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HD1ILYCAPITAL JQURNAL- SALEM. OREGON TUESDAY S
gpiTAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. 1
Trefemnceto firms that give service on short notice 1
M BLYER AND SELIER MEET WE RECOMEND OUR ADVERTISERS j
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TTTif IVD 1!. W.
n ;ili Graduates of Am
t v; post sime vA P!;
rce. Offices 5U V ;'
I pbooe 409.
fill Biwk of Commerce budding,
. I Bank of Commerce Building.
fa eoe. .
M WATER OO.Ml'ANY-Office
iifi Commercial ami Trntl.; streets
j, mrahle montlily ' advance.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soot
proprietor. Gurbag!! anil refuse f all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and eess
pools cleaned. Office phone, Main
l! 17. Residence Muin 2271!.
FOR A WOOD SAW Phono 1090-K--125.")
N. Hummer St. Our prices are
right. V. M. Zander, proprietor. 9-19
BRING YOUR TRADES
I can match you. C. W. Nioraeyer, fica'
Mate Agent, Canada Lands, 044. State
I SELL AND EXCHANGE
ri clothes, shoes, lints, jewelry.
;hn, tools, musical instruments,
ties, suns, rifles, revolvers, suit
fcl trunks, tamers typewriters
li furniture. Capital Exchange 33 1
l,rt street. Phone 4!.
TI1K riXIT SHOP Let -is repair and
sharpen your lawn mowers. 207 Court
MONEY TO LOAN
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIKEI)
.10 years experience, Depot, National
and American lenco.
Sizes 2(5 to 58 in high
l'aiuts, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
(Salem Fence and Stove Works,
250 Court street. I'hone 124-
p M Real Estate Security
TH06. K. FORI)
Ladd i Bash banli; Salem Oregon
li.HAL FARM LOANS
fct-34 years time. A. C. Holirnstcdt.
1 Masonic Temple, Salem, Oregon,
t SALE 250 acres, 100 in cultiva
W balance in pasture and timber
pinticim of water, guud buildings
M pod road, 3-4 mile from a live
law mill town, Will take good
pund lot in Salem as part pay
H Price $60 per acre. Phone 470
pure ueal Realty Coinpariv. f. s
pk Building, Mem. " 717
Portland, Or., .Sej.t. 10 Butter, city
Eggs, selected local ex. 50(a53c
ltroilers 27(( .')0c
Cheese triplets: buying price 2i)c
No runs, no hits, no errors.
VauSh"n also retired the side with
a neat hi.nd stab of a grounder.
Chicago: Vaughn ,,p. Bull one.
Vaughn out Scott to Melmiis. u hit
the ball a mighty smash. Flack up.
Strike o;ie, called. Foul, strike two.
Pluck our, Scott to Mclnnis. S,.0tt took
a bad hopper with hi left hand. Hoi
locber ,1. Hall 0Ilt.. jiHn two ,!al, thmj
Holloeher walked. Mann up. Strike one'
called Holloeher caught off first
through a simple throw by Aenew but
dashed for second and made it. It was
a stolen base. Mann doubled to left
scoring Holloeher. It
1 1 i7:i. .,. . . . . . f-
' "own tlnra huso line. Paskert
up. Stn.io one, called. Foul, strike two
Poskert out, Scott to Ai'clnnis. One run
, 0110 hit no errors.
It was a pure break of the game that
gave the Cubs their run. Mann's dou
ble ivas too short to have scored Hol
loeher without his flukv stolen base.
Boston: Ac-new 1.0. sfiikc one su
Agnew cut Holloeher to Alcrkle. Jones'
up. Ball one. Hull tun nn
tf Strike one, called. .lone. walk,.,! It
was Vaughn's first free pass of the
game. Hooper up. Hall one. Strike one,
called. Ball two. Foul, strike- two!
Hooper fanned. Ho looked ait the last
one. Shean up. Foul, strike one. .Sniie
two, swung. Jiall one. Shean Jyw to
Ptiskert. No runs, no hits, no erro.
Vaughn was u trifle unsteady in this
inning but mado Shean hit one that
cut the turner.
Chicago- Merkle up. Strike one swung
Striko two, swung. Foul. Merkle lined
to Strunk. It was a hard drive, but
directly at the. center fielder. Pick up.
Strike out. Pick popped to Thomas.
Deal u. Deal flew to Strunk. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
Deal's fly was high and in the sun
and Strunk had difficulty in judging
loll af llonm nf
from Uver There" Y
General Pershing's Official Revert It
ROLL OF HONOR
The following casualties are report
ed by the commanding general of the
American expeditionary forces:
Killed in action i,.... 7.-,
Missing in action :.. i;i
Wounded severely 24fi
Died of wounds oi
Died from airplane accident 2
Wounded, degree undetermined lij
Died of disease . 3
TO, 4 miles from town. 2(1 acres
miti, 3 prunes, 20 timber pas
'M room house, hum, well and
l,;l!,on good road. 1 mile to i,ni
Plash, balance terms, price, -RtWOO
hardware 'stock and
For am !,nPt, 1
(uted, equitv for rl, Bt .... ..
i 08 acres, 4o cultivnted, good
mi Pnce llijOO. 32 n,. a
'fMMt, 30 aeroa cultivated 12
- ..... a moriKae back
Price $7300. Have -,mc
icsidcncp. t,,..i 1 .......
kit ,. 1"'" vu oeiovv
r- ""isiruciion, J write fir
K Soeolohkv. 341
Dally Livestock Market
Toue of market stead v, unchanged
Prime steers $12.5013.50
Choice to good steers $1112
Medium to good steers $9.7511
Fair to medium steers $8.759.75
Common to fair steers $5.75(58.75
Choice cowg and heifers $8.258.75
Medium to good cows and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifer;
Stockers and feeders $6.258.2B
Tone of market steady and firm 25c
Prime mixed s)l9.50rd19-7.)
Medium mixed $19(iT)19..'!5
Rough heavies if Wri 18.50
Pigs $ltiffbl7 "
Tone of market steady, unchanged
Best lambs $1415.25
Medium to good lambs $ll(al3
' WetlKM'a $9a0.50
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fielding workout would be permitted.
Boston: Jones and Agnew.
Chicago; Vaughn and Killifer. '
Chicago: "Flack, rf; Holloeher, ss;
-Mann If; Paskert c; Merkle lb; Pick
2b; Deal i!b; Killifer e; Vaughn p.
Boston: Hooper, rf; Shean, 2b;
strunk cf; WJiiteman If; M'clnnis, lb;
seott, ;:s; Thomas 3b; Agnew c; Jones
I'miiires: O'Dny and Klein for the
National league; Hildebrand and Owen
1 1 1
1 I IP
for the Americans,
Chicago; Flack up. Flack walked on
four pitched balls. Holloeher up. Hol
1'ieher singled to center. Pluck takiiiff
i center. It was a clean drive over sec-
end bus',". Mnnn up. Mann sacnticed
'ones to Melnnis, Flack and Holloch-
uvunciiig. Aiays was wanning up.
Boston: Strunk up. Strunk doubled to
right. It was a long hard drive and
looked lkc a triple, but Flack's re
turn was very fast. Whiteman up.
Whiteman popped to Merkle who stun-
idly stood without trying to double
Strunk off second, Melnnis lined to
Merkle who got Strunk this time with
a throw to Holloeher. No runs, one a:;,
Chicago: Killifer up. Killifer flied to
Hooper. Vaughn up. Strike one. swuna.
Foul, strike two. Vaughn fanned. He
swung at the last one. Flack up. Flack
out, bliean to Mclnms. Ao runs, 110
hits, 110 errors.
Shean made a fust play on Flack's
hard hit grounder.
Boston: Seott up. Scott flew to
Mann. Thomas up. Strike one, called.
Strike two, called. Thomas singled to
right. It was a line drive between sec
ond and third. Agnew up. Agnew forc
ed Thomas. Holloeher to Pick, and was
doubled at first to Merkle. No runs,
one hit, no errors.
(Chicago: Holloeher up. Strike one.
Hollochsr singled over second. His sec
ond hit of the game. Mann up. Foul,
strike one. Foul, strike two. Mann flew
to Strunk. Paskert up. Strike one, call
ed. Ball one, ball two, ball three. Pask
ert walked putting Holloeher on sec
ond. Merkle up. Striko one, called.
Ball one. Foul, strike two. Merkle sin
gled to left, Holloeher was out at the
plate, Whitenuin to Agnew, 'Paskert
going to third. The -play was close
but Whiteuinn's great throw nabbed
Holloch"r as he slid. Pick up. Pick
flew to Strunk, on the first ball. No
runs, two hits, no errors.
Sixth inning Boston: Jones up.
Strike one, culled; foul, strike two;
ball one, ball two. Jones flew to Pas
kert. Hooper up. Ball one, strike one,
swung; ball two. Hooper flew to Pas
kert. Shean up. Shean out, Vaughn to
Merkle. No runs, 110 hits, 110 errors.
Paskert took Hooper's fly to deep
center and threw to Killifer at t the
home plate. The perfect throw-in drew
Seventh inning Chicago: Deal up.
Striko one. culled; strike two, called.
Deal fanned. Killifer up. Killifer lined
to Jones, on the first bull. Vaughn up.
Foul, strike one; foul, strike two.
Vaughn fanned, ile swung. at the les'
Killed in Action y
Lieutenants James C. Andes, Xew
York; Edward R. Common, Detroit,
Mich; Joseph P. Connor, Waterbury,
Conn; Courad Crawford, New York;
Jr., .New York;
Edwin Samuel (iard.
Vernon A. Holden, Neenah, Wis; Ray
mond F. Houston, Nashville, Teim.
Sergeants Alfred Andrew Anderson,
St. Louis, llo; .Walter Bidder, Ham
burg:, Pa; Joseph Theodore Black, But
ler, Pa. Joseph Cina, Scranton, Pa;
Harold E. (iould. Belaud, Pla; John
Macininu Crier, Williamsport, Pa; Wit
liam M. Keefer, Pinegrove, Pa; Ed
ward (ieorge Romanosky, Mahanoy
Corporals James J. Aheain, Water
bury, Conn; Howard Pardoe Booty,
Bedford, Pa; Stanley O. Bengler, Cres
sons. Pa; John D11 liosey, St. Louis, -Mo
Hav A. Howard, Harvard, 111; Jacob
J. Joekett, Wilmington, Del; Jorn 0.
Little, .New York; Barton William Mas
terson, Oakland, Cnl; .Michael John
Udell, Falmouth, Mich.
Mechanics Fred Luice Collins, Marl
boro, Vt; Claud Neeley, DeYounu. Pa;
Wagoner Miller Wuslich, Export, Pa
Horseshoer William S. Reed, Sued-
Cook Thomas Hein, Reading, Pa.
Privates William Alicas, New York;
Roy L. Baker, Vardaman, Miss; John
Beam, Erie, Pa; Peter E. Belado, .Mil
ler's Falls, Mass; Ralph A. Belden,
Lebanon, Kan; Herman R. Blum, Ka-
hoka, Mo; Elza Breedlove, Clnrcnuue,
Okla; John Brekke, Madison, Wis; Ot
to Brunner, Williamstown, Mo; Claude
L. Canfield, Norman, Okla; Newton
Cannon, Philadelphia, Miss; Jesse, Car
penter, Lambric, Ky; Pablito Castin
ado, Ottine, Tex; Max Cataldo, Hart
ford, Conn; William S. P. fathers, Pa
via, Pa; Francis Leo Caville, Philadel
phia; Max Cieminski, Polonia, Wis;
Joseph H. Clifton, Pittsburg, Pa; Alex
ander Copato, Bridgeport, Pa; George
Coschi, Philadelphia; Mood Craig, Big
foot, Tex; Patrick F. Crowley, Utica,
X. Y; James W. Cudmore, New York;
William WiHis Cummins, Morrowville,
Kan; John Dehurst, Red Granite, Wis;
Eba Des (iibbous, Edinorc, Mich; Ed
ward J. O rady, Manchester, N. H;
Howard S. Orithaiii, Waterloo, la; John
Anthony Hintz, Detroit, Alich; Ailolph
Andrew Hymes, Wolfsburg, Pa; Azell
M. Jenkins, Milton, Pa; Erie J. John
son; Geneve, 111; Walter P. Johnson,
Jeannette, Pa; Charles Wesley Jones,
Vincennes, Ind; L. E. Kelly, Utica, N.
Y; William A. Kenna, Now' York;
Frank V. King, Sheboygan, Wis; Frank
Chas. Lonjt, Woodward, Ala; Vincent
A. McConnon, Cottsville, Pa; Joseph
McLaughlin, Wapinersfalls, N. Y; Abe
E. Miller, Rockville, Conn; Leslie L
Mitchell, Aylesworth, Okla; Clifton
Earle Peterson, Kirkland, Ind; Baies
low Potosky, Detroit, Mich; John L.
Reilly, West Newton, Mass; Sam
Schmidt, Hanover Wis.
Died of Vounds .
Sgt. John S. Simpson, Ready, Ky.
Corporals Robt. L. Byrne, Taeoma,
Wash; Stanley Colody, Windsor, Conn;
John D. Malion, Manchester, N. J;
John R. Ohara, Cumngton, N. D; Wal
ter Henry' Sands, Parata, Wis.
Privates Dexter Allen, Statesboro,
(la; John Androzeivicz, Schenectady,
X. Y; Horace Aucoin. Chattioner, La;
Xoah M. Bums. Iloise, Ida; Joe Cobet
sky, Russia; Columbus J. Cook, Freder
icktowu, Mo; Henry Archie Devries,
Mt. Clemens, Mich; '.Michael Gall, Mc
Kerrocks, Pa; Jessie S. Garretson, Red
Cloud, Neb; John Hieczuch, Port Lud
low, Wash; John Cicstaw Kornas, De
troit, Mich; Carl V. Randal!. Ionia,
Mich; Warren C. Smith, Oxford. Ohio;
Simon Stuart, Ireland; Wilham V rieht.
Died of rtseasj
Lewis, Pineland, Tex; Richardson Sin"!
gieton, Jr., Hillsvale. Pa.
Died from AirpJane Accident
Lieutenants Franklin Ornv Fox,
Washington, D. C; Geo. 1'. Millhain,
Capt. Joseph Walker, Haveiford. Pa.
Lieutenants Clifton V. Cross, Nauga-
tuck, Conn; Ja s R. lindlev, Wijkins-
burg, Pa; Alfred K. Kimbctlv, Osh
kosh, AVis; Harry J. Selby, lvorv, MJ:
Ernest Arthur Swingle, Ariel, Pa"; Law
rence Wcstermauu, Chicago.
Sergeants Cass P. Carter, A-diland.
-Miss; Danil Cogan, Bayonne, X. J;
Aaron Dolow, Russia; Robert W. Hiatt
Greensboro, HI; Elie S. Fiauklin, Weg
sor, N. C; John Henrv Roof, Detroit,
Corporals Kiwi 11 J. Arehambault. Ma
pie Ike, .Minn; Edward (ieorge Boo
za, Detroit, Mich;- Goo. (Hto Bounl,
Manitovoc, Wis; Percv A- Dean, Onei
da, X. V; Earl W. Hill, Marion, 111;
Donald B. McKimens, Mohler, Or;
John W. Nichols, Big Rapids. Mich;
Walter "J. Spiedel, Hannoveitoii, O;
Harry Allen. Chattanooga, Tcnn; Mar
co Armani, Austria; Edward G. Hatra
way, New Canton, 111; Willard Morgan,
Mech. John J- Cobb, Corsicaiia, Tex.
Aleeh. James Fife, North Great Falls,
Killed in action
Missing in action
ouniled severely J25
Died of Wounds 25
Died from accident and other causes 0
Died of disease 5
Killed in Action
Lieutenants John H. JPeltham, Jr.,
Newport, R. 1; Robert Stauffer Heiser,
Osage City, Kan; Howard Lee Strohl,
Hellcrtown, Pa; Karl S. McConib, Na
Sergeants Grover E. Sunderland,
Hamilton, Pa; Paul R. Farrell, Ham
. Corporals Tom C. Crouau, Porteidale,
Ga; Arvil Larson, Kane, Pa; Win. C.
Lemke, Ionia, Alich; Loyd Shriglcy, To
ledo, O; Arthur Julius Stuart, Lubec,
Me; Jos. P. Fullerton, Jr., Philadelphia;
George McCann, Shullsburg, W:is.
Jriugler Ray L. Miller.
Privates1 Jason B. Althiser. Olive
Bridge, N. Y; John A. Baccus, Wood
haven, N. Y; John Barbarino, Boston,
-ass; noya ic. ueriy, Jackson, .Mich;
Clayton C. Ellis, Somervillo Mass; Fi
MRD 0FT1CIAL U. S. WAR FIOI
The Picture That Dispels Fear
"OUR BRIDGE OF SHIPS"
An Amazing Pictorial Record
Willamette Valley News f
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Turner, Sept. 10. Miss Pearl Black
man returned to Portland Sunday af
ternoon. Mrs. J. M. Bones and daughter, Hil
dred, were in Salem Saturday, after
Mrs. J. V. Beach, who has been spend
iug the sunimer on the farm, returned
to Portland Saturday afternoon and is
at home to her many friends at Alex
ALiss C. Cole will stay with the Miss
es Riclies for a few months.
Mrs. Howard Shaffer is rapidly im
proving; Dr. Slaughter has been treat
ing her for the past few days
Oscar Larsen is visiting his father,
Lars Larsen of near the state training
Airs. Lucile M. Harader and children
were Salem visitors Saturday and Sun
day. S. M. Endicott was a Turner, busi
ness visitor Saturday.
Mr. Colby of Lyoits drove to Turner
last week to have some blacksmith
Mrs. W. A. Bones was in Turner Fri
day. Ed Kelly had a runaway Saturday
evening while returning "from the
Green farm with a load of com, when
the team was stopped by Willard Hall,
only the front wheels remained of what
had been a wagon load of corn. Mrs.
Kelly was unhurt, but "Dick" receiv
ed a severe cut on the head, a sprained
Wrist and a general shaking up.
Joe Kroggman came in to town for
over Suffclay, from Shaw, where he is
MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES
Summary of casualties to date:
Deaths .- 37
Thought One Clean
ShirtAII He Needed
f'Ten years ago I was reduced to a
mere shallow. I was yellow a9 a gold
piece and would often be doubled up
with most Vxcrutiating pains in i.ny
stomach. Physicians could only relieve
me with morphine. I was advised to try
Mayr'g Wonderful Remedy and it help
ed me at once. What is more, I ha
been wvll ever since. A friend saij 1,
thought one more clean shirt all I would
ever wear." It is a simple, harmless pre
paration that removes the catarrhal mu
cous from the intestinal tract and allays
the inflammation which canses practi
cally all stomach, liver and intestinal
ailmennts, including appendicitis. One
dose will convince or money refunded.
ore 'Franceseo, Glass Port, Vn; John B
uealey, New Haven, Conn; Thorn Ale-
f , Y-". - J 7. i , ,' IJn 1'ands of enemy
tord Piper, Scottsv-illc, Kv; Virdick na;,,, J
Snhagian, East St. Louis, Hi; Henry J.
Schmitz, Xew Haven, Conn; Walter
Sizer, King, Jiont; William VanSandt,
.Harvey, 111; Chris S. Villalovoz, Los
Angeles, Cal; John Elmer Westfall, Me:
chauicsburg, Pa; Loiairie York, Man-
dan, N. D; Reinhold Benson, Sweden;
Fritz C Forsinan, Omaha, Neb; Jas. J.
Jewell, Seattle, Wash; Louis A. Lysak
Grand total 3040
Tho following casualties are report
ed by the commanding general of the
American expeditionary forces includ
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fi. Taber, Kopay, t al; Manuel G. Va-!Din of wnnmlH
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Both pitchers were going givat.
Vaughn had allowed three 1ms and
Jones four hits up to this tie.
Seventh iiiiiiiig--Boslou: Strunk up.
Hull one. Stnuik out. Pick tit Merkle.
on a lino drive. Pick dropped the ball to short- strunk
but 1 civwul it 1 istantlv. Whitemauj st,ik,, two- sv
: 1 o.ie. .1 :t:! tv.o. strike one
nit 1 1 f) I t V
r.T. i .nil s n:.,- 0:1 '. J. 1.1:1,1 . -,.
1 i I 1 11 1
fanned, swinging. No ", no hits, no
Ninth inning Chicago: Schang now
catching for Boston. Deal up. Deal out,
Scott to Mclunis, on thu- first ' ball
pitched. Killifer up. Hall one. Killifer
out, Jones to McTnnis. Vaughn up. Foul
strike one; ball one, strike two, called.
Vaughn fanned. No runs, no hits, no
Ninth inning Boston: Miller batting
f.,i- .1 niins. Strike one, called; foul,
strik" two- Miller i'lcw to Mann. Mann
ran up the embankment in the left field
and sit down before catching the bah
Hoooev up- Hooper Hew to Holloeher.
Shean up. Sliemi
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on an infield hit
! mil, sin. ' one:
n.l on:1, ball two,
.,0 runs, one hit
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Wis; Smith F. Ballard, Salem, Or; An
thony Charleg Bercal, Detroit, Mich;
Banitiino L. Catelini, Crockett, Call;
Dan B. Clancy, Butte, Mont; Abraham
Cooper, Baltimore, Aid; Charles C. Cop
pus, Little Chute, Wis; fiossiter S.
Fitzgerald, Howard City, Mich; Stojau
Kresiek, Los Angeles, Cal; Ray H. Mos
es, .Modfonl, Or; Lars P. 'Peterson,
Kenmare, N. D; Robert L. Redd. Bur
neyvillc, Okla; Loyd H. Riffle, Chica
go; Louis Ring, Chicago; Vernon Rod
gers, Lacuna, Iowa; George H. Tanner,
Somerville, Alass; Walter J. Thetis, Ala
meda, Cal; Albeit Thomson, Amesbury,
.Mass; Joe F. Thuman, Nodaway, la;
Loraine A. Welsh, Breekenridge", AIo;
Arthur White, Aidair, 111; James A
Wood, Palmer, -Mass; William Wool
ridge, Howe, Okla; Anthony W. Zir
bes, Whiteearth, N. 11; Paul Ray
Shields, Oblong, 111; Luther Skive,
York, Pa; Robert Shutclesworth. Invn,
Pa; John 'Joseph Simons, South Bethle
hem, Pa; Andrew J. Smith, Brooklyn,
X, V; Roy H. Stover, Luray, Va; Wes
ley (I. Straitwell, Broultville, Pa; Ed
gar K. Clifton Wainwright, St. .Marys,
Pa; Angel Welizarcf'f, Wirtz. Va; Jas.
Wernald, Brooklyn, N. Y; Alex Wiea
zoniei'bki, Cleveland, O; Clair Wilson,
llarmonsburg, Pa; Horace J. Wolfe,
Died of Wounds
I.t. hilward Ar:lmr Burton, llillsboro
Corporals a :l:'ca iW. h
ton. HI; K.tlph kieaird Ca
A , .'h; t'.uwaid Low . i.u
vi. le. Pa.
I riva 3 Lrarer vr. A.iJ
mikoic. Ol la: O a.vne i
to '1 1 1 il 1 V
lo J 0 j ( 11
I t.K.n. Pa: Lynn I", i :r. .
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Died of wounds
Wounded severely .-
Died of disease 1
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Killed in Action
Privates John W. Winston, Memphis,
lean; Alton L- Chord, Newport, Ark;
Chas. I. Coffin, Itasca, Tex: John R.
Davies, Chicago; John W. Goldsberry,
Warwood, . a; George W. Koch
Ier, Mound, Minn.
Died of Wounds
Privates Elwod A. Bennett, Rcigles
ville, Pa; Samuel A. Bovee, Munns
ville, X. Y; Denver A. Leshcr, Lcitch-
field, Ky; Joseph -Marcus, Harrison, X.
Second Lt. Wm. F. Dumiiier. Los An
Corp. James E. Richards, Keckvale,
Privates Earl S. Limler, Dundas, III;
Edward J. O'Neil. Kansas City, Mo;
Galen H. (lough, Benton, Ky; Fred A
Thornton, Gloucestch, O.
Severely wounded in action previous
ly reported killed in action:
Corp. John C. Geiger, Jasper, Fla.
Died of disease:
Gunner Sgt. Arthur II. Johnston.
In hospital recovering, previously re
ported died of wounds:
Pvt. Godfrey W. Anderson, Proctor,
I Returned to duty, previously report
:d di d of wounds:
Pvt. Raymond A. Anderson, AliitnO'
jp: lis, Minn.
working i the prune dryer.
Airs. Cora Chavis and Mrs. Maud
Bones were out in the Clovcrdale dis
trict Friday afternoon.
Georgo E., Mason is workincr at Oak
Airs. J. F. Lyle is up from Portlad
looking after business affairs and vis
Tho W. W. club will be entertained
by Airs. J. If. Shafer this meeting.
J. Keister, wife and daughter, Ruth,
Mi- and Mrs. Chas. Wood and two chil
dren, Jack and Dorothy, of Portland,
spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Nt
tio B. Mason.
Air. and Mrs. H. A. Tbiessen took
dinner with Air. and Mrs. H. L. Earl
Dr. and Airs. G. A .Hassey are enter
taining some relatives from Minneso
ta. Airs. Berger and Mr. Tare.
The district Sunday school conven
tion held at Pleasant Grove was quite
well attended aiid a pleasant time was
reported. Rev. MeConnell of Dallas
gave a very interesting and instruct
ive address on tho subject "From Dad
ville to Boy town." Every father should
have heard it. Next convention will be
held in -"Aumsville.
Mr- and Mrs. Gunning are both car
rying the mail whil Mr. Pearson is
taking his vacation.
Tho fourth quarterly conference of
the AI. E. church at this place will be
held at 2 p. m. Wednesday, Sept. 11th.
Airs. J. D. Barber of Salem was a
finest at the Turner home Friday and
Freezone Is Magic! Corns Asd
Calluses Lift Right Off
'a red b for
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Pvt. I'll e-ie H. B.'iwil. (! e:i !:
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A few cents buys a tiny bottle of tiso
magic I'leezoiio at a"y drug store. Apply
a few drops of Preezong upon a tcnilor,
aching com or a callus:. Instantly th.it
tiotiblesonie com or callus stops hint
ing, (lieu shortly you lift it out, root un,
eil, without ''tin ..;ii:i, of ir.i-
tr.'ioti Th'.'.:.' lir.le boUlcg cf Freezone
..w.l.'ti.i ju,:t c-aostgU to rid th. i'-.'t ".
every hard c:'n. r.vft com, betw .1 tho
':$ a;,.l lb: u!iii. ern be.'Jim fo-'t.
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