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THE DAILY CAPITAL .TfT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10. 1916
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; because they can smoke
jTuxedofrom dawn till dewy
jcvc in penecr. comiort and
jwi'th always increasing satis
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May Not Bs Allowed to Box
Seals Will Play Beavers
at Portland Today
i,. From three to five years'
ageing in wood does all that
Nature can do to make Tux-,
edo mild and mellow. Then
Science steps in with the
original J'Tuxedo Process"
imitated but never equaled
and takes out all the bite.
I You take no risk in trying
iTuxcdo. Read that uncon
ditional guarantee in the top
of the tin ; get your money
back from the dealer if you
arc not thoroughly satisfied.
I'orl litn.l. Or., May 10. Willio TJitcli
if, a former lightweight ciiampiuti, iu
ti'iuls to box in I'ur! I iii.I June ! as an
milled attraction during the Huso festi
val. His opponent will In.1 sonic local
p:icuoin probably llali)i Gnilan.
Ritchie notified tlie lienver Athletic
rlii)) that lie will leave Chicago in "
few days, lie expects to lie in I'ort
laml tin' last of this month.
The law may take a haiul in Ritchie's
:i I jx:t I'UiM'W hero, for the statutes say
oulv amateurs nmv box in Oregon.
j The Woodland Inter-City league
I team that plays at Sulcin Sunday (if
it don't rain) his a strong lincui,
according to Wayne F. Lewis, league
Toots Kotula the ileaf ami dumb
j right handed tvvirler, will probably
i start the game for W.oodluud. He lias i
not lost a game this season wUn the
j 1 f school at Vancouver.
t Watching the Scoreboard
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. I.. Pet.
San Francisco 2D 15 .571
1.08 Angelei 1" 13 .507
Vernon 17 15 .5.11
Salt Lake 14 15 .4S2
Oakland i5 20 .429
Portland 10 15 .100
At Portland No game with tlie
enls, wet grounds.
At San Francisco Salt Lake. 5; Oak
At Vernon Vernon, 4; Los Ange
Standing cf the Teams.
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! Lefty Cole wis star twlrler on the
I'uiversity of Kansas team last season
I ami held the Haby ' Beavers down in
! the rain on his first league start last
("atcher Charley Chapiu caught for
the Vancouver Soldiers last year.
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Washington, My 10, If Senator
Kciiyon is pliysicnlly able ho will apeak
iiiiitiiiiionsly until Saturday on the riv
er anil harbor bill, By declaring a
rei esM instead of an adjournment lust
ii i U li t , fiiends of the bill compelled him
to take the floor at noon today. He
liiycs to hold it.
Try Capital Journal Want .
Too Early for Straw Hats
Portland, Or., May 10. Henry Horry
and Harry Wolverton and 17 other S.ui
,1 'in in-i sco Kimls, found jheir straw
hats very much, out of place when tiicy
arrived in Portland yesterday after
noon. They pumped into a late rainy
season which forced the postponement
of the first scheduled (tame of their
series with the Portliiiul Heavers. The
(jround was still aoggy early today.
Bonds Defeated Grant
Seattle, Wash., May 10. .Tos Honds
of Taconia had nn easy tiiup defeating
Fred (Irnnt, Kansas City heavy, in
four rounds here last nij(lit. Leo llotick
ami Finnkio .Sullivan, fe itherwein.its,
and Karl Conner and doe Hnrrnhan in
the same das, fought a brace of draws.
White to . Meet Welsh
ChienRO, May 10. Charlie White was
jubilant toil .iy at his pros)iect of meet
iu(r the lightweight clianipiou, Freddie
Welsh, in lipuiios Ayres in .Inly. As
the fiulit is to go 25 rounds. White is
bubbling over with confidence. "1
will lick iiim Btire, " he boasted today.
Tune Up for Big Race
New York, 'May 10. Sheopshenil Hay
speedway is liuiiiiiiiujr with lowerl'iil
racini; cars today, tuniiiK up for Sat
urday's nice, .ludiiiii); from the ter
rific velocity attained by the mnchines
in prnctice, records will be in (limner
when the contest bc(rins. O'Doiinell,
Hesta and Aiken have registered more
than 100 miles nn hour in the trials.
To Revive Horse Racing
Chicago, May 10. A revival of horse
racing is planned here today. The Illi
nois Jockey elub announced an "Amer
ican derby " for a purse of $10,000 to
be run .Inly 1. At that time the Haw
tltoine track will open for two weeks
Is Coming Champion
I.os Angeles, Oil., May 10. Hoxing
fans were convinced today that Kddie
lire-water, lightweight and cousin of
Mike (libboiis, is a coming champion
ns a result of his ensy victory over
I.en Lauder here last night. Hrewster
is the f.istest, hardest hitting- light
weight seen here since the .days of 20
round bouts. Hrewster meets Willie
lloppo of San . Francisco hern next
Tuesday night. A hot scrap is looked
for by local fans.
Santel Had Easy Job
Sun Francisco, May 10. What prom
ised to be the most difficult match Ad
Santel has had in recent months proved
to be his ensiest victory, when lie
threw Lorenzo Cliristi.insen, the Scan
dinavian champion twice in 50 min
utes and 45 seconds. Although he ont
weigiied Santel and (Missessed consider
able cleverness, the Pane didn't have
the strength, to prevent n full.
Ficd McKeen who pl.iys first base
for Woodland was the best first sacker
in the league last year with the Kast
Side Rediiien. He had a try with .V''
Crecdie but had no chance with (lui.Tto
Hans firnvelle, the Woodland short
stop, is credited with being the fast
est bnseriiuner in tiie league and ns .1
pitcher lias played in Salem with the
Montavilla Cub's, HandaH's Allstnrs
and other good bush teams.
Third baseman Fred Carner started
with Greshnm this season and trans
ferred to Woodland when flreshum for
feited its franchise. He is a left hand
hitter and a right hand thrower.
Marble or Yett will cover second for
the Wooillandei'S Sunday ngninst Sa
lem with Griffith, Schuman and George
in the out field. This will round out
a strong nggreg.ition and the second
Inter-City league game in Ralcm prom
ises to be a hummer.
W. L. Tct.
Brooklyn 10 4 .715
Po:don' 10 5 ' .fii'u
Chii'n;ro i 0 .550
Cincinnati 11 11 .500
Philadelphia S S .500
St. Louis 10 10 .500
Pittsburir 0 I" .400
New York .1 1.1 .1SS
W. L. Pet.
Cleveland ....... 15 S .025
Xev; York tl 0 .55o
Washington 11 0 .550
Detroit' 11 11 .500
Boston ll II .500
Chicago 11 11 .45S
St. Louis S 11 .421
Philadelphia 7 1.T .350
Many Entered For
Track Meet at Eugene
University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.,
May 10. With 157 entries already on
file, representing 20 high schools of tlie
state, prospects or the best stato inter
scholustic track meet in years are prom
ising when the guu cracks for tlie first
race next Saturday morning, May 12.
For the past week the weather has been
doubtful, but the wenlher eye tonight
says a break in the storm will take
place and tne sun will be out tomorrow.
In that ease the truck on Kiucaid oval
will be in conditiou for some fast time.
Snlem high lias made the following
Rav William, shot, discus, javelin;
Merle Fruit, 100, 220, 440, relay; Conrad
Jones. 8S0, mile; Mux Alford, S80, mile;
Robert Katcliff, hurdles 120, hurdles
220, relay; Miles Miller, high jump,
pole vault, shot, discus, javelin, relay;
Paul Bales, 100, 220, 410, relay; Carl
Hagodom, USD, broad jump, relay; Kd
Clark, shot, discus; Kd Robinson, pole,
vault; Royal Proctor, hurdles 120, hurd
les 220, high jump, broad jump.
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ASHBY2MIN LEXICON 2M IN
COLLARS FOR BIG
TUCKED-IN -END BOWS
are specialy designed for young
men. They show the "Youth"
the jaunty style that the young
Prices: $20 and $25
Specially good in the Serge and Dark
Buddy Ryan broke up a 0 to 0 freeze
in the ninth and won for Suit Lake over
Oakland when he reached out and un
expectedly bunted a T.ide one v.hile
Prough was trying to pass him.
The Oaks scrambled around like Hie
proverbial decaptitnted chi?keus trying
to field that tan but a run roamed
home on it and just for pood measure
the Bees whanged out a few more.
One of the latest ragtime melodies
snvs "don't let the same bee sting villi
twice" but the Oaks let the same bee
sting them not twice but five time..
They had another nice rainstorm in
Portland. Little drops of water drench
ing, nil the land mode the Seals nnd
Beavers cuss to beat the bnnd. (Whoa,
Lefty Decauniere blanked the (ser
aphs and they were so decayed that he
hud to pitch himself into several holes
just to give the funs the excitement
of seeing him pitch himself out of them
The home run muret In San Fran
cisco is receiving a severe blow. They're
making the Recreution park fence 12
When Tris Speaker revisited his old
home town ot Boston in a Cleveland
uniform they gave him a loving cup
and he scored his now team's only run
with a bingle to the flag poie. lied
Sox won li to L
Tramp, tramp, tramp the boys are
marching. Thut's what it looked like
at Philadelphia when the home team
pitchers handed out no less than 30
walks to tlio Detroit lfgers.
The Tigers accepted tho game as a
gift, score 10 to 2.
Fournier won for the Whito Sox when
he homed with two on, beating the
Mnthewson was the only effective
henvor iu the Giants-Pirates game, won
bv Xew York bv a nice little score of
lit to 3.
H. L. BEARD, Director O. A. C. Band.
I'nder the able leadership of Director
Beard the Oregon Agricultural College
Cadet band has grown into one of "tlie
best musical orgnniztaions in the west.
Salem people will be given the oppor
tunity to hear a concert by this band
at the Salem Armory Fridav evening at
8 o'clock. The concert will be follow
ed by a ilnnce for which the band will
furnish the music.
Madeay News Notes
f'.'npiial Journal Special Service)
Mneleav, May 10. One of the most
euiovalile parties held this season was
held at the home of Delbert -Mackenzie
and wife under the auspices of the Y.
P. li. I', last Fridav evening. The Mac
kenzie homo is one of the finest in
this section and it was not hard at all
to enjoy ones self. Partv gimes and
forfeits occupied most of the evening
and luncheon was served earlv iu the
fniornini'. After singing several famil
iar hymns the party broke up each
:uul everyone satisfied. Most of tne
attendants came on a hayrack and a
very merry time was hid both going;
and returning home. Theodore Russell
nused a little excitement on his way
to the party when he attempted to run
over a brush pile with his buggy and
overturned. Mrs. Kussell was thrown
out but was not. injured. No damage
was done other than a broken strap on
the harness. Frank Nieswnuder, Ches
ter Armstrong lnd Charles Douglas
proved the heroes of the occasion and
righted the buggy. By the way, Theron
we thot you had quit driving with one
hand since yon were married.
Orange met last Thursday, May 4.
nnd was well attended. Mrs. Fletcher,
county deputy, gave a. talk on "Better
ment of the Orange and Ideals of the
Farm." John T. Kobertson give a
talk on "Rural Credits". W. A. Jones
told how much it cost to make a man
of a bov and while H. K. Martin gave
the money requirements for starting
on a farm. The ladies gave talks on
the best methods of cooking and also
gave recipes of their favorite dishes.
Mis. W. A. Jones told of the different
uses of piper.
Tho Ladies Aid met nt the Murphy
home last Thursday, May 4, and the
members were royally entertained. It
was one of the largest meetings of the
year, only three being absont. The
MesdaniesyMurphy, Friuk, Garrett, and
Peniiam served dainty refreshments at
Three Macleav boys went, to Silver
Creek list week for a business trip
and brought home thirty fish. Tiiey
reported the fishing rather poor as
they took most of the day to get the
thirty. Those who went and their re
spective catches are O. L. Martin 11,
A. J. Patton 10, W. W. Taylor 9.
The play "Kentucky Belle", w'.iich
was given nt Betiiel Inst winter will
be given at the hall next Saturday
evening at 7:110 p. m. The "Ken
tucky Belle" is nn excellent comedy
ind the cast is well chosen. There will
a dance after the program. Admission
10c and l.V. Dnuce tickets, .'),. The
proceeds will go toward the expenses"!
of the Bethel baseball club under
whose auspices the play is staged.
II. K. Martin is planning to plant
two acres of Sudan grass aud fourteen
Acres of corn. He has prospects of a
silo this fall.
Firman Nash iias decided to plant lj
acres of flax at an early date.
Mr. Lent! has planted 1) acres of
Oscar Chapman and wife are .igain
home in their bungalow on the Harry
11. K. Martin killed a fine veal re
cently. It dressed 120 lbs,
Mr. Lent, was recently offered
tSOOO for his ftirm which be refused.
VICTOR ORR, Soloist.
Mr. Orr will appear with the O. A. C.
Cadet Band at th Salein Armory
capita! Journal Special Service)
Fruitland, Dr., Miry 10. Henry
Smith was iu Salem' Wednesday even
ing to attend the lecture at the Con
On May lit the Fruitlind school will
let out in ml the vacation begin. .
Miss Kmily Donaldson returned from
Montana last Sunday after a prolong
ed visit with her brother Lee.
Our new ueightbors, Mr. Pede Bad
family, have moved in on the Williams
Several young people from Salem
were present to attend church services
lust Sund iv afternoon. The next ehurch
service will be in three weeks.
William Bellamy left again for Tolk
county to work on a farm.
The busines-H and social meeting of
the Y. P. A. will meet next Friday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paris.
About fiftv people were at the cheese
factory Sundav to sea how cheese was
made. The fVtory is starting off
nieelv ind the prospect are very
Try Capitol Journal want AAs,
There will be n Parent-Teachers
meeting next Wednesday evening, May
in, nt tne scnnoi nouse ar p. m. .miss
Lizzie Cornelius, cindidiite for county
school superintendent, will talk. Kvery
one is invited.
School will close the 10th of May.
The following is a poem on the school
gardens written by Albert Garrett, age:
II, of the ."ith grade nnd considered
best of nay written, by the teacher: I
One sun n v morning in the month of
I enme to school very happy and gay,
When school took up. I chose my paid !
And I was going to be a gardner.
; Next morning we brot our rake ind hoe
And where was nor eiirden we didn't
I Filially we managed to get a place
I And went to work at a rapid pace.
We took the hoe to cut the sods
And used the rake to mash the clods
I After we leveled and luillcd out the.
' .weeds .... j
J We sent to the market to get us some!
j . all our seed. , j
And then we borrowed a piece of twine I
, And by this made a long striight line
We took lots of care to not nns
And between us we managed to plant
' all our seeds.
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YOUNG CALF Wanted. Thone 02F
14. may II
PHONE 937 For wood saw.
HARRY Window cleaner, Phone 70S.
WHITE FIPv WOOD choppers wanted.
Phone S0F11. tf
FOR KENT H room house, close in,
Phone 7S2M. innylO
FOR SALE $1000 mortgage for $000.
A caro Journal. "' tf
FRONT APARTMENTS Ground floor
401 N. Cottage. tf
FOfnjENT SIGN'S For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
FOR SALE Gold coin seed potatoes.
Call 97F11 at meal times. miyLt
YOUR PICK Of -400 chicks 10c. each.
N. Henningsen. Phone 76F1I. mayll
BROOD SOW For sale, soon to far
row. A. G. Dalrymple, Macleay, Or.
FURNISHED Modern five room
house, $8.50 per month. 1149 Trade.
WANTED Reliable boy for ranch
work. Address A. M. caro Journal.
FOT! SALE I .". vr. old sorrel mure.
Broke. Prone 20F3.". maylO
FOR RENT Modern 4 room house woll
- furnished. Phone 70SW. tf
Mrs. Terry Taylor was very ill last
week. Dr. Clay was called.
Miss Opal Garrett has beea some
what ill the past few diys-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilarrv Martin, accent-
pnnied by Mr. and Mrs. 0cnr Chap
man, mororen to ine inriMinu vuurcu
Mis. McLain, mother of Mrs. Ther
on Russell, was a Sundav visitor at tiie
Dan Miller, supervisor of road dis
trict 00, is getting work under way for
improvements. He has ordered gravel
from the Salem Sand nnd Gravel com
pany and already 1ms the rond in shape
tor it in places.
Mr. Lovell. now pastor of the Mae
leay church, preached Sunday on "The
Spirit of Adoption vs. 'the Spirit of
Bondage. A verv good iliscour.se.
Mrs. W. W. Taplor and daughter
Bertha Lois were in Salem Monday and
Bethel News Notes
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Bethel, Or., May 1,0. Mrs. H. R.
Curtis is entertaining nsister from Se
attle. Mr. Kirscher has ordered a silo to
be delivered next month.
Mrs. Ma S. Baker is home and mak
ing an unusually rapid recovery.
Emit Smulborg and Harlan Hoffman
atended a party at the Mackenzie home
There was a party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnston Saturday
night. There were twenty two guests
present and a very enjoyable time was
had with games and (lancing.
J. (M. Nichols is about to biuld a
dairy barn. The barn will be 40x72
feet and the walls will be of concrete
for a height of four feet. The cows
will face each other across a feed alley
fourteen feet wide. Mr. Nichols in
tends to .use stanchions in the new
barn. . .
The Bethel literary society will give
an entertainment nt the Orange hull
at Macleay Saturdap night May .13, or
the benefit of the Bethel baseball club.
There will be an excellent amateHir pro
duction of the three act comedy "A
Kentucky Belle". This play was given
at Bethel February 5 and was- much
appreciated by the large audience. The
actors have been rehearsing for some
time and their second performance
promises to be even better than t'.ie
first one. The play is well worth the
nominal admission price which is 10
nd loeents. Refreshments will be
served and after the show there will
be a dance.
It is reported that John Zak has
some corn up. It was not stated
whether it was oh his feet or in the
ground but we surmise the former.
Pratum News Notes
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Pratum, Ore., May 10. Miss Mary
Rentier, who is employed in Salem, vis
ited with her parents Sunday.
Mr. J. H. Harper and daughter, Man
ure visiting relatives in Scotts Mills.
Mrs. Martha Khngensmith and
daughter, Lois, of Portland, visited lust
week with Miss Louis Klttm.
The At Home elub will meet with
Mrs. Chnrlie Eyre Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Drager, of Los Angeles.
Cnl., are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. 1'eyree. Mrs. Dinger was formerly
Miss Minnie Peyree.
Mr. Albert Beutler, who has been vis
iting his parents for Borne time, left
Monday morning for Fortlnnd, where he
has employment for the summer.
Mr. Fred Cornu was a Silverton visit
Miss Olive Ottowny, of Sclnh Springs,
attended the closing day exercises held
nt the school Saturday,
Closing" day exercises were held at
the school house last Saturday. In the
morning a few numbers by the school
children and addresses by Ivan G. Mar
tin and Walter Keyes, Lunch was
served by the Indies of the community.
In the afternoon a short program by
the pupils was given, sir. W. C. Gnmitt
of Stayton, and H. C. Stover of Salem,
gave addresses. The races which were
to have been a feature of the afternoon
were not held on account of the bad
Victor Point News
(Capital Journal Special Swvice)
Victor Point, Or., May 10. Miss Avn
Darby taught school at Center View
last week. Miss Padgef, teacher of
that school has been sick with a verv
Mr. Emery who was hauling lumber
from Fishers Lumbering Co. for a gar
ag for his new Studebnker.
A. T. Siva"? is trying to pick up a
car of Shropshire ram lambs for an
Eastern Oregoa mngemnn. '
Ivan IWhy began on the Jaquet
Frank. Doerfler was at the La rid farm
Ka.turd.iy. W. M. Ladd spent most of
the day showing Mr. Doerfler his fine
This road district has very fine sum
mer roads as C. Jones has them drug
after most everv rain.
FOR SALE Sandwich hay press and
Russell engine. E. A. Johnson, R. 9,
Sulera. may 13
TOR ACCOltDIAN Pleating see Mrs.
Uildobrnnd 540 South 14th. Phono
WANTED School girl to work for
room nnd board. Enquire 1309 South
Liberty. ' may id
FOR RENT New modem, 5 room cot
tage, partly furnished. B. W. Macy,
Phone 815. tf
FURNISHED rooms and housekeeping;
appartments, rates reasonable, close)
in, 100 Court. tf
WANTED To buy mohair. East Sa
.lem Tannery, 25th and Oak streets.
Phone 2100-M. tf
FOR RENT Modern four room Wise,
Furnished or unfurnished. Enquire
,210 S. 14th St. may 11
WANTED To buy mohair. East Sa
lem. Tannery, 25th and Oak streets.
Phone 2100-M. may It
FOR RENT 5 room modern house,
1441 Trad St., Enquire W. A. Lis
ton, 484 Court St. tf
WANTED Girl for general house
work, must furnish references. Ad
dress S care Journal. tf
FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms in Hubbard building. W.
H. Norris. Boom 304. tf
FOR SALE Potatoes and fresh .Ter
' sey cows, near Waconda, E. M". Fin
ney, R. 2, Gervais, Or. niaO
TOR SALK Good driving marc, broke
to rido, gentle. Call Harold Kakin,
1484 State Phone 1172J. mayl5
FOR SALE 6 fresh Holstcin eows,
inquire Hopmcre, Ore. B. F. La Fon
taine, address Gervais Ore. 'm.vylO
FOR RENT Furnished room, outside
entrance hot and cold water, 250
S. Cottage. Phone 773R. mayl3
FOR RENT Nice furnished room in
new house in private family, 3 blocks
from P. O. Inquire G-10 care Journ
WANTED To trade $1000 equity in
farm for automobile or lot in Salem.
Address "Farmer" care Capital
TO TRADE 31 acres near Oak Grove,
in roin county for Salem residence.
Inquire of A. E. Bell, room 229 Hub
bard bldg. mayl3
DRESS MAKING SCHOOL Bring"
your materials and do your own sew
ing. Mrs. J. W. Younff, 1078 Che
mckcta St. may 10
FOR SALE 3 half truck Studebaker
wagon. Will trado for heaver wagon,
eordwood or stumpnge. 786 Lee.
Phone 1322-J. tf
FOR RENT Business block room, siz
18x18 feet. 407 State street. In
quire at 463 State. Thorn?, 1009.
Maurice Klinger. tf
SIX ROOM Bungalow and two lota
in North Salem, two blocks from car
line, cheap. Call or address Geo. L.
'Rose, Salem, Ore. maylO
$1300 SPOT CASH Who Ins the, most
to offer in Salem 1 to 0 lots not less
than 6 rooms. Owners only. P. O.
Box 35, Gervais, Or. mayll
WANTED $1500 for 7 years at 6 per
cent on 63 acres, first mortgage. 00
acres cultivate, new house and barn.
Pat enre Capit.il Journal. maylO
9ALEM AND PORTLAND Improved
city property to exchange for mer
chandise of any kind, any where.
Address box 2S, Crabtree, Or. tf
FOR SALE A fine SO acre farm 3
miles from Salem all in cultivation,
only $125 per acre, will take $0000;
in other property, must be good, tf
GOAT AND SHEEP SHEARING By
up to date power equipment. List
your orders nt Salem Fuel Yards.
Phone 529. Densmore & Fresia. tf
ALL PARTIES Owing Teetz Furni
ture' Co., can settle accounts with O.
L. McPeek at 271 North Commercial
or E. N. Peet7. 505 North High, nia.10
Ttt Capital Journal Want Ada,
WANTED To sell either by pound or
contract this year s crop of login
berries from my one acre tract- Last
year's yield 3 tons. Route 3, box 97.
SINNERS SAVED Si.k healed, and
believers filled with the Holy Spirit.
Come and hear the old time gospel
in Jesus name. Gospel hall, near
FairgTound store. may 12
WANTED $500 for three or fivo
year on first mortgage on 80 acres
1-2 of which is bottom land with,
house and outbuildings. Address O.
Weber, R. 8, box 27. mayl2
FOR SALE A fine M acre farm 3
miles from Silem all in cultivation,
only $125 peracre, will take $6000
in other property, must be gosd
Phone 1644, Laflar & Bolinger. tf
FOR EXCHANGE For good dairy
farm four nearly new. modern houses,
well located, rented, in Santa Ana,
Calif. Address owner, C. F. White,
830 E. 2d St. SanU Ana. Calif. mal3