Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1918)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1918.
I THE JOURNALS NEW TODAY
GEDIUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM f OR RESULTS:
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES
Bate per word New Today: j
Oae week (6 insertions)
r .k OA l...Avt;..nc
-sponsible for more than one insertion,
for errors in Clarified Advertisements, j
Jead your advertisement tlie first day;
appears and notity us ininieuiaitiy.
Minimum charge Inc.
BABBITS for sale at 991 N Cottage. 6-2
WANTED Young woman for house
keeper. 576 Laurel St. 9-4
WANTED Two huskvy boys about 16,
years old. Cherry City Bakery Co. 9-4
WANTED Experienced saleslady for
drvss goods dept. Gale & Co. '9-3
FOR RENT 3 rooms furnished-, mod
era. 332 N 12th.
FALL and winter pasture for horses
and cattle. Phone 2219. ' 9-2
WANTED To rent small farm east of
Salem. Rt. 6, box 146, Salem. 9-3
HOP PICKERS wanted. Phone 53F11.
Adam Orey, Rt. 8. If
FIB WOOD for sale. Phone 51F13 or
50F3 after 8 p. m. Chris Petersen, tf
FOB SALE 2 Shropshire bucks. C. C.
Bussell, Wacoada. Or. Phone 3l'3. tf
FURNISHED fiats for rent. Call 1737
WANTED Veal calves and fat cntle.
Phono 1376W. 9-8
FOB SALE Ash wood 7, $7.50 per
cord. Phono 1096J. 9-6
GOOD pasture for cows on the L. K.
Page estate. Phepe 44F22. tf
COL. W. F. WEIGHT, the auctioneer.
Turner, Oregon. Phom 59. tf.
ton SALE A $2000 house and lot for
$1000 cash. See Ben West, assessor's
office. 9 2
WANTED A pair of good secondhand
buggy shafts. Phone 45F14. John Gi
rardin, Turner. 9-2
FOB TRADE Or sale, good driving
and saddle mure for cow. Phone
2500W5 or box 162, Salem. - 9-6
MANURE for the hauling. Inquire
Spaulding' barns on South Comn.er-
WANTED Middle aged woman to
keep house for man and 11 year old
boy. Inquire room 7, Baker Apts. 9-2
ALBERTA peaches this week, only; sP
ply limited; Vj miles north of bridge
on Wallace road. M. C. Petteys. tf
WANTED To buy a Brunswick or oth
er good used phonograph. Phone 142
Address 1041 S. 13th. 9-4
FOR SALE Extra good cow, 5 years
old, freshens Sept. 7. Phone 65F11. S.
8. Arnold. tf
FOUND Money on Mountain Dew farm
Owner can have same by properly de
scribing and paying this ad. W. H
Egan. Phone 3F11. 9-7
FOR SALE Purebred and grade Shrop
shire and Cotswold rams. Albert Sav
age, Silverton. 9 1
WANTED; Plain sewing by th0 day.
Phono 2166. Residence 1120 Chcmeke
ta St. , 9-9
BOY of 16 or over wanted at Journal
office to carry paper route. Apply at
SALESMAN, collector wanted for Ma
rion and Yamhill counties. Call 333
WALL PAPER 13 cents per double roll
spwsjd. Buren's Furniture Store, 179
.WANTED Man and team, can make
from $8 to $9.50 per day. Call phone
4X51 Turner. tf.
HOUSEKEEPING apartments and
ingle rooms, nicely furnished, at
033 Ferry street. tf.
ftVO and three rjom furnished apart
ments. 491 N Cottage. Phone 2203-
FOR SALE Rye for seed, c lb., sacks
extra. C. C." Russell, Waconda, Or.,
Phone 3F3. tf
WANTED Girl or woman for house
work, good wages; write or call Mrs.
W. C. Garbc, 1226 E. Burnside, Port
MIDDLE aged widow with small boy
wishes position as housekeeper in
small family. Phone 1162W or address
A. A. 495 S. 12th St., Salem. 9-2
FOB SALE At bargain, 6 room modern
bungalow, large log, garage, one block
from paved street, 2 blocks to car line
An ideal home for little money. Ad
dress A. J. 20 care JeurnaL tf
GOVERNMENT eivil service examina-
tionn Oreeron in September, Govern-
ment chjrk, railway mail, teacher, im-
migrant inspector, typewriter, re-
search clerk, Salary $1200 $2000. Ex-
nerience unnecessary. Men. women de-
irinff government nositions write for!
free particulars, J. C. Leonard (former '
rivil service examiner.) 1039 Kenois
Building, Washington, D, C,
L0ST - A buch of keys, on ring and
chain. Return to the. Journal office
and receive reward.
VAXTED-Hop pickers, picking will
eommenee Sept. 2d at II.
vard. Phono 71i'3.
FOR SALE Good wrk and driving
mare,, harnvss and wagon, 2 shoats
and nousehold furniture H. M. Foiiot,
Rt. 6, box lOiA. 9-i
WANTED Party to harvest erop dry
bvans on shares. Beans now ready to
pick. Phone 1332J, call 623 N Win
TWO boys over sixteen desired for mes
senger work during state fair at fair
grounds. Apply Chief Operator, The
Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co. - 9-2
FOR SALE Your choice of tw0 full
blood Jersey cows, also one work
mare, cheap. Phone 108F31. Rt. 4,
box 33. 9-3
(V ANTED Hop pickers in Eiver bot
tom yard, picking good; will move
pickers to and from yard.. Downing
and "Eoff. Phone 1283 or 97. 9 4
MAN and wife wanted for general farm
work, everything furnished and work
steady. Phone Jefferson 30F22, W. J.
Turnidgc, Talbot, Or. 9-7
WANTED To rent modern 6 or 7 room
house or bunalow with access to gnr
ngo, for family of three. Address
Shaw, box 36 or phone 22F23. 9-2
FOR RENT Nico modern seven rojin
house, six lots, good well with wind-
. mill, good orchard, barn, chicken hons
es, four blocks from Highland school.
Inquire at 1079 Chemckcta St. or
phone 14. 9 2
HOP pickers wanted, five miles fn m
town, 100 acres, 50c a box. Call on
Hop Lee, 436 Ferry to register. Lee
Hi.i.g, Rt. 8, box 98, Salem. Picking
starts Sept. 7. 9-6
FOR 5'j per cent farm loans, see the
Manon-Polk county national farm
loan association. W. D. Smith, 303
Salem Bank of Commerce bldg. tf
5 GOOD men wanted for factory work
long job at good wages. Call at room
303 Salem Bank of Com. bldg., or
phone 482, agent, W. D. Smith. tf
WANTED To enr. grain land, from 2
to 6 hundred acres, either cash or
grain rent. Also want to buy some
small pigs. Adam Orey, Et. 8, Phone
WANT TO EXCHANGE
NEW STORAGE BATTERY
FOR FIB WOOD
ADDRESS F. S. CARE
FOR RENT 1000 acres river bottom
land, or any portion thereof, for one
or more years. Terms cash. We would
prefer renters who wish to grow veg
etnbles, as wo now have vegetable
drying plant located on ranch. Ad
dress E. Clemens Horst Co., Inde
pendence, Or. 8-31
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Scaled bids for constructing a frame
waivhouse 40 feet by 80 feet with con
crete floor to be limit near the state
prison, will be received by the Oregon
Statu Highway commission at 11
3 'clock a. m. on September 10, 1918, at
its offiee 1301 Yeon Building, Portland,
Bidders must accompany bid with
cash, bidder's bond, or certified check
for an amount equal to at least five
(3 per cvnt) per cent of the total
amount of the bid.
A corporate surety bond will be re
quired for tho faithful performance of
the contract in a sum equal to one half
the amount of the bid.
Plans, specifications and forms of con
tract; proposal blanks and full inuirnia-
tion may be obtained at the office of
the State Highway commission state
house, upon deposit of five ($5.00) dol
lars. The right is reserved to rejvict any or
all proposals or to accept the proposal
or proposals deemed best for the elate
STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION.
8. BENSON, Chairman.
W. L. THOMPSON, Commissioner
R, A. BOOTH, Commission-er.
Attest: HERBERT NUNN,
State Highway Engineer
Aug 28-31 Sep 2-5-7-9
To. whom it may concern: Yon are
hereby notified that John W. Sehwa-
baucr and Mary Anna Schwabauer
have made application to the county
court of Marion county, Oregon, to
have their names changed to John Bow-
erg and Mary Anna Bowers, Also to
have the names of their two sons cbang
ed from .Oliver John Schwabauer to
Oliver John Bowers and from Clarence
John Schwabauer to Clarence John
Bowers and you are further notified
that this notice is served pursuant to
an order of sail county court. V ll
Attorney for Petitioners.
The Journal classified a (la art
great favorites with people who
do things Try one.
frE- for smuU faTf
FOR SALE First clas9 baled oat lav
Thonc 76F11. U3
TRI CK driver wanted at state insti
tution for f Able minded, call or tele
phone lti6. 9-4
ROOM house and 2, lots in West Sa
lem to sell, will take 1 cow and team
as part pav. V. F. Thomas, Rt. 2, box
FOR SALE Fireproof safe, Marietta
safe cabinet, scientists underwriter's
fire test model. A bargain if taken at
once. Phone 123.
WANTED To rent farm of 73 to 200
acres. Prefer a dairy ranch equipped
but will consider grain ranch. Have
good equipment. Address C care Jour
FOR SALE 1914 Ford roadster or tour
ing ear $300; 19J4 Studebaker $373.
Highway Garage, 1000 S. Cora'l.
Phone 355. tf
WANTED 3 men in prune dryer, good
wages, i or 6 ia.m lies to pick up
prunvs pr.ee 10c bushel Ten s furn-
shed Wood, water and good camp-
2 nr A families tn
ing place. Phone 11F24 or call Coolys
FOR SALE Five passenger Reg. All
new tires. Fine mechanical condition.
Electric equipment, with starter.
This is a sacrifice sale and if yon
want a first class buy cheap,' call 81
and ask for Mills, or see car at North
western Garage. tf.
TO SELL FURNITURE OF MY
BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED HOME
INCLUDING EDISON PHONO
GRAPH AND VULCAN GAS RANGE
ALL HIGH CLASS FURNITURE
AND THE SAME AS NEW. RESI
DENCE FOR RENT. 757 CENTER.
YOUNG LADIES WANTED.
PERMANENT POSITIONS. '
NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
PAID WHILE LEARNING
RAPID INCREASE IN WAGES
CALL AT TELEPHONE COMPANY
170 NORTH LIBERTY tf
State House Notes
Application to increase its. express
rates over tho Sumpter Valley railroad
was filed today by thj American Rail
way Express company with the public
service commission. The company asks
to practically double its commodity ex-
pres4 rates and to increase its class
rates until they are one and one halt
timvs as much as the first c'ass freight
rates. In some instances now, it is point
ed out, the express rates are less than
tho first class freight rates and the re
sult is that many packages which
should be shipped by freight are being
sent by express.
Th0 net. income of tho O. W. R. & N.
for the year.of 1917 was $1,141,337, ac
cording to the annual report the com
pany filed today with the public service
Tl.-e company reicived from operat
ing revenues the sum of $2,097,09,
which was an increase of $3,216,837 over
the revenues of the preceding year. Its
operating expenses amounted to $14,-
878,198, an iucreaso of $1,838,350. .
Gross income for the year was $0,
977,675, from which deductions of $',
836,337 were made for interest and oth
er .obligations, leaving the net nicomv
Alleging that the water system is too
small for the town, the city of Prine
villc has filed a complaint with the pub
lic service commission against the Dvs-
chutes Power eompany, which supplies
water for the city. The complaint al
leges that there is not enough water for
domestic sis during thv irrigalion sea
son and the town is without adequate
Liberty Loan Posters
To Be Seen Soon
Within a few days there will be
shown in the city the four attractive
as well as impressive Fourth Liberty
loan posters, all calling attention to
some of the numberless reasons why
everyone should support the govern
ment in purchasing Fourth Liberty loan
."That Liberty Shall not Perish from
the Earth" is the title of the large
poster showing the statue of Liberty
in ew lork harbor in the midst of a
bombing expedition with New York
city enveloped in flames and the Ger
man airplanes flying over the city.
"Beat Back the Hun with Liberty
Bonds." This poster shows a brutal
Hun soldier climbing over an enclos
ure. His fingers are -dripping in .blood
and bis bayonet shows the stains of
his blody work. He wearg the regu
lation spiked Hun helmet and has the
look of a beast.
' "Keep These Off the U. S. A." tells
the story of what would happen if
tho German soldier, landed in the Unit
ed States- It i that of a Hun's bloody
boot blood stained decorated on the
body of the boot with the German
eagle- The picture is that of a boot
only but most suggestive.
"Must Children Die and Mothers
Plead in Vain" is a poster of a mother
in her wrecked borne with two children
clinging to her in their terror. It is
a vivid picture of what has happened
in Belgium,' ,
CHINESE in OF
Is Attacktd As He Leaves
Chinese flub. Died In
Victoria, B. C, Sept. 2- As he was
stepping from the Chinese club where
he had been dining with friends and
consular officers, Tang Hui Lung, min-
ister of education for China and former
minister of the interior, was assassin
ated by Mah Chew, a barber, at 7:30
Mah Chew, who stood in waiting fo;
the minister, fired two shots with
deadly effect, one bullet penetrating
the jaw and the other the breast, lanss
Hui Lung, died within 15 minutes. Mah
Chew committed suicide. The motive
of the murder is said to be political.
Rebels Behind Murder.
San Francisco, Sept- 2. Tang Hui
Lung, Chinese minister of education,
probably was assassinated at the in-
stignation of South China rebels, local
f fc u h of T Jvie.
R c ni
i I tin n nniarpr nr iiufii I inn wmx uc-
lieved to be seeking financial aid on
this continent to quell the revolution
in Southern China where opposition to
the present eovernnient has become
t City News t
Business was not very rushing at the
police station during August. The ar
rests were 11, compared to 14 for Aug
ust of one year ago. The receipts were
$45. Of this amount, $10 was contrib
uted by a second hand firm and $5 for
becoming too loud with a motorcycle
during a band concert and a speedster
$5. Another speedster contributed $5
and two plain drunks paid $10 each
for tho privilege of staying a while in
the city cooler-
Mike Basmujpn of the Elks' lodge
writes from the Presidio California, as
follows: "I am enjoying my army life.
Have finished my course at school and
for the present am stationed at the
Presidio within 73 feet, nf the boy.
Orin A. LaCourse was sent to IFt.
Leavenworth and Frank DeWitt to Sam
Antonio, Texas. At the Presidio we
were invited to front one to three dan
ce a week and also to a party or
When it comes to temperature and
rainfall, July and August of this
month were strikingly alike. For in
stance, for each month the mean max
imum temperature was 77 an-a lor eacn
month the mean minimum was 55. Tte
rainfall for each month was .67 of an
inch and the greatest amount of pre
cipitation during any 24 hour period
for each month was exactly the same,
.60 of an inch.
When the weather is fine and noth
ing special going on in the city, there
are but few fire alarms- sent into the
fire department. During the month of
August eight fire calls wure received,
but fortunately there was but little
loss. Rubbish and grass fires were re.
sponsinble for several calls and a gas
lighter for another. The only real dam
agj by fire during the month was at
tlie home of Ab Magers on Aug. 23,
where a fire caught in a wood lift ami
burned to some extent the contents of
one room. Less fires are reported din
ing July than any other month of the
year and the greatest number during
December. Rough weather is rntlwr sure
to cause a number of fire oinrmg vhil
for settled condition as in August,
there arfi jit few calls.
A corn crop almost equal to that of
the famous Wabnrh vallvy and the Illi
nois prairies may ,k found on Central
Howell prairie and in the district to
wards Lake Lnbish, according to D. u.
White who did some motoring out into
that section of the country yestCTdiy.
He noted that the iwll cultivated fields
were doing the best. If this year is a
sample of what Oregon can do in the
corn business, Mr. White see8 no reason
why this should not be a givat h8! rais
ing county, bringing the hop up ou lv
er and then fattening with corn.
Dr. C. B. O'Neill, a member of the
Salein Elks lodge writes from the hos
pital training school of Puget Hound
that he is doing some hard work and
hard Vaining the:v days. He write!, the
navy life is great and that he is mighty
glad he is in the s.-rvice.
A member of the Elks lodge noted
while in Portland that on the two ser
vice flags of tl.v Portland Elks lodge,
there was 144 stars. Also the fact that
on the Salem MMvice flag, there are "8
staru, all of which he thought was pret
ty good for Hnl'.-m, considering tnc
memberships of the two lodges.
A grass fire on south Fourteenth
street brought the fire department out
at 2:30 this afternoon.- No damage.
Salem men fared well in the dis
tribution of commissions in the organ
ization of the intelligence department
of the Oregon Guard. Harvey Wells
is advanced to the ranks of major and
A. B. Poole and Mnrray Wade given
commissions as first lieutenants.
Lieut. J. W. Jones of Salem is ad
vanced to the rsnk of Captain. These
officer tre to report tfor duty to
the chief of the intelligence dpan
ment. The intelligence department will
assist th local boards of the state
during the present emergency in lo
cating and arresting desertrs. It will
also mvstigate and report cases
violatres of the espionage act.
P. O. DEPARTMENT GETS SIX SPECIALLY BUILT MAIL FLANES Thv Stnudnrd Aircraft corporal iuiw fo.n.al
ly delivered to the post office department of the United States government the firtft six specially -built airplane mail
carriers. The planvs are of 150 horsepower and have Hispano-Siiiza motors. Thi photograph shows the aviators of
the mail service. Copyright, Committee of Public Information Underwood & Underwood.
Says Many Big Farms
Will Not Be Cropped
The Coming Season
Many of the big farms in the coun
ty will not be plantvd to grain of any
kind on account of the scarcity of la
bor anj especially that kind of labor
that is neeeesary for extensive farming.
This is the statement of one of the lead
ing big farmers ef thu valley. He says
that the farming of large. tracts requires
experienced tractor men and that the
average garage man or ex-office man
cannot do th work
Tho office boy and the business nisn
suddenly placed on a farm, the same au-( to dipatches reaching hero from Mos
thority 8ays, do not fill the bill as they . Tha j:,. ),. ,1,1,,,., i, ;n
are accustomed to shorter hours and
., . ... . i j
men on the oig rarms me invjiperieiiccu
man cannot do the work. Many of the
young farmers who werc experienced
with . result that the extensive farm-,
m.w 11. arraiyim 1
Many large farming tracts of from
600 to 1000 acres will probably not be
cultivated as there ib not tho experienc
ed labor to be found that can undertake
the job. There is a big demand for from
40 to 80 acre tracts but as eacD must
have a house and barn, there isn't
enough to go around. And hence the big
farming tracts to some extent stand a
chance of no cultivation the coming
Asks For Information
And Surely Needs It
It's strange what queer ideas pto
pie even in eastern Oregon have ftrined
regarding the Willamette valley. For
instance, F. J. Chapman, manager of
the Salem Commercial club, is in re
ccipt of a letter today from a man living
near Pendleton who has becone interest
ed in this valley. The man inquires
whether it is true that the valley in
this section is infested with flvas. Then
he wants to know if the report is true
that during the winter time it rains so
hard that it is impossible for one to go
anywhere on account of tho bad roads
Answering hig inquiries, it may be
said that the government has no offi
cial record as to the flea proposition
but there is a record of rainfall and it
is about like this:
Last January it was fairly cloudy al
though there was but 4.39 inches of rain
fall. February of this lear, when rains
are vxpeeted, tho climate lived up to
itB standard witj, a precipitation' of
5.08 inches, about twice the amount
that fell in February of 1917. March
was normal with only 3.51 inches of
rain, and then since that date, the
country has been dry enough to suit f,n
caslern O.vgoniaii, with the following
rainfall: April 1.22 inches, Mnv 1.08
inches, June no rainfall, July .67 of on
i lie I, and August thn sniiie.
Men between the a?, of 18 and 21
and also from 31 to 4.) years or aye
arc to register in their voting pre
finds in the county Thursday Sept. 12.
Those, who are in the city but live
elsewhere may register at the local
recruiting board where their registra
tion will be noted and papers given
the registrant. But it will be up to
the registrant to see that hi local
board gets his papers bv 8 'lit. 12. For
one who does not live in this part
of the county, in Division No. 1, the
registering here is a matter of con
venience io snvo nun tiih ir'Miuio oi
returning to his home. But the local
board does not assume that the in
formation will reach the board of tlie
registrant- That is up to him
The question of where to register
is easily settled, as in every voting
precinct in the county there will be
a registering board of four people. Jn
Salem, where there are 18 precincts,
tbo registering booth will to at the
places h hi-re votes were cast in county
and state clc-tioiis.
Bert Smith who has been serving
as motorcycle eon for the city has re
signed and is now a deputy sheriff
and will serve as motorcycle cop for
the county. Instead of loking for thi
speedrter in the city ho will keep an
ev out for the speed maniac on the
Someone oat on Mission and Fif
teenth street believes in telling his
troubles to the police- A rejKirt came
in to headquarters late last night that
"a don out here is making himself
very much despised." It was suggest-
If'ed that the police look into the com-
plaint and make proper disposition of
" w" q v. A
General Seminoff Defeats Bcl
sheviki Army And Has It.
On The Run
Amsterdam, Sept. 2 Five thousand
SkH-Aal Revolutionaries have been ar-
rested and cntcneed to death, according
, av..f, : ,i. ...,, . . ,
oe executed if the partv uersists in
activities opposed to the soviet govern-
. ' ."V-'T unit8. Pat'ollin8 them.
in un tilO 11 IO IClUBill 111UOUI.1.
Amsterdam, Sept. 2. General Biusil
off, former commaniler-iii-chief of the
Russian armies, has been arrested on
suspicion of being connected with
counter-revolutionary activities in Rus
sia, according to a dispatch from Mos
A Berlin dispatch declared red guards
have murdered the ari'hbishop and lead
ing priests of the Russian Orthodox
church at Riga.
Bemenoir is victor.
London, Sept. 2. Tho capture by
General Semenoff's cavalry of Hnd
abular, Chiuadant, Daluchcsi and ihnr
akal stations, wes reported in undated
dispatches received today from Harbin.
The enemy is retiring across tho Onon
river, the dispatch adds.
Americans in Fighting.
Vladivostok, Aug- 31. American
troops entered the battle aguinst the
Bolsheviki along the Ussuri front on
Tuesday, August 27, it was announced
Japs Capture Town.
Tokio, Aug. 31. General Semenoff 's
anti-Bolshevik troops have captured
Dutirin, on the Ussuri river, and tho
Japanese have captured Himakova, etist
of Lke Huiika, it was learned here to-
lay. The enemy lett 300 dead on the
; r, ...
: I ' i . TO. 1
" I ' TV i
I I. 55 U M
FASHION NOTE FROM FARltJA st)vl helmet Red Cross nursing gown pa
iamas and hospital slippers are strictly in style as a morning walking outfit
at the portablj tent hospital,- provide! by American Red Cross near tho
front. A walking cane is permitted those who are a trif!u lame,
, Copyright, Underwood & Vnderwod
slHMii ;'iwt..-urvj.:... t
' V t ,
field at Kimakovka. 'Fifty Japanese
were killed and 120 wounded in the
Helps the Prisoners.
Harbin, Manchuria, Aug. 31 Tho
arrival of allied troops at the Man-
huiitttt border has given addition:
(Veeho-Slovaks prisoners in Central
Siberia a chance to rise against tho
Bolsheviki, according to reports re
ceived here today.
These Czechs have attacked the Bol
sheviki, who are reported retreating tu
Petrograd and Kiahhtka.
Three Oregon Men With
Ottawa. Out, Sept. 2. The follow,
ing Americans appear in today's Can
adian casualty Wat:
Killed in action: H. Wilson, Saa
Francisco; J. G. Goode San Francisco;
D. Mitchell, Dunsmuir, Cal.; W. J.
Miller, Metcalfe, Ari.
Wounded in action: H. H. Hill, Los
Angeles; J. D. Clancy, Portland, Or-;
T. B. Perkins, Frar.er, Idaho; E. J.
McPhee, Mcdford, Or.; T. Rodgers,
Kalispell, Mont.; R. .1- Kragear, San
l)icg, Cal.; G. Papadakis, Man Fra
cisco; H. P. Miller, Seattle; H. Stinton,
Beverly Hills, Cal.;
Ill: O. Burton, Summer, Or.
DON'T GIVE A PICNIC
FOR ALL THE INSECTS
TH3 DRYING PRODUCT SHOULD EE
ICUUfcHtD WITH CHE6SEC1-OTH
TACKED TO A FRAME POU PRO
TECTION FROM OUST ANO FLNIMG
Get the free drying book the Na
tional War Garden Commission of
Washington will send for a two
cent stamp for postage, and learn all
H" .... "4. .
. ? i i