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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1918.
"There is one remedy I
house, and that is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
' sin. It helps tny digestion wonderfully and
(From a letter to Dr.
Mr, J. N. Kidd, Bells,
From youth to age the greatest menace
to health is constipation; which retards diges
tion and disturbs the entire organic system.
To relieve constipation a mild laxative, such as
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, is preferable to
drastic cathartics and purgatives, the violence
of which shock the systemuinduly, :
- The Perfect Laxative
Sold by Druggists Everywhere
. 50 cts. $1.00
A TRiAl BOTTLE CAN BE OBTAINED.TRES OF CHARGE, BY WRITING TO
OR. W. B. CALDWELL, 459 WASHINGTON STREET, MONTICEU.O, ILLINOIS
Soil of if0mu
"From Over There"
General Pershing's Official Report
The following casualties are report
ed by the commanding general of the
American expeditionary forces:
Killed in action ; 79
i)ied of wounds .'.. ... 44
Died of accident and other causes :.- 5
Wounded severely .: ......v 330
. Wounded, degree undetermined 134
Wounded slightly 165
Missing in action 11
Prisoners ...... 1
Total - .'. 640
Tn today 's casualty list are two from
Can W Walling, Waldport, killed in
Vernon E Burlingame, Forest Grove,
- - Killed in Action
Edgar M Whitl&ek, New York 1
Jerome B Moore, Independence La "
Kobert H Murdoch, Wilkesbarre Pa
William U S Schultz, St Davids Pa
P Breen, Philadelphia"
Harold C Hoffmeister, Utica N T'
William R Martin, .North Charlotte
Anthony B McCarney; Carnegie Pa
Stanley McKinley, Cincinnati O. .
Walter Myers, Middle Point O
jsertr'am Pickhart, Huntingsburg Ind
Raymond Buma, Whitinsville Mass
Lswis F Hall, Cleveland 0
Bntrtrd L Wix, Lafayette Tenn
Hark-B Mount, Okott N Y.
' deoii W Schantz, Allentown- Pa ,
Mech;Chas J Ford- North Rochelle
Jesse 'Holmes, FarmvilleVa
Chas H Horsey Chester Pa
Willia J Bryan, Albany NY : - .
AlfreilK Hittcrman, Oil City Pa.
las Wilodge, 'Athens Tex
Robert$B Huffman, Eierrc 8 P
Erne- Hyman, Palmyra N V
Algojsjobnson, White Hall Mich
Harvey H Jordan, Exeter Cal
K.)ren C Kolwyck, Humboldt Tenn
. ff George Korsysko, Chicago
Why Putter With
Common-Ssnse, Simple, Never ' Pails
y You can tear out your corns and suf
fer, or you can peel off your corns and
smile. The joy-pccling way is the
"Gets-It" way. It is the only happy,
painless way in the world. Two drops
' -d tl Drop" on Tli.t Co-U "CuJl"
and the Com b "Coar"l
of "Gets-It" on any corn or callus
dries at once. The corn -finally loosens
off from the toe, so that-you can peel
it off with your fingers in one piece,
painlessly, like peeling a banana.
"Great stuff, wish I'd done that be
fore." There's only one eornpeeler
"Gets-It," Toes wrapped up big with
tape and bandages, toes squirming from
irritating salves, it's H barbarity.
Toe wounded by razors and knives,
that '8 butchery, ridiculous, unneces
sary, dangerous. Use "Geti-lt", tho
liberty way simple, painless, always
sure. Take no chances. Get "Gets-It".
Don't be insulted by imitations. See
that you get "Gets-It."
"Gets-lt", the guaranteed, money
bag corn-remover, the only sure way,
costs but a trifle at any drag Btore.
M'f 'd by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago,
111. Sold in Salem and recommended as
the world 'g best corn remedy by J. C.
Perry, D. J. Pry.
always ieep in the
Caldwell written by
Prank K Kruse, Union N J,
' Michael P Laemmel, Rochester IT Y
Harry J Laureacill, Buffalo N Y
David G McCuthan, Helena Okla
Edward McGIoine, Port Chester N "51
Anthony Malinoski, Reading Pa
"Ceasaer Macnii, Sehenwetady N Y
Michale Meister, Cleveland O '
Press Milter, Pinentle Ky
Florintino Morales, Hondo Tcs
Swann Ray, Revere N C
Joseph A Sbepsca, 3 Sevena N J
Jno P Smauley, Roby Tex
Jno B Swart, Pern Glen Pa
Alonzo K Smith, Monroe Tenn
Glenn P Staley, Whitemore Mich
Herman Streubuhr, Romeo Mich
Franklin T Burns, Indianapolis Ind
Park W Ettor, Magadore O
William Poster, Houlton Me
Wm B Fowler, Hooper Utah
Ralph Freer, New Britain Conn
Peter Graham, International Palls
.Paul B Halajian, Naugautuck Conn:"
Henry Johnson, Graham N C
Matthew Kirzinger, Detroit. Mich
John. W Knowles, Bclleplains Kan
Raymond J Kuhlmeir, Dakota 111 ,"
-Ray Lee, Pino 'River Minn
, Willie Lee, Humboldt Tenn
Lee C Lowry,Gibson City 111
Carl Simon, Wabasso Minn
, Domenico Recao, Torrington Conn
". Estes Durham, Woodville Ga
John L Evans, Alvin Tex
Herbert Gowen, Wells Me
Gordon Jackson, Silverwood Ind
McKinley King, Newark 0
Wm M McColgan. Philadelphia
Virgil E McNcase, Bnssfield. Miss
Jno A Mgan, Cleveland 0.
Harold W Mauship, Van wert O
Kenneth O Nelson, Union N Y
Herbert W Rifon, Harrisonburg Va
Calantino Rizzo, Woodsdnle Pa
Jas J Tappen Staplcton NY
Portunato Valenzis, Jamcsville N Y
Mirl Vance, Galhpolis O.
Anton J Vodiska, Oklahoma City
Joe Zurfluh, Globe Wash
Died of Wounds
j "James O New-Hopper, Mount Joy
Herbert E Burk, Muskogee Okla
Wm A Moreheart, W Columbus 0
George C Ahem, Oakland Cal
Bert Lee, Monmouth 111
Myron J Rcif f, Milwaukee Wis
Christian G Heckroto Brazelton Pa
Le Roy M Cover, Okmulgee Okla
John A Licb, Connellsville Pa
Edward X M Secor, Brooklyn
Lewig N Smith, Ottawa Kan
James M Foraaith, Chester N H .
Jno iF Moriarty, Watertown WiB
Mech. Jas A Dafferon, 8t Louis Mo
Jno Dalo, Jackson Ky
Sam Dantone, Baltimore
. Andrew H Ewing, Detroit Mich
Russell C Laughlin, Guilford Mo
Lowell 8 Leytham, Harlan la
John Menkens, Lebanon 8 D
Charles W Morrow, Jackson Tenn
Wm H Nauss, New Cumberland Pa
Cyril Whitenaan, Michigantown Ind
Ira C Brown, Norwood Mo
Chester N Bullard, Whiteville N C
Arthur E Pox, North Vernon Ind
William 6t Clair Lister, Huntington
Herman Matticks, Manchester 0
Thomas P Nearr New York
Christian L Nisaen, Cedar Falls la
Louis Os-termiller, Ft Morgan Colo
Wm P Plank, Webster la
Gottleid Reily, Danehoff N D
Merrill C Blosg, Ooshen Ind
Jos W Dichen, Toledo 0
Luther M Gilbert, Berwick Pa
Earl Hartford, Mansfield O
Samuel W Jobe, Ada Okla
8ol Kurlander, Cleveland 0
Cyril J CConnell. Fairbault Minn
Frank Scheid, Philadelphia
Frank Stoltman, Milwaukee Wis
Robert Tarrant, Hooker Okla
Fred Walls, Spargarsville O
Died from Accident and Other Causes
Sgt Frank AGabernya, Johnstown
Wiky L Barber, Buffalo Ala
Frank. M Eddinger, Berrestown Pa
Harold E Hueheson. West Haven Con
Harry A Shipley,. McConneUsville 0
Dtea or inseasB
Carl B Hudson, Newtonville Mast
Leon Baxter, Emporium Pa
Walter O Edmundson, Orient la '
Nurso Charlotte A Cox, Baltimore
Biussema, LaGrange - III
Elmer 8 Paddis, Vernon O
Jno G Harcourt, Mount Tabor N J
John J Schneider, Duneott Pa , '
Mech James Shaffer, Mt Savage Mil
Wagoner Andrew T threnholdt, Hay-
Charles O Apger, Detroit Mich
Dante J Barrateli, Quincy Mass
Grorer Black. Carthage Tex
Jno Brander, Muachnnck Pa
James M Branning, Mariana Pla
George H Broughton, Modale Im
Shirley Brown, Culver Pa
Irwin W Burdeau, Green Bay Wis
Arthur O Buschowsky, Chaska Minn
Luther Butler, Manning S C
Donald A Cameron, W Roxbury Mas
Hugh Carter, McMinnville Tenn
Harry Crometi, Whiteville N C
Demetrius Cutright, Magnolia Ark
Darwin Dickson, Lowell Mich
Reuben R Driskill, Champagne 111
Charte-s P Elliott, Philadelphia
Henry A Ellison, Wellsborough Pa
AdoVphus Foreman," Gould Okla
Daniel C Fort, Adams Tex
Walter, S Fountain, New York
Tommy 'B Gardner, Hempstead Tex
Jos Hollingsworth, Rearford N C , .
Thomas G Kimmey, New York
Dave W McGrit, Donaldsonville Ga
Otis Malcom, Monroe Ga
Ernest J Meyer, Belleville 111
William Newcomer, Layton Pa'
James H Reevos, New York - '
Wm P Rhodes, Wrilmkr Ark
Leo J Ryan, Louisville Ky
Charles S Schaffer, Richmond Mo
Frank P Sedlak, Utica S D
McDowell Spottswood, Shelby Va
Hillard Turner, Woodville M.iss
John I Walters Davis Sta SO
Hugh G Wardetl, Big Piney Wyo
William E Watson, Sumner Ga
Pranki Wieinbc-rgor, Carbondale Pa
Roscoo E West, Thomson Ga
Joseph Yosepowich, Newark N J
Ramond R Abbott, Baltimore
Henry T Brown, Camden S C
Frederick Domer, Baltimore
Jesse F Parrott, Mt Clemens Mich
Isaac Williams, Mcrigold Miss
Lewis W Wilson,. Targio Mo
Walter M Verder, Dorchester Mass
John Cauldor, Laurelhill N C
Clyde Clark, Lansing Mich
James M Dougherty, Reading Pa
Rubin Edgar, Jonesboro Ark
John. J Fay Jr, Jersey City N J
Prank Ford, Lynn Mass
Bertie R Gordon, Coxsmills W Va
Martin Gregory, Bartlet N C
John Grunnett, Sajiula Ta
Felix Holmes, Philadelphia i
Oscar Irby Jr, EaBtman Ga
Garnett L Pittillo, Sugar Creek Mo
Matthew Price, Iverness Miss
Killed an action , 45
Died of wounds 31
Died of disease ; ' 87
Wounded severely SO
Wounded, degree undetermined .... 123
Wounded slightly ..- 319
Missinir in action
Killed tn Action "
Lt Wilford A Fair, Pleasant Hill Mo
Benjamin Chester Brooklyn ,
Clarence C Dry, Kirkland Tex
Al Edson. Seattle Wash
, Rudolph Erdman, Chicago
(Jhas it .jvicuuire, Knoxviue lenn
Jos Schlinski, Chicago
Lester W Taylor, Templo Okla
Patrick J Parrcll, Providence R I
Craig E Fleming, Clarion Pa
Carl J Jensen, Loda 111
Win T Wall, Fall River Masai
James A Hill, Crestwood Ky
Marshall C Young, Billings Mont
Lewis W Dillon, Utuhville Pa
Will TT Drowa. Marlin Tex
George A Edii, Sulphnr Springs Tea
John A English, E Orange N J
Joseph Gillis, Lexemberg Wis
Harry P Hamilton, Bellvernon Pa
Wm T Iliekton, Brooklyn NY V
Wm Hoehn, Erie Pa
' Arthur A Jackman, Yonkers N Y
Benmoro O Larson, Jackson Minn
Alfred Moen, Appleton Minn
Kelly Moore, Lamott Pa
John T Murray, Dunkirk NY
James V O'Donnell, Brooklyn
Leon S Palanly, Delaware O
Jos J Ryan, Elizabeth N J
John Scamantzalis, New York
Dewey Schreve, Kunonia Mo
Wm J Singleton, Bedford Mo
Wm P Smith, McHenry Md
Stanislaw Uszenski, Jersey City N J
Walter H Wcisbrodt, Rensselaer N V
Cha A Whalen, Cleveland O
Doesn't hurt at all and costs only
Magic! Just drop a little Freezone
on that touchy corn, instantly it stopi
aching, then you lift the corn off with
the fingers. Truly! No humbug!
Try Freezone! Yonr druggist sells a
tiny bottle for a few cents, sufficient
to rid your feet of every hard corn,
soft corn, or corn between the toes,
and cajlusei, without one particle of
pain, soreness or itritation. Freezone is
the discovery of noted Cincinnati
SPANISH INFLUENZA .
IS EPIDEMIC HERE
Many Cases Develop Into
Deadly Pnemnoma. Easier
To Preyent Than Cere. How
The eonstant daily increase of Span
ish influenza reported by local physi
cians shows clearly that many people
are failing to take the simple ordinary
precautions necessary to avoid infec
tion. For, while influenza, after its de
velopment. i sometimes difficult to
cure, it is an easily preventable dis
ease. The best ilan is to beain treatment
before the first symptom starts. For
no other disease will develop so quick
ly or spread so rapuiiy, you may feel
fine" today be sick tomorrow and lose
a week or more of work. You will in
deed be fortunate if pneumonja does
It is claimed that influenza is caus
ed by a germ in the airthat every
breath you take is Hkelv to draw them
into your nose and throat; that you
can prevent the '. disease by
killing the germs before they spread
tnrougliout your body There is probab
ly no safer or surer way to do this than
to go to the nearest drug store and get
one of the famous Hyoinei Inhaling
Outfits consisting of a bottle of tho
pure Oil of Hybniei and a little vest:
pocket, hard rubber inhaling device in
to which a few drops of the Oil of Hy
omei are poured.
Just breathe this Oil of Hyemei deep
into your nose, throat and lungs and
every particle of air that enters your
breathing organs will be charged with
an- antiseptic, healing balsam.
You can't do this too-often. No ordi
nary night and morning . gargling or
throat spraying will be sufficient bo
long as during the day you come in
constant contact with infection.- The
Hyomei inhaler is small and can be
conveniently carried in a hand bag or
vestpocket. Every half hour or so thru
out the day take it out and draw- a
few breaths of its pure healing air into
your nose and throat. By doing this
you can prevent infection and check
the further spread of the disease even
though you are coming in direct eon
tact with it. This is an inexpensive
treatment as the Inhaler will last a
lifetime and further supplies of the
Oil of Hyomei can be had" at any drug
store for a few cents. ,-.
NOTE: Oil of Hyomei, so strongly
recommended above for the prevention
of Spanish influtnza ig not a new dis
covery but is the application of an- old
and time-tried treatment to a new dis
ease. Hyomei has been a standard in
the treatment of catarrh and colds for
almost twenty years and is sold by
druggists everywhere. Hundreds of pco
pie in Salem and .vicinity keep a Hyo
mei outfit with inhaler on the bath
room shelf for regular winter une. If
yon have one get it out now and use
it, If you haven't one, go to the near
est drug store and get one today. It is
the duty of every person, not only for
his own sake but for the community to
do all in his power to prevent further
spread of this epidemic, and to stamp
it out. i
At Dan'l J. Fry's. ' ,
Chas E White, Cohoes NY
Harlow E Wilburn, Drexel Mo '
Savannah A Williamson,' Denmark
Chas Wood, Elsinoro Mo :
Fred C Ynhn, Rochester N Y
Died of Wounds , . .
Prarik Goerse, Now York
Alva Grccnwcll, Sikeston Mo
McKinley Justice, Pikerville Ky
Emory W Whitney, Bowie Miss
Chas C Saucier, Stanton Mo
Henry L Scaunel, Coinwall-on-Hud-son
N Y . 1
John R Weyandt, Reading Pa
Cook Wm H Frerichs, 8t Louis Mo
Fred T Bradley, Greensburg Mo
Harry W Brown, York Pa
Floyd E Davenport, Simmons Tex
. Wm G Gosdek, Buffalo NY
Vernon Grant, Midway 8 0
Wm 0 Gosdek, Buffalo NY
Vernon Grant, Midway SO
-David J Hagan, Okecne Okla
Raymond P Henry, Louisville Ky
Harry R Humphries, Scottsdale Pa
George W Jones, Wichita Kan
Henry F Kerr, Chelsea Mass
Richard McElrath, Brooklyn
Sive Magro, Waco Tex
President Mahala, Ashland N C
John Orlandisch, Montenegro
Mclvin E Rineheart, Clyde N C '
Thomas C Ryan, New Vork -
Wm J Sullivan, Sears Mich
John Welsh, Philadelphia
Are Yen In Trouble?
The Problems of Life:
Pear, Worries, Sorrows, Love, Domes
tie and Business Affairs, SOLVED;
Nervous, Mental and Psychical Dis
eases, TREATED; and
Your Natural "Place" Vocation
on Earth, FOUND by the
PERSONAL TROUBLE SPECIALIST
DR. ALZAMON IRA LUCAS,
: hydw-Aiuirat and Vocilioul Director.
S3S-S Morsu Bnildiax.
Write ronr troubln or wants. BihIom I cent
tamp. Addrwa P. O. box 867. Portland. Oreton.
THOUSANDS OF 8LKFERERS WHO
to set relief in any other war are Invited
to Investigate Chiropractic method, which
are permanently curing- hundreds every
dB)r'THB BE8T OT CHIROPRACTIC
will thoroughly examine you, make a com
plete diaanoeis of your case and direct
- WITHOUT ANY COST TO YOU
CHIROPRACTIC will permanently enra
K per cent of all dlseaaee."
PACIFIC CHIROPRACTIC COIXECB.
Corner of Park and Yamhill, Portland, Or.
HOSPITAL In -connection with college.
Will handle out-of-town p&tienta at
most reasonable rate. In order to (how
what Chiropractic can do. Address all
DR. O. W. ELLIOTT, Prea. ,
Chas S Woodruff. Rochester N Y
Julius Wooten. Trion Ga
Rob.t Wright, Pennington Tex
-Died of Disease
Lt Edward H Walters, Logan Utah
Sgt Chas G Rossnian, Enfield N C"
George M Dorhehu, Scranton Pa
Leo K Farrow. Fountain Inn S C
Joel M, Austin, Cairo N Y
Everett R Ayres, -Brooklyn
Elashia Bean, Winchester Tex
Charles F Becker, Kimmswich M
Alvin Bormann, Scqnire Tex
John Breidcnfiehl, Philadelphia
AValter 'Burton, Emporia Kan
Alfred D Crosby, Bath Me
-Edwafd Diggs, Markham Va
Adolph Forkel, Hosmer S D
Adlai Greiee, Linneus Mo
Geo B Hargetjt, Franklin Pa
Edward Hart, New Bedford Mass
John E Hayner, College Spas la N
Bery Hunt, Hudsonville.Mich
Kidney Jones, Butts Ga
Malacbi Kelly, Macksean Okla
Gaither L Lewis, Smithburg Md
Wm McNeal, Kershaw S C
Alex L Moe, Moorhead Minn
' John Montgomery, Greelyville S C
! CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT.
t QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVI C E ON SHORT NOTICE
h WHERE BUYER AND SELLER HEEIWE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
EVERY THIN O -ELECTSIOAL
lalim Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North Elgh
DBS. B, E. WHITE AND R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
- nerve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk
villa, Mo, Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85k. Residence,
1620 Court. Phone 2:15. Dr. White
Res. rhone 469.
3B. P. L. UTTER, DESTIM, BOOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce building.
FOR SALE And worth the price, five
acres of choice land for bay, grain
or fruit; located about 24 miles
from city limits, new and well
furnished house and barn, an excel
lent well with pump, acre of tim
ber, plaee- well fenced on R. P. I).
Plenty and variety of. fruit' for fam-
" lly uBe..Prictf $2000... mprovemertts;
' are worth the money asked. Inquire
of Square Deal Realty Co. Phone 470
5 ROOM residence,' paved street, large
lot, $700, $350 cash, balance terms.
, 40 acres, 20 cultivated, 3 prunes, fair
improvements, $2000, $500 cash, bal-
. ance terms at 6 per cent, Strictly
. modern 5 room new bungalow, close
in, $2500. 70 acres, 40 cultivated, bal
ance timber, running water joining
town, $65 per aere. Socolofsky, 341
State St. t
10 PER CENT on your money does not
compare with the following invost
mcntt 4 acres, all cultivated, prac
tically joining Salem, on account of
arrangements td bo met this beauti
ful, well located tract will be sold at
$210 per acre. Mr. investor yon need
not worry about this proposition last
ing long. It will be sold. If interest
ed act at once. Box 215, Salem, Or.
THE FIXIT SHOP Let 'is repair and
Pharpen your lawn mowers. 267 Court
Phone 1022. tf
3TOVE8 REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence,
Sizes 26 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, etc .
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Pence and Stove Works.
250 Court ttreet. Phone 124.
t THE MARKET S
Wheat, soft white $1.942
Wheat, lower grade on sample
Oats - 80c$l
Hay, oats $25
Barley, ton , $O052
Hay, cheat, new .. $24
Mill run $3738
Butterfat - 67c
Creamery butter ... - 60c
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot - ...$16 60
Pork, dressed, - lilto 21c
W. H. WALLINGFORD,
Liberty Six Premier Six
12? A!4 Sfrt OETLASD, C&
'JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
r-v j "f ril
f K A
IZ-XS f (M Wbacto
Harley Murray, Lixville Mo
Wm F Murray, Newark N J
Anthony Miiskal, Boundbrook N J
Western B Myers, Ringald Va
Wm Nigg, Davenport la
Fred O Olsen, Assaria Kan
Ezra E Pettitt, Soper Okla
Atfred C Reger, Fairfax Minn.
Fred K Sommer, Lancaster Mo
Walter B Spradlin, Waldo Ark
Harold M Ward, Brunswi-k Me
Ralph R Wood. Corry Pa x
Carl W Dasch, Weiser Idaho
Donovan T Reeder, Walla Walla Wn
BUYS HUB BARD CREAMERY.
Quite a number of people were sur-
prised last Wednesday when they heard '
that Hersberger Bros, had sold their
Warehouse and feed mill to the Hub
bard Creamer? company. Some Hm
ago wo had a talk with the boys and
Lee said he "was too busy at the seed;
house to give the feed mill the atten
tion that he should give it, and at this
timc'of the year Dan is also busy at!
the cider mill and that they thought i?
BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musici.l instrumental
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
eases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange 337
Court street, Phone 403.
9ALEM WATER- COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bill, payable monthly in advance.
Phone 606. v
MONEY TO LOAN,
On Good Real Estate Security
- THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd 4 Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 5 per
sent 84 years time. A. C. Bobrnstedt,
401 Masonie Temple. Salem, Oregon.
Veal, fancy 17
Steor . , 7Q
Cows . .. 46
Spring lambs 10c
T-mba, yearlings . 67c
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash .. 60(S)62c
Hens, live 2022e
Old roosters ...............-........ 15c
Springs .'. 2124
Sweet potatoes 3VjC
Potatoes ... $2
Onions, local $1.75
Cabbage m zr.
Carrots .. $1.75
Horso radish root, lb , 15c
Turnips - . .. I 2e
Grapes ......!! $2(0)2.00
Green peppers 6c
Egg plant 4c
Cranberries, box $4.25
Oranges .'....C. $12
Lemons, box $10(MU..r)()
Huckelbcrrien, pound I16
California grape fruit, ciko $7.50(a8.50
Black figs, 23 25 lbs - 4.50
Figs, 4 oi5 packuges $5
Pigs, 6 07,, packages $4.50
Figs, 8 oz. packages $3.50
Figs, 10 lb. fancy $2.25
Figs, 10 lb. ex. fancy $2.50
Creamery butter 70
Flour, hard wheat - $o3.23
k'ountry butter 65c
Eggs, dozen Im
Portland, Or., Nov. 5. Butter, city
Eggs, selected local ex. 53(2)560
Cheese" triplets 35rti36c
DAILY LIVE STOCK MARKET
Tone of market strong
Prime steers $12gt.l2.,W
Choice to good steers $11(j12
Medium to good Steers $0.75ffill
Pair tf medium steers $.25((Jt).25
Common to fair steers $6(5)8
Choice cows and heifer $K(o,8.50
Medium to good cows and heifers
Fairto medium cows nnd heifers
Cannens $3(o)4 , ,
btockcrji and feeders $6Ci8
Tone of market strong
Prime mixed !7.50r17.75
Medium, mixed $170117.25
Rough heavies $13.5015.75
" Bheep .
Tone of market strong
Prime lambs $11.50(2 12.50
Fair to medium lambs $8.C0(S10-''.'
' Wethers $9(?i l0'
HAPPY AFTER 20 YEARS
"I must write and tell you 1 am get
ting along fine. For 30 years, that i
over half of my life, I have spent in
poor health and suffering from se
vere gas in stomach and indigestion.
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy has entire
ly restored mo. I also know of several
others who have taken it for the same
trouble sml are now well again." It is
a simple, harmless preparation that ru
moves the catarrhal mucus from, the in
testinal tract and allays the inflamma
tion which causes practically all stom
ach, liver and intestinal ailments, in
cluding appendicitis. One dose will
convince or money refunded.
wquld be best for the whole community
as well a5 for themselves to sell to soma
one who could give it their wholo at
tention. Lee wishes to put in all bb
time at the seed house and Dan will put
in bis time at the cider mill and bui) I
up the apple butter trade, which will
make another good industry for Hub
bard and the surrounding community.
MUKtmrd Enterprise.' - '
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage and
refuse of all kinds removed on month
ly contract at reasonable rated.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main 2247.
Residence, Main 2272.
FOR A WOOD SAW Fhone 1090-E
1255 N. Summer St. Our prices ars
right. W. M. Zander, proprietor. 9-3 S
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornnck hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andrcsen, C C, P. J. Hunts
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp. No. 5246 meets
hvapv 3rd and 4th Trinr. nv. A A'plnnat
in Derby building, corner Court ard
High stroots. B. F. Day, V, C; F. A.
Turner, clerk, .
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360.
meets every Thursday 5 evening ia.
Derbr buildine. Court sad Hish St,
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St.
oraclo; Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 X. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday tf
each month, at 8 p. m. 1n I. O. O. P.
Hall. Norma L. Terwilliger, M. A.;
C. A. Vibbort, secretary, 34f) Owess
RAILROAD TIE TABLE
(Effoctive October 28, 1918)
No. 10 Oregon Express ...........6:55 a. m
No. 54 Orogonian 5:05 a. in.
No. 28 Willamotto Limited ..0:15 a. w.
No. 18 Portland Passenger ..1:20 p. m
No. 24 Coos Bay Limited -m 4:00 p. m
No. 14 Portland Express 7:55 p. in
No. 53 Orcgonian . . 3:20 a. m.
No. 23 Coos Bay Limited 9:42 a. n.
No. 15 California Express ....10:58 a. in.
No. 17 Kosoburg Passenger ....4.18 p. m
No. 27 Willainotted Limitcd....6:54 p. m.
No. 13 'I'isco Express .9:33p.in.
No. 73 Arrive at Salem . ....9:10 a. m,
No. 74' Leave Salem : 3:10 p. m.
8A1EM, PALLS CITY ft WESTERS1.
161 Leaves Salein, motor ..7:00 a.m.
163 Leaves Salem, motor 9:28 a.m.
165 Leaves Salein, motor 1:55 p.m.
(Through car to Monrmuth and Arlie.)
171 Leaves Salem ......I- 6:13 p.ni
162 Arrives at Salem 8:25 a.m.
164 Arrive at Salem J 11:00 a. in.
160 Ariws at Salein -..3:20 p.m.
172 Arrives at Salem 7:40 p.m.
Train Leave Arrive Arriw
No. Portland Salom Jfiugone
5 Ltd 8:15am 10:13 am 12:30 pm
7 10:40 am 12:50 pm Salem only
9 2:05 pm 4.12 pm 6:35 pia
13 Ltd 4:45 pm 6.40 pm 8:50 pin
17 6:03 pm 8:07 pm 8alom only
19 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only
No. 63 Hcliool train from Woouburn, ai
rive 8:35 a, in. except Saturday and
(North Bank Station (leaving JefferM,
Street 15 and 20 minutes later.)
Train Leave Arrive
No. Eugene Salem
a 7:15 am
No. 64 to Woodburn 8:55 a,
Saturday and Sunday.
10 Ltd......7:25 am 9:4"ii am 11:30 am
12 12:15 pm 2:25 pm
HLtd. l:4dpm, 4:00 pm 5:50 pm
20 5:30 pm 7:40 pm
C2 8:25 pm 7:55 pm 10:00 pw
North Bank Station Arrive Jefferson
street 15 minutes ear Her.
COEVAL LIS CONNECTIONS.
Leave Corvallis Arrive Salem
8:20 am... Northbound 9:45 tin
2:41 pm Northbound 4:00 pm
fl:18 am Northbound 7:55 pm
10:15 am. ..Southbound 11:37 mn
4:13 pm. Southbound. 6:40 pm
:40 pm Southbound 8:00 p