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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918.
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"From Over There" Yj
General Pershing's Official Report 4
Today'! casualty list contains the
following Oregon men:
JOHN E. NOTEE
' Pcndjeton; Killed jn Actioa
Portland; Killed in Actioa
; -JAY T. SMITH
Fortland; Killed in Actioa
WILLIAM H. MARROW
Portland; Killed in Ariton.
WILLIAM JOHN COLBROOK
Coquille; Died of Disease.
WALTER A. STTJHLE "
Portland; Missing In Actioa
The following casualties are report
ed by the commanding general of tho
American expeditionary forces;.
Killed in action .................... ...... 179
lied of diaeaso ..; .lol
Wounded slightly 410
Missing in action . 50
Killed In Action.
. Israel' Putnam, Washington
Jos T Tursons, Erie
Francis S. Patterson, Philadelphia.
iWiu. C. Pierce, Twin Falls, Idaho.
Albert B. (Simpson, Wavcrly Hall,
Ga. 0 .
ffa, J. H. Watters, Ellicott City, Md-
Sergeants Frank D. Coats, Trinity,
Ralph F.Puliut4,o, Zion City, 111.
Win. A. Glaseo, Wellston, Okla.
. Albert A. Grodsky, St. Louis, Mo. .
- Bam'l. J. Haines, Alexandria. Va-
Harry T. Morrowo, Cataaqua, Penn.
Murroy H, Plant, Bethlehem, New
Lee A. Brooks, Troy, Penn.
Richard Maddox, Mt. Vernon 111.
Corporals Edward Albert, Mont
Michael Bucuzzo, Haverhill, Mass.
John Pythias Carson, Oxford, N. J.
Robt. W. Cooper, Oxnard Calif.
Albert J. Harden, Elwood, Mo.
John L. Hoffmon, Brookfield, Md.
James A. Kellow, Mufrce-sboro, Tenn
Edmund Ephriam Moore - Kakcency
James J. Mullen, Philadelphia, Pa.
John V. Horner, Lbckhart, Texas.
' Amzi H. Jeffers, Hedlands, Calif.
Oral Johnson, Dayont O.
Hamuol A. Macatee, Baltimore, Md.
; Yaro J Marcs,. Cleveland, O.
Wilbur C. Odam, Vnionvillc, Mo.
William Offenburger, Brooklyn, N Y
Chester C Parmerloo Long Beach
Raymond V Patton, Delphis Ohio.
Elmer E Pcnncl, Malta Ohio.
Alfred Anton IPennings, Greeubay,
John Popson, North LethTmge, Alta.
Chester E. Richardson, McConaels
Chas- J. Rogers, Waco Texas.
Maxwell H. Sievers, Salinas Calif
Robert M Veachey Raliegh SC
KdTonyan, Ringwood Ills
Floyd t Weeks, Andalusia 111
Oscar W. White, Edenton N C
Harry Wilson, Cincinnati
I.eroy Wolfe, Haydenvillo Ohio
Bugler John E Fuchs, Baltimore Md
Machinist Thos. Moore, Collingswood
Mechanic Guy C Brown, Phoenix
Wagoner Henry Kapperman, New
Privates Gabriel Ii Adams, Hcrndon
Chester A Alstrum, Cripplo Creek,
Lester Andrus Spanish Forks, Utah
Giovanni ArTgelillo, Bristol, Pa.
Antonio Arrigo, Beverly N J ,
Ennneft L Bell, tfhrevc Ohio
Harry T Boyle Mahoney City Ta
Balphelo Capobianco, Boston, Mass
Frank E. Carey; Chillicotte Ills
, Jog. H Castro, Providence B I
Harley Philip Chffsp, Westerley R I
George Bishop Cheshire, K-City Mo
Ora Rueben Clark, Keytessville Mo
Lawrence M Congleton, Neches Texas
Hubert J) Cook, Cincinnati Ohio"
fnmuel J Covert Loudonville Ohio
, Harold Deyo, Urbana Ohio
Simon Dukes, Barlberton Ohio
Walter G. Albert, Hagerstown Md
Harry O Altenberg, Franklin Grove
Angus Arnicl, Cooperstown Ills
Carrington E Bailey, Nokcsvflle Va
Curtis F Balthaser Kutztown Penn
Clarence E Beedy, Springfield, Ark
Kdgar Ii Benge, Yoiklyn Del
!iiv V Benoit Verona N D
Philip R Bcrfeld, Baltimore Md
William Buhl, West New York N J
Richard Butler, New Haven Conn
, Alfred P Chappell, Platteville, Wis
William Belwin Crowley, Millers
.Tallies R Cutler, San Francisco Cal
George M Donahiie( Philadelphia Pa
. Harrv E Fnerst, Springfield Mass.
Clifford J Gankcwere West Bethle
Charles J Hanlan Portal N D
. George Haskins, Norhtport N Y
Clinton C Hendrix, Clinton la
Joseph R Hogan, Baltimore Md
Herbert J Kielnian, Dyer Ind
Robert . , Kelly, Oakland. Cat .. . .
CREAM FOR CATARRH
OPENS UP NOSTRILS
Tells How To Get Quick Belief
from Bead-Colds. It's Splendid I
In one minuta your clogged nostrils
jwill open, the air passages of your head
(will clear and you cair breathe freely.'
(No more hawking,, snuffling, blowing'
headache, dryness. 1 No struggling for
ifartath at night; your cold or catarrh
iwill be gone.
Get small bott!e of Ely'a Cream
Balra from your druggist now. Apply
V little- of this fragrant, antiseptic,
Sealing cream in your nostrils. It pen
Wtrates through every air passage of the
lead, soothes the inflamed or swollen
Wnteeus membrane and relief comes in
atantly. It's just fine. .Doat stay stuffed-np
rith a cold or nasty catarrh Relief
Silas Kitto, Runningville S D
John Kniietowitz, Cleylyon Pa
Gilbert M Koontz, Columbaa O .
IiOuis Lohmuller Philadelphia
James C Ludwig, Baltimore Md
Ernest R McXaniara Boston Mass
Joseph McNamara, Philadelphia
Henry Magliarca, Drcsdea NY
Ernest F Martin Airy N C
Constantina Mazzocietti. Kcvstono
Charles K Mull, Montgomery Pa '.
Paul E Myhre, Trail, Minn.
Harry M iXckels, Kahoka Mo
Watter J Obcrhause, Washington Mo
Chester Parsons Beaver Citv, Neb
Gordon Pauley, Tiqua O
Anious Payhe, Yagrande, Ga
Arthur Perkins, Bellston Station N X
George S Price, Phoenix Md
Vincent Ritzon, Jackson Mich
Joseph A Roth, Rochester N Y
John- S Rowe, Akron O
Louis Scarzello, Can Francisco Cal
George H Fritz" Reville 8 D
George W Garret, Humboldt,. Tenn
Samuel L Glenn, Rusk Texas.
James L Glover, Bluff City, Tenn
William Goss, Pedmond, Ala
Walter J Graham, Bowling Green O
Fay Guy, Muscofah Kas.
Samuel Halpert, Baltimore Md
Francis H Heidman, Cleveland O
-William G Jakos, Garfield, Utah
Patrick J Keenan, Berkeley Cal
Joseph P Kennedy, Brooklyn N Y
Edgar H Kimes, Philadelphia
Carl L Kirchdorfer, Louisville Kiy
Ronald A Klippert, Rochester N Y
Henry Jake Koch, Hastings, Neb .
Peter Leturgez, Gilmoro Ind
Fred McCnllogh, Burlington, Kas
Charles G McMillan, Racford, N C
Alfred Nicholas Maas Loupurcx Post-
offico, Pa. .
Lloyd O Magee, Little Falls Minn
Roy B- Martin, Dolphin, Wash.
Tony Marzovillo, Flushing N Y
Joseph F Mathis, Brooklyn N Y
. Michael J Maxwell, Brooklyn N Y
Charles Elmer Milbouiji, St. Joseph
Mo . .
Joseph J Miseannon, Catawissa, Pa
- Harry B. Moore, Shillington Pa
Antonio Morchio, Colousa Cal
Robocrt R Morris, Philadelphia Pa
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR
For Men and
The young men who
want style, fit, service,
will buy this elegant
shoe. It was made to sell
above the government
limit, but we hold it
down to that price, $12
There are many other styles, too, all good in appearance,
comfort, etc., and at prices you can afford, too. You pay
just a little more for a great deal better shoe.
Uort try Iht fair
I John K Mouotafes, New Cumberland
i W. Va
j. .Charles G Olesch, Chicago
! Jerry Bannozzo, Milbrook N Y '
Doininick Patalino Camillus N Y
I Julius M Pcderson, New Brighton N
Carl Cass Peters, Savona N Y
Frederick W Prettyman, Cambridge
Christoforo Quinto, Brooklyn N Y
Lawrence C Reed, Mattoon 111
James R Ridings, Campoobello S C
Oscar L Russell,. Ashland Okla
William L Simmons, Houston Texas
Ferdinand Thomure, St Louis Mo
John Thorpe Lynn Mass
Henry Thorsen, Stockton Cal
NIra A Turner, Sonora Ky
Robert Henry Turner, Petty Texas
Jeptha J Tuttle, Endicott N Y
Joseph V Wallace,. Kingstown P
Lee Walsh, Whitemore Iowa
Thomas I Walsh, Boomer N C"
Roy Wcidcnbach, East Vancouver,
Geo. Weyuker Brooklyn NY
Joseph O Yehle, Philadelphia
Harold H Young, Granville Canada
Jesse E Schaal, Philadelphia
Frank M Sherrill, Browning 111
James P Slattery, Waterville Iowa
Clifford Esmond Tabor, Cranston
George Vanordeh, Jersey City N J
Nicholas Vorta, Now York
, Charles F Weber, Brookl.vn N Y
Mathias Weber Barton Wis
Henry M Zabriskio, Pleasant Utah
Died of Disease
Lieutenants Robert Coleman, Saranac
Lake N Y
Francis' M Burkhalter, Nashville Ga
Winfield Scott Faulds, Chicago
Sergeants Andrew W. Bailey, Besse
James L McDonald, Sidney Canada
Corproals Charles C Conover, Bonne
Earl R Hardner, Oneonta N Y
James B Babbour Jacksonville Fla
Frank Nagcngast - Baltimore Md
Harry Oaks, Annandale N J
Joseph T Phillips', Kellar Va
Mechanic. Frank 15 Weed, Poughkeep-
Wagoners Jack Fishberg, New York
Alfred J Dupont, White River Junc
Harold Hewlett, Ncwtonia Mo:
Cook Arthur R Howell, Thomasville
Privates Vito N Abbruzzesi, New
York , ,
Luther Allen, Bakerstown Ky
Robert Baker, Meadows N C
Laurence B Barnes, Willborn Fla
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'Mart bjth4 fair
Ift Top. Lap
Soam at Back.
II I II I 1 1
No shoe could be more
comf ortablei and men who
insist on ease at all times
are those who choose the
Corndodger and insist on
it at all times. Once worn,
1 rrii ti ira i ji.i.m. iianun am mmn it - - - -
THIS WOMEH dNLY
Sirs. BurBaak ' Takes Tanlac
Asd Now Weighs 127
1 . - Pounds. . :
One of the most noteworthy features
and one that stands out more promi
nently than any other "perhaps, in con
nection with Tanlao is the very large
number of men and women who have
reported an astonishing rapid increase
in weight as a result of its use.
One of the latest to testify to the
remarkable reconstructive power of
the medicine is Mrs. Anna Burbank,
who resides at 3282 2nd Ave. West, Se
attle, Wash. Mrs. Burbank came in
tho Bartell Drug store in company
with her husband rencently and made
the following statement, stating that
she had actually ' gained thirty two
"I can't say," stated Mrs. Burbank
in describing her caso, "that I had any
special ailment, but for the last four
years 1 have been gradually, losing
weight and strength, and. going down
hill. My appetite was so pixr, that I
never eared for anything to eat. I was
dreadfully constipated, and suffered a
great deal with headaches and pains
in my back. I was completely rundown
anil tircdout all the time, and hardly
ha dencrgy eijoivgh to drag myself
around. Nothing dKl me any good, and
I fell off in weight until I was hardly
more than a frame. . ,
"When I began taking Tanlac, I'
weighed only ninety five pounds. 1
had been rcadinc so much, about 'how
others had been benefited, and were
gaining in weight by taking Tanlac,
that I made up my mind to see what it
would do for me and the results have
been far more than I ev-er expected. I
now weigh one hundred and twenty
seven pounds, having actually gained
thirty two pounds in a little more than
a month and am still gaining. I am
always ready for my meals now with
a fine appetite, and have gotten rid of
all the headaches and pains in my back
and my tired wornout feelinpe are gone
too. I got up in the mornings now
feeling thoroughly rested and strong,
and full of life and energy. I can rec
ommend Tanlao te anyone in a rundown
condition, for it certainly has built me
up wonderfully.'.' .,.
Tanlac is sold in Hubbard by Hub
bard Drug Co.) in Mt. Angei by lien
Gooch, in Gervaig by John Kelly, . in
Turner by H. P. Cornelius, in Wood
burn by Lyman H. Shorey. in Salem
by Dr. 8. C. Stono, in Silverton by Geo.
A. Steelhammer, in Gates by Mrs. J.
P. McCurdy and In Stayton by U. A.
Beauchamp, in Aurora by Aurora Drug
Fred B Basel, Lake Bluff, 111
August F M Beutnagol, Nopol, Tel
Bobert Bowen, Honeapath, 9 C .
John 0 Bdyson, Camden. N J
Potcr J Burke, Philadelphia ,
Jesse G Cachman, Port Austin,- Mich
ohn W Colo, Ashland Mo
BolomOn Collins, Krvin, Okla
George F CrMpiri, St'rattonville, Pa
John Crosier, Clifton N J
Cale Day, Hanson Ky
John B Dodgen, Smyrna Ga
Harvey M Dorf, Detroit Minn
Krnest F Dunham) Wcstfield N J
John M Esmond, Iola Kan
Thomas iFarrell, Ne"w York
Charles J Gebliardt, Newark N J
Julius B Haenel New York
Walter D Hall, Anderson S C
Oilfred T Johnson, Sholbyvillo Tenn
Gordon W Johnson, Brooklyn N Y
.lames I Kairns, Anainoia la
William M Kcllcrhals, Noble la
James M Kelly, Baltinioro
Andrew Kozbelt, Mt Pleasant Tenn
Homer Leach, Wellston O
Herman L Lcc, Molvina Wig
Paul Lodato, Jackson Mich
Joseph E McNamara, Hartford Conn
James O McNeil, Aluorei'iuld W Va :
William M McKissack, (. liuago
William G Majors, Baltimore
Jamcai M Maioncy, Jackson Mich
Walter Manning, Memphis Tenn
Frank A Mtulimwon, Murdock Minn
William T Meeklcy, Hanover Pa
George Miller, Cross Hill S C
F O Modgling, Robert Lee Texas
Grover C Mooney, Festus Mo
Kdward P Onacle, Labadievillo La .
Robert B Pcarce Columbia S C
Elmer S Peterson, Cannon Falls Minn
Haywood G Phillips, Percy Miss
Willard F Pierson, Bloom: ngton 111
Adolph L Plegcr, Garwood Idaho
Cuct Pope, Aiken 8 C
Jerry T Slonakcr, Cumberland Md
Harry B Thompson, Alberton Mont
Jesac J Vaughn, Broxton Ga
David D Weaver, Mission Valley
Paul R Whcelock, Kant port Md
Roy B Wright, Luncston Tenn
Edward J Zcches, Winona Minn ,
Axel G Anderson, 8 Minneapolis Min
Frcdolph 0 Anderson, Monterey Min
Harrison P Andrews, Evington Va
Auriek ilirown, Grant Mich
Elmer C t'olson, Willow Grove Tenn
Orville U Gurley, Plattsville Wis
Henry A Hawes, San Francisco
Jones A Hawkins, TrouMulc Va
Fred Keasler, Mnnila Ind
Louis H Koehlcr, Philadelphia
Uustaf V W Loving, Bluclt Kivor
Wis - . .
Winfield Maddock, Brewer Me
Jobn R Marsh, Baltimore
George A Paschal, Koupville Ga
Edwin C Peterson, Clifton N J
Thaddiiis L Pulaski, Miami Tex
Walter F Scheiblc, 1'hiladelpliia
Rubin H Turner, Delvio Ttnn
Henry B Uhlenksrmp, Happtown la
George Vercoe, South Bend Ind
RU'hard F Webb, Girard Pa
Elisha M Weller, Ukiah Cat
Jasper L Wise, Fontaflora N C
Charles C Wood,, New Vork
Pvt Dclio Albicini, Kannskat Wash
William Libao, Tres Pinop Cal
The Jonrnai-Job Department
will print yon anything in the
stationery line do it right snd
save yon real money.
I CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT.
QUICK REFERENCE TO
WfiEKE BUYER AND SELLER IEET-WE RECOMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
taHai Xleethe Co, Uasoaie Temple, 127 North High.
DBS. B. E, WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
erve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school ef Osteopathy, . fCiri
ville, Mo." Post graduate and spee
iaHsed Is nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 605-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone "85a. Residence,
1620 Court. Phone SZ19. Dr. White
Res. Phone 468.
DR. F. L. TJTTER, DENr Ii T, ROOMS
113-414 Bank of Commerce building.
3ALEM WATER COMPANY-Office
eorner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
All Public And Private Busi
ness Suspends On Receipt
At 7 o'clock this morning, when he
heard tho news of the .signing of the
urmistico by the Germans and that the
world war had come to an end, overnor
Withycombo immediately declared to
day to bo a legal holiday in celobratlon
M the event.' His proclamation says:
"In honor of the glorious victory
which has finally been recorded as won
by the soldiers of democracy, I, James
Witliyeombe, governor of Oregon, de
hereby declare this day, November 11,
1918, a legal holiday to be obscrvi;.!
throughout the state of Oregon as a day
of thanksgiving and rejoicing.
"In testimony whereof, I have hero-
tiiuto subscribed my name and caused
to be affixod. tho grcat seal 6 the
state of Oregon. Done at Salem, the
capital, this eleventh day of Novem
The governor also issued the follow
ing brief stutcmeutl
"We are celebrating today what is
probably tho biggest event in history.
It is a glorious victory and Amciicoii
arms and American verilo manhood
have been potent factors in the ichieve
mont of this great victory.
"It seems now as if the military
despotism of tho Central Powers is to
bo transformed Into a region of an
archy this will place tremendous re
sponsibilities upon the allied govern
ments. It is our sacred duty as patri
otic Americans to put forth uur best
efforts to re-establish a permannt
peace and to provido adequately for the
return of our brave men at the front.''
JOHN SHEPHERD DEAD
John Shepherd passed away Friday
evening at 9:35 at his homo on Wolfer
Prairie after an illness of 10 days.
The deceased was born in Brockville
Ontario, Canada, on February 7, 1S40.
Yet while a young man ho moved to
tho United States and settled in Illi
nois where . he was married 51 years
ago to Almeda Plant., of Light House
Illinois. In 1902 he moved to California
on account of joor health and lived
there until eight years ago when he
came to C'luckauias county where he
lived until his death.
He leaves besidi s his wife, two daugh
ters Mrs. George Batchelor of Ashton,
Illinois, and Mrs, Bonnie Wolfer of
Needy, a brother Frank Shepherd in
Canada, and a sister Mrs. James Bell
of Cadillac, Michigan, to-mourn the
loss of a kind and loving husband,
father and brother.
- Burial took plaee Sunday afternoon
at the Zimmerman cemetery. Thoro
was only a short service at the grave
by Rev. Lucas of Macksburg, owing
to the prevailing influenza. Aurora
Evacuation Of Rhine
Prolonged 24 Hours
London, Nov, 11. (2 p. m.)
Mathias Erzbergcr, chairman of
tho German armistice delegates,
bus wireleswd to .German uu-
thorities that the time for evac-
uation of the bank of the Rhine
has been prolonged 24 houra in
addition t(, tho first days til-
lowed for that specific opera-
tion thus prolonging tho time
for movement entirely beyond
the Rhine to 31 days. -
RAILROAD TIE TABLE
(Effective October 28, 1918)
No. 16 Oregon Express 0:55 a. m
No. 54 Oregonian - 5:05 a. m.
No. 23 Willamette Limited -9:15 a. r
No. 18 Portland Passenger 1:20 p. m
No. 24 Coos Bay Limited 4:00 p. m
FIPIS THAT GIVE SERVICE
, Main 120t
BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
eases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
snd furniture. Capital Exchange 33T
Court street. Phone 493. -
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
. THOS. K..FORD
O.er Ladd Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS r- 5 per
eent 84 year time. A. C Bohrnetedt,
401 Maaonie Temple. Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE And worth the price, five
sores of choice land for hay, grain
or fruit; located about 24 miles
from city limits, a new and well
furbished house end barn, an excel
lent well with pump, sere of tim
ber, plaee well fenced on R. F. 1).
Plenty and variety ef fruit for fam
ily use. Pric $2000. mprovemontl
. are worth the money asked. Inquire
of Square Deal 3ealty Co. Phone 470
3 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, $63 per acre. Socolofsky, 341
State St. ' . ' '
10 PER CENT on your money does not
compare with the following invest
' mont. 45 acres, all cultivated, prao
tically joining Salom, on account of
arrangements to be met this beauti
ful, well located tract will be sold at
$210 per acre. Mr. Investor you need
not worry about this proposition last
in ir lone. It will be sold. If Interest-
f . ed act at once. Box 215, Salem, Or.
BRING YOUR TRADES
I can match you.' C. W NlcmoyerAcal
Estate Agent, Canadian Lands, 544
Stato street -
THE FIXIT SltOP-Let is repair and
Sharpen your lawn mowars. 267 Cpurt
Phone 1022. ... tf
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 28 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, ete
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
250 Court street. Phone 124-
No. 14 Portland Express - T:55 p.
53 Oreganian . 3:20 a. m.
No. 23 Coos Bay Limited 9:42 s. m
No. 15 California Express ....10:58 a. m.
No. 17 Roscburg Passenger ....4.18 p.m.
No. 27 Willamotted Limlted.-..5:54 p. m.
No. 13 'Frisco Express ..........9:33 p.m.
No. 73 Arrive at Salem 9:10 a. m
No. 74 Leave Salem 3:10 p. m
SALEM, lALLS CITY b WESTERN.
161 Leaves Salem, motor ..7:00 a.m.
163 Leaves Salem, motor ...9:28 a.m.
165 Leaves Salem, motor ..1:55 p.m.
(Through car to Monnnuth 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.
106 Ariws at Salem 3:20 p.m
172 Arrives at Salem . 7:40 p.m,
Train Leave Arrive Arrive
No. Portland Bnlera ugens
5 Ltd 8:15am 10:15 am 12:30 pta
7 10:40 am 12:50 pm Salem only
9 2:05 pm 4.12 put 6:35 pm
13 Ltd 4:45 pm 6.40 pm 8:50 pm
!l7 6:03 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
i 19 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem onlj
i No. 63 school train from Wooaburn, ar
j rive 8:33 a. m. except Saturday ana
(North Bank Station (leaving Jefforsos
Street 15 and 20 minutes later.)
Train Leave Arrive Arrive
No. Eugene Salem Portland
6 7:15 am 9:20 am
No. 64 to Woodbufn 8:55 a. in. except
Saturday and Sunday,
10 Ltd 7:25 am 9:4u am 11:30 am
12 12:15 pm 2:25 pm
16 Ltd l:4d pm 4:00 pm 6:50 pm
20 5:30 pm 7:40 pm
22 5:25 pm 7:55 pm 10:00 pm
(North Bank Station (Arrive Jefferson
street 15 minutes earlier.
Leave Corvallis Arrive Salem
8:20 am Northbound -.9:45 am
2:41 pm... Northbound... 4:00 pm
6:18 am..- Northbound :.7:55 pat
Leave Salem Arrive Corrslllj
10:15 am Southbound 11:37 am
4:12 pm Southbound .6:40 pm
6:40 pm Southbound 8:00 pa
ON SHOHT NOTICE
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage asl
refuse of all kinds removed on month
ly contracts at reasonable rates.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main 2247.
Residence, Main 2272.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornaek hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Aadresen, C C. F. 3. Suits
K. R. 8.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregoa Cedar Camp No. 5246 meets
every 3rd and 4th Thuf. eve, 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court ana!
. High streets. B. F, Day, T. C; T. A.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF. AMERICA.
"Orogon Grape Camp" No. 1360.
. meets every Thursday evening is
Derby building, Court and High St,
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St.
'oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 meet first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. m. in L 0. O. F.
Hall. Norma L. Terwilliger. M. A.j
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, 34() Owens
Wheat, soft white - $1.4
Wheat. lower trades 0a sample
Hay, oats $25
Barley, ton $50S3
Hay, cheat, new . , - $24
Mill run $373
Crcamory butter .......... .. ...... 66e
Pork. Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot - 16e
. 23(i SI5s
'ambs, ye.'uHtgs .
tiggs. ana rouiiry
Hens, live , .,
Old roosters ..............................
Turkeys, live ... -
Horse radish root, lb
Green peppers oe
Parsnips ........i- 3
Cranborrics, box . $42$
Oranges .. H
Lomons, box i $1010.5i
Bananas - T
Huckleberries, pound 17
California grape fruit, ewe $7.50(g8.i$
Black figs, 25 25 lbs. 4.5$
Figs, 4 oa packages . $
Figs, 6 os, packages -. $4.5$
Figs, 8 ok. packages .. $3.59
Pius. 10 lb. fancy ..... 2.W
Figs, 10 lb. ex. faney....
- Betail Prices
Flour, hard wheat .
Eggs, dozen" ........
Portland, Or., Nov. 9. Butter, city
creamery 60o ;
Eggs, selected local ex. 6356e
Cheeso triplets 3536
DAILY LIVE STOCK MARKET
Tono of market steady
Primo stceis $12.25(nJ 12.75 i
Choice to good steers $U12
Medium to good steers $10(ctll
Fair to medium steers $8.50(i9.50 I
Common to fair steers $G8
Choico cows and heiters $.a5(Vi;8.7S
Medium to good cows and heifirs
Fairto medium cows and heifers
Canners $3(o4 '
Stoekers and feeders $6(8
Receipts 377 . ;
Tone of niarket steady
Prime mixed $17.25(Sir.35
Medium mixed $1717.25
Rough heavies $15iC15.33
Pigs $1415 -Sheep
Tone of market .steady
Prime lambs $U.50 12.50
Fair to medium lambs (8.5010.50
.Ewes $6(o 8 . . ,
The Joarnsl Jofc Department
will print you anything in tha
. stationery line-ro i right and
save yon real money.