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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1919.
Ford Cautious la Re;
To Questions Dealing Yfllh
Anarchy (h Witness Stand
Mount Clemens, Mich, July
(United Press.) Caution was Heary
Ford's watchword during ku stay
the stand bere Way iu lis utiuiou dol
lar libel suit against the Chicago Trib-
Mueh of the openness which hitherto
narked his testimony was gone. He
weighed every question before he sa
"I suppose you would gay that any
line who countenanced or maintained 3m
anarchy is au anarchist!" Slrveaeon
Ford refused to ailuiit it.
Asked whether he could tell the dif
ference between the ''trouble ou the
American' side and anarchy," tue wit
ness suid he eould not.
"Well, what would be anarchy?"
"One who throws in an anarchist?"
"The men who threw bombs at the
prrpa redness parade were anarchists,
were thev not f ''
"1 dnu't know whether tli.-y tiled to
overcome the government. They nilgiu
Iir.ve been excited."
"Wasn't that the purpose of your
propaganda, to get men excited against
tlie men who are for preparedness?
Ford was not sure of the moaning ofjlhor trouble caused the arrest of sev
the question and studied it for some
time. He finnlly said he was trying to
get people to think.
Constitutionality Of Farm
Loan Act Is Questioned
Kansas City, Mo., July 21. Constitu
tionality of the federal farm loan act
was questioned here tcday.
Charles E. Smith stockholder of the
Kansas City Title and Trust company
would enjoin his company from buying
the land bank tax exempt securities.
flniitk held exemption of those secur
ities from taxes was illegal and that the
land bank securities are subject to b'nek
Smith asked the court to declare the
tax exemption clause of the land bank
act unconstitutional and declare issu.
ance of bonds illegal and unauthorized.
Basis of Smith s contention was
neither the federal land banks nor the
jcint stock land banks have performed
any duties as depositories of public
money or as financial agents of the
government, a provision made that they
should under act of congress.
STATE HOUSE NEWS
Oovernor Olcott has given his en
dorsement of a proposed statewide cam
paign for the raising of funds for a
modern, fire-proof . and commodious
bnhv home in Portland, Mayor Baker
of Portland has expressed his approval
and the movement will be suppuiteJ by
the Women's Clubs of the state accord
ing to Mrs. Clias. H. Castner, president
of the Oregon Federation of Women's
-lulis. The campaign is to open in Sep
tember, and the grand aim is to raise
the amount of W,000. The governor is
today issuing a brief general note to the
interested public, expressing the hope
that the project may have the help cf
all benevolent people on the ground
that the institution is tvoicn of urac-
Program For Band Concert
Tuesday Evening Announced
The following is the program for .he
Clierrian band concert to be given
Tuesday evening at Willson park.
March Thunder and Mazes ...i.nurendeau
Overture T.utspeit Keler-lteln
Waltz D'Amnur Zamecnik
Ia Ros,e de Cnstello Keiter
Overture Amorita Lnurendeau
Vocal Solo, Mrs. Win. Prunk
"Till We Meet Again''
The Tramp linurenilcan
The ltest I.oved Southern Melodies
March The Periscope - Allen
Star Spantrlcd Banner
forget If Buy At Home
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.it' Lit . i iinVtxMidence for Ireland. President
riedmany rnedie, Eamon Ie Valera of the Iri,h republic
-liknnt h..n.fit. """pleted hi. visit here today.
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Tba rfvn iH l!
must have an opera-
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a nice baby four month old. I feel like
a new woman, and have recommended
your medicine to my f rienda. I would
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Mrs. Mary Caltouhe, 317 Sooth Main
Every woman at some period or other
in her Ufa may suffer from just such dis
turbances at Mrs. Caligore. and if there
is no interested friend to advise, let this
he a reminder that this famous root and
berb remedy has been overcoming these l
aiimentsofwomenfor more th an 4U years.
If any complications exist, write
I.ydia E. Pinkham M-hdne Co., Lynn,
Mass., lor atvice. 1 ne resun or many
jreara experience is at your service.
Control Of Government By
Farmer-Labor Yote Forecast
Fargo, X. D., July SI. vi sited Tress
Affiliatioa of U farmer and luboi or
sanirslio-is of the country iulo one po
litical body that will eventually eoa
trol the government, was predicted by
Walter W. Liggett. manager of the Tub-:
Ushers' National Service, buieau, here
today. ljjrgett is oue f the leading
figures iu the National Nou Partisan
"The Minesota Federation of Labor
hns taken the initial step toward com
bining forces with the farmer. In its
conference at New Uliu the convention
voted to cooperate with the National
Xou Partisan league and formed a po
litical body. of its one," said i.icgctt.
"This is the way the new political
revolution will b accomplished. The
various labor and fariutr organisations
will not 'Ins their individuality through
this affiliation. It merely i.;c.1iis the
cooperation of the working ixoiiio to-
one end political and industrial free
iFire Situation Is Less
Serious In Montana Today
Missoula, Monl. duly 21. The for.
est fire situation in western Montana
had improved slightly this afternoon."
but ineendinrv fires nud considerable
eral fire fighters.
The fire on Swartx creek near Clin
ton had been checked. The fire on three
sides of Rattlesnake were under con
trol with the exception of rne small
area on the east side. The Henderson
fire was checked according to reports
received at the forest office here.
The St. Regis bl!io is still bad, while
Itlackfoot has four serious fires, spread
iny because of high winds. Ashley lake
has two bad fires. JSeveral large blazes
are raging in the four O'Alene district.
Forests are burning at Deer Lodge.
Amoui the Sunday guests at the
Bligh hotel were the following: Mr.
and Mrs. ,T. L. Culbertson, Portland;
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Culbertson, Baker
l;ity; Mr. and Airs. U. vv. Tulotson.
Mill City; !!.'. Larson and E. C. Keyt
McMinnvillo; Fred C. Ritner, Hosluns;
Ij. A. Bishop, Albany.
Rex T. Porter, who has recently re
turned from France to his home at
Stayton, has been greeting friends in
town today. He has been with the ma
B. L. Hchullers and wife of Berke
ley. Cal., and Mr. and Mrs. M. Otte
son of thiklnnd, Oil., were among the
recent guests at the Capital hotel.
Alex Honser of Independence spent
Sunday in the citv. ' i
An automobile party made up of the
following Seattle meonle arrived in the!'B privato homes for personal use.
city this morning: Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Kggert, C. F. Kggert, C. H. T.gert, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas.. Bishap, Miss Mabel
Thompson and Miss Frances Wicker
sham. They are guests at the Marion
hotel. This afternoon thev drove over
wo visit a raneh iproperty in which thev
are interested at Stnvton.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 0. Thurston of Port-
land are recent arrivals at the Marion
hotel. '- 1 J
.Secretary Don Tpjohn and liis two
fellow sportsmen from the office of
aecrolary of state, returned yesterday
"m ""'if outing on upper Mkborn
creek, reporting an enjoyable time and
the best of fisherman 's luck.
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORE
R. H. E.
.New York 0 14 2
Chicago 7 11
Hhawkev and Hucl; Williams, Kerr
K ii t li and S.hang; Khmke snd Ain
smith (five innings)
Philadelphia 1 7 0
Cleveland 7 13 1
Rogers, Johnson and McAvoy; Mor
ton and O'Neill.
Wnslii.urlnn . . 9.
St. 'Louis- 3
Hhaw nnd Oharrity; Davenport and
Sevoriod. (five innings)
Cincinnati New York, Chicago -Brook
lyn, Pittsburg Philadelphia puttpoued,
St. Lonia fi
i Itton 6
Ames and Dilhoefer; iJemaree and
Xclaon (eleven inning)
De Valera Bids Farewefl To
p r . am t n
323 rnmClSCO UII 10 MlZt
Fein leader will leave th
afternoon for Unite, Mont., en ruit.
,,n 'T.w, 1 '
! DcUlera was presented with an en-
graved sword and a silk l.i-h flan br
Pacific Ci.t Hindustani As. in.
tin. During the noon hour. President
DVValeri w ill speak t.) employes of
the I'nion Iron Works.
T M i p J ,.
letters.--l;e!n?Sey 10 SlZZl DZCUll
Or tarpenter Says Cochran
London, July 21. Jack Pempsey
heaywei'4l.t champiou. will meet e:th
er Joe Be. letf. Biiti-h champion, or
(Jeorfs Carpentier. Ku ropes a
pion. early in l!.'u. aecor.Lui
nouncempitt here la-.t biht hv Pro-
;Bit. r Cochran.
t I," n 1 1 II
."OrgCt It BllJ At Home
In Jean Webster's Famous
7 Reels of Fun and Pathos
Directed by Marshall Neilan
Washington, July J. Appropriation
of $"(tO()(IO to fight forest fires, was
asked today in bills introduced by Uep
lesentutives Johnson,- Washington anil
Washington July 21. Tho house to
day by a vote of 107 to II refused t
make nulawful the storing of liquol
Au amendment) of Raker, Califcr
I"1"' to 8,,'lk,, ,!t the exempt ion of these
i "t0,'kl' WR" '''fi'ted after a speech by
iuhuii, Humus, wuo naa juhi returned
to the house after a two months rest
Manib said it was foclish to try to
prohibit the use of liquor in private
W. , - . f , . -. , .
ashington July 21. A final vote
on the prohibition enforcement law will
l. .t,n,l l.f,.n,u.,v...,,t m,;t,
- 1 1 .i mm n , m n
Chairman Volstead of . the judiciarj . K''I"'I included 24 per ee.it ol the
committee, atated' this aftern'on. The os,,l,' o a son, Wesley Travis, San
bill will be pructieallv the same as re Francisco, and the income from $100,
ported from the committee ns nearly all j 0 to a niece, Minnie Travis Rrown,
the 'niportant sections have already j also of Han Francisco. .
Washington July 21. Secretary of
Wr Haker was to appear before a sub.
committee of the house committee in-
jvestigating war exjienditurea today to
answer questions aoour aiiegei cruel
treatment of American soldiers in
prison camps near Paris.
t Capital Journal
t Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white 2.10
Wheat. ' lower grad na sample
Oats, new 80c
Hay, cheat, new $13(fE16
Hay, oats, new $1.7(K)17
Barley ton - $S(o30
Mill run $4344
Creamery butter 3u80o
Pork, Vtaj sad Uotton
Pork on foot 20c,
Veal, l'aiicv ; 22c
Spring lambs 10(rille
Kvtcs - 4(g)5c
yheep, ycarl'ngs 7e
Kggs, cash 41c
Hens, live 22(K24c
Old roasters . .J"lS
Green onions doi
Flour, hard wheat
Lemons, boa .
Bunch beets ,
.3U S 4
Head lettuce 60c
Caiiclit under a slide of clsy at u Be
attle conijiiv's clay yard, Fiank Mc
Ijuhlin, sged Co, was instaatlv idled
Salem's a Good Place to Trade
'P PI r.t n
frj 563 FlTSt In B'JJUif
Telepbne Workers May
Walk Out Apia Tuesday
Saa Francisco, July 1 Tele-
phone workers -who returned to
work in a number of cities to
ft day will be out again tomorrow
local strike leaders declared late
today, fan Francisco and Oak-
lsiul strikers are visit inj; the
otitic citie, and explains; the
reasons the bay points refused
Whether the strikers will re
ft main out or will return to work
ft will be announced tomorrow aft
ft emoon, the central strike com-
uiittee stuted. The results of
the coast referendum will b an
ft nonneed at a mass meeting to
ft morrow and the committee will
ft make its decision on the kiiis
ft of these returns.
Postponed Trials Of Strike
Leaders Open At Fmripeg 1
Winnipeg, Man., July 21. After sev
eral postponements the trials of the 12
strike leaders arrested during the pro
gress of the sympathetic strike last
month, beau today.
There is a ton of documents seized
in raids in labor temples in many west
ern state in the homes of leaders to be
placed as evidence in an attempt to
show that tho strike that lasted six
weeks and which they spread all over
Canada, was an attempt at revolution to
replace the present system of grvern
mcut in Canada.
Honduras Declared In State
Of War Because Of Revolts
Washington, July 21. A stnte of
war has beeu proclaimed iu Honduras
because of alleged movement to depose
the government, the state department
was advised today. Acting Secretary
of State Phillips cabled for further in
Kd Anderly, aged 27, height about
5 ft. 8 or 10 weight about 140 to ISO,
dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes,
slender build, face rather alender, dark
gray clothes, light tripe( shirt, soft
white collar iliglitbr soiled, and tie.
blue or steel gray hat, No. 7 or 7 1-8
stamped inside J A rgvle." If located
rail 557 Deaconess hospital city.
WOODMEN NAME OFFICERS.
Chicago, July 21. W. A. Fra-zer of
Omaha was elected sovereign comman
der of the Woodmen of the World here
today. Other officers included: So''er
cign Adviser, B. W, Jewell, Omaha;
Sovereign banker Morris Sheppard,
Texarkana, Texas, sovereign clerk, J. T.
Vates, OniHha; sovereign escort S, A.
Farrell, Johnstown, I1).
HOESEMAN LEAVES $500,000
Now York, July 21. Tlx will of Kzra
J. Travis, owner of one of the largest
horse ranches in the world, at Cascade'
- . ... .m fjuiMH ,
Mont., disposing of more than $.)00,000
was iiieu iiero loouv. irnvis nnit iuuii-
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'"Y V L n u ' '
talifurnia Btng Conch company.
iiAUbuumd iu eti unAmi,u iu
HAIO AND BEATTY, IS REPORT
London July 21. The Times report
ed today thnt Karldoms will be con
ferred on Field Marshal Haig and Ad
miral Beatty. Parliament, according to
the newspaper, will be anked to grant
100.000 pounds to each of them.
llaig's condition was improved, al
though he has cancelled his engagements
for several days. He has a slight fever.
He collapsed after Haturdny's peace
POLK 8AIL8 TOR FRANCE.
New York, July 21. Frank Polk as
sistant secretary of state, sailed for
Brest, France toduy on the liupeiator
to take up the work of his chief, Sec
retary Lansing, who is due here tomor
row on the Rotterdam.
"Forget If -Buy At Home
Warehouse High and Ferry Sts.
Office 542 State St. Salefii, Oregon
I "New Wine in
That is the. way one
reviewer turns up that
delightful story cf a
quest for millions in
gold doubloons left in
the West Indies by
in the new serial about
to appear in this paper.
By Richard Le Galileans
The lure of buried
treasure is perennial.
Add mysterious caves,
pirates, ruins, a sea
swept island, moon
light on the water and
the attending dangers, '
and it sounds like
"Treasure Island." If
you have, ever heard
that impelling call of
adventure you can't
resist this story.
Keep your eye$ open
ror the first in
NOW ETJNNTNO IN SATURDAY'S
CAPITAL JOURNAL '
SO acres, all cleared, best valley loam
3o acres in fall grain, 5 room Muim,
good barn, well, 4' miles Sal"" Only
7.31 acres, black gravel soil, creek
and well, 3j miles Halcm. $1100.
30 acres dark sandy loam, 2i cleared,
5 slashed; house with sleeping porch,
largo barn, garage, 1 mile Jefferson;
cash price $-00 per acre, or trade for
good acreage near Sulem,
tt(M) aero ranch, 2'j miles from railroad-
town in Douglas county, on Pa
cific highway, elect tic line, milk route,
mail route, 1"i0 acres cleared, 450 acres
pasture, well fenced; 0 room house, 2
barns and granary, spring at house,
family orchard. Btock and equipment
and somo grain goes, owner to settle
with tenant. This is a bargain at $18,-
1 000. The soil on this place is good, no
40 acres cleared, best valley loam. 2
acres prunes, 2 acres other fruit; 8
room house, 2 ibnrns, silo, well; 4 miles
from Ladd nnd Bush bank. Price $11,
000. 87 acres, 12 miles from Lebanon, 3.1
acres cleared, 3 acres cut over and
young timber, old house and ibarn, rail
fence, spring and well, $.200.
40 acres cleared, red soil, rolling; IS
acres Bycar old prunes, 2 acres ojher
fruit, large house and barn, at school;
fi'a miles from Salem. Price $7500. See
for BI5ST iBI'YN, 311 Stale
For Burning Eczema
Greasy salves and ointments should
not be applied if good dear skin is
wanted. From any druggist for 35c, or
$ 1 .00 for large size, get a bottle of Zemo.
When applied as directed it effectively
removes eczema, quickly stops itching,
and heals skin troubles, also sores,
burns, wounds and chafing. It pene
trates, cleans snd soothes. Zemo it
a cleen, dependable and inexpensive,
O'.ltisept'c liuuid. Try it, as we believ
nothing ou have ever used is as effec
tive and satisfying.
Tlx E. W. tlote Co., Cleveland, O. ,
Red Raspberries 12c lb.
Black cap Raspberries 10c lb.
B!ackberries(Lawtons) 8c lb.
Loganberries 8c lb
Evergreen Blackberries 7c lb.
We furnish boxes and crates, or we
will buy them in buckets or anything
you bring them in. Conic and see ui
before you sell.
'oumal Want Ac
Quick Reference To Firms That Gkc Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Eleetria Co., Masonic Tcmpie,
FDR .SALE Uood S room aouae with
modern tonemenees on large lot,
abundance of fruit, on paved atreet.
6 room house, small bara and fin
lots with abundance of fruit, only
blocks from paved street and school.
$1200. Square Deal Ecalty Ce. tf
MX WANTED .
Call 398. Highest prices paid for
junk, second band goods and niachin-
;sry. Ba sure and caJl 398, get the right
i prices. The sonars deal house,
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
ft! 271 Chenieketa St
t t MMMMttft1t
Thousands of men suffering from
futal diseases would bo in perfect
'health toduy were It not for the dead
ly drug nicotine. Btop the habit now
(before it's too late. It's a simple pro
ecus to rid yourself of the tobacco
'habit In any form. Just go to any up
to date drug store and got somo JN'ico
tol tablets; take them as directed and
Jo! the pernicious habit quickly van
ishes. Druggists refund the money if
they fail. Do sure to read large aud in
teresting announcement soon to appear
'in this paper. It tells of the dangers
of nicotine poisoning and how to avoid
it. In tho meantime try Nicotol tablets;
you will be surprised at tho results.
ASK FOR and GET
For Infants and Invalids
Avoid lmitMa m4 &w.ttva
MACHINE SHOP WORX
Kxpert machine shop service by Mr.
Hergman at high school machine
shop. 12 years experience, Dour cut
ting a specialty. High class machine
tools. Quick service, l'hone 448. 8 13
DR. L. HALT. WJLSON-espc-
SJ? ciaMst in the Modern Scientific.
Application of Olnssea for the aid of
viaion and the relief of Eyestrain and
Headache. Office closed Saturdays.
Office 210-211 U. H. Bank building.
1'hones, office 145; res, 1244.
BAIXM ATJTQ EADIATOB SHOP
Badiatori, Fenders and Gas Tanks
Tractor Badiators a Specialty
All work guaranteed, 108 . 12th St.
Salem, Oregon. 8-1
TTTT'TTTTTTIf f f TTTT?TTTTT1
Yick So Tcng
t Chinese Medielns and Tea Oa
Has medicine which will ear any
Opea Sundays from 10 A. If.
until 8 P. M.
153 South High 8t.
I Balom, Oregon I'hua 232
W. T. EIODON CO.
252 North High Street
l'ortland, Or., July 21.-Butter, city
Kggs selected local CI 4U(;i!)C
liens 27(( 2 He. -Broilers
Cheese, triplets 37(a3!e
DAILY LIVE BTOO KMAKKET
Tone of market higher
(iood to choice steers tuf i l.-H)
Fair to good steers H.."iifn J..'(l
Common to fair steers $7(57.50
hoice to good c wi and heifers
Meilnim to good cows and heifers
fanners (u fl
Calves $!"'" IT
Tone of .market higher
Trimc mixed Tl.'LVa ."J.-'iO
Medium mixed -'l ".''" 21 .7.
Hough henvie fdi'Oi 2U.2.1
rigs $i!t.:i"fo 2i)..")0
Tone oi market steady
I'rime laaiiis 1 13
Fair to medium lambs $9(512
Wethers $6 -7.30
Ewes O't 7..VJ
Ma' U t
127 Korta H.gh.
WHY SELL FOR LESS?
We will pay you more casa for jont
household goods. Get our bid beferej
yoa telL Peoplea Furniture and Hard
ware Store, 271 N. Com. St. Phaaa;
NO CASH REQUIRED Good ororcMt
shoes and suits, all kinds of musaa
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heaa
in( stoves, ks stoves, suit rases aa4
loot) other useful articles to sell a
trade. What have yout The Capital
Exchange 337 Court St. Paone 401,
YOUR ud furniture, stoves, carpet
and tools, as we pay fair prices foe
everything. Call 947
CAPITAL HARPWABE FUBJU
TP RE CO.
285 N. Com '1 St.
HAT BliOCKING I eleaa and Woeai
ladies' and Men's hats. Just re
ceived a hat renovating machine. It
gets the dirt, Try it ones. O. B,
Ellsworth, 495 Court St. Salem, Or,
STOVES REBUILT AND BEPAIBXd
50 years experience, Depot NttioaaJ
and Americas fence.
Sizes 28 to 53 la. high
Paints, oil and varnish, ett.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fen re and Stovr Works,
toO Court street, phone i24.
J. A. Rowland Furniture Store
Buys, sells and exchanges saw aa
2d hand furniture. All kinds at
repair work, light grinding, flUag,
and braaing a specialty. Bight
prices. 247 North Commercial
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage a4
refuse of all kinds removed oa moat,
ly contract at reasonable rate
Cess pools cleaned. Dead aaimalt re
moved. Office phono Maia 167.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd A Bush bank; Salem Orafos)
FEDERAL FARM LOANS-5
cent interest. Prompt service. Mf
years time. Federal farm loan bond
for sale. A. C. Bohrnstedt, 401 Urn
ionic Temp's. Salem, Oregon.
INSURANCE COUNOu-For fro lar
formation about IM InaaraM )
J. F. Hutchison, dist. maaaget f
the Mutual Life of N. T., effl
371 Stats St., Salem, Ore. OTflee
phone 0, residence 11100. M
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDLEK, Propiietof
1255 N. Summer Street. Palem, Orgj
STEWART'S REPAIR SHOd-Lawa
mowers ground ty machini; all
kinds of grinding, leek smithgig, am
brellar recovered, light repairing
all kinds. S47 Court St.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Toosdajr
at 8. Walter Lenoa, C. C, P. ,
Hunts, K. R. ft 8.
ROYAL Neighbors of America, Ore
gun Grape camp No. 1360 meet every
Thursday evening in McCornaok hail
Elevator se-vice. Oraele, Mas. Car
rie E. Buna, 648 Union St; rooas
der Mrs. Melissa Persons, 1418 fl
4th' Ht. Phono 143I1M.
I'.MTKI) ARTlHANcWiapital Aswiss
bly No. &t meets first Thurs.la of
each month at H p. m. in Mon
Temple. Glenn C Niles, M. A.; C. A.
ViblH-rt, secretary, .140 Owens street.
sALEM WATER ooarANY Offle
corner Commercial and Trale street
Bills payable monthly la advance.
Out of 60 student in the pnarmaey
department of the University of Waatt
iiigton this year 30 are women.
To replace the old building recently
burned, the school district of Euipira.
in Coos county, has voted fund
SEE IT! SEE IT! SEE 111
Make your own gas with our new gas
maker, installed in your range or
heater' in two minutes. Safe, ciicup,
quirk, clean. Money back guarnute,
no experiment. lKiily d monstratioa
at Frank Riehter's store, 373 Court
St. Salem, Or. Kubinsoa and Johnson
exclusive selling rcirccntatives for
Marion county. 7 21
-Keep Them Home $?$