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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. Onvr.n TUESDAY. MARCH 21, 1916.
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r Take the trail of any real wise smoker with a pipe between his
teeth and snatch a mellow whiff of fragrant "Tux.','
Then you'll right away hunt up the nearest tobacco shop and gladly
intern a dime in exchange Jor a green tin of pure smoke-delight.
"Tux" is going ahead of them all with a speed that makes it look
like a race between a 60-horse-power motor-car and a steam roller.
It's the fastest-growing brandof smoking tobacco in the world.
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DAVID J. PALMER
CiranJ Army o( the Kepublla
"Under tin gentle, cheerful
Influence of a mil J, plcaiant
lohacco like Tuxedo, a man can
work btUtr and tetl belter. I
lik Tuxedo very much. "
Pershing Close On Villa's
Heels Is Official Idea
(CoPtinueil from rage One.)
north, lis indicated, it seems thnt he
must lie hard pressed, army men be
lieve. His original piuu whs apparent
ly a lligh struigot south.
Carrnnza Wants to Know.
'A'lisliiugloti, Mar. 21. General Yea
ustiano t'iii Tii'i.ii luis asked how ninny
soldiers mi' in the American expedi
tion hunting Fium-iscu Villa, it w is nil
I 'arriiiia 's question was in connection
with the proposed protocol miller wliieh
tin' great in a n limit will probably pro
ceed. The A inn ii an consul at ljuere
tarn to ulioni llie ieiUe,t for iiil'ormn
tiuii was iliie.tlv mole il'hl not cxphiin
tlie question in his inessnoe to tiie
.stale ilepai l nient.
The reply is experted to lie that the
Amerirnu expedition jji only laroe
fiumuli to nreoinplisli its mission of
l at. liinj; " i 1 lit, and that it does not in
ti'iid to puisne iu operations further af
ter the l.nudit i hief is elimin i!ed.
Your Eaotem Trip
Sliould bo arranged via California so
that you can stop over at San Fran
cisco. Liberal stopovers allowed. The
cost is no more for this privilege on
cither first or second class tickets.
Train service is excellent. Three daily
transcontinental limited trains to Chi
cago and the East. Latest equipment.
All steel observation library cars,
through sleeping cars, dining car serv
ice unexcelled. Protected by electric
automatic block signals.
Overland Limited-Pacific Limited
San Francisco Limited Atlantic Express
Ask your local aent or write 1
Jehu M. Seo'.t, General ras'scuger Agent, Portland, Oregon
m m m
isn't lhat lovely!!
I 7 Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
Tuxedo !s the original Burley smoking tobacco, that made pipef
smoking possible to many men, and
the original "Tuxedo Process" ha3
never been duplicated. It stands to
day as the most effective treatment
for making the natural leaf deliciously
mild and delightfully fragrant and
for removing every trace of " bite.''
Spend s week with Tuxedo. Then
it will be just one week after another.
TOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient, glassine wrapped,
moisture-proof pouch . . , DC
Famous green tin with gold
lettering, curved to fit pocket
In Tin Humidors, 40c and SOc
' In Clan Humidor, SOc and 90c
TUB AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ii i ilHlhTiiInt 1 In itHi i
Protocol Satisfactory. I linvi.l fanlau n ml the aiowal of M. A.
Wns'.iiiilon, Mar. 1- 1'resi.U'iit Wil- Sehmidt, in comicction with tho dyna
.tin and his i-aliniet agreed today that t inn in ot Hie ijos .o!elos limes luiiiit
the propiisals in (ieueral Veiiustinno 1 in' will lie raised I v the St.ite Itnild
farraiiz.i will pridmlily he I'Dalinued un- iny Trades fouinil, assenilded in eon
der the protorol's terms. Counsellor I vention hern today, it was dei ided.
I'olu' of toe slate department presented! Olnf Tveitmue, seiretary-l reasurer o
the plan to llie minuet, f onsi.li'rat ion
plan io i
of it resulted in a decision which, it is
ludicvcil, will prove of benefit to luilh
the t ' nil I'd Stales and Mexico.
Thinks Capturo Sure.
Id I'aso. Texas, Mar. 'Jl. " I think it
is only u matter of time until Villn !
will lie (alien dead or alive," was the)
statement of (lenernl (lavira made in I
.Inure-', at 1 1 :'.W a. in. today. ' While j
the wires are down, we have reason to'
believe Villa and his baud are entirely :
surrounded by Americans and farran- ;
zislns. We have heard nothia of tiie j
oulcome of the Nnmiipiipu ena.oe-
Building Trades Council
Will Raise Defense Fund
feuse fund for
-Xo de- i
trial ot j
- Union Pacific
the iStato 1 in i 1 it i ii Trades Council ui'tf
el t hut u fund lie raised by the indiv
idual locals iu accordance witii the res
illation adopted at the l!H-"i convention.
Tveitmoo scored the trial of Schmidt,
in his auiiuu! report.
"The Schmidt jury was yiven theatre
parties and autiiniolule trips at tiie e.x-
ease of the county," he asserted.
A number of delegates have voiced
their sentiments iiuauist the resolution
iu this particular instance and uracil
: tin adoption of a new- one. Aceorilino
: to some, if the resolution is presented
j not less than ifiiiUMUl will be asked.
I Tveitmoo took exception to t.ie Cni
j ted States furnishing munitions of war
j to the Kurnpeaii nations, but offered
I Mil Stle,C;Cstl011S.
Prince Hangs Around
Yellow Tonned Yvonne
New York, Mar. Uil. Although
l'liiu e Alex inder Miskonoff said he
was free to fiid't for llussia wnea he
parted by agreement from Princess
Aimee Crockcr-Coitai d Miskiaoff after
a sensational scp nation trial, he ii still
freipicnlly iu her coiiipany and today
had shown no iucli n it ion to depart for
Hie battle front.
Instead, he spent a ipiiet Sunday
evening with the Princess at the
"movies" holding hands with her ill
the back row, while Yvonne, the gold
en haired foster daughter whom he told
the ,juilc.e he had considered Invinn in
stead of his wife, occupied a seat in the
tow ahead of tin in lad appeared en
grossed in the 1 1 Im. When ipiesiioned
by reporters, the prince and princess
said they were still residing at differ
TO GUARD THE COAST
Washington, Mar. 21. It was learned
today the navy department had piepar-j
ed plnns for the fleet to co-operate I
Iwith the war department in case Kran-1
; cisro Villa should make a da di to eithi" j
' coast. Several war vessels are stationed I
! on the Atlnntie side, and a small sipiad
run would be available if Villa starte
i for the Pacific. I'pon the first intima
tion of Villa attempting to reach either
side, additional battleships could 1
rushed to land iiiarinrs and head hi-
BERTILLION CAUGHT HIM
San l-'rancisco. Mar. 21. Chief of Po
ilice White today received n telegrun'
from Chief l.nug of Seattle, stating!
that llertillion measurements of the:
i Kansas City police correspond with the
lnensiirenients tal.en ot .lame .Mariano,
; supposed to be Pietio Torurici who dis
: niembered the body of ltiggio Vilardo
ion the eveniiur of April .", It'ii.'i.
I Lieutenant Steve Hiinuer, who wis
aei)iiainted with Tortuiici, departed to
day for Seattle to bring back Mariano
If tt earner floe, not glT
rrlc notify th ornc.
WILLARD "ON EDG?
FOR THEjIG BATTLE
Moran Also In Fine Condition
Biggest Crowd Ever at
Scrap Will See It
New York, Mar. IM. -less W'illar.l
announced today himself "on edye"
for his championship fight with l-'rnnk
Moian at Mudison Sipiare (larden next
'tin-day ninlit, when the two heavies
travel the ten round route. The seat
sale continued with a rush. It seemed
likely that one of the bi;K''!,t houses,
from a cash standpoint, that ever
cheered a pair of boxers would view- tiie
Kvery one Hi Mornu's camp was de
lighted with Prank's condition when
he finished his work today. The chal
lenger is t.iperins; off, ami will .just
labor hard enough to keep himself in
the riuht shape from nitw until the
bin nifiht. Moran had n fine chance
to use his fists iu n real " knock-ilown-inil-drafj-out''
when his lawyer, Prank
i Weill, (jot in a fit! lit with Hun Mc
Ketliick, Moran 's former ma.. '.ger, in
i restaurant, lint instead of mixing he
eparated the belligerents and pre
vailed on O'Neill to leave. McKettrick
s domnndinu that Moran " him
l,-tii which he says he ndv.iaced to
Hie pnbilist just before the Moran
.fack Joiiusoa battle in Paris.
dim Corbett, after spending several
iioui-s watching Willard and Moran at
their training, picked Willard to win.
When he heard this Moran smiled And
lila camp followers expressed great sat
isfaction. They hinted that Corbett's
selections had been uniformly wrong of
Dr. Joseph M. Creamer, physician of
the jow York state athletic commission
gave both boxers a physical examini
tion and announced that both were in
the best possible condition.
Portland, Or., Mar. 21. When
Charley 1'ksila returns from Montreal
with the Portland lun kev team he will
he lionized for his share in list night 'f
2-0 victory over the Canadians, cham
pions of the National Hockey associa
tion. The Canadians will have to win bot'.i
of the remaining games to win the
world's championship. And Montreal
disp itches last night indicated that the
I'ucle Stuns clearly outplayed the Moil
tvenl team. The puck was kept well in
side Canadian territory most of the
game. 1'ksila and Tobin shot Port
land 's goals.
Bobby Vaughn to Play.
Portland, Or.. M.ir. 21. Tiobbv
Vaughn has capitulated. He will ar
rived in Portland from Tacoma today
and sign a contract to play baseball
with the Portland I'.e.ivers this season
Then he will grab n limited for the
training camp at Sacramento.
Vaughn will probably captain the
Portland team this year.
Ooi-e, Speeding Up.
Iloves Springs, Cat.. M.ir. 21.- The
Oaks are undergoing the speeding up
process this week as they must coin
i,l..t. itieir tiiiiniiur work here bv next
Sunday, Manager Klliott announced to-
lav. All the players are rapidly rnunil-
in-i- into form and President l.eavitt.
before leaving for Oaklind today, ex-
i ressed his satisfaction with their con-
lit loll .
Klliott plans to give his team five
I.,,-.. ..f ,.-. .ti,., ,n llm i.rnss dilllllnod
in 'Oakland, before taking them to Salt
Lake where the season will be opened.
Seals BeiriH Practice.
S-in f-il Mar. 21 Ideal weath
er today favored Manager Wolverton
when he called the regulars of the Seal
-ooad out for practice this afternoon,
nfter two diva of rest enforced by
ni i n. the vannigans went io ;gnews
where tiiev were scheduled to play the
:tttc.i. hints' team there. The 2,00(1 men
tal defectives, inmates of the institu
tion, will make up the nudienee.
It is reported that .Manager wiuver
ton is urei'iiriiiL' to dismiss a few more
vnungstors from the sipl.id.
White W:on Decision.
Cincinnati, obi,,, Mar. 2 1 . I hai-lev
White earned llie decision over Matt
Wells in their ten round bout last night
according to sporting writers today.
Hoppe Outplays Jap.
San 1' nine. sen, .dar. 21. Ko.ii Yam
ana, .lapiue.e billiardist, may be high
man in tiie Mikado's kingdom but he
will have to speed up before hoping to
Jostle Willie Hoppe, ill the opinion of
fans who saw their game here. Hoppe
won, jon to nr at 1VJ balk line.
Two Bij? Moots.
San Fiancisco, Mar. 21.- Two inter
esting track meets are in sight at the
l'liiversitv of Cilifomia. Next Satur
d.iv the P.ear freshmen meet the t'ui
versitv of Southern California varsitv.
On the following Wednesday an all
southern California sipind composed of
1'. S. O. men reiiifnrctd by I'red Kelly.
Ken Johnson, Pete Itagnard and Bou
ncy Itonuett will meet the California
a i si iv.
Those M.iy Come North,
t.os Angeles. i'al Mar. 21 Although
a light mist mantled I .on Angeles to
day. Manager Patterson did not think
it would interefere with the practice of
his Vernon team iind required the Ti
gers to don uniforms.
It was reported today that Pitcher
Pair banks, f.itciier Coleman and Out
fielder Sell nl. will be sent to the Van
couver Northwestern team lis Patterson
formed a working agreement with that
dub yesterday. The men are all "luisli
ets" nnd the Vernon leader is said to
have decided tint lie cannot keep
Tom lowney. Little Koek infielder,
ins applied to Patterson for n job, nnd
m-w be signed. I'owuey is ti weak
Winning Baseball Team
Coach Hauser of tire fhemawn Trnin
, ing school is busy -selecting players for
his baseball team. With -II offering
their services the first day he will have
nn abundance of material from which
to pick out a winning team. Since so
many are working hard to make the
j team, it is naturally expected that the
; season of ItHii will be a banner year for
The following baseball schedule has
been tentntively arranged:
March 31-April 1 Oregon university,
i April S McMinnville college, at
April 12 Mt. Anjyi college, at Che
April 15 Oregon Agricultural eol
' lege, at f orvallis.
April 22 McMinnville college, ' at
I April 2S Oregon Agricultural col-
leg", at ( hemawn.
March C Pacific college, at Che
rutnva. Mav in Mt. Angel college, at Mt.
May l:t Open date, at Cliemawa.
May 211 Pacific college, at Newborg.
May 27 Open date, to be announced
.May 30 Open date, at Cliemawa.
W. 0. W. Bowlers Trim
The AY. O. V. luiwlers trimmed the
Oregon's last night in three straight
games at the Oregon allevs. Kress, of
the V. O. W.'s rolled 210 for high game
and made 200 for high average.
The scores follow:
W. 0. w,
1 0 P. Av.
Wilson 170 170 170 i;r
Bean Isfi 100 1 SI 17
Llovd 134 172 170 .102
Donaldson 170 100 147 171
Kress 205 210 1S5 2H0
Totals S71 !14 S71
Team average, 171.
1 2 n Av.
Anibal 130 102 107 lij.'t
Sundin 134 145 130 137
Zenger 1!55 ISO 173 1 C!
Whnrley 200 151 137 103
I.aflar' 104 109 177 ISO
Totals fit.1 807 793
Team avorn.ro. 1C,1.
Training Trip Cut Short.
Klsinore. Cal., Mar. 21. The train
'ug trip of the Los Atrjeles club to tiiis
ity will be shortened by one week.
Manager Chance announced tod iy. The
agel leader said his men would leave
'icre Saturdav for Los Angeles, as he
feels thev will need to get accustomed.
o the Washington park field during
the final week of preparation.
The Los Angeles te.im was scheduled
Lo meet the Pomona college team here
Niday, but lowering skies threatened to
all off tiie game. Walter Holes. Angel
catcher, who coached the Pomona team,
was anxious to work against his pro
teges and "show them up."
Supreme Court Says Con
tract Is Against Law
(Continued From Tage One.)
iNoiii Multnomah county, Judge McGinn
iffirined iu opinion written by Justice
Sarah Ti. Salisbury et al vs. .Toha
Bruce God. lard et al, appellants, opin
'on bv Chief Justice Moore, Circuit
Judge (Jantenbein for plaintiff re
Thomas J. Wilson vs. Investment
pany et al, appellants, appealed
from Multnomah county, action oil an
account, opinion bv Justice Benson.
Circuit Judge Morrow's judgment for
George W. Meek, appellant, vs. John
Meek et ill. .IppealtU from Josephine
county, suit to cancel a lease, opinion
by Justice McBride, Circuit Judge Cal
kin's judgment for defendant reversed.
J. L. 1 1 .i n mi vs. Alluvial l-'arm com
pany, appellant, appealed from Polk
comitv, action involving .i note, opinion
bv Justice Huruotte, I'onnei- Circuit
Judge Holmes' judgment for plaintiff
K. D. I.ange vs. Hood ltiver Orchard
Laud company, appellant, appealed
from M ult noiiiah couiitv, .involving a
ontract for the sale of laud, suit dis
missed, opinion by Justice II irris.
lames L. Allen et ill. appellants, vs.
C. II. Mi-Nellan. appenlcd from Mult
nomah county, involving the sale of
land, opinion by Justice Burnett, Cir
cuit Judge Hamilton's judgment for de
Li Sai ( henk vs. Lee Lung et nl, ap
pellants, nppcutcd from Multnomah
ouutv, action on an account, opinion
by Justice Benson, fircuit Judge Ihivis
judgment for plaintiff reversed.
Petition for rehearing was denied in
lladley vs. Dudley nnd in Wheldon vs.
I'nion Pacific Insurance company re
si raining order was issued until fur
ther order of the court.
H. H. Riddell Gets Six
Months Jail Sentence
Portland, M ir. 21. Pour months in
the county jail and a fine of .25i'0 was
the sentence imposed by Pederal Judge
Bean yesterday on II. II. Kiddell, Port
t;i ii. I attorney and 'former secretary of
the Oregon Inland Development com
pany. Mr. Kiddell was convicted of
having used the ni.liU to defraud in
connection with the sale of alleged or
Wallace McCnmaiit. nttorisr for Mr.
Kiddell, eniplius'ed Mr. Ki.biell's good
reputation and the fact thnt the trial
jury hid recommended leniency, lie
asked the court to take tills into con
sideration and impose n fine only. This
Judge Bean declined to do.
The court is not justified in disposing
of such cases w th n fine, except when
there aro exceptional circumstances,"
Causes Damage Suit
Seattle, Wash., Mar. 21 Frozen near
ly to death while traversing the bleak
wastes above the Arctic circle in the
interests of L'rik O. Liadblom, Seattle
and Sun Francisco 'multimillionaire,
Oleof A. Plnsfll, of Seattle, is suing
his former employer in the United
States circuit court here todny foi
The suit is to recover damages for
an alleged breach of contract. Chisel
alleged Liudblum sent him from Nome
to a point on the Kobuk river, 100 miles
north of the Arctic circle in l!10:t fc
take charge of the Lucky Three mining
properties' He alleges Lindblom ngreed
to pay him $23') monthly and expenses
if the mine paid, besides a handsome
bun us. I f it did not pay he was to re
turn to Nome where he had been em
ployed for years as Lindblom 's repre
sentative, and step into his old position,
which paid $250 monthly.
Arriving at the mini's he found there
was not enough provisions to provldi
against famine, and he started to Nome
by reindeer team.
The thermometer dropped to 70 de
grees below zero, he said. Clasell's righ'
hand is minus three fingers nnd his let"
one, as the result of being frozen. Tlis
nose also was frozen as well as one foot
part of which he lost.
Clasell has started another sni
against Lindblom for $50,000 for per
Your money back if you want it is
the way in which Daniel J. Fry, the
popular druggist, is selling Mi-o-na, the
great dyspepsia remedy.
This is an unusual plan, but Mi-o-na
has so much merit and is so almost in
variably successful in relieving all
forms of indigestion that he ran but
little risk in selling under a guarantee
of this kind.
Do not be miserable or make your
friends miserable with your dyspepsia.
Mi-o-na will help you. If it doesn't,
tell Daniel J. Fry that you want your
money back and he will cheerfully re
A change for the better will be seen
from the first few doses of Mi-o-na and
its continued use will soon start you
on the road to perfect digestion and
enjoyment of food.
Mi-o-na has been so uniformly suc
cessful that every box is sold under a
positive guarantee to refund the money
if it does not relieve. What fairer
proposition could be made.
Daniel J. Fry gives his personal
guarantee of "money back if you want
it" with every box "of Mi-o-na that he
sells. A guarantee like this speaks
volumes for the merit of the remedy.
lie said. "There ought to be a prison
sentence, though the length of the sen
tnce is not- so importnnt. The court
should not make it possible for a nun
to promote a fraudulent scheme, ex
pecting to be lined and estimating his
profits as a matter of speculation. But
in passing this sentence I desire to err
on the side of mercy rather than on the
side of extreme justice.
"From the testimony it' is apparent
that this comp.uiy had no other pur
pose than to sell something that didn't
belong to it. in this .Mr. Kiddell was a
party. ' '
Kxecution of the sentence was stayed
pending the preparation of a lull of ex
ceptions for Mr. Kiddell by Attorney
McCnmant. This will take about 40
EACH GOT A DECREE
Sail Francisco, March 21. One of
the few instnnces of record in which a
husband and wife have simultaneously
secured final divorce decrees was
recorded here today. Mr. and Mrs.
George L. Kronmiller rushed to court,
each demanding the final decree. The
interlocutory decree was granted a
year ago. Judge Van Nostrand gave
Mrs. Kronmiller her decree, wnile
Judge Murray gave the husband his.
Both decree are legal.
t NEW TODAY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATE!
Kate per word New Today:
Each insertion, per word It
One week (6 insertions), per word 5
One month (20 insertions), per word 17t
The Capital Journal will not be r
sponsible for more than one insertion
for errors in Classified AdTertiee
meats. Read your advertisement th
first day it appears and notify us im
mediately if it contains an error.
Minimum chirgo, 13c.
HARRY V indowcleaner.
BIGl! Y FOI! SALii 1!)M)
Will T K SKKD OATS
5:iF2.'i. For s ile
MOW HAKHL'll At the old stund on
1'nirgroiiiid road. Mar23
per thousand. Call .it office, 3o7 N.
Com'l. l'hone 2."iU-K. Aprl
PoU SALK White Rock eggs for
Hatchnig. Phone 40;t-R. Mar21
FOR SALK SO head owes and some
lambs. Phone SHF12. Mar22
UorSKKKKPlNti ROOMS New and
clean. 170 Court street. Aprl5
FOR KENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, 4!'l North Cottage. Mar31
PKt'.SK TKKKS ti and 8 foot, nt 7c.
Oregon Ch.impion tlooseberries $15
OAK, drv ash. fir and maple cord wood.
Fhone"l322-J. W. F. Proctor. AprlO
ON K Ml l.F. FOR SALK Centle, 4 vrs.
old. Will C.ritton. Thone firF22.
STILL 1 1 A V K lNF. T F.AM Of geld
ings left, price right. Phone 1722.
PHONE 937 f or wood m,
BROWN IiKUHOKX. F.tiGH 40c per
setting, l'iiouo. 30F13 at me iltime.
MAXWKLL RUNABOUT Fine con ilH
tion for sale $17.". Inquire 2-tO .Statu
UO.MK COMFORT IIANCIK For sale,
in "A. No. 1" shape. 2.S7 S. Winter
WANTED To rent 7 or 8 room house
reasonably close in. Addreso N. Ti. ii.,
care Journal. it
FOR SALE OR TRADE Sawmill, 10m
capacity Donkey. Timber. 744 N.
CAPITAL Kl'U WORKS Rugs and
carpet weaving. 371 North Jligh St.
Salem, Or. Aprla
FOR KENT A nico five room bunga
low, very cheap. CI. W. Luflar, 4Kii
Hubbard lildg. tt
TEAMS WANTED $.1.00 per d iy.
Must bo large, heavy teams. Call
l ltlti Court St. jlur2l
FOB BALE 15 acres Kottom 1-ind,
south of Marion. Mrs. K. T'Aouias,
Marion, Oregon. Apnli
FOR SALFi Team, wagon and harness.
Address T. N. A., Route I, Pox 4-C,
Turner, Oregon. Mar22,
BICYCLE FOR SALE Or will tradu
for stmt gun or camera. Address B.
S., euro of Journal. Mar2l
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, very convenient, close in. 4S2
S. Jligh. l'hone 1123. Mar23
FOR SALE ti room modern house,
$1275 cash takes it. Star Grocery,
till Market. J'liono 185. tt
WANTED To borrow $800 on good
city property, what interest 1 Addres
TI. (J., care Journal. Mar22,
DESIRABLE KOOM8 Furnace hen,
fine location, excellent moils. Phone
1150-M. 1510 State. April7
$1,000 TO LOAN On good real cstato
security. Donald W. Miles, 15 Bush.
Bank iildg. l'hone 510. Mur2S
FOR SALE Five passenger Studebak
er auto, splendid condition, at a bar
gain. See it. Vick Bros. Mar2l
VVANTEiJ Lady roomer in modern
home, cheap rent for companion, also
three room suite. I'hono 511. tt'
WANTED Will pay cash rent for 4 or
5 acres of good potito land. Must
be cheap. Adress Journal C-50. Mayo"
FOR KENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, all modern conveniences,
l'hone 070-J. Cull 087 N. Front.
WANTED To trade cows for a good
horse, also 0 stands of bees for sale.
O. O. Grcttie, Route 3. l'hone 77FI2.
FOR KENT Neatly furnished front
apartments. Frices very reasonable.
2titi N. High street. l'hone I !)S)."i.
QOAT AND SITEEP SHEARING By
up to date power equipment. LiBt your
order at Salem Fuel Yards. l'hone
FOR RENT About 8 acres of plow
land to put in hay near Fandricks'
slaughter house. Call 771 N. Com'l
WHITE ROCKS An egg strain of ex
hibition quality. 15 eggs by parcel
post for $1.50. Imperial Egg Farm,
Route 3, Salem. tt
SALEM STEAM and Vacuum Carpet
Cleaning Works. Feathers and mat
tresses renovated. Otto F. wicker.
Fhone 1154. Aprl3
FOB BENT Btorej 21x165 feet, elee
trie lights and steam heat. Bee Watt
8hipp Co., 219 North Commercial
street. Phone 363. ti
WANTED First class Royal or Un
derwood typewriter, cheap for cash.
Will call and examine machine. 11.
K., Journal. Mar27
FOB 8ALE Fine residence lot, 62x108
feet, Cipital and Center streets. Price
$2800. Write J. W. Beckley, Ner
itrand, Minnesota. Mar23
TRADE Have $700 equity in extra
large lot, tine loc ition, to trade for
acres unimproved hind within 3 mile
of Salem. Phone KU.i. Mur22,
GOAT AN T) SHEEP SHEAR ING By
experienced ninn, with up-to-date gas
oline plant. List vour orders with II.
Short, l'hone 1220-.L Mar23
WE WILL FAY Fourteen cents pound
lor good neus, in cents lor eggs per
dozen. Cherry City Cafe, 168 S. High
street. Mickenham k Lindlcy. Mar21
FOR RENT Ml acres 4',fj acres tim
othy and clover, spring water, good
house, $25 and 25 days work n year.
L. Mann, Route No. 2, Box 25, Silem,
FOR RENT One suite of front rooms
for housekeeping down stairs, well
furnished with furnace heat. Price
reasonable, l'hone 814-R, 143 Court
WANTED Tt) RENT Furnished house
keeping rooms or small furnished
house, preferedly near fair grounds.
State price and location. 33 Care
DON T TAKE CHANCES With gmn
osis; plant top grafted cherry trees.
Koyal Ann and Lambert on Black
Mar.zard stock. Harry E. White.
Phone 14FI5. Mar27
SAW MILL FOR SALE 50.000 ca
pacity. His been operated about 12
months. All ready for operating at
present time. W. A. Tavlor, Macleav,
receiver). Phone 38F24. Mar3l
NURSERY STOCK Lowest prices t
Northwestern nursery, rear of arm
ory. Grafted Franquette Walnuts.
Budded IIollv. Choice roses, etc.
Phone 413. " Mar23
BIGGEST SALE ever you tin find:
20 acres, 16 to 17 acres plough land,
balance good timber and pasture, no
buildings. On county road. Little
work to irrigate 2 or 3 acres. Good
black garden land. Price $1500, it
worth $3500. 1 need the money. 2'-0
miles from Silem. "20 Acres," care
of Journal, AprlS