THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1918. SEVEN MtteMMt 1 CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. : PCK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE jf WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEETWE RECOSIEND OCR ADVERTISERS ? M BTE5TTHTN0 ELECTBIOAJL falh. Eectria Co, Masonic Tempi, 127 North Higk OSTEOPATH DBS. a K. WHITE AND E. W. WAL TON Osteopathic physicians and serve specialists. Graduates of Am erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk Tille, Mo. Post graduate and spec ialized in nervous diseases at Los Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat Bank Bldg. Phone 85.. Residence, 162a Court. Phono 2215. Dr. White Bes. Phono 409. ' DENTIST PE. F. L. UTTER, DENr IiT, ROOMS 413-414 Bank of Comnieroe building. Phone 606. WATER COMPANY SALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets Bills payable monthly in advance, SECOND-HAND GOODS BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry, watches, tools, musicrl instruments, bicycles, guns, rifles, v revolvers, suit eases, trunks, cameras, typewriters and furniture. Capital Exchange 837 Court street, Phono 493. 'FINANCIAL MONEY TO LOAN On Good Rea!Estate Security THOS. K. FORD Oer Ladd & Bush bank; Salem Oregon FEDERAL FARM LOANS -- 5 per cent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt, 401 Masonic Temple. Salem, Oregon. REAL ESTATE FOE SALE 230 acres, 100 in cultiva tion balance in pasture 'and timber Fine stream of water, good buildings and good road, 3-4 mile from a live ly saw mill town. Will take good house and lot in Salem as part pay ment. Price $60 per acre. Phone 470 Square Deal Realty Company. U. S. Bank Building, Salem. 717 SCAVENGER BALEM SCAVTCW3r.TT!W1n. Bt proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all kinds removed on monthly contracts at reasonable rates. Yard and cess pools cleaned. Office phone. Main 2247. Residence Main 2272. WOOD SAW. FOR A WOOD SAW Phone 1090-B i 1255 N. Summer St. Our prices are right. W. M. Zander, proprietor. "9-19 BRING YOUR TRADES I can match you. C. W. Niemeyer, Bea' lisiaie Agent, vjanaoa lianas, bit Mate street. ' GENERAL REPAIRING THE FTXIT SHOP Let "s repair and Sharpen your lawn mowsrsi 267 Court Phone 1022. tf i' . , ' STOVE REPAIRING 8T0VES REBUILT AND REPAIRED 50 years experience, Depot, National nd American fence. . Sizes 20 to 58 in high Paints, oil and varnish, etc Loganberry and bop hooks. Siilem Fence and StiJtoe Works. 2f)0 Court street. Phone 124. LODGE DIRECTORY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT McCornack hall on every Tuesday at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. F. J. Kunti K. B. 4 8. MODEBN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meet every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, 8 e 'clock in Derby building, corner Court sna High streets. R. F. Day, Y. C.j F. A. Turner, clerk. SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Keoler, president; Mrs. Lon Tillson, secretary. All eases of cruelty or ne- g'ect of dumb animals should be re ported to the secrctcy for investiga tion. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA "Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360. meets every Thursday evening in Derby building, Court and High St. Mrs. Pearl Courscy, 214 Court St. eraclc; Mrs. Fclissa Pcrsens, record er 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M. ' UNITED ARTISANS Capital-Assera1 bly No. 84 meets first Thursday of each month, at S p. m- in I. O. U. Jr. . Hall. Norma L. Terwilliger. M. A.; C A. Vibbert, secretary, 34fl Owens street. , When yon use Journal classifi ed ads get what you want them to they work fast. t M M tttt Telephone Main 120 NOTICE OP BALE Of Government Timber, General Land Office Washington, D. C, August 29, 1918 Notice la nereby given that suoiect to the conditions and limitations cf the act of June. , 1915 (39 BUt, 218) and tho instructions of the secte-sry of the interior of September 15, 1917, the timber on the following lands will be sold October 23, 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m., at public auction at the United States land office at Portland, Oregon, to the Jiighost bidder at not less than the appraised value aj shows tj this notice, sale to he subject to the approv al of the secretary of the interior. The purchase price, with au additional sum of one fifth of one per cent there of, being commissions allowed, must be deposited at- time of sale, money to be returned if sak is not approved, other wise patent will issue for the timber which must be removed within ten years..' Bids will be received from cit izens of the United States associations of such citizens and corporations organ ized under the laws of the United States or any state, territory or dis trict thereof only. Upon application of a qualified purchaser, the timber on any legal subdivision will be offered separately before being included in any offer of a larger unit. T. 11 8., R. IE., Sec. 27, NW SW $4, red fir 1275 M., white fir 75 M, none of th0 red fir pr white fir to be sold for lesa than $1.50 per M. CLAY TALLMAN, Commissioner General Land Office. Oct. 17 THE MARKET Grain Wheat, soft white $1.942 Wheat, lower grades on sample Oats - i 90c$l Hay. oats $25 Bans, ton $5062 Hny, cheat, new $24 . , $37(0)38 Euttoifat Butterfat - 67o Creamery butter 66c. Pork, Veal and Mutton I Pork, on foot 18c Ycal, fancy .... ................. 19c Steers .. . 7(5)9! Cows .. i 46V4e Sing Jambs -......-. 12c 46t 6&7t 'anibs, yearlings Eggs and Poultry Eggs, cash ... 47e Hons, live 22c Springs 2123o Vegetables Sweet potatoes Onionrio'caTZrZZrZi:: IS Cabbage - . 3c Carrots . 2c Tomatoes $1 Turnips 2-M.o 22V Boots Cucumbers . 254Qe $1.502 . $1.75 Grapes Muskmelon Green poppers ... 7c ... 8e EgK plant Cranberries, box - $4.25 rruit Oranges .... $10 Lemons, box $6.307 Bananas . 8M0 Blaek fias. 25 25 lbs. .. . 4.50 - Figs, 6 oz, packages $4.50 Figs 8 oz. packages - $3.50 k inih a; i2 2!5 FisV 10 lb. ex fancy".'.- $2.50 Retail Prices Crcamerv butter 72c Flour, hard wheat ... $33.25 Country butter v 65c Eggs, dozen - 5500c For sugar permits go to C. M. Lock- wood, food aduiintstrato'r, 214 North Commercial street. " No limit on purchases of flour. Portland, Or., Sept. 25. Butter, city creamery 60c . Eggs, selected local ex. 5356o Hens 2527c Broilers 2730e Geese 1718e Cheese triplets 3536c DAILY LIVE STOCK MARKET Cattle " Portland, Or., Oct. 10 Butter, city creamery C40jc , Receipts 162 Tone cf market steady, unchanged Prime steers $12(5:13 Choice Jo good steers $11(5)12 Medium te good steers $9.75C(11 Fair to medium steers $H2"i9.25 Common to- fair steers $6(?i 8 Choice cows and heifers $S(19 Medium to good cows and heifers $6 (S7.25 Fair to medium cows and heifers $5 fi. . Canuers $3(a4 Bulls $"(a " Calves $'.iiai2 Stockers and feeders $68 Hogs Receipts 5-19 Tone of market weak, unchanged, Prime mixed $18-75(5'19 Mediuim mixed $18.301S.75 Rough heavies $16.75$ 17 Pig $15.50(ol6.50 Bulk $18.7519 Sheep Receipts 424 Tone of market steady, unchanged Prime lamb $1214 Fair to medium lambs $911 Yearlings $10fall Wethers $9(3:10 Ewes $6.50(a9 RAILROAD TIME TABLE "(Effective October 3, 1918.) SOUTHERN PACIFIC. Mala line. Northbound No. 16 Oregon Express , , ,. , 6:55 a, m No. 84 Oregon! an , : : 5:05 a. m. No. 23 Willamette Limited -9:15 a. m. No. 18 Portland Passenger 1:20 p. m No. 24 Coos Bay Limited 4:00 p. m No. 14 Portland Express 7:55 p. m Southbound No. S3 Oregoniaa 3:20 a. ni No. 23 Coos Bay Limited 9:42 a. m No. 15 California Express 10:-58 a. m. No. 17 Roseburg Passenger .9:33 p. m. No. 27 Willametted Liniited5:54 p. m. No. 13 'Frisea Express 4:18 p. m. SALEM-GEER LINE. No. 73 Arrive at Salem 9:10 a. m No. 74 Leave Salem 3:10 p. m SALEM, PALLS CITY & WESTERN. 161 Leaves Salem, motor 7:00 a-m. 163 Leaves Salem, motor 9:28 a.m. 165 Leaves Salem, motor 1:55 p.ni (Through car to Monmouth and Arlie.) 171 Leaves Salem 6:15 p.m 162 Arrives at Salem .. 8:25 a.m. 164 Arrive at Salem 11:00 a. m. 166 Arives at Salem 8:20 p.m. 172 Arrives at Salem 7:40 p.m. OREGON ELECTRIC. Southbound. Leave Arrive Arrive Portland Salem jCugeue 8:15am 10:15 am 12:30 pm ..10:40 am 12:50 pm Salem only Train No. 5 Ltd 7 9 -2:05 pm 4.12 pm 6:35 pm 13 Ltd 4:45 pm 6.40 pm 8:50 pm 17 6:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only 19 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only No. 63 school train from Wooaburn, ar rive o;3o a. m. except csaturaay ana Sunday. (North Bank Station (leaving Jefferson ' Street 15 and 20 minutes later.) - Northbound I Train Leave Arrive Arrive No. Eugene. Salem Portland 6 7:15 am 9:20 am No. 64 to Woodburn 8:55 a. m. except Saturday and Sunday, 10 Ltd -.7:25 am 9:4o am 11:30 am 12 12:15 pm Z:S!3 pm 16 Ltd. 1:4J pm 4:00 pm 5:50 pm; 20 5:30 pm 7:40 pmi 22 5:25 pm 7:55 pm 10:00 pm (North Bank Station (Arrivw Jefferson stroot 15 minutes 'earlier. " CORVALLIS CONNECTIONS. Leave Corvallis Arrive Salem 8:20 am ...Northbound 9:45 am 2:41 pm Northbound.. 4:00 pm 6:18 am .Northbound 7:55 pm Leave Salem Arrive Corvallis 10:15 am Southbound 11:37- am 4:12 pm Southbound o:4U pre o:4U pm HouthPouna s:uu pm HAZE GREEN NOTES (Capital Journal Special Service) Hazel Green, Or.- Oct. 10.- Misses Mildred and Bertha Williamson and Grandpa Petcron spent the last week end with relatives in Stayton. Mrs. Wkeaton Huntley has moved to Hal?m and is living on North Capital ,tIeet. Mr. and Mrs. F. H Chapman received cd woid last week that their son, Mj .'ji, iv."W .u tiic hubpital at Keaiuo N. T camp and had been ill for two weeks. iYui Cuitwrigiit and fauilv left ou Tue.day for their new home in I'irt innd. Tl'fdone scr!..c on the 70F line .... i a r - . . , t. ,Bolr' . Alyin Van Cleav-e ha, been entortanl- lug tho mumps at Camp Iajwis. Rudolph Wacken of Camp Lewis, sPen last Sunday with home folks. Miss Kays is spending this week with hor niece, Mrs. L, Bochtel. ' M. J. Montgomers went to Dayton and other pointa last week to locate a market for carrots, Harold Peterson writes from France that he has been in the hospital for a month, but it is not known, whether from wounds received or illness. Prof. Lutry spent last Saturday in Corvallis. More help is needed at the Red Crosa meeting every Thursday afternoon at the church, in order to get some Belgian dresses completed. The annual Rally day and Harvest Home for the U. B. Sunday school will be held next Sunday, Oct. 13. There will lr,) an all day service with a bask et dinner at noon. The S. S. will give a special program at 11 a. m. The pas-' tor, F. Fisher, will be homo from hiQ Califurnia .trip. Everybody is invited to come and bring something to cat. Any contribution of fruit, vegetables, etc., for the decorations will accept able. Louis Wallace and family, and the Misses Dovio and Eula Rhodes of Port land, Mr. F. R. More of Vancouver, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Rhodes. Mr. Charles' Van Cleave and family returned from thvir eoaqt trip on Tues day, Mrs. Smith Recommends Chamberlains Tablets "I have had more or less stomach trouble for eiyht or ten years," writes Mrs. G. H. Smith, Brewerton, N. Y. "When suffering from attacks of ! digetsion and heaviness after eating, one or two of Chamberlain's Tablets have always relieved me. I have also found them a plpasant laxative." These tablets tone np the stomach and enable lt to perform its functions naturally. If you are troubled with indigestion give them a trial, get well and stay well loll of "From Over There" General Pershing's Official Report The following casualties are report ed by the commanding general of the American expeditionary forces: Killed in action .. 45 Missing in action 49 Wounded severely 166 Died of wounds : 9 Died of accident and other causes 4 Died of disease 9 Died from airplane accident 1 Total 2S3 .Killed in Action Captains Harold G Ross. Yonkers, N Y. Lieutenants Clarence J Bull, Mamaroneck, N Y. Oliver B Cunningham, Chicago Joer H MeClendon, Farmers Branch, Texas WillianvC Stevenson, Mt Pleasant Pa Sergeants James R Beasley, Hollywood, Va. Julius Goldstein, New York Abraham L Morris, Kalama, Wash. William C Morrow, Paris, Tex. Thomas V Rowe, New York Corporals Jacob L Ferrell, Randolph, Texas Henry Hahney, Chicago Richard McHeehin, Brooklyn Gordon M Mattison, Pittsburg, Tex. David B Shclton, Canton, Tex. . Privates Rnfus W Alford, Frecmans, N C. Richard P Bangh, Rattan, Okla. Thomas R Berryhill, Mahl, Texas Edward Bowman, Rochester, N Y. Albert Britzcnhofe, Ft Wayne, Ind, Albert K Chcadle, Richland, Mo.. Roy F Crutchley, Atlanta, 111. Harry M Day, Vrnin, N M. Bert W Dean, Milo, Me. Edmund S Gerry, Ventura, Cal. Henrv J Haessley, St Paul, Minn. William Hilderbrand, Blue Hill, Neb Sullivan R MeKissick, Graeeton, Tex. Frank L McHvghe, rittsmirg William Manriqiics, Whitticr, Cal, Bruce R Nolen, Vandiver, Ala. James L Rooney, Dubuque, la- Joseph H Smith, Hoboken,' N J. i Arthur E Spcedr Rosser, Tex. Joseph H Stotts, Memphis, Tenn. - Arthur V Thrap, Kokomo, Ind. Stanley E Thompson, Madrid, N Y. John C Watts, Texarkana, Tex. Iver M Ween, Barron, Wis. Howard P Zottle, Sioux City, la. Died of Wounds ' Lt Arthur E McDonald, Thomaston, Mo. Sgt John T Cieslinski, Bloomficld, N"' , Privates Richard Jasper, Somerville,' Mas.s'. Samuel Klosenbcrg, Now York Elmer E Krohl, Philadelphia Earl II McDebitt, Lisbon, O. Arthur Millsted,: Bevcrely, Mass. Walter Whittakor, Froeport, N, V.. Died of Disease Sgt. A Oilbert, 'Geiger, Ala. Corp James Keavey, New York Privates John B Conlin, Madison, Wis. Victor A Fromm, St Louis, Mo. Mathew B Mills, Tubervillc, S C. Thadious Mitchell, Pittsboro, N C. Anderson Moo, Enderlin, N D. Jasuer Morris. Harrodsburg, Ky. ;' Leonard Holloway, Calvert, Texas , Died of Airplane Accident Lt David I Reynolds, E Oranco N J Died from Accident and Other Causes Lt Alfred T tan, Newton Center, Mass.' Privates Christian F Mayers Nashville, Tenn Frank G Weagant, Bellingham, Wn. Herman H WooUey,. Pulaaki, N Y, Killed in action ! 35 Missing in action .. 56 Wounded severely 172 Died of wounds . - 4 Died of accident and other causes.... 6 Died of diseaso . 21 Died from airplane accident 3 Wounded, degree undetermined ..... ioiui - Killed in Action Capt Karl G Vansickle, Detroit Mich Bn Sgt Maj Henry G Bruce, Minne apolis, Minn. Lt Martin F Bowles, St Louis, Mo. Knowles G Oglcsby, Bartow, Fla. Sgt. Stanley .V Decker, Middletown, N Y. ' Corporals William Q Smith, Jorsey City N J O Stewart, Baltimore Md. Geo'rgo W Tebb, Ft Worth, Tex, Clarence G Thibaudcau, Kewaunee, Wis. e Privates John Adair, Sandusky, Mich. Vincent B Costello, Washington Emery M ("ox, Newborg, la. Walter A Garlinge. Maspeth, N Y. William A Hanson, Minneapolis, Minn. Willis Harper, Porun, Okla. Louis H Heihlcrshot, Rivers, Minn. Weslcv Johnson, Baltimore, Md. Echo H Muller, St Paul, Minn. Andy Radl, Ulm, Minn. FWnlliam H "Sherrod, Jacksonville, Tex. John L Hteitler, Texarkana, Tex. James Tubervillc, Nashville, Tepn. Earl Hunshew, Monoca, Pa. Sain Rnshkc. New York Andy G Sfhreck, Tipton, Mo. James "G Homers, Bungor, Me. John Hays, Stamford, Conn. James A Love, Clifton Springs N Y John Masterson, Brooklyn John II Wagnc, Montgomery, N Y. George Ziedlis, New Bedford, Mass. Died from Wounds Corp Giovanni Frascati, Brooklyn Privates Timothy J O'Brien, Rochester, N Y. Louis M Thompson, Dexter, Ga. Died of Disease ' Lieutenants Raymond N Davis, Troy, S C. John E Williams, Roselle Park N Sergeants George C Burnett, Joiiesboro, Ca. James P Moneyhan, Mohawk, S J. Waftoners John H OH, Dunning, Neb' I..).!. T Waa Vita V V r'..i. -ri,m. H 'tn..m; Pi.uf;l,l.l Perrv W. T. Roberts. Bayard Neb, r... , Privates imnri Albert Ahneniann, Elmhurst, N -Y. Clifford J Allen, Joplin, Mo. James M Brown, Shippersburg, Pa, Leander Daniel, Palmetto, Ga. Abram G Fiskc, Cliftondale, Mass. Zachanas McAllister, La Grange,v j Beatrice Martin, Florence, Ala. Ezra Metcalf, Keithville, La. I WUliam Patterson, Fort Mill, S C ! . John Li Railings, Jefferson, SC Arthur M Wilkinson,, Boise, Idaho James J Foster, Orange, Va. Ralph W Summers, Opelika, Ala. . John Williams, Guntersville, Ala. Died from Airplane Accident Lieutenants Arne K B Heischolt, Berkeley, Cal. Elmer K Rothenberger, La iayetto, Ind. John H Wilder. Frcdonia, N Y. Died from Accident and Otttsr Causes Lt Theodore Suchoski Wilkesbarre, Pa. -i Privates Matt Durham,JeffeTsonville, Ga. 'PaurHaiduk, Detroit, Mich. . Oustaf L Nelson, S Minneapolis Minn James Wood, Owenaboro, y. Wounded Severely Lt Fred H Norris, Minneapolis, Minn. Minn. Corp Ira E Titus, Ellcnsburg, Wrash. Wagoner Wayao Greenwood, San Francisco Privates Albert O Anderson, Knappa, Ore Roscoe B Barker, Mullmll, Okla. Clyde G Duffy, Canon City, Colo Leonard Powell, Punxsutawney, Pa, Paul E. Rosewag, Baltimore, Aid Wounded In Action, Degree Undetermined Sergeant Charlie W. Thompson. Ro chester, N. Y. Privates Karl Segren, Boston, Mas. Charles A. Siebler, Easton, Pa . . Floyd Streetcr Fergus Falls, Minn. Missing in Action. ; Corporal Byron Edward Foster. Pitts ford, Mich. Privates Albert B. Carlons, Brooklyn, N. Y. John J. Carroll, Eltingvlllc, If. X, Andrew Boling Cartlaud, Ky. Frank Dompsey. New York, N. Y. John C. Donaldson, Pawtucket, B, I. Moris Dragoon, Podolsk, Russia.. ... Felix Dumeleski, Menchiski, Germany. Sylvester R. Fox, E. Adrora, N. Y. Fran Freund, New York, N. Y Vito G. Grove, Canterarao, Italy. Ben Holbrook Mosinee, Wis. Aaron O. Holt, Hebardsville, Ga. ' Walter L. Houghton, Manitowoc, Wis. Vincent R. Hurley, Maiden, Mass. Lee Jaymes, North Salem, Ind. James A, Ixse, Montevallo, Ala. David Loewenthul, New York, N. Y. Harvey Metz, Pittsburgh Pa. John W. Moore, Williamston, N. C. Joseph H. Moore, Dandridgo, Tenn. Frank T. Murphy, Brooklyu N. Y. Wilkie Mat Omen, Liberty N. Y. Arvie Petersen Kenesew, Neb. Paul Rasmuswn, San Biogo, Cal. Shafter Robinson, Malcomb, Ky. tscar Daniel Ross, Fowlerville, Mich. William H. Russell, Hand, Ark, Joe Salmon. Dothan, Ala Joseph Julius -Shisslor, Bristol, Conn George Schneider, Jiuifaio, a. I. ' Charlio E.' Sergeant, Barnesville 0 James G.'Kheville, Brooklyn N. Y. John Short, New York. Merle Haskin Smith. Muskegon, Mich William Francis Smith, Ubly, Mich. Walter A- Stanley,; Ponce.dc leon, Fla. ' George H. Thompson, Dyersburg, Tenn, William J. Thornton, Chicago, 111. John Tomahuiias, Cicago, 111. ' . Emanuel. L. Ward, Bonifay, Fla. Harry Wexelbauin, Brooklyn, N. Y. John H. Pearson, Onconta, N, Y. Harold Phillips, Scranton, Pa. Thomas E. Randolph, Athens, Pa. Herbert J. Ryan, Drilliou, Wis. John J, Ckurcth, Chicago, ill. Charles Willard Smith i'.rio Pa. Harrv J. Hmith Appleton Wis Hnu-nrd Aye wpouse jvituiueoournu. i vv. Va. Jniaos Clarence Greene, Swift, Minn Frank E. Hammond. Albertville, Ala David R. HanMn, Glassburg, Pa. Frank D. Hastins, Claremout, N. II. Henry E. Hoak, Falls Creek, Pa. Orville B. Horn, McLean, 111. William V- Hull, Fargo, Okla. John A. Kelly, New York, Walter Ladwig, Plymouth, Wis. Nicholas, Leibfried, Pittsburgh, Pa. John Lekes, -Greece. ' William A. Lctzkus, Pittsburgh, Pa. Henry Lightuer, Duncannon, Pa. Adulfo Lopez, Tinaja, N. Mcx. Mason Lucas, Giles' County Va. Charles Mesinere, Elizabeth, N. J. Georgo Montana, l'alormo, Italy. Emilc A. Milot, Westfoid Was. Jeferson Mitchell, Bca,ver Falls, Pa. Leonard O. Moore, New York. William A. Moran New York. Glenn Nunn, Portullegany, Pa. Albert F. Passow, Mosinee, Wis. John Jrz-yehadien Philadelphia Pa. Hosea C. Richardson Deleoii, Tex. John Riley, New York. George iL. Rodenbaugh, Conshohock- cn Pa. Nick . Rose, Chester Pa. John D. Rush, Atlanta, Ga. Mark Anthony Ryan, Lou'iaviHe, Ky. Eric F. Shoup, Colorado Hprings Colo Charles O. Hussman, Brooklyn, N. Y. LeRoy II. Wallace, West Coiwhohock Duard K. White, uronsimrg, inu. James R. Williams, Brooklyn N, Y. John Yanno, East Youngstown. O. Egnao JIarkovitch Chicago 111. Clarence E. Maronde Franklin 111. 'Tony, Mars, Rockdale 111. Nicola Mazznrclla Corona N. Y. George B. Meade Lcc Park Wilkes Barre, Penn. Isidore MeltXT. New York. Paul E. Mcntzer, Necwha Fulls, Kus Albert Mongcnt, Rome Italy. Oscar A. Morgan Chetopa Kas. Earl F. Morris Elmira N. Y. Samuel Morturana Gireenti Italy. Loo Frank Quinn St. Saginaw Mich. Gustav Ridderbush, Dorchester, wis. Lawrence Robbins, Havana, 111. I Earl W. Eoush. Rotkford, lib AVilliaai J. Shannon, Brooklyn, N. Y. Milton Sheppard. Naples N. Y. Walter Stanton, Warren Pa. Aaron C. Summers, Eckley, Colo. Henuaa James Suemila, Brooklyn. N Y. J a rues C. Thomas, Lochlomnnd, La, George W. Watruba, Chicago- I1L . W'illiam Weirman, Shanksville Ta. Walter M. Wise, SpurlingtQn( Ky. Taul William Luddy, Clarksburg, W Va. Severio Migliaceio, Ambler, Pa. Robert Muller, New York. George F. Murphy New York Hugh P. Porter, Atlee. Okla. Charles Hybeck, Jr. Elmira, N. Y. Elmer V. Jesperson, Brooklyn. .N. X Martin J. Mct'ook Brooklyn, N. Y. Howard Mangin, Cuba, N. Y. Francis E- Kolson, Braddock. Pa. John H. Bodenbnrg, Marshall, Mo. Joha M. Sahm, Fairhaven, Pa. William F. Tischer, Hhawano, Wis. Died of Wounds Received In Action Privates Robert C. Fowler, Woodbury Georgia Joseph R Garity, Jr. Maspeth, H. x. Bynum Randolph, Cook Place, Tenn. James H. Snyder. Lancaster, Pa. Died of Disease. William W. Biggs, Jackson, Mich. Lee R. MoKiiiney, Tango, W..Va. Wounded in Action Severely. First Lieutenant A. French, Boise. Idaho. Sergeants Dell A. Ashby, Lima, Ohio. Noble Stibolt, Chicago, 111. John W. llufsmith, Houston, Tex. Jerome E. McGuire, Brooklyn, N. Y, Langston Ashford, Navasota, Tex. Oscar Ihieenais Laconian, N. H. Hunter 11. Haverstick, Lancastor, Pa Anthony Marchi, San Francisco, Cal Leonard Perkins, Calvert Texas. Nicholas W. Reiland, no address George H. Rosenburg, Boone, Colo. Ifarrv Thomas, Dallas Tex. Fred White, Cairo 111. - In Hands of Enemy Trivate Roy H Simpson Philadelphia Penn Severely Wounded In Action, Previously Reported Missing Trivate Norman S Lomas. Philadel phia, Penn . In Bands of Enemy, Previously Re- . ported Missing " Trivate A Dupes, Indianapolis, Ind Previou Jy .Reported Silled In Action Private David T Jackson, Memphis. Tenil William Stout, Plumorville, Ark. Webster T. Summers Willow Springs Missouri. John Talmarlge Middletewn N. Y. Ravmond Russell Weiser, Reading Penn. " William H. Whelan, SayviUe, N. Y. Marine Corps Casualties.' Summery of casualties to date Officers Deaths - - 44 Wounded 76 Total . .... Enlisted Men 120 Deaths , I 1082 Wounded .. ..2100 ..... . 24 ..... 130 In handsof enemy Missing .. ........ TotaL.... . Grand Total... ..S336 The following casualties' are reported by the commanding general of tho Am erican expeditionary lorcos (incluoea in above total): v Killed in action 19 Diod of wounds received in aflion.... 4 Died of disease 2 Wounded in action (severely).......... 15 lu hands of enemy. , ; .:. -2 Total 42 Killed in Action First Lieutenant John ' T. Burnett, Grovetown, Pat . ' , " Sergeant Henry P. Ileymann, Clyde, Ohio. Corporal Isauc A. Stover, Paraguold, Ark. Privates John W. Anderson, Boston Mass. Alvin F. Becking, Chicago, 111 Thomas Jl. Bell, Turtle Creek, Pa . William E Bennett, Rochester, N. Y Dilnius Brown, Htatham, Ga. Abe Dohovits, Newark N. J. David II. Gorshol, Roxhury, Mass Andrew 8. llarbuiuk, Sharon, Pa. HI! FROM A ''Papa's Cold Compound'' Ends Severe Colds Or Grippe In Few Hours. Your cold will break and all Rrippo misery en. .ur .,,(. 'Pim'i ii (Jomnound" every two hours until three doses are taken, It promptly opens clogged-up nos trils and air passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose running, re- ieves sick lieailacne, dullness, iever- UhnesH, sore throat, sueezinfc, soreness and stiffness Don't tay stuffedup! Quit blowing and snnft'lina! Ease your throbbing m. LISTEN! headnothing elso in the world gives jroving in eastern Pennsylvania, vruu such prompt relief as "Pnpc's Coil j ton0 monuiiwuts still stand as mar Comnound." which costs only a few Kcr. 0 spots where battles with tho cents nt any drug store, lt acts with out assistance, tastes nice, and cutises no inconvenience. Accept no substitute OKLAHOMA DRAFT BOARDS BREAK RECOKU. Washington, Oct. 10. Two draft boards in Oklahoma and one in iowa sharo the honor of being the first to pninnlcte classification of the men bo- tween the ng-.-s of 19 and 20 and 32 audi 33 and cxamiuntion of men in class 1. Provost Marshal General Crowdcr" or- fiee made this announcement today. A aneed-un contest to expedite tho work of sifting out the men in the new draft has been inaugurated y vrowuer. JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY Journal Want Ads Pay I LEG ALt notices! NOTICE of Review and Equalization of Assess - meet Bon The State Tax commission will at tend as a board of equalization at the eapitol in Salem, Oregon, on the third Monday in October, JlIs, and public ly examine he assessment roll by it made, and review the same, and cor rect all errors is valuation, description quantities or qualities of property by it assessable and in apportionments of assessments made by it; and it shall be the duty of the persons and eonipam , ies interested to appear at the lima and place appointed. Petitions or applications for the re duction or change of apportionment of a particular assessment shall bo made in writiug, verified by the oatfc of the applicant, its president, secre tary, managing agent or attorney im fact, and be filed with the eommissioa during the first week it is by law re quired to be in session, end any peti tion or application not so made, veri fied and filed shall not be considered or acted upon bv the commission. STATE f AX COMMISSION, : By Frank K. Lovell, Secretary. 10-17 HI THE COUNTY COURT Tor Marlon County, Oregon " In the matter of the estate of A Olingwr, deceased. Notice of final set tlement. Notice is hcehy given that the un- -dersigned has filed his final account as administrator of the abovw entitled estato, and that the county court has duly sot Monday, the 14th day of Octo ber, at ten o'clock a. m. thereof at tha court house in Salem, Oregon, as the time and place for hearing any and all objections thereto. ' " ' Datwd at Salem, Oregon, this 9th day of September. 1918. n H OLINGEB, . Administrator. W, C. Winslow, Attorney. 10-10 . NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT Notice fs hereby given, that tho un dorsigned administratrix has filed her final account as executor of tho estate of Lorettn Ross, deceased, in the coun ty court for Marion county, Oregon, and Baid court has duly set the hearing of any objections thereto and the final settlement thereof for Monday, Octo bcr 14, 1918, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day in the county court room of said court in Salem in laid county and state. ' Dated this 12th day or eseptemoor, 191' . ,. - LELA JERMATf, Administratrix of the estate of Loret- ta Ross, deceased. McNary, McNary & Keyes, Attorneys for administratrix. -TO-lB SUMMONS To the .iustices court for Salem dis trict, State of Oregon, county of Ma rion. E. H. Kennody doing businoss un- : der the firm name and style of City, Cleaning Works, plaintff, against He man Tedman, defeivdant.- To Herman Tedman defendant above) named; In the name of the state or Oregon you are. hereby required to ap- ' pear ami answer ine compiaini iiiua agninst you in the above entitled action within six weeks from the date of this publication and if .you fail to appear and answer or otherwise plead withla said time flaintiff will take judgment against you for the sum of One hundred dollars and for his costs and disburs mcnts incurred in this action. Thia summons is served upon you by publi cation by order of the Hon. Daniel Webster, justice of the peace for Sa lem district, Marion county, Oregon, said order datcr the 18th day of Sep tember, 1918. Tho dato of the firat publication oB ths summons is TnHmday, September 19th, and the date of the last publi cation will be Tharsday, October 31t, 1918. DONALD W. MILES, Attorney fur plaintiff D. Webster, Juaticd of the peace,, 10-Sl One American (?) Town Buys No Liberty Bonds Lancaster, Pa. Oct. 10. This county of plain sects and conscientious objec tors includes probably the only helmet in the country where a Liberty Bond has not been sold nor a war savings n ,,jKmiH.,., of. : Five miles east of New Uolianu mors rises a bushy, scrubby hill, known as the Welsh Mountain becauso of its set tlers and now inhabitod by about 09 families of negroes, U wn." there that Abe Buzzard and his cohorts took is-fnge wt"'11 8tnt of" J ficers years ago attempted to round up the notorious norse uneven - , COiistables wero fought wi... a,, tinw under sniritual care of a Menouitc minister, and a maU mission has been wstablisheil atop tha mountuin. But booze and congenial ten dencies still combine to create lawless ness, and state constables periodically are called to maintain order. Dugouts In tho side of tire mountain, made by the horse thieves when first they sought refuge among too unaei- orn8h 0f the hillsides are still used as dwellings by the negroes of the present day. Tho only regular income tne vil lagers have is the money paid them at the mission for broom making and car pet weaving. Tueso trafles wore rvanieu by many of the inhabitants whilo they were "doing time." They haven't given anything to help finance the war. ' , ., Nobody evwr thought it worth whila t0 call upon them for a subscription.