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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1913.
a man was foolish to buy
plug of the' Gravely class
when he could get a big
plug of ordinary tobacco
for the same money. But
one day Bill gave him a
chew of Gravely just two
or three small squares.
Then Ike got the pure, sat
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in 3 pouch
t City News
$c 5c sfc sjt ifc 5c jc sc (t sjc sjc- s j)c ijc sc 5t
In the casualty list today from Ore
gon, appears the name of Chester A. E.
Sipimons of Salem. Mrs. Louisa Sim
mons of rural route 3 is given as next
It is probable that a number of the
TVillamette university S. A. T. C. stu
dents who were sent to Waco, Texas,
for special officers' training, will be
lome by Christmas.- Mis. Carl Gregg
l)oney is in receipt of a wiio from her
son Paul Doney, that ho had been giv
en his honorable discharge and that
le' would probably leave for home
bout Dec. 21. It is understood that
relatives of others Who went to Waco
for the special training havo received
word that they would be home by
Christmas. Fifteen of the Willamette
8. A. T. C. boys left but a few weeks
go to take tho special course in train
ing for commissions. .
. . o :
L. J. Chapin who has been in charge
of the four annual Marion county corn
shows, announces that the fifth auiiuel
will be held during the second week of
December. Monday and Tuesday of the
week will be given to receiving exhib
its and preparing them. It is thought
that by Wednesday Dec. 11 all exhib
its will bo placed and the exhibit open
to the public. Mr. Chapin says this has
been, an exceptionally fine year for
torn and that the exhibits will be of a
higher grade than any of the former
shows. A few years ago it was a com
mon saying that Oregon could "raise
anything in the world excepting corn
There geemg to bo some misunder
standing as to the weight of Christmas
packages that may be sent across the
water. According to the rulings of the
post office department as well as the
war department, for American soldiers
in the American army, the limit is
three pounds and the final day for
S"najin, the last day of . November.
For Americans who happen to be en-,
listed in the English, French or Italian
army, or for Red Cross workers in
these armies, the limit is eleven pounds
But for Americans in ; M. , A. ser
vice, Bed4Cross or in actual army ser
vice with the American expediftmary
forces, the limit is the regular three
From August, 1917. to October 1,
1918, Pacific coast shipyards furnished
408 vessels of 2,276,362 tonnage
Thirty-three Y. M. C. A. workers 29
men and four women, gave up their
Jives in the war service abroad.
THIN, NERVOUS PEOPLE
What Ii Is and How It Increases Weight, Strength and Nerve Force
In Two Weeks' Time In Many Instances
SHOULD BE PRESCRIBED BY EVERY DOCTOR
AND USED IN EVERY HOSPITAL.
Says Editor of "Physician's Who's Who."
Take plain bitro-phosphate is the ad
vice of physicians o ,thin, delicate,
nervous people who lack vim, energy
and nerve force, and there seems to be
ample proof of the efficacy of this
preparation to warrant the recommen
dation. Moreover, if we judge from tho
countless preparations and treatments
which are continually being advertis
ed for the purpose of making thin peo
ple fleshy, developing arms, neck and
bust, and replacing ugly hollows and
angles . by the soft curved lines of
health and beauty, there are evidently
thousands of men and women who keen
ly feel their excessive thinness.
Thinness and weakness are usually
due to-starved nerves. Our bodies need
more phosphate than is contained in
modern foods. Physicians . claim there
is nothing that will supply this de
ficiency so well as the organie phos
nhatfl known amonz drueeists. as "bitro-
phosphate, which is inexpensive and is
old by most ell druggists onder a
guarantee of satisfaction or money
hack., By feeding the acrves directly
isfying Gravely taste. It .
lasted so long, you can't
tell him nowadays that it
costs him anything extra
to chew Real Gravely.
It (Ml further tlut'$ why you
can ft the food taste this clou
eftsiaecu without extra cwC
While Salem has not as yet subscrib
ed its quota of $37,500 for the United
war fund, things are looking a little
brighter as the total pledges up to this
morning amounted to $25,400. Today
was the last lay for tho active cam
paign. Net Much Disposition To
Either Buy Or Sell Stock
' Now York, Nov. 2ft. The New York
Evening Sun financial review today
The market was relatively quiet and
at time strong in tone, although there
wag no character of certainty in prices.
The special issues that hod displayed a
weak tone continued under light pres
sure but there was not much disposi
tion either to buy or sell stocks. Unit
ed States Steel common was moderate
ly firm throughout the trading with a
net gain of more than a point.
Campaign expense statements filed
today with Bocretnry of State Olcott
include one from Louise Palmer Weber,
secretary of the Pierce for Governor
campaign committee, which, shows expenditures-totaling
$1,785 made in be
half of the oandidacy of Walter M.
Pierce for governor..-
Governor Withycombe's personal
campaign expcnlitures amounted to
$100, according to the statement, ho
Other campaign expense statements
were filed as follows: w
John S. Coke, justite of supreme
court to fill vacancy, $428.77.
! Angusf Nikula, labor commissioner,
Robert G. Morrow, circuit judge, 4th
district, dept. No. 2, republican, $115J
H. A. Dedman, representative 16th
district, republican, nil.
W. G. Aylsworth, representative 17th
district, sociali'st, 3c,
John B. Coffey, representative 18th
district, republican-democrat, $15.
Robert A. Miller, representative 18th
district, democratic-prohibition, nil.
J. P. Newell, representative 18th dis
trict, prohibition-national, $40.75. .
Eugene E. Smith, representative IRth
H, S. . Warren, representative, 18th
district, socialist, nil. ;
Mrs. Alexander Thompson, represent
ative. 29tn district, democratic, $84.34
Walter B. Jones, state senator. 3d
district, independent-democratic, $63.
25. W. T. Vinton, state senator 10th dis
Norborne Berkeley, state senator 19th
district, democratic, $11.
and by supplying the body joelU with
the necessary phosphoric food elements
bitro-phospbate quickly . produces a
welcome transformation in the appear
ance;, .the increase in weight fre
quently being astonishing. ,
Clinical test made in St. Catherine's
hospital, N. Y. C, showed that two pa
tients gained in weight 23 and 27
pounds, respectively, through the ad
ministration of this organic phosphate;
both patients claim they have not felt
as strong and well for tho past twelve
years. - - '
This increase in weight al?o carries
with it a general improvement in the
health. Nervousness, sleeplessness and
lack - of energy, which nearly always
accompany excessive thinness, soon dis
appear, dull eyes become bright and
pale cheeks glow with the bloom of
Physicians and hospitals everywhere
are now rceoznizintr it merits bv its
use in ever increasing quantities. Fred
erick Kolle, M. i., editor ot isew xotk.
Physician's "Who's Who," says:
"Bitro-phosphate should be prescribed
by every doctor and used-in every hos
Red Cross Directors Were
Chosen This Afternoon
At the annual meeting of the mem
bers of Willamette ehapter, American
Bed ross held this afternoon at the
Commercial club, the following were
unanimously elected to serve as a board
of directors for the coming year:
Mrs. M. L. Meyers. Salem; Mrs.
George H. Burnett, Salem; Dr. Sta
ples, Turner; Mrs. Ringo, Stayton; Mrs.
C. A. McLaughlin, Independence; Mrs.
Sherman Swank, Aunisville: Dr. A. K.
Starbnek, Dallas'; Mrs. Daddler, Auro
ra; Mrs. F. A. Elliott, Salem; F. E. Cal
lister, Silverton; B. E. Smith, Independ
ence;. F. T. Wrightman. Salem; Mrs.
Austeen, Monmouth; Mr. Foreman,
Woodbnrn; D. -H. Loonev, Jefferson;
Mrs, E. E. Fisher, Salem; . H. Dan
cy, Salem; T. K. Ford, Salem and Mrs.
B. O. Sehucking, Salem.
The board will meet within a few
days and elect the chairman for the
coming year and the executive com
mittee of eeen.
There was a general feeling that now
more than ever should the work of the
Fed Cross be maintained at the pres
ent or even a higher standard. As to
the Bed Cross pledges, it was the opitt.
ion that pledges should be paid until
pcaee has 'been actually signed.
J Court House Notes
Turn about seems to be fair play
and the custom in divorce cases. A
few days ago Downer Halferty sueM
Axie Halferty for divorce in the cir
cuit court, but when she asked for suit
money, Mr. Halferty withdrew pro
ceedings and dismissed the case.
Now Mrs. Halferty has instituted suit
in which Bhe alleges they both former-!
ly lived in Wisconsin and for years had
corresponded. That he wanted to mar-'
ry her and sent her money to come to
Orogon and that they were married on
May 3 of this year. J
She allegcg in her petition that he
LOOK YOUNG OR
LOSE YOUR JOB
Your employer regards your gray,
streaked with gray or faded hair with
suspicion. It is a sign of age, waning
powers, inability to think and work
quickly. It handicaps you. Sooner or
later someone younger wil'. get your
"Get rid of the gray in your hair.
You,.can do it with the Q-ban Hair
Color Restorer. Q-ban will bring back
all the youthful dark color and gloss.
More than that, Q-bau is an excellent
scalp stimulant, eradicates dandruff
and gives new life and vigor to the
.Qban is guaranteed not a dye. It
won't stain the scalp, wash or rub off,
and does not prevent shampooing or
waving1. Easily applied Begin the use
of." fhls.'dcligntf ul toilet requisite to
night. It will take years from your
The (mars of Q-ban. have been
known for a generation as specialists
in the treatment of the hair. Sold by
all reliable druggists everywhere on
Money-Back Guarantee. Price, 75c.
New Hampshire democrats demand a
recount in the recent senatorial elec
tion. The navy department has issued an
order discontinuing all Sunday work in
San Francisco 's municipal railway
bonds, amounting to $222,000, were or
dered paid Saturday. '
The tallest man in the United States
army is E. E. Madson of Omaha, Neb.,
He is 7 feet 6 inches tall.
Thousands of acres of farm lands in
the Canadian Northwest. rA hmnor apt.
aside for returning soldiers.
pital to increase strength and nerve
force and to enrich the blood."
Jos. D. Harrigan, former visiting
specialist to North Easterg Dispensa
tory, Bays. "Let thoso who are weak,
thin, nervous, anaemic, or . rundown,
take a natural, unadulterated substance
such' as bitro-phosphate and you will
soon see some astonishing results in
the -increase of nerve energy, strength
of body and mind and power of endur
ance." Bitro-Phosphate is made entirely of
the organic phosphate compound re
ferred to in the National Standard Dis
pensatory as being an excellent tonic,
and nervine and a preparation which
has recently acquired considerable rep
utation in the treatment of the neuras
thenia. The standard of excellence,
strength and purity of its substance is
beyond question, for every Bitro-Phosphate
tablet is manufactured in strict,
accordance with the U. S. Pharma
copoeia test requirements. Bitro-Phosphate
is therefore not a patent medi
cine and should not be confused with
any of the secret nostrums, so-called
tonics of widely advertised "cure
alls." : .
CAUTION: Although Bitro-Phoa-phate
it unsurpassed for relieving nerv
ousness, sleeplessness . and general
weakness, owing to Its remarkable
flesh growing properties it should not
be used by anyone who does not deelre
to put on flesh. -
People Notice It Drive Them Off
with Dr. Edwards'
A pimply face will not embarrass you
much longer it you get a package of Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin should
begin to clear after you have taken the
tablets a few nighta.
Cleanse the blood, the bowelsand the liver
tvith Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the suc
cessful substitute for calomel; there's never
any sickness or pain after taking them.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that
which calomel does, and just as effectively,
but their action is gentle and safe instead
of severe and irritating.
No one who takes Olive Tablets Is
ever cursed with "a dark brown taste,"
a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good"
feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad
disposition or pimply face.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are
a purely vegetable compound mixed
with olive oil; you will know them
by their olive color.
Dr. Edwards spent years among pa
tients afflicted with liver and bowel
complaints, 3nd Olive Tablets ar the
immensely effective result
Take one or two nightly for a week.
See how much better you feel and look,
10c and 25c per box. All druggists. -
Meter Trucks Now Ply
From Portland To Salem
The latest thing now in freight ser
vice is to receive it by motor truck
and have it delivered at your door.
A new motor truck service has been
established between Portland and Sa
lem and will be in charge of Clyde Nel
son one of the incorporators of the
Highways Eapid Transit company. The!
first truck of freight arrived in the
city last evening and carried a capac
Headquarters W'ill bft established in
Salem on Commercial street possibly at
the office of the Mutual Creamery.
For a time one truck will arrive in the
evening and one leave in the morning
for Portland. '
The problem at the beginning of the
service is to secure freight from Salem
to Portland but it is believed that as
soon as it is fully known that the ser
vice is established on a regular sched
ule, that .merchants here will appreci
ate tho advantage oil Saving a service
that will not' only call for but will de
liver tho freight.
soon mistreated hor, called her names,
struck her and fearing for her lifo, sho
left his home Oct. 22. She alleges ia
nor complaint that Halferty is worth
about $10,000 and iB making $4.00 a
day. That he once served in the navy
and is a rough, uncouth man. Sho asks
$2o0 suit money and $o0 a month ali
Ttl tlin (nitTttv il-niivf 41.A nrlminioi.n
trix of the estate nf fcilwnrrl TT.ilforty
was given permission to sell personal
tnects lor casn. ;
In the matter of the estato of D. E.
Swank who died Oct. 28, 1918, Sherman
E. Swank was appointed administrator
Ho is the only heir and next of kin.
The estato is valued at about $13,000.
As appraisers of tho estate 'Judge Bush
eT anuointcd T .K. Ford. Hussnll Cnt-
lin and H. A. Johnson.
' County Superintendent of Schools, ac
companied by J. A. Churchill, state su
perintendent of schools, will complete1
their inspection of county high schools
when they visit tomorrow the Hubbard
and Woodburn schools. These visits
are made annually to ascertain whether
the high schools in the county are being
maintained at the stato liigh school
To bo rated as a standard high Bchool
a school must havo equipment and li
brary up to the requirements of the
states board of education. When this
standard is maintained, the school dis
trict is entitled to draw state money for
tho tuition of non-resident pupils. This
tuition of non-residents is always based
on the number of dayg of the school
year the pupil attends, figured on the
averago cost of education in the high
Besides Salem and Silverton, stand
ard high schools are maintained in tho
following district iu Marion comity:
Jefferson, Turner, Woodburn, Hubbard,
Stayton, Aurora, Scotts Mills and Anis
Steers Are Slow In
. . ' Portland Market
North Portland, Nov. 200. The run
of cattle today consisted of ZOO head,
mostJy fair to medium and common
stuff. Cow stuff is selling strong
while steers are inclined to be a lit
tle slow with an indication of weak
ness. Bcceipts Monday totaled 1700
head. Quotations arc: Prime steers $12
(ffi!2.50; good to choice steers $1112;
medium to good steers $1011 ; "fair
to medium steer $S.509.50; common
to fair steers $G(u.8; choice cows and
heifers $H(a.8.50; medium to good cows
and heifers $6.507..r)0; fair to medium
cows and heifers $5.5flfeH.50 ; cannrs
34; bulls 57j calves ' $912;
stoekers and feeders $6(a8.
The heavy run of hogs continues 700
head counted into the alleys over
night. Mondays receipts totaled 2500
head. The market i( slow and very
much unsettled at this time. Wo quote
the market as follows: Prime mixed
1717.1o; medium mixed $16.75(n)17;
rough heavies $15fel6; pigs $14;15;
Bulk $17.10. ' '
With a nominal run of sheep and
lambs today the market is steady with
an undertone of strength. Quotations
are: Prime lambs $11.5012.50; fair
to medium lambs $S.50(O'lC.50; year
lings 10(541; wethers $9(j10; ewes
$0(58.50 " -'-
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
STATE EKGINFER HAS
Sir lewis Has Held Position
14 YearsIs Moving To
Vale With Family.
John H. Lewis, who has been state
engineer for nearly 14 years, submitted
his resignation to Governor Withy
combe lute yesterday afternoon and to
day the -governor announced the ap
pointment of Percy A. Cupper, assist
ant state engineer, to fill the vacancy.
Mr. Lewis left today with his family
- i . i i. . mi i i . n
iur v ttiu, wucre uu wiu iiavu ciiurge vs.
the construction of the Warmspring Ir
rigation project, in Malheur county.
As Mr. Cupper was elected supcrin-
tendont of water division No. lat the
recent election, his appointment as
stato engineer will mean that the
emor will request tne legislature to
abolish the offiee of water commission
er for this district and transfer the du
ties of the offiee to the state engineer.
When the office of state engineer
was created in 1903, Mr. Lewis was ap
pointed to the position by Governor
Chamberlain, ile was later reappoint
ed, and when the office was made elec-
tive he was twice elected by the people.
The office has again been made appoia-!
tive and Cupper's appointment will bo
lor a lour-ycar lerm,
The state engineer serves a piesv . -dent
of the state water board, secro- evening, Tracy Staats, mayor of the city
tarv of the desert land board and chair- and wh0 wa9 ro-electcd at tho eloction
man of the irrigation securities com- the 5th of the month, tendered his re
mission, signation to that body and thj samo
Mr. Lewis announced that work will was a(!CCpted Mr- stnatB, rsaignivtion
bo commenced next week on the con- leayes tho lac0 to A t p
struction of an arched concrete dam 100 K; the councilman at large and it
ieei juKu Hi ""v
Vale, as a part of the Warmsprings pro-
ject. Tho proposed reservotr will im-
pound sufficient water to irrigate 40,-
000 acres of land in the vicinity of
vale ana untario. uver xoo m
mam cauals will bo built to distribute
the water. '
... 7 i i
Hindenburg Moved uenerai
, , . . ,T o nsUii M.,..t,ni rains sot in. The budgot for the corn
Washington, Nov. 20. Field Marshal . . . f . , ..,
Von Hindenburg lias moved general
staff headquarters t0 Cassol, according
in il n nrnflhn (WlviOa hoTA if) flV. 110-
, .," 1 . "
mobilization of the army will be eon
ducted from thore..
The workmen's and Soldiers' council
at cassol issueu a nmuiiesio i"K'"K
. ,. , ,
Oet Bid of Ttot Sourness, Gas and
When your Btomach is out of oruor
or run down, your food doesn't dijjfcst,
It ferments !n vour stomach and forms
j gag which causes sourness, heartburn,
foul breath, pain at pit of stomach and
many other miserable symptoms. MSoiuiers.
Mi-o-na stomach tablets will give ;
iovful roliof in five minutes; if taken Rifle Club Range Completed.
regularly for two weeks they will turn
vour flabby, sour, tired out stomach
into a swoet, energetic, perfect work -
You can't be very strong and lg -
orous if your food only half digests,
Your appetite will go and nausea, on-
ziness, biliousness, nervousness, sick
headache and constipation will follow,
Mi-o-ma stomach tablets are small dition to work dn tho big outdoor range,
and easy to swallow and are guaran- The range is located on tho Howe pro
toed to banish indigestion and any or .wrty southwest of tho city and accord-
all of the above symptoms or money
back. For sale by Dan'l J. Fry and all
Because of the comfort, convenience
and economy in heating with Perfec
tion Oil Heater. Lights at the touch
of a match gives instant, cozy;
warmth. No smoke or odor. Easy to
Steady, comfortable heat for many hours
on one filling with Pearl Oil, the ever
obtainable fuel. Oil consumed only when
heat is needed no waste.
This Week Is
And now is the tlmeto buy Perfection Oil
Heater. Call on your dealer today.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
SPENCEB HDW. CO., SALEM.
MAX O. BUKEN, SALEM
E. L. STIFF k SON, SALEM
E. M. HICKS HDW. Co, Silverton, Or.
No sufferer from catarrh
of the stomach can read
Mrs. Van Buren's letter
without a feeling of thank"
"I have spent a (rreat deal of
money with doctors for catarrh
of the utomark and at times hav
.been compelled to give up my
housework for days. For years
I did not know what a well 4r
wnai and cannot help but feel
that I wovld mot be alWe to-day
had I not been Induced to try
Peruna. She battle of Peru
siado aae m well weaeaau
the people to show Hindenburs every
- ....... .
noriOf wUXlu AO u tAerB.
' 'Never was Hindenburg closer to our
hearts than now while lukliUbi sis
duty, the manifesto stated "His per
sou is under our protection. We know !
that both the civilian and military pop-
gov-iulation will only show that they honor
him and will refrain front any manifes-
tatious in his respect.'
Tracey Staats, Dallas
Mayor, Resigns Office,
(Cupital Journal. Special Service.)
Dallas, Or., Nov. 20. At this regular
nmetino- of th Thillna f it, rnnn.l W
i8 probable that he will assume the du-
tics of M at the fim meeti
uj M of tlft) counci, jn Deeembor. v m
)on ftom Ci Marghal 0, p chaae
Rg tQ the eonditioM of sevoral of tho
macaiIamizea tr0et8 teing badly ia
lltjca of rcpair th(J clty marshtll was in.
structod to procuro the noevssary help
in fixing up tho placos where tho
,c'usl'cd Mf ven. and, tho
i street committee liiHtrm-tnii til mn'tn n
8urvvy of the streets and have them
all repaired before tho hard wintor
(,0iUoo ,, . u nted to ihe
J . ..... ..
usual number of bills wei allowed.
l nallns Bnv Arrive in PrAiira.
Jaek Mn of Mf gnd
C. Ettkin of this city has arrived safely
1 111 I-ranee, according to a niessago re
ceived recently oy the young ninn's
pure ht a. Ho is a lieutenant in the smii
tary corps, having taken a course along
sanitary lines at tho O. A. C. before, his
I enlistment in tho service. According to
hig QOiiNtmcnt papers Lt. Eakin agrcod
to remain in Europe at least throe. years
otter the close of tho war ami Ins par
ents arc therefore not looking for him
to return witn tne rest or tne wallas
I The finishing touches were put on tho
target rango of tho LaCivole Riflo club
, of thin city Sunday and wiixrn tho
next week active target practice will be
j taken up by , that . organization. A
meeting of tho club will bo held in the
armory tnis evening ana piuns win do
discuss! for holding indoor practice
during tho coming winter months in ad-
ing to reports from army men it is one
0f the safest rangos in the entire
THESE STOVES rOE SALE BY
FE'JXB DEIDRICH, STAYTON
, ILLY HDW. CO., STAYTON
CHAMBERS ft CHAMBERS, SALEM
8. AM8 HDW. Co., Silverton, Or.
Made Me a
Mr. Mnttle A. VanBsrea, 17
Highland St, Grand .Rapids,
Alien., Fast Commander Valley
City Hive, L. O. T. M.
Liquid or Tablet For
New Doctor Locates in Dallas.
Dr. H. P. Goodwin of Long Beach,
Cal., has opened up an office in the
Uglow buildiuj at the corner of Main
and Mill streets, occupying the rooms
formerly held by Dr. B. C. Virgtt. Dr,
Goodwin is an osteopath physician hav
ing graduated from tho same osteopath
ic university as did Dr. D. D. Young,
a former doctor of that profession who
hud a big practice in Dallas and sur
rounding countrv. ,, - ,
f Miss Alice Cobb a toucher of Suzer
was an over-Sundny guest of relatives
Mauriee- Dalton of Seattle is vit.Uing
at the homo of his fatlior, E. V. Dalton
on Mill street. Maurice expects to re
turn to Dallas in tho near future to
make it his home. .
Mrs. Paul Skeols hns returned from a
short visit with her sistor, Mrs.' Horn
McCallon in Portland.
Ira Mix cashier of tli Independence
National bank was a Dallas visitor: on
Rev, W. 8. Plowman left yesterday
for New York City and aftor a Bhoit
course in training there will ge over
to France as a Y. M. O. A. worker. .
Miss Nola Coad, Miss Vova Burns,
Miss Alice Grant and Miss Buth Nur.u
teachers in the Portland schools left
Sunday for the metropolis.
om vol mm
You know the sin a
neavy head, sick stomach,
bad taste in the mouth,
latent dyspepsia. Pay strict
attention to these symptoms
and get prompt relief by
using Beecham's Pills, A
few doses will stimulate th$
liver, help the stomach, reg
ulate the bowels and make
a great difference in your
general "I feeling. V Nothing
will put you on y u; feet so
quickly as a dose or , two of
ta?it S! f An MUclna la th WoiH v
oid rorrwbera. In bun, 10c 2Sc
W. W. MOORE FU&N. CO., SALEM
C. 8. HAMILTON, SALEM
BAY L. FARMER HBW. CO., SALEM
C. M. WRAY HDW. Co., Silverton Or.
m Hill! Wr&z