chains! urdar, the 24th day of March, 191T. at t iiii,. nnrtli 4 .t.ri-M 43 minute wort' 10. o ciock a. m., ai in i I.rllllil I IMllMI mm ."i.s iiiiin Kt,,,H.,n. "Ho . ,'"T", "'- .h- . . i" l the Kusaell home. wl in SiiIimh. iK.nt .-miimhj in me w.j .m,s ,v,.,.K1l, of th,. (). A. i to 1 Hazel.- Clinilt.tte and Ward Hn-sell . j..i.m.I Ufiiif. i!etni.imtrnte .anniny t our nchool Mon i motored to Fairfield Suudav with Char- ' ff.lev rheffiiiKK h'" fur-lmed the day. , Ut0 ruou1tVur M,P , .l,.hh SH k in tin fily. Mr Alvu, Btirns. !,., l, W i11(VinK! Mr. SavoeV folk entertained Mr. ..-k v.. Ins fnirnly to .Missouri a snre throat, is better. jlfusaeirg folkn with 'OOO" and music als-re lly " tli''r future: Mrs. M. K. Davis, of Ahiihn ille, and Fi iday evening. 1iii-. c., . , ' ,rs- A- IVUer. of Doiml,l. the motli-i Don't forget that we- will have a U,. K. HiiflV. of Silverton. vim led , or ami si-ter of Mrs. 1'. J. J)lu.,y, as' (food debate and a cpo.l, St. Patrick's t- week-end vntli her dniinliter. Mm. I with her part of the neck oniii) to the l'i"Kfaiu at our next l.iterurv, March . I.. Smith :i a' Hen trice Thurtuaii, Carlton Savaiieli iL'hlM.rh I l.....a.l vv.,u... v... .. ...... . '1 chains to the north line of said saac Baker's donation land claim; iss JuaiiitH visitor in our neielil,...-!, i i.. . ... i v-..i. .. v- lire nllemtiiiK n'Wn week. ; ,,-!,, , - unn iiotiii wutsiran-airamwi A. T. .s'cr. illness of little William, who alter n'17- ' , I Mrs. Olio K n tin, f Sein, are . severe illness is slouly nvoveriiiK. j i-itiii 'friends and relatives in Ihisl The farmers are reiurtiii the loss: (Ins "i-i'l-. f or "m"y 'ami's onniK to the uinteiy Apples Mil' IHII'IIS OI IMe i;imuii mu ni in,.). ( iviiiui-j . ' . . m .... .'. .1... i-..l. j:ii'e a 'la , .'irs- n i;'.j;s m me uu- j i' I',!,li." on Tuesdnv 'liiuht. The Fruits 50c (liti iilnv ;'s ,u'il loimereil, severni inspiav jns;' unusual latent, while alt showed , refill ti-ninil.i;. Tie- :mi:;ci s will oive n St. l'atriek 's niirtv :il l he I. F. hull on Tlmrs- jiiv'iiii'ln- literary pnioruiu, games mil liiiuli w Jl lie Hie diversion of the evening. It 1V'" '"' " "P0" li'iuse" am) a iiHiiiinnl fee of 10 cents will be rl'iu-jreil Ml till' door. Wesley CheffuiuM enf ertiijneil niili a il inner on Siiinluy in honor ol liiu- husband V birthday.- The invited ..oftts wi re .roliii Kast burn. Ifurnli'i lt:::4e'in. I.iiiirn I'ouml and .lauuita Kob-'msiiii. Jefferson Way Notes l.'tter inutored to Sn- Mr. and Mr loin ."sat unlay. A. T. Wain is haviui some carpenter work done lately. lone llawley lias been busy plowiui; the last week. Herbert Smith was in Salem on busi ness Saturday. A good prom-am was rendered at til" literary society Friday niijit. Quite a few from tins neighborhood visited the Sunday school convention Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Uuy Chandler made c. trip to S.ileiu Tuesday. Tltf? orcliard men in this section will start sjiriryiiiti soon. RUBBTR HEELS HALF PRICE i'riday is a day to be marked on your calendar for that is the day to make money, when yuii can buy an article for one-hnU' of its known value it is worth takino ndvantane of. Next Friday you can have a pair of the best rubber heels put on your shoes at one halt regular price, -". At the Price Shoe Co. Uranycs, navels , Lemons, per box $.'!.75(d 4.00 Bananas, pound i l-2(u,r)C i.aniornia grape fruit $3.50 Florida erape fruit $..50j,C.r0 Pineapple 8c tionev 3.'J. Cranberries Coeoanuts : $1.15 lti.iitt chaiua to the place of bcKinniiiK containin); 'M acre of land in Marion county, Oregon. Terms of sale cash, unless bid in by plaintiff. Dated at Saleui, Oregon this 12th day of Februarv, 1H17. W. I. XEEDHAM. Sheriff of Marion county, Oregon. Feb. 13 to Mar,. 15. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of the State of Oregon for Marion County, Department No. 2 Minnie Juues, plaintiff, vs. Harry Jones, tiefeudant, Summons: To Harry Jones, the above named de- I fenduut: In the name of tne siaie or uregon you arc hereby reunited to appear nud answer the complaint filed against you th court house in Salem. Oregon, sell at pnilic auction, for cash, the follow-j ing desenbeil real property ucmngnii ta said estate, towit: ljtt ona and two in block ten of j River View Park addition to the city of Salem, as shown by the recorded plat thereof on file and of record is the ofiee of the recorder of convey ances for Marion county, Oregon, Said sale will, be made subject to confirmation by tbe county court of Marion county, Oregon. Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 21st day of February, A. 1). Jl17. J. L. COMBS, Administrator. March 22. lin the above entitled suit ou or before 'rl.. .... , -. - -i.l. miT 1 if Retail Prices Crertmerv butter Country butter Kggs.. dozen Suynr, cane S"4jar, beet Flour, hard wheat . Flour, valley 4"c ', 40c 25c .. : $s.45 $8.25 $2.10(T$2.40 $1.U(ii;2.05 Strike Situation Had No Effect On Market! Cliicaijo. Mm. 15- The strike situa tion failed to bear grains on the local market today, wheat ami oats opening Mill CJtyNotes i(';iiital Juiiriial Special Service. Mill City, Ore.. Mar. !,". Mis. Kitty Snilli went to Albany Saturday to see !iit mother, ret iirniii); Monday. Mr. and Mrs. .Toe Turniilire Sicnt the neck -end in Melianm visiting Mr. and bs. I.i'is Stout. Mrs. Tiiriiidge is a sister of l rs. Stout.. . Mrs. ('has. (ieutrv and little dniiuliler (i Ha. went to . Alba ny Friduv. They will also visit in Mariiiil titld l'urllnuil ticforc reiiirniiiif home. Mi's. W. V. Allen -spent several days in i 'i 1 1 1:i in I last week. Dr. Allen went to I'lirtlaiul Sunday uiorning. returning v.irli his wife in the evening. Mrs. I'. I. Olin anil Mrs. J. F. Potter went to Tangent Fridav to attend the institution of n new Rebekah lodge there and report a splendid ti-me and n;steady and 'all grains and provisions registering good gams. The lirmness shown in stocks and cotton led the mar ket to believe the impending strike was not as serious ns it might appear to be. Actual shortage of wheat also served to keep ftro- market strong. May wheat oponoiUip half cent, later gaining 1 :i-X to 1.7 S 1-S; July opened up 1;S and later gained 2 to' irl.04 5-; September opened up unchanged, subsequently gaining 1 lt d to 'i-i- Corn opened with slight losses, but regained strength, rts the hog .market rose. .May opened down 1-S, later gain ing 7-H to if 1.07 ,'!-4; July opened down 3-S, later gaining 1 1-N to $1.0u' :l-4; September opened down 1-4, subse quently rising 1 1-K to $1.05 3-4. Oats" opened firm, both May and July being unchanged- ' Later May gained 3-4 to 57 ,"1-8, while July gained 5-N to 55 3-4. Provisions registered sharp gains fol lowing an advance in hogs. PORTLAND MARKET Portland, Or.. March 15. Wheat: Club $1.5!) lied liussian $1.55 lihiesteni $1.05 Fortyfold $1,110 '! Oats, No. 1 white feed $37 . liarlcv, feed $38.50 Hogs,' best live $14.HVM4..".5. . Prime steers $lJ.50((i 11.73. Fancy cows $sfi S.50 Calves $10 Spring lambs $FI.25 P.'itter, city creamery 3Sfn :l!le Kggs, selected local ex. 2i(fi-27e liens l!tr20c liroilers 31 le (leese 12'13e the 22nd day of March, 1917, and if vou fail so to appear and answer said complaint, for want thereof the plain tiff will apply to the court for the re lief nrnved lor in her complaint, a suciuct statement of which is as fol lows: A decree dissolving the marriage con tract heretofore existing between plain tiff and defendant and restoring to tbe plaintiff her maiden name of Minnie 1'otwin, and for slich other ami further relief as to the court may seem equit able. - Yon are further notified that this summons is served upon you by publica tion thereof in the Capital Journal, a dailv newspaper printed and published in the city of Salem, .uarion county. Oregon, and that the date of the first publication thereof is the 8th day of February. 1917. and the last publication thereof "will be made on the 22nd day of March, I'll 7. This summons is-so published and served upon you pur suant to tbe order of the Hon. Oporge IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of the State of Oregon for Marion County William llrnndes, plaintiff, vs. M M. Kiel and W. L. Diel, defendants Notice of Sheriff's Sale. llv virtue of an execution issued out of the above entitled court in the above entitled cause to mc' directed and dated the .trd day or aiarcn, iim, upon a judgment entered in said eourt on tbe 22nd day of December, jsm The Daily Capital Journal' Classified Telephone and Business - t s Directory A Quick, Handy Reference for Busy People B 1 r "M Telepkon EVEBYTHTNQ EXCECTRICAX. Salem Electric Co., Masonic Tcmp'o; 127 North. High Main 1209 PLUMBING, STEAM FrTTTNa AND TINNING T M Burr, 164 South Commercial atreet Main 191 TRANSFER AND DRAYAOE Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front atrects - Main 7 FOR EXCHANGE strong voung lodge. Mr. and Mrs. (). L. Holt were Port land visitors over Sunday. Mrs. I hi ii i nn is on the sick list. Mr. W. II. Holt returned from A1-h.-irty. Monday where he bus been serv ing: mi 1 he jury. I.nl'e Puller has appendicitis but Dr. Allen thinks he can bring- him through without an operal ion." tioidon lligdon anil I.loyd Wood left for Alaska with the Ager Bros, last week. ' Frank Taylor returned Saturday from California where he has been working tin' last few months. H. A. Case made a business trip to i'ortland the lust of the week. John Swift "and family left for their Inline in Canada .Monday. Mr. Fred Smith went to Albany on business Tuesday. Mis. ('has. Allen is reported sick. Mrs. II. A. .Miller was sick the first of the week. I'he Ladies' Missionary Aid society held their regular election last week. Officers elected were Mrs. Koso Price, president; Airs. Stanley,, vice-president; Mis. Flsie Putter, secretary, and Mrs. erlriide Mason, treasurer. The invitation dance given by Mr. Burckroff last Saturday night was well attended and enjoyed by all. The music rn.l lunch were fine. hides. Hens for the next '3 days 17c T .Phone 10 Ail AAAAA tilAiiiAliAtAAi A A A T TTTTTttfT ?TT Tttt hides 17c to 20e. 160 S. HlgU FOR EXCHANGE 12 room house in three apartments and basement. Well located on nice corner, with paved streets, cn car line, 4 blocks from ftn hnmie orniinds. now bringing in favor of-William Bandes, plaintiff., d income. Will consider exchange 1 -! t II1..1 o,..l W I. Iliel r 2 i - T.. 1 Int and against. M. M. Diel and Y. L. Diel, defendants, for the sum of iffj.wi, witb interest thereon at the rate of sev en per cent per aniinin from the 2nd dnv of March. 1015, and for the furth er 'sum of $110.00, with interest thereon nt the rate Of si per cent per annum from the 22nd day of December, 1015, and the further sum of $20.00 costs and disbursements and the costs of am! upon this writ, 1 did on the. 7th day of March, 1917, levy upon all the right, title-and interest which the within nam ed defendants, or either of them, had on the said 22nd day of December, 1015; in and to the following described real property, towit: All of the south half ( Vi) "f lte southeast quarter (S. 10. ,) of section three (.i), in township nine OO south order was made and entered ot record in said cause on the 20th day of Janu ary, 1017. SMITH & SHIELDS, Mar 22 Attorneys for plaintiff, FARMERS PRODUCE CO. J Successors to Mickenhaiu & Co. -j The hiihesr. cash urice. uniil for T eggs, poultry, veal, liogs and 1 C. Ritchie, Dorothy- May liitchie, Har- - SUMMONS la the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Marion Cottnty DeLile Greene, plaintiff, vs. George ASHLAND TO MAKE UNITED EFFORT FOR NW STATION Ashland, Or., March 15. An invi tation will l,e. extended by the city 'omicil of Ashland,- the Civic club and the Coniinercinl club to high Southern Pacific officials to attend a luncheon lure at some date in the near future when Ashland's appeal for a new pas singer station will be made. The organizations- of the city having the civic welfare as their n'un have joined in a campaign for a new station which will be pushed steadily. I Quick Way t to End Coughs, Colds t and Croup THE MARKETS j? S The following prices for fruits and vegetables arB those asked by the wholesaler of the retailor, and not what is paid to the producer. All other prices ore those paid the piodueer. Corrections are made daily. LEGAL NOTICES for smaller house with barn, or lot lo- inniuli for barn, close in. Sm.aro Deal Realty Co-, 02 U. S. i Bank Mils, MISCELLANEOUS tf UNITED ABTISA.SS Capital Aaacmblr, No. 84, meeta every Thursday at 8 p. m. in 1. O. O. F. hall. A. A. Ouell'rojr M. A. C. A Viboert secretary, Crown Drug atore, 338 State atreet. ' O. TJ. W. Protection T.ofl(t Na. , Mcta eyery Monday evening at 8 ta the McCornack ball corner Conrt ana.Mbertf streets, li. I. Mason, M. W., S. A. McFadden. recorder; A. U Browa, Cuancier; R. B. Duncan, treaaurer. FLORA A. BREWSTER, M. D. Neu rologist, nerous and chronic diseas es a specialty. 33 vrs. experience with drugs, surgery and druglcss methods. Examination free. 712 State St. Phone 1350. The live stock market continues strong with an advance quotation on pork on foot. Kggs are holding nt the 21 cash as the stocks in Portland and Seattle are being absorbed by the storage interests. Grains Wheat Oats, new Barley, ton Bran Shorts, per ton Ha.f, cheat Hay, vetch Hay, clover $1.25(S1.30 45ffi30c .... $34('35 $28.50 $32 $8ovJ 10 $10(&H $1D(ujU Butter 39c 40 30(i'32c ... -'lie ... 21c 1517c 9c An Excellent, Inexpensive Home- Mmle Itemed y thut l 4- Prompt nna Sure. 4 . If you have a scTere cough or chest fold accompanied with soreness, throat ncKic, Hoarseness, or uimcuit ureaiui"K, or if your child wakes up during the mjlit with croup and vou want quicK "dp, .just try this pleasant tasting home-niade cough remedy. Any drug gut can supply vou witli 2Vi ounces ot i'inex (50 cents worth). Pour this into a pint bottle and fill the bottle with plain granulated, sugar syrup. 1'1US prepared, vou have a pint of really re markable cough remedy one that can be depended upon to giv "a""' "aiiu last ins relief at all Vasss. , , . You can J.-el this' take hold of .-'eotlgli in a Vav that means business, At looses and raises the phlegm, stops '".'oat tickle and soothes and heals the irritated membranes that line the Siroat and bronchial tubes with such promptness, ease and certainty that it is really astonishing. I'inex is a special and highly concen trated compound of genuine Norway Pine extract, combined with guaiacol ami is noted for its speed in overcoming severe coughs, throat and chest cohls. Its millions of enthusiastic users have iMc it famous the world over. ,"'"; :,,: ni itn 2.30(5t3.50 WUrUUcM) iiiiuoiiv..- t Butterfat - Creamery huttor, per pound ... Country butter Eggs and Poultry Eggs, trade Eggs, cash Hons, pound D.,ir. niit. ner nouna - Pork, Veal and Mutton ,. .... ......I 12.50fu12. rorii, on i,ii n,101,.e V.,.,1 neeordillC to quality.... llfel-C Steers Cows Bulls v Ewes Lambs Wethers '; '':V1' Figs and Dates SHERIFF'S SALE Of Real Property on Foreclosure Notice is hereby given, thut by vir tue of an execution duly issued out of the 'circuit -court of the state of Ore gon, for the county of Marion mid to me directed on the 23rd day of Febru ary, 1917, upon a judgment and decree duly rendered, entered of record and Jocketed in and by said court on the 10th day of February, 1917, in a cer tain ait then in said eourt pending, wherein A. L Larson was plaintiff and Eugene liogert and Clara Bogert, bin wife, and Northwestern. Trust Com pany, a corporation, were defendants in favor of plaintiff and against said defendants by which execution I am commanded to sell the property in said execution and hereinafter described to pay the sum due the plaintiff of $1, 500.00 with interest thereon at the rate of 7 per cent per annum from the 15th day of May, 1916, until paid; and for the' further sum of $40.15 with in terest thereon at the rate of C per cent uer annum from the 15th day of May, 191G, until paid; and for the further sum of $127.51 with interest thereon at the rate of fi per cent per annum from the 15th day of January, 1917, until paid: and for the further sum of $34.43 with interest thereon at the rate of (i per cent per annum from the 15th day of January, 1917, until paid; and for the further sum of $7.30 with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 13th day of January, 1917, until paid and for the further sum of $io.ou attorneys fees, and for costs and disbursements of this suit taxed and allowed at $20.25 aud costs and expenses of said execution. I will on Saturday the 31st dav of March, 1917, at the hour of 11 u 'clock a. m. of said day at the west door of the county court house iu Mar ion county, Oregon, sell at public auc tion to the highest bidder for cash in hand on the day of sale, all the right. title, interest nud estute w&ien snid defendants mid all persons claiming nniler them subsequent to the date of the mortgage, May 15lh, 1912, in, of and to said premises hereinbefore men tioned nnu uescriueu m saiu mhuuuu (1. Binrhnm. iiulire of said court, which I ,.f raiiL'e one (1). west of the Wlllaiu . ' -i. '.. i i rtu ...-.i .. . ii e -r....; ette niei tmaii, in um euoiuj ol -.miin, state of Oregon. .Now therefore, by virtue of said judgment and execution, mid- in. com pliance with the command ot pain writ. I will, on Saturday the 14th. day of Auril. 1917. at 11 o'clock a. m-, at the west door of tne county conn house, in Salem, Marion county, Ore gon, sell, at public, auction, -isunject to redemption) to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest which the within named de fendants, or either of them, had on the 2nd day of December, J915, the date of the entering of the judgment herein, or since that date had in aud to the above described-real , property or any part thereof, to satisfy .said ex ecution, judgment, interest, costs, and a-ruing costs. YV. I. iNKKDJl AM, Sheriff of Marion county, Oregon. Dated March 8, .1917. First publication March 15, 1917. Last publication April' 12, 1917. H. STElXBOf'K .UNK CO Wo ray (i5c per 100 lbs. news paper and mag azines. Highest prices for hides and pelts. A .large stock of logan berry and fence wire for less than half price. Phone b08, 302 N. Commer cial. 45 FRUITL-AND NUliSEKY High and Ferry Sts. Full Hue nursery stock. Italian prune a specialty. Nursery lo cated one mile east of penitentiary. Address R. 0, Salem, Ore. Phone 100 F21. ' . SALEM HUMANE 80CIHTT D. D. KMlar, president; Mrs. Lou Tlllaon, aecretarar. All cases at cruelty or neglect of duta anlmala should be reported ta tk secretary for InTestlgatlon. DB MOf.AT COMMANDER!, No. 8, K. Regular conclave fourtn Friday In Meal month at 8 o'clock p. m.. In MaaooU Temple. Snjeurnlng Sir Knlgbtt ar rom-teonslT tnvltcd to meet with u. Clen C. Niles, E. C.J H. B. Thielsen, recorder. CHIROPRACTIC SPINOLOOIST ... eta s 45e .. 4&5c .... 5e 11c ..,79c Figs, 3(i 12-oz - Black figs White figs ' Oolden dates Dromedary dates . Vegetables Cabbage String garlic - - Potatoes, per 100 pounds .... Parsnips, carrots and beets Green onions i Artichokes $2.G0 lOe He .. 15e $3.75 4'ic .. 7eavl0c 22 1 4c $1.25 40 $1.10 riett Jane Ritchie. Gladys Irene Ritchie, and Clarenee Edgar Ritchie, heirs at law of Henrietta A. Ritchie, deceased, defendants To George C. Ritchie, Dorothy May Ritchie. Harriett Jane Ritchie, Gladys Irene Ritchie and Clarence Edgar Ritchie heirs at law of Henrietta A. Ritchie, deceased, the above named de fendants, aud to George C. Ritchie, guardian of the said , Dorothy May Ritchie, Harriett Jane Ritchie, Gladys Irene Ritchie and Clarence Edgar Ritchie, minor defendants. In the name of the state of Oregon, you and each of you are hereby re quired to appear aud auswer the com plaint filed against toil" in the above entitled court and cause, on or before six full weeks, trom the date or tne first publication of this summons a- gainst you, as nereinaiiur buoyvh ami dated. And if vou fail so to answer or ap pear, for want thereof, the plaintiff will pray the court, for judgment and decreets in his complaint set fo;h;and that you and eaen or you, nave no xr tie, right or interest, in or to the fol lowing described property, towit: Situated in block 48 University ad dition to Salem, Marion county, and state of Oregon, described as follows: A strip of land ten (10) feet wide off the east side of lot Xo. three (3) full length of said lot, and all of lot No. two- (2). save and except forty by one hundred feet, in the northeast corner thereof, and described as follows: .be ginning at the northeast corner of said lot 2. runninn thence southerly along east line of said lot, one hundred feet, thence westerly and parallel' with the south line of said lot, forty feet thence northerly, and parallel with the: west Uno of said lot, one hundred feet, to the north line of said lot two; (2), thence easterly along the north line of said lot two. to the place of beginning. And that plaintiffs' title: thereto, be quieted against you, and. each of you, and all persons claiming ' under or through you. That you, and each of you be forever barred, from asserting any claim or ti tle to said premises, or any part thero of, and for such other and further re lief, as the court may deem meet and ennitable. Tliis , summons, is published against you, by virtue of an order made and entered by Hon. Geo. G. Bingham, judge of the above entitled court, in the city j, r, l II !- . r. . , w . I l.annp nn or Eiaiein, .yiuriou i-unni "icfii v" the 3rd day of February,. 1917, which order directed the service of this sum mons upon you, by publication thereof, in the Capital Journni, a uauy new DR O. Ii. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro nVonfip'ii Fountain Head. Davenport, Iowa. If you have tried everything and got no rolief, try Chiropractic spinal adjustments and get well. Of fice 408-7-8 U. S National Bank building. Phone Main 87. Residence, Main 828-B. . HOfiaON COUNCIL, Na. 1, R. 8. II. Stated assembly first Monday In eaeat i month, Masonic Temple. F. A. Marcua Thrice Illustrious Master; Glen C Nllea, recerOer, BAI-EM COUNCIL NO. S22 Krilghta and Lmllei of 8ecurlty Meeta every 2nd and 4 1 it Woctnesdny tack month at Hnret Hall. Visiting members are Invited ta attend. K. V. Waltan, financier, 480 M. 14th Street PACIFIC T.ODCIE No. HO, A. F. A. Ii. mated communications third Friday In each month at 7:30 p. to. In ta Masonic Temple. W. H. Duncy, W. M, Urueat U. Choat. secretary. UNDERTAKERS WEBB & CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb, A. M. Clough morticians and funeral directors. Latest modern methods known to the profession employed. 499 Court St. Main 120, Mam 9888. NOTICE OF IMPROVEMENT Of the Alley in Block ,47, . City of Salem Notice is hereby given that the com mon eouncil deems it expedieat so to do, and hereby declares its purpose and intention to improve the alloy in block 47 of the city of Salem between the north line of Ferry street ano , tc south line of State street at the ex- nenso of the abutting and adjacent property by bringing said portion of said alley to the established grade and paving tii same with a roruana ce ment crushed' rock concrete pavement six inches in thickness, in accordance with tha plans, specifications and esti mate for the improvement: or nam portion, of said alley adopted by the common council May 15, 1916, which are now on file iu the offico of the eity recorder, and which, for greater certainty and a more detailed descrip tion thereof are hereby referred to and ran do a part hereof. Tn common council hereby declares its purpose and intention to make the proposed improvement above describ ed by and through the street im provement department of the city 'of Salem. By order of the common council. EARL RACE. City Recorder. Date of first publication of this no tice, March 6, 1917. 3-18 RIGDON-RICHARDSON CO. Funeral directors and undertakers, 252 North High street. : Day and night phone 183. " " ' ' ' ' " ' SCAVANOEB SALEM HCAVHiJNurin vnarica w alnr f!nrhn(T Hid. T6IUBO Ol u Kinds removed on monthly contracti at. reasonable rates, xara ana eea pools cleaned. Office phone 2247. Residence. Main 2272. Main WOODMEN OF TFIB WORIJ-Meet everf Friday night ut 8 o'clock in Derby bldg., Court and High'Sts. A. J. " Sweinink, C. C; L. S. Seer, clerk. 507 Court street Phone 1593. B. N, A. "Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360, meet every Thursday evening in Derby and Lafky bnilding. Court and High streets; Mrs. Sylvia , Schaupp 1971 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recorder, 1298 NortSv Commercal. Phone 1430M. 3 TRAVELERS' GUIDE t MONEY TO LOAN ON Good Real Estate Security THOS. K. FO&D Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon MONEY TO LOAN Eastern Money at Lowest Rates, on approved Security. Bomer H. Smith, Room 5, McCornack Bldg., Salem, Or. OREGON ELECTRIC BAILWAI CO. NORTH BOUND Lv. Salem Train No. Ar. Portia- 4 :S5 a. m. 3 Owl 6 :85 a. aa. 7:15 a. m 6 0 :2o.,. 0:4a.m 10 Limited. .. .11 :85 a. av 11:20 a. m 12 . 1:35 p.m. 1:110 p. m 14' L 4:00 p. aa. 4:00p.m. .... 16 Limited ... BtoOp. aa. 6:30 p. m u i p. 7:55 p. m 22 10:00 p. aa.. SOUTH BODSD POITUND TO 81UV Lv. Portland .... 6 .30 a. m. Batem 8 :8S Bugena iu :on a. aa 8:30a.m. ... 0 Llmltad ..... 10:11a. aa. 10:45a. m 7 ....... .12 tfS p. am. 2:(IBp. m :iapaa, 4:40p.m. ... 13 Limited .... 8:40 p. av fl -or, n m 17 Local .... 8:10D.aa. 0:20 p. m 19 11:20 p. aaw 9 follows, towit: Lot eight (8) blocR tkreo ().,n paper published in and of general cirr Walnut Grovo addition to Salem, Mar- culati0Il throughout Marion county, ion county, Oregon, as tae same ap pears of "record, on the recorded plat now on file at the office uf the county recorder for Marion county, Oregon. J Oregon, such publication to be made for six consecutive weens, auu ior sev en publications thereof. First publication, unursuay, ceoiw Snid sale.beinit made subject to re-i. ,-.. iqi? ilemjitiou in the niauner provided' by I ast publication, Thursday, Marsh 29th, 1917. " H. E. DIXOX, Attorney for plaintiff. Residing at La Grande, Union county, Oregon. law. Dated this 20th day of February, 1117. W. I. XEEDHAM, Sheriff of Marion county, Oregon. March 29. - There are many W.this noted mixture. P'.'intment, ask for n To avoid disap- "Oi'. nnnees Ol 'hilt ' ,-ui. f..n jinui i.na anil non I iiiii u ii.xiiui,a tl ccept anything else. A guarantee f ""solute satistaction or monev prompiiv rifumled, goes with this preparation, 'ie Piuex Co., Ft Wayne, Ind. Onions Celery ----- Tamale husks, Id. Cauliflower . . Brussels sprouts .. Turnips i.c .. $1.101.25 10c '"" .... 2.50 12C SHEEIFF'S NOTICE Sale of Real Property on Execution By virtue of an execution issued out of the honorable circuit court of the state of Oregon, for the county of Multnomah on the 10th day of Febru ary, 1917, in favor of the Armstrong Turner Millinerv C. a corporation, plaintiff and against Mrs. W. A. John son, defendant, for the sum of $295.75 in 1! a. fold coin, now due on said judg ment with interest thereon at the ia"te of 6 per cent per annum iu like coin j INSURANCE AUO REAI ESTATB hit ah n TTODGKIN General Insur- anno' fliiTotv Bonds, real estate and rentals. Hubbard bldg. Paene, BfiB. tf 11:43 p. m 21 Owl ... NOITH BODNP Lv. Cortallls 4 :10 p. m zo Lv. Klugene. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT of Executor Xotice is hereby given that on the 2Sth day of February, 1917, the county court of Marlon county, Oregon, duly appointed Wilber W. Wood, executor of the last will and testament and es tate of Willard H. Wood, deceased, and having qualified as required by law all persons having claims against said hereby notified to present them, with proper vouchers attached, at the law officr of Frank A.' Turner, NOTICE OF IMPROVEMENT of the Portland Road Notice is hereby given that the com mon council deem it expedient so to do, and hereby declares its purpose and intontion to improve that portion ef the Portland road between the north end of the pavement on the Portland Toad and the west line of the Oregon Is California Railway company's right of way at the expenso of the abutting and adjacent property oy urmgiug said portion of the Portland Toad to the established grade and paving snid portion of the Portland roau wita a two inch bituminous concrete wearing1 surface eighteen (18) feet in width laid on a redress of the present macad am . foundation, in accordance with tbo plans, specifications and estimates for the improvement' of said portion of said street, adopted by tho common council on Tebruary 19, 1917, now on file In the office of the city recorder,, which for greater certainty and a more detailed description thereof are hereby Wnrreil ta and made a part hereof. ThA common council hereby declares its purpose and intention to make tha above deseriDert improvement vy " through the street improvement ae partment of the eity of Salem. By order of the common council. EARL RACE, City Recorder. Date of first publication of this no tice, March 9. 19' 7. 8-16 STOVE BCTATBIHQ STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED 50 years experience. Dupot National and American fanes Bizes SJO to oo in. mau. Paints, oil and varnish, etc T.nminrtnrrv AnA hol BOOllS. SWorn Fence and Stov Works, 258 Court street. Phone OSTEOPATH tit? ci v w W1ITTR and R. W. WAL TON Osteopathic pnyilciant aaj nejvB specialism, uihuuuto v Un .ehnnl of Ontcooathv. Kitksville, . ' . , . , Mo. Post graduate ana speeiauzwa m nerve diseases at los Angeies eoug Treat acute and chrome diseased nint,Hiirinn free. Lady attendant rta- Rns-non II S. National Bank building. Phone 859. Residsnee, 840 North Capital street, men - WATER COMPANY SALEM WATER COMP ANT Office corner Commercial ana 'J'raae srreeia Bills payable monthly In advance. LODGE DIRECTORY $2 'from the 22nd day of February, 1910,' suite 303, Salem Bank of Commerce Dank bldg FOB RENT FOR RENT 2Vi acres, comfortable house, good barn, chicken pens, good soil. On good road, near Salem. Square Deal Realty Co., 202 V. S. unnanN WOflDMBN OF AMBBICA Ore ion Cedar Cnmp. No. B248, meets even &-... .i.. mt a n'clock la ale Dcrby-Laiky bldg., corner Court , nd High streets. J. F. Day, V. C, J. A. Wright, CterK. miru iinnpi N m. A. V. k A. H. Stated camroanleattons Orat Friday It each month at 7 :BO p. m. In tbe Maaool Temple. Fred A. Mclntire, W.M.;S. Buiver, secretary. CENTRAL LODGE, No. 18, K. of P. Derby building, every Tnesday evAnincr of each week at 7:30. IJiyd T. Higdon, C. C; W. B. GHson, ina g,,,,,, tt e M each mornln. ei H. and S. 7 :35 a. m. 1 :C5 p. m. 6 :25 p. m. 12 :0S p. m. Lv. Salem. 1 -.55 a. m. 10:10 a. m. Lv. Halem 12 :5S p. m, Lv. Balem. 4 :1S p. m. 1t. Palem. 6 :49 p. m. 1 M p. aa.. Ar. Balaaa , 5:10 p. aa. Ar. BaJeaa , B :4 a. aa. 4:00 p. aa. 7 :BS p. aa. i 4 :S5 a. aa. Lv.- COrvallls. 8:25 a.m. .. 12:12 p.m. .. 2:41 p.m. i. 4:10 p.m. .. 6:18 p.m. .. Lv. Balem. 10:15 a. m. ., 4 :1fl p. m. . . 12:55 p.m. .. S -.40 P- m. . 10 Limited . lfl Limited .... 22 .... .. 2 Owl .. SOUTH BOUND Ar. Shineant ... 21 Owl ..... :B0a.aa. ,. 6 LlnlUd ....12:25paa. Ar. Albaae- T iB0 !f Btops a Corratlls Ar, Albf 5:10 p. aa. Ar. Albany .. 7 :36 a. an. Ar. RuaeM II ... 8:5UD-aa. COBVALLI8 CONNECTION HOBTH BOUND 10 .... 14 .... 18 .... 20 .... 22 SOUTH BOUND ...... 5 0 ..... ...... 7 It .... Ar. Baleen .. 8:45 a. an. .. 1:40 p. aa. . . 4 :00 p. aa. . . B :80 p. aa. .. 7:65 p. aa. Ar. Caryallle ...11 :8Sa.aa. ... B:Hp.aa ... 2:20 p. aa. .. COOfwan. Ho. 78 Arrlvea at Salem B:lBa.m. No, 7 Leavea uaicnv; S'XX "-- Na 70 Ar. Salem (mixed) :!!2p'm' N0. 74 Leave Salem :00 p. aa. No connectlea south of Oeor. BII.IU, PALM ClTI km yriSTTBS No. 101 Lt. Balem, motor) .. . .7 :00 a. aa. No. 108 Lv. Balem, motor 0:45 a. aa. No. 100 Lv. Balem for Monmouth and Alrlle i....t:40p n- No, 107 Lv. Halem, motor 4 ;00p.m. Na 19 Lv. Balem, moter . . . . .6 :1B p. aa. No. 230 Way Fr't lv. Balem.. . .5 :0. aa. No. 162 Ar. Balem f ;?S5' ! No. 164 Ar. Salem 11:J2'?" No.lH Ar. Balem ?:?SP" No. 1 Ar. Bnlem JP : P- - No. 170 Ar. Balem . . . . . . . . . . -I j "' No. 240 Way Ve t ar Balm.... 2:30 p. an. WILLAMETTE E1VKR KOTJTB Oreqnn City' TrantnprtaUo Compan u.t. Ralem fol I'ortland Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 11 a. m. , n3 Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday mornl a. m. ForCorvallla the boaW leave Salem Toeaday, Thursday and Satni-daf evenings at 8 o'clock. Boats leave Port-