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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM," OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1916.
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Years of Suffering,
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ing the poisonous catarrh and biie
accretions, taking out the inflamma
tion .from the intestinal tract und
assist in rendering the same anti
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dose which alone Bhould relieve your
suffering and convince you that Muyr't
Wonderful Remedy should restore you
to good health. Put it to a test today.
Send for booklet on Stomach Ailmentf
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Whiting St., Chicago, or better still,
obtain a bottle from your druggist. J.
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until Sept. 30 via The North Bund
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on the ships of DeLuxe Service,
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Ticket includes meals and berth.
This route saves Time and Money
and is a Delightful Trip.
Sept. 24 to Oct. 8
From Middle West to Willamette
I se'.l prepaid tickets.
J. W. RfTCHIE, Agent,
t Watching the Scoreboard
Pacific Coast League Standings
W. h. Pet.
Vernon 89 (1.1 .r7S
Los Angeles 84 03 .1571
Halt Lake "r 71 .514
Sun Francisco 77 77 .1500
Portland (17 7.1 .479
Oakland !57 1 00 .3(15
At Vaughn street Portland 2, San
At Oakland Suit Lake 8, Oakland 1.
At Log Angeles I.ns Angeles 9, Ver
Hill Speas appeared on first for Ihe
$40,000 IN PREMIUMS-ENTER NOW :
For the Fifty-Fifth Annual
SALEM, SEPTEMBER 25 TO 30, 1916
Stuck Rams and Pens thoroughly disinfected under supervision Live
stock Sanitary Board. Pure water and food for man and beast. Most
expert judging talent In America. $.1000 prir.es for horse show en
ies. 111,000 purses for speed program; pony, novelty and exhibition
nl events. Liberal award in poultry, floral, agricultural, textiles, do
mestic science, fine arts, etc.
Livestock and horse show entries close Sept. 16. Poultry entries close
Sept. 11. All entries must be in mails not later than these dates.
EXCURSION RATES ON ALL LINES
For Premium List and Entry Blanks, Address
A. H. LEA, Secretary, Salem, Oregon
UNION MEETS TODAY
Leading Athletes of Whole
Country Gather, Records
Certain to Fall
By H. C. Hamilton,
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Newark, N. J., Sept. 8. Junior titles
of the amateur athletic union will be
decided this afternoon on the track and
field of Weequnhic Park here. The
greatest athletes of the nation are
gathered for the meet which will in
clude the senior championships tomor
The fact that athletes whose per
formances have been close to records,
nd unofficially better in some in
stances nre included in the entries,
makes it almost certain that records
will fall. I
The Olvnipic club of San Francisco,
which holds the team championship,
gained a year ago at the San Francisco
exposition meet, will have to surrender
that honor, for only two athletes trom
t lint club are entered this year. The
New York Athletic club is favored to
win the title. This will be decided to
morrow. Excellent weather conditions insure
n fast track for today's junior com
Interest in the contest centers main
ly in the possibilities of victories for
the western champions. The middle
west and the Pacific coast are sending
men who stand head and shoulders
above previous importation from those
sections, although some of them are
men who already have taken part in
the bigger games.
The University of Missouri, in Simp
son mid Floyd, has two wonderful men
and the two nre entered for the senior
championships, having been picked at
the meet recently held in St. Louis.
Simpson, besides being a broad jumper
of uncanny power, holds an unofficial
world's record for tho 120-yard high
hurdles and Floyd hns a record in the
polo vnult. Simpson has been timed
going over the barriers in 14-35 sec
onds, a record that is absolutely
From the far west will come Kelly,
Thomson and Murray, nil hurdlers,
every one of whom has cleared the
high hurdles in less than 15 seconds.
Arlie Mucks, the prodigious weight
heaver from the University of Wiscon
sin, will be a contender" ami the big
athleto is expected to knock the props
from under some records.
The western const athletes already
havo sent apologies alien d for any
failures in the meet. They must make
n long trip to compete and if they are
stalo it will be blamed to Hint. Travel
ling, it is admitted, hns a bad effect on
runners and jumpers.
Join Hay, wearing the colors of the
I. A. C, niso is entered for the distance
Alva Richards Cornell's strong man
who hnils from I'rovo, Utah, is favored
to take the all round honors in the
meet September Ifith. He is the pres
ent champion, lie also was victor in
tho lost Olympic, games at the high
Records are certain to full when these
classy athletes get together in competi
tion. It probably is the greatest col
lection of performers ever brought to
gether in ono field in the United
Scnls against his old pals, the Heav
ers. He got on bases twice, once by sing
ling and again by getting in the pnt'n
of a pitched ball.
F.rickson of Snn Francisco fanned
nine, but he was hit often enough to
give the Heavers a 2 to win.
Salt I.nke beat Oakland in the ninth
with six hits and six runs.
1'rough, who had been pitching shut
out ball, blew up so suddenly there
IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Smashed Boston Twice Yes
terday and May Do Same
to Giants Today
THE BIO STICK BATTLE
Player. A.B. II. Pet.
Speaker .... 407 177 .379
Cobb 402 10!) .300
Jackson .... 507 17 .347
Player. A.B. H. Pet.
Chase 445 144 .324
Dnubert .... 3S5 123 .319
Wagner .... 343 109 .318
New York. Sept. 8. Pnt Morau'a
champion Phillies are on top today in
Showing without question that they
possess that greatest asset of baseball
iron nerve they smashed through the
defense of the Braves right in Boston
yesterday and came through with a
double victory. The crew commanded
by (leorgo Stnllings. "miracle man,"
as he is called, has the reputntion in
tho National league of having a club
that will break the stoutest heart in n
series like the one just ended.
On the face of this, the Phillies must
be considered the favorites in the thrill
ing National league rnce. They whip
ped Brooklyn to a standstill in Phila
delphia and then passed on to Boston
Where theV Inst. Iin timft in linmmu.m,.
tho arrogance out of the strutting
nruves. louny rney win Do in New
York for a doublo header with the
While the Phillies were taking the
Braves down, John McOraw'a rejuven
uted Giants were helping things' along
ii.v siioving in jjougcra farther down
the percentage column. The Brooklyn
crack wns widened by Ferdie Schupp,
young left bander of tho Oiant staff,
nnd he twirled one of the best games
New Yorkers huve had nn opportunity
to see this year.
was no relief heaver ready and lie had
to weather the storm until nitled.
Untiling for first plnco in the league
the Angels hit assorted Vernon pitch
ers for ten safeties nnd nine runs,
enough to win.
Yesterday 's big league hero was
Ferdie Schupp. Pitching for tho Oi
ants, Schupp held the Dodgers to two
hits and shoved them farther away
from the leading Phillies.
Both of the Brooklyn bits came in
one inning and ono of them was a
mighty smash into the right fiold
stands by Buck Wheat.
Five Detroit pitchers worked against
the Browns nnd hunded out thirteen
bases ou balls, besides allowing six
Xabors for the Athletics, outpitched
Foster of tho Bed Sox, but the chain
Another Red Sox infielder went to
the hospitnl when Larry Gardner stub
bed his toe and threw it out of place.
Every Philadelphia player connected
for at least one safe blow in tho first
Frank Baker got his first hit since
his return to the Ynuk lineup in .the
second game of a doublo header' at
And again it was Bub Shnwkey who
staved off defeat for the Donovan
cripples in the second gnmo.
Eleven hits by the Indians were good
for onlv three ruus and they lost to the
KINO GEORGE WRITES
Washington, Sept. 8. British Ambas
sador Spring Rice called at tho White
House today and left an autograph let
ter from King George of England out-
lining that country's views on the Pol
ish relief situation. It is understood to
follow the same lines as tuat from the
J president of Franco.
1 LAYTON INCKASES LEAD
Sedalia, Mo., Sept. 8. Johnny Lay
, ton, pocket billiard champion, further
increased his lead over Frank Taherski,
Schenectady, N. Y., Inst night win
; ning 150 to 74.
Brave the wind
i3a best wt
tha FISH BRAND
PROTECTOR HAT 75
iT - . 1
Our 80& yaar.
A.J.TOWE CO. BOSTOHlJ
New Record Made
In 440 Yard Dash
by Howard of Pittsburg
Newark, N. j., Sept. 8. W. P. How
ard of Pittsburg established a new
junior record in the first track event
to be completed in the Junior A. A.
I,', championships hero this afternoon,
winning the 440 yard dash in 50 3-5
seconds. A. F. Lagay, New York A, C.
was second; A. B. Boothe, Chicago A.
The former junior record for the 440
yard dash was 50 4-5.
100 yard dash: A. E. Ward. Chicago
A. A. won; F. Motley, Atlantic City,
second; II. N. Williams. Spokane.
third; J. L. Foley, Boston A. C. fourth,
lime iu nnt.
Mile run: A. D. Colby, Boston A. A.,
won; II. 8. Carroll, New York A. C,
second; George Benish, Chicago A. A.,
third. Ti.me 4:2 4-5.
10 pound shot put: X J. Comerford,
Philadelphia won; II. Elsev. Mohawk
A. (.'., New York Second; R. J. Moore,
New York A. C, third; N. E. Yeahuise,
Xew York, fourth. Distance 41 feet
I Hi inches.
120 yard hurdles: E. J. Thompson,
Los Angeles won; A. T. Bush, Univer
sity of Cl.lcago, second; B. Brown,
New York A. C, thirej; F. J. Loomis,
Jr., Chicago A. A., fourth. Time 10
One mile walk: W. J. Rolker, T. A. A.
('., New . York won; T. A. Mnroney,
Bronx Church House. New York, sec
ond; J. L, Aronson, Pastime A. C,
.New York, third; W. McFaddea, New
York A.. ('.. fourth. Time G:.r9 1-5.
This established a new junior record
for the mile walk, the former mark
being 7 4-5.
Polo vatilt: .T. D. Nagle, New York
A. C. won; F. A. Wntkins, Los Ange
les. A. (.'.. second: E. C. Reich, Pitts
burg, third; K. Caldwell, I. A. A. C,
Now York, fourth. Height 12 feet 3
440 vnrd hurdles: W. S. Hummel,
Portland, Or., won; C. A. Hoenish, San
Francisco, second; C. A. Walsh, New
Vnrlt. third: A. Benuis. Xew York A.
C, fourth. Time 50 2-5. New junior
record; former record 01 1-0.
ltiiiiniiin broad .lump: .1. Mieenan,
Pittsbure. won: 10. F. Jones, New York
second; I. E. Hugh, Philadelphia, third)
J. Knrimo. New York, fourth. Distance
SI feet lHii inches.
F. .1. Loomis of Chicago liroue tne
.tumor recorit tor ine z-'o yarn nuuiira.
lie went over the stocks in 25 1-5. The
old mark was 25 2-5, held by W. S. Lee
of New York.
Linn County Fair
Is Splendid Success
Albany, Ore., Sept. 8 The second
dav of the 10th annual I.inn county fair
at'Scio today found the little town in
the height of its glory as it entertnia
ed the largest delegation of visitors
that has invaded the little city since
last year's fair.
The different exhibits were the ob
jects of numberless compliments nnd
were pronounced by many the best in
the history of the fair. The industrial
school exhibit, made by the manual
training and domestic science depart
ments of the different schools of the
county, was declared the best ever dis
played in the valley. The textile and
fine arts departments were ranked very
While there was n large display of
agricultural and horticultural products,
the display was not the equal of Inst
year owing to the fact that tho late
season has forced the farmers to take
advantage, of the good weather thin
week to care for their crops.
Today was Albany day, and 50 auto
mobile loads of Albanyites, the major
ity of them wearing white cowboy hats
to' advertise the coming Round-Up at
Albany, passed the day nt the fair.
Tomorrow will be Lebanon day. and
a large delegation from the strawberry
city is expected to join the crowd of
When the fair opened all exhibits
were ready and all events of the pro
gram were successfully presented,
even to the exhibition aeroplane flights
by Herbert Munter. This last feat in
singled out particularly owing to the
fact that Munter 's performance is the
first successful aeroplane exhibition
stnged at the Sclo grounds, although
attempts had been made by aviators in
Governor Withycombe, who attended
the fair yesterday, was much impressed
by the exhibits of l.inn county school
children. Many fine displays of farm
products were highly praised, while the
exhibits in the manual training de
partment proved to be of great inter
est to yesterday's visitors. At first
view, the tables, chairs and other arti
cles of furniture exhibited by Albany
and Sclo school districts could easily
pass for" the work of a furniture maau
HenvJ rains during the past week
were responsible for the absence of a
number iof entries in the livestock ex
hibits yesterday. Every department
wns represented in the etock parade,
but today and tomorrow more contest
ants are expected. Stock judging com
mences 'today, with final awards to bi
Several fast horses are in toe racing
stables 'to attend the three-day pro
gram. Yesterday Sunny Jim, owned
by Mrs. H. C. Davis, of Vancouver,
Wash., won tirst nionev from a field or
five iu jthe 8:25 pace." The Scio half
mile track holds the state record of
1:03, anil ia epeed events scheduled for
today mid tomorrow many fast heats
are iookjed for.
Journal Want Ada Get Results.
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CLUTT. i.eocV b CCl INC. .
LOS ANGELES HAS
Grand Jury Gets Busy with
. Members of City Council
Log Angeles, Cal.. Sept. 8. Los Ange
Ies awoke today to find itself iu the
tnroes of a political scandal that in
volves nearly every executive depart
ment of this city.
A score of subpoenaes were issued by
the criminal complaints committee of
the grand jury for Mnyor Woodman,
members of the city council, former As
semblyman Arthur G. Kuek, the pub
lisher of two I.oa- Angeles newspapers
and former mayoralty candidate Fred
erick Whiffen as a result of Whiffen's
charges that he was offered the mayor
alty for $2,500.
District Attorney Thomas L. Wool
wine is pressing the investigation.
Whiffen, who was a candidate for
mayor in the Inst election, declared he
was offered the position of mnyor of
Los Angeles to succeed Charles E. Se
bastian, who resigned last Saturday.
The following city officials and oth
ers involved were ordered to appear be
fore the county grand jury at 10 a. m.
Frederick T. Woodman, mnvor;
Arthur G. Kuek, Frederick J. Whiffen,
Harley W. Brundige, L. A. Hoskins,
Edwin T. Enrl, Colonel William H. Bnr
ry, Martin F. Betkouski, president of
the council; Councilmen I.angdnn,
wrnin, Kobei-t-s, Wheeler, Topphnm.
Wright; L. Hundley, president of the
board of public works; Owen McAlee,
member of the board of public works;
Henry A. Frazier, Robert M. Allen.
John Doe arid Richard Roe.
The grand jury probe wns featured
with a demonstration of physical viol
ence shortly after 10:30 a. m. today.
Henry Frazier, a newspaper reporter,
struck City Councilman Wright on the
jaw with his fist.
"It was only a joke," said Wright.
Frazier is the second newspaper man
to strike a city official within a month.
t TODAY'S BALL SCORES f
First game R. H, E.
Philadelphia 3 8 4
Xew York 9 14 4
Alexander, Occhsger and Killifer;
Tesreau and Rnrideu.
Second gnme postponed rain.
First game R. If. E.
Brooklyn li 15 1
Boston 2 0 2
Pfel'fer and Meyers; Tyler nnd
Second gnme R. H. E.
Brooklyn 4 11 1
Boston' 0 4 1
Smith and Miller; Rudolph, Black
bum and (iowdv.
C'hicngo-Pittsbiirg postponed wet
R. H. E.
("nicinnnti 14 2
St. Louis C 15 0
Toney nnd Wingo; Meadows nnd
R. H. E.
New York 2 9 1
Philadelphia 8 14 2
Russell, Love and Wnlters; Myers
R. II. E.
Boston 0 2 1
Washington 0 2 0
Shore and Cady; Show and Henry,
(t'nlled end sixth rain).
R. H. E.
St. Louis .". 0 4 0
Detroit 3 4 0
Groom, Hamilton nnd Rumler; Mitch
ell and Spencer.
WANTS RETURN MATCH
Idaho Falls, Idaho, Sept. 8. Fred
Beel was clamoring for a return wrest
ling match with Mike Yokel today, aft
er having been forced to quit in their
bout last night, because of injuries.
The men met at the light heavy
Beel took the first fall in 42 min
utes with a full Nelson. Yokel won
the second fall in 21 minutes with an
arm. and crotch hold. He slammed Beel
so hard on the mat that his opponent
was unable to come back for the third
struggle. Beel said his shoulder was
$100 FOR EACH HOME RUN.
Dubuque, Iowa, Sept. 8. So anxious
are the fans of this city to have the
Chicago White Sox win the American
league pennant that they have arranged
to give $100 in cn9h for every home
run made by a White Sox player.
Manager Clarence Rowland and
Pitcher Faber of the Sox came from
ONLY VETERAN ON FIELD.
Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 8. Captain
Dadmun, guard, was the only veteran
to show up for first football practice
at Soldiers' Field yesterday. Twenty
men comprise the Harvard squad which
answered first call.
Tennis Experts Make
Some Good Showings
Despite threatening rains, the third
annual tournament of the Salem Ten
nis association carried out its sched
ule yesterday and this morning with
but few rhanges. Several men 's sing
les were awarded by default, and the
expert players from Portland and Seat
tle had but very little trouble whea
playing against local talent.
Yesterday afternoon the games were
as follows: .
Paul Bond defeated Ralph Kewland
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PHONE 937 For wood saw.
HARRY Window cleaner. Phone
HAY BALING Done by Contract. Call
TRESPASS Notices for sale at Jour
nal office. tl
WANTED Good set of work harness.
Sam Stollcr, R. 5, box 157. sept9
FOR RENT One room house for light
housekeeping. Phone 1532W. sept 8
FURNISHED Or unfurnished 5 room
strictly modern flat. Call 1737W.
CANNING PEACHES Delivered or in
the orchard. Phoae 83F5. G. O. Boyce
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms. 094 N. Com i;' Phone 2454 W.
EXPERIENCED DAIRYMAN Want
ed. Phone 752, or call 827 S. Com'l
WANTED Two families for picking
prunes, good house to live in. Phone
FOR SALE 150 black locpst posts.
Make nie an offer. Address B. h.
care Journal. , seutO
WANTED Used high school American
Hist, and Eng. books H and 4. Wood
fin, 204 State. scptS
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, new modern house. Phone
745.1 or call after 5:30 p. m. 910 N.
FOR SALE 5 room house and 2 lots,
wood siied, barn and chicken house,
$350 cash will handle it. Address E.
care Journal. septll
BARTLET PEARS Aud Gravcnstein
apples for sale 50 cents per bushel.
Bring boxes. . First house north of
D St. on Park St. P. E. Byrnes. sepS
W. 1.. aicuonnm uereaieu ... Biean
(i 3, 01.
Claire Shannon defeated F. B. Tlnel-
sen 0 1, tt 3.
Paul Smith deieateu J. v. nuroison,
fi 2, 75.
A. S. Frohmun uerentca c. a. fiein
eta 5 7, 0 1, 00.
Women's singles, first round:
Mrs. W. L. Northrup defeated Miss
Stella Frohman 01, 03.
Miss Irene Campbell defeated Miss
Mariun Howe, 0 2, 03.
Miss Mary Findley defeated Miss
Agnes McBride, 6 4, 02.
Men's doubles, first round:
Bates and Guiss defeated Young and
Stewart. 0 1, 40, 01.
This morning the playing was as fol
lows: In men's singles, C. Shannon defeated
Paul Smith, 61, 01.
C. C. Harrisoa defeated Bates, 3 6,
0 4, (i 0.
Chester M. Cox defeated Ercel W.
Kay, 97, 03.
In the men's doubles the score was
Bond and Bond defeated Steinmetz
and Harrison, 63, 80.
In the women's singles, Miss Irene
Campbell defeated Miss Mary Findley,
The last set of this afternoon is
scheduled for 4:45 o'clock in a women's
doubles, Miss Irene Campbeil and Miss
Alice McBride vs. Mrs. W. I. Northrup
and Mrs. R. T. Stafford.
Visiting players will be the guests
of the Salem Tennis club at a dinner
dance thie evening at the Marion ho
tel. "THE OLD RELIABLE"
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FOR SALE 5 cows, .3 -fresh now, 2
soon, 771 if. Com'l St. - .sept8
WANTED- Family for prune picking;
. and dryer men. Phone 12F5. ... geptS
FURNISHED Apartments, also bara
suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage.
WANTED Lady solicitors to work ia
Salem. Apply at 770 So. Commercial
BOARD AND ROOM For elderly or
feeble men. Address F. M. care
FOR SALE Baled wheat and oat
straw. Fred Hartmau, Turner road.
Phone 2509W3. sept!
WANTED 50 horse power return tu
bular boiler, must be in pood condi
tion. Phone 71. sept9
FURNISHED Rooms and housekeep
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elose in, 160 Court. tt
ADS under this heading le a word.
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FOR SALE 10 registered Berkshire
hogs and 22 fine pigs. Will sell all
reasonable. Phone 11FU. sept 1 3
PEACHES Too ripo to ship, 50c a
bushel if you pick them yourself, M.
C. Petteys, Wallace road. sept 13
FOR SALE Bay mare 6 years old,
fine driver,, price $80.00. Phone be
tween 6 and 9 a. m. 20F22-. septlS
FOR SALE Good, fresh milk cow and
young stock, and beef stock; also
some work horses. Phone 84F2. septH
25 HOP PICKERS Wanted for Hol
man & Williams big yard at Eola,
fine hops, good picking. Phone 812.
WANTED Plow team and harness
two weeks for feed and reasonable
hire. P. A. Reinhart, Kt. 9, phono
PEACHES Come to the orchard with,
boxes or phone your order to 56F14.
N. C. Petteys, la miles north on
LOST On tho Wheatland-Salem road,
a pack containing bedding and camp
ing outfit, reward for return to Jour
nal office. sept8
PEACHES Come to the orchard with
boxes or phone your order to 50F14
N. C. Petteys, Vj miles north on
Wallace road. sept9
FOB SALE 3 half truck Studaba
er wagon. Will trade for heavier
wagon, cordwood or stumpage. 2788
Lee. Phone 1322-J. tt
FOR RENT 7 room house, gas, elec
tric lights, some furniture, two
blocks from high scnool. Call 745 N.
Church St. O. A. Wood. sept8
FOR SALE Or rent, modern five room
bungalow near Grant school, in good
repair. Will sell on terms or rent. B.
H. Mills, at Spaulding Logging Co.
BOUGHT, SOLD AND TRADED
Second hand mens' clothing, jewelry,
musical instruments, tools, guns etc.
Capital Exchange, 337 Court St.
Phone 493. septll
FOB RENT Furnished or unfurnished
Bleeping rooms, office rooms and
housekeeping rooms, reasonable rates)
W. H. Norris, Bee. Hubbard bldg.
Boom 304. tl
FOR SALE Canning peaches. Imlah,
Fruit Farm, half mile north of west
end of steel bridge on Wallace road,
bring your boxes. Phone 52F11. Jaa,
FOR RENT One of the best 250 aero
farms in the valley, over 200 acres
plow land, known as Isaac Durbia
farm on Howell Prairie. Louis Bech
tel, 347 State. tt
LOST Between the Liberty store and
Palmer ranch; black purse containing
some gold and silver, reward if re
turned to J. P. Murphy, care Geo.
Palmer, R. F. D. 4. septa
FOR SALE Or trade, a Tillamook)
dairy farm, stocked, 2 barns and
hay, 2 tunning streams, small cheesa
factory, only miles to school;
would exchange for small farm in
valley, Address K. care Capital Jour
100 ACRE Improved farm all in cul
tivation, Vi mile to school, all fene
ed woven wire, some machinery,
stock and household goods, $12,500.
Will take house and lot or small im
proved place close in. W. H. Williams
Turner, Oregon. septa
FOR 8ALE 18 acres of well improved
land, 5 miles east of Salem, one half
mile south of tho Yeoman station,
all in cultivation, well fenced, hodsv
and barn, good well of water on back
porch. A snap if taken at once. Prica
$2500, $1500 will handlo it. Enqnira
of A. L. Schulz, route 6, phone 60F1S
100 HOP PICKERS Wanted on tha
Horst ranch at Independence, tha
largest hop ranch in Oregon, to re
place registered pickers who failed
to come account threatened railroad
strike. We have 567 acres to pick:
and will start on the 7th and pick
about 20 days. Our crop is good and
clean, on high trellis and we furnish,
baskets, wood, tent, apples, pure
j water and clean sanitary camp
grounds with large camp stove, all
free. ....... Beptl3