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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1918.
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From Over There
General Pershing's Official Report
The following casualties are report
ed by the -commanding general w the
American exp ditionary farces:
Killed in action 150
Died of wounds ...... 115
Died of accident and other causes. 4
Died of disease 100
Wounded severely 44
Wounded, degree undetermined 14
.Wounded,' slightly .... 95
Today's casualty list contained the
following Oregon men, all killed In
Elbert C Johnson, Portland
Grover C Eckley, Enterprise
Edward Mclutyre, Mulino
Bliss Arthur Armstrong, Portland
Henry S Baker, Grass Valley
Bufus C Sells, Biverton
John Nelson, Astoria
Killed in Action
C'apt Charles G Roilly, Pittsburg
B Reeves, Plymouth Ind -John
J Welch, Niagara Falls N Y
' James H Claxton, Montezuma Ga
John B Lyman, Alexandray Bay N Y
Farley W Moody, Tuscaloosa Ala
. K Thorp Vanduzen, Philadelphia
E Campbell, Brooklyn "
1'leasant T Christian, Topoka Kas
Orion E Collier, Florcsvillo Tex
Floyd C Dewitt, Pittsburg Pa
Charles 6 Emerson, Now York
Fred A Kennedy,. Norwood O
Herman Kent, Jamestown N Y"
Hcrschel 8 Lancaster, Seattle Wn
Ernest C Lahaw, Maxmcadows Va
Fred McFeters, Ney O
Amen B Nafez, Cheyenne Wyo
Albert S Sadler, Springdulo Utatt
Harold B Apthony, Freedom Ind
Ora L Collins, Greenfield Mo
George W Engelking, Indinaapolis
Oill R Jamison, Seattle Wash
Everett M Johnson, Falconer N i
George Morgan, Scranton Pa
James A Sheret, Albion NY.
James E Anderson, Fullerton Ky
John H Dallenbach, Champaign 111
Arthur R- Green, Murray Utah
Georae E Green, Chambcrsburg Pa
Jiert J Hale, Shelby O -Hugh
V Higgins, San Frsncisco
Robert V Ritter, West Chester Pa
Harry Scholin, New York
Leonard W Vaughn, VanPuzer Mo
James Yost, Chester Pa
George R Day, Bountiful Utah
Grover Seekiiinir, Belmont W a
Bugler (juincy C Carpenter, Grant
J'Uectrician Paul Terry, Nashville Ten
Modi Walter , A Li mike, Medina N Y
.Meeh Ivan V Call, Eastwood N Y
Wagoner John H Coruni, Abigdon Va
Cook Frank Coleman, Carabou Minn
Ncls L Andersoit, Tintah Minn
Hambleton F Andrews, Central Point
Va -. .
Walter P Baker, Tiaskokc N Y
. Charles C Carr, Chicago . -Milton
G Chase, Denver ' '
Anthony ChriRt, Brooklyn
James R Civitillo, Rochester N Y'.-
Patrick J Conroy, Homestead Fa
Howard L Crowser, Gifford Idahe
Robert W Culmer, Beaver Falls Pa
Peter W, Cummings, Pnnxsutawhey
, Pa ,.
Ray Desmond; Ohio 111
George E Luke, Hukers Pa-:
William H Fanning, Frecwatcr Mont
John H Ferguson, Lyons Kas" '
Lawrence M Flatner, Morri Minn
Fred Fleury, Wood Haven NY
Thcia G Flynn, Brooklyn
George M Fortcnberry, Frosa Tex
Willie Galloway, Wcntzville Mo
Joecph A Gough, New York
Robert B Greene, Centralin Kas
Ernest W Hahn, Doland S D
Charles B Hall, Ogreeta N C
George Harrington, Sacramento Cal
Victor Anton, IHutte Mont
Arnold W Aosved, Avon Ida
, Marvin T Arnold, Geneva Tex
Wm H Arnold, Silver City Ida '
Frank Beckett, Watson Mo
oJhn A Canipbcll, Fargo N D
George D Cook, Philadelphia
Sidney Dnfrenze, l4iplae La
Lewis G Dunawny, Saulsbury Tenn
Charlie B Elder, Deport Tex
Thomas P Harrison, Scottsvillp Va
John D Jefferson, Sandylevel Pa
Addis W Jeffries, Grafton W Va
Henry R Johnson, Albion Cal
Joseph W Justin, St Joseph Minn
Hiram Medcnahan, Cleveland O
James R Marsh, Burke 8P
Robert A Martin, Rogers Tex
Vincent Martini, Phihwleiphia
Sweeney Mason, Rusliville Neb
Henry R (Shaw, Aurora 111
Chas Sherman, New York
Harry Hirch, Philadelphia
Wesg Hughes, Wess Ky
William J Hurd, Benova Pa
Harry J Hutchinson, Mavfiold N '
Wilbrr R Irick, Hornell NY
William E Irwin Jr, New York
.Job V Jackson, Middletown N Y
Henry G Kenny, Amherst Neb
John Kilmus, Long Island City
Earl Kissel, St Marys Pa
"I had a bad case pf constipation,
pa9 on, the stomach, and other bowel
trouble. Twelve hours after 1 took
Adler-i-ka I felt better and after con-,
tinning J consider myself C'CRED."
(Signeri) E. H. Beeman, Calispell, Wn.
Adler-i-ka expels ALL gas and sotir
jiets, stopping stomach distress IX
KTAXTLY. Empties BOTH upper and
lower bowel, flushing ENTIRE ali
mentary caniU. Removes ALL foul mat
ter whilph poisons system. Often CURES
ronstipaTion. Prevents appendicitis. We
have sold Adler-i-ka many years. It is
mixture of buckthorn, eascum, glycer
ine and nine other simple drugs. 3. C.
Danl F Knowlton, Moline 111
Stnnlcy Kowal, New York
Martin H Laffin, Buffalo NY
Perry A Lamb, Elston Kas
Elmer G Larson, Parrett Mina
Benj E Lawrence, Courtmy S D
Lonnie W Lawrence, Fairmont W Va
Benj C Lentkoop, Rochester N Y
Parry W Lindberg, Scranton N D
Edgar L Under, Beldenville Wis -
- Oscar B Litchfield, New York
Alfred Lodin, Calloway Minn
Paul E Lorenz, W Lawrence Mass
Chas J Love, Bobncville NY
Earl McCiillough, Hochheim Tex
Chas T McGowan, St Charles Mo
John Malonoski, Niagara Falls N Y
Frank A Malican, Buffalo N Y
George B Morris, Coupeville Wash
Christen D Nowell, Bernwick Me
Samuel P Parr, Fillmore Cal
Louis Pine, Richmond Hill N Y
Richard A Powell, Salisbury Md
Frederick Pulz, Philadelphia
Norman L Robert, Lnporto Ind
Leo Rush, Waynesbug, Pa
William C Ryan, Doniphan Mo
Anthony Shaet'er, Broekljn
Otto Schilling, Maple Plain Minn
Thos Schmitz, Eden Valley Minn
Emil J Schwab, College Point N Y
Abraham L Turner, Royorsford Pa
Ernest J Yelia, Tonawanda N Y
Michael Vigilittre, Rochester N Y
Fred M Zciglcr, Durand Ill
William Zieka, Sharon Springs Kas
Harry Zucker, Brooklyn
Died from Wounds , ;
' - Lieutenants
Charles G Crittenden, ' Thomasville
James D Dcbmit, Pittsburg
James Nixon, Cleveland 0 '
Honry 0 Carpenter, Gaston la :
Kennedy Conktin, New York
John Patrick Conncll, Franklin Pa
Elsa Dawson, York Neb
Glenn H Dyer, Petersburg Tenn
Joseph R Harmon, Fredonia Gas
Pnnr Hill.' Everett ' Wash-
Lloyd W Kinnington, Humboldt Ten
Howard Turner, minora jn i
William S Bennett, Maben W Va
Robert J Duano,, New . York .
Hugo A Jones. Lemoore Cal
. " - 1 . ..... . -m
Wilson 'a Lcacn, wrooKiyn i i
Jnck D Raymond, Chicago
Ezra Russell, Strong Ark
Albert. W Smith. Dudric.lt Kas
Arthur L Calkins, Batavia N Y
Georgo A Margurger, Camphill Pa
Lloyd D Tschoopp, Elizabethton Pa
rhillipi R Yaney, Muskegon Wi
Isadore Aschc, Brooklyn TT Y
Enoch Aston, Troy N Y
Arthur F Aunchman, Slioreham Va
.William T Uaun, St Louis Mo
Frank J Biorne, Providence R I
Salvador Beninnto, Boston
, David S Bcntkowski, Chicago
Van E oyd, Charlotte Mich
William Bundic, Parksley Va a . . ,
Walter L Byrne, Berum In
Peter J Con'way, Philadelphia
. Andrea. Ctavietto, San Frajici'sco
Elza E Denny, Maysvillc Mo
Thomas Devine, Whitnker Pa
August Donner, Belview Minn
George E Eaton, Toutle Wash
Henry Eighorn, Melrose Mont
John F,kvall, Springbrook N D
Harry M Fitzgerald, Orwell Va
Edward O Fogarty, Elma la ;
Danil W Fvock, South Fork Pa .'
Lloyd R Graham, Webster Pa- .
August A Gross, Dekalb 111 ? ,
John J Herring, Ridgeway Ta
Albert R Higginbotham, Trackfork
Floyd K IIinsbaw,-MoldPr aWsh
Frnnk A Johnson, Philadelphia ' .
Walter E Johnson, Harmony Minn
Harry S Kclley, Fhoenlx Md
Albert W Kerr, Jersey City N J
Tat B Key, Monoville Tenn
George J King, Fremont 0
Vincent King, Bridgeport Conn
' Frederick C Ladendorf, Roanoke 111
Joseph F Leslie, Johnstown Pa
Arthur Likens, Coraland 111
Ernest C Lindop, England
Harry Abrams, Louisville Ky
Moe Andrews, Brooklyn
Frank G Bloom, Medina NY
James M Blnndell, Flushing L I
William M Rock, vNew York
T.eter Cartwriirht. Viloni.i- Ark
George L Church, West Huntington
W Va . .
Roy T Elrod, Bryant Ark
Owen Gernldson, Utica 8 D (
i'ardosa Harrington, Osborn N C
Theodore P Jensen, Brooklyn
John P Keadall, Rozabel O
Michael Korotki, Kne r'a
Joseph T Long, Darby Pa
William B Mace, Malta Hi
Bennie O Ncsland, Molntoch Minn
Albert O Quamnic, Zumbrota Minn "
William E Reeves, . Arroyo Grand
Russcl W Ripley, ira ia
n..,o A Ainith. Victor Ida
Howard Swingler, Parkersr-nrg W Va
George- W Turner, Tuscaloosa Ala
Jollv V Walker, Piteairn Pa .
Johii Weld, .Ihonstown Pa
Walter F Wooley. Edwards Mo
William A McMillan, S'raw Plains
Tenn . . . .
Kenneth A Mackenzie, rirouKijH
James H Mahoney, Cynthinna Ky
Leland C Mead, N Tonawanda N x
Cornell Moblaun, Dryden Mich
William Morton, Boise Ida
Thomas A Nearly New York
Jaspeh H Orrick, Morristown Tenn
Edwin E Pntrell, Ware Mas
Howard H Raabe, Tamaqua Pa
Arthur li Russell, Be.lford Pa
Albert Smith, Vinton la
Bertie O Stadig, Waukepan III
IVrnce G Steading, Willismstoa S C
James J Tivers, New York .
Henry D Vance, Round Mountain Ala
Elza h Willis, Badom 1U
Hilton I Wisenaa Benton Wis
' 'Herman Wdlnmn. Brooklyn
William N Woods. Smart Motion Ten
George yatt, WalkersviUe
t.i. it U'i-ncki. Jcrser tity I J
DM fW Accident and OtU Causes
Harrv Z Biedeman, Ambler Pa
Ira King, Amsterdam Ga
FJard Quintin, 1 'tut B 1
Earl English, Kecskia Idaho
Died of Disease
Robert Landers, Hagerstown Md
How Monmouth Heard ,
The Great War News
(Capital Journal Speeial Service)
Monmouth, Or., Nov. 14 The "lid"
is off in Monmouth since Saturday
evening, when permission was granted
by the county health officer, at the
solicitation of Dr. Laura Price, city
health physician. As there iave been
no new cases of influenza in town for
about two weeks it was considered
safe to raise the ban on public gather
ings. Churehes resumed services Sun
day morning and it was announced that
both the High and Training schools
would open Monday. Students of the
various schools reported for work Mon
day morning onlv to find that there
was "nothing, doing." in that line, as
the report of the signing of the arm
istico had arrived and every heart
was so full of joy at the glad news
and every youngster so jubilant that it
was decided best to declare a holiday,
for all three of tho schools. Prof. Gil-
more of the Normal, in his usual en
.!...;.: . t i,
morniiiff demonstration, marshaline his
forces, which constituted the entire'
indent ottondnioi. nf the Knrmiil. Hiuh i
Tininr l,nlQ ho rsth.irnil them
ia a body and marched them through j
the struts rul tn out timirhhorinf citv. :
Independence where they preceded to ,
"carrv on'.' in a most jubilant man- mimo. mw vamiira icjuewuwu
ner. Independence people imbued withle student body in expressing thanks
the aame spirit, joined in the frolic! to the boys "over there" as well as
Snmo f th -.tminnt. aernontiiied in ! to those who had not been permitted
and out the stores and business houses i
singing snatches of patriotic songs and
otherwise demonstrating the joy which f
tw fit rw .ww. he.m crnn-
erous and treated the crowd to choco-j
lot. n,nv nlanorda redinr 'T Hell
with Business" were displayed in the
windows along the streets. A Monmouth
merchant, on being asked the price
of flags,- told the bunch to ' 'take them
and go on "I ...... , . .
On Monday afternoon a patriotic
program was given in the Normal
chapel, which, in spite of the 'flu"
was well filled with an enthusiastic
audienco After the invocation by Rov.
W. A. Wood came much singing of pat
riotic songs accompanied by the
marching of students carrying flags.
Prof. Butler of tho department of his-1'
ir, . k;f o.i.UuM i f,,oiiniriv
of tho true meaning of this greatest of to become a citizen of the Umtd
all historical events the signing of Sta He told how his father had said
the armistice hv the representatives of , to him " Henry if you over have the
the German government, which marks ! "PP01-""1-, ''B" ,'0T ne stars and
tho end of this torrible world war andl'Pf8' ' Tte Pesiflcnt sees in the I.
ushers in the dawn of international W. W. clement in this country, a gro&t
or world democracy. Prof. T. H. Gen-1 memec to democracy and believes that
tie then addressed the audienco from i to counteract thnv influence we must
knowledge gained from his residence !
Arthur E Pierce, Republic O
John Rocher, Hackensack N J
Robert B Stuart, Sugar Grove Pa
Walker E Bailey, Riodell Cal
George S Caldwell, Catssauqua Pa
Charles N Smith, Popo Tenn
Musician. Harry E Erving, Chicopce
Mech Oscar A Ruppelms. Rockford
Wagoner Judson C Maatz. Mamns-
ville N J ;- .-. . .. '. . " ' , :
Walter K Foley ;
William T -Guthrie,. Billings Okla
John C Muricus, Galix Va ' '
Frank Ankclein, New York
.lacob Bergrin, Brooklyn
Harvey J Brchm, Fayette O . ' ;
Ifa F Brown, Lenox la-: ;
John T Burus, Zanesvillo O
Russell Carter, Butler Ga
Georgo W Corey, Washington r.
William M Dann, Kingston N Y '
Jim Dautoni, Wilbui'ton Okl
tfay Davenport, Soldiers' Grove Wis
Daniel F Davis, Lewiston Mo
Anson L Decoursey, Erie Pa
, Frank E Dempsey, Emporium Pa V
' Laverire Druilge, -Clarence N Y
Robert L Buck, Gates N C
Anion Eads, Hope Mo
Otto G Ehmcke, Winona Minn
William J Evitts, Dover Tenn
Martin Feldner, Vanwert O
Charles N FletcheT, Seattle Wash
Basil Glasgow, Mt Washington Ky
Mitchcl J Grady Jr, Philadelphia
Clarence Graham, Galena Kas
Charles H Green, Lonaeoaing Md
John B Guhwall, Ridgeway la
Clifton T Hayes, Manson N C
Jacob H Hirnesicn, Denver Pa
Asa L Hockman, Ottsville Pa
Ernest Horton,. Clarkesville Tenn
Albert A Howe, Viola la
Tames 8 Huffstetter, Carlisle Ky '
Helmer Johnson, Houston Mina
Benjamin Kiscr, TJrbana O
John Lamont, Mansfield Miss
Oliver J Langjahr, Colby Wis
Edwin Larson, Wahoo Neb
Charles W Lembske, Burtrum Minn
Herri.Hon Lever, Philadelphia
Clyde R Lewis, Millnesville Pa
Tom Lewis, Myrtle Ala
Thomas B Long, Harrisonburg Va
John E Lyneh, Padroni Colo
Hcrschel E Lynn, Pes Moine Ia
" William H McCabe, Mullen Tex
Allen J McDonald, SoutU Touston
Marvin McKinneV. Armstrong 111
r.som M Meodaw, Huntington W Va,
Oscar T Moore, Butler tia
William F Murray, Newsrk N J
Albert N Myhre, Caledonia Minn
Lionel T Novy, St Loois Mo
William I Odell, Celina Tex
Harley W I'eterson, Wildrose Wis
Joseph Petisx, Passiac N J
( ha A Poland, Kirby W Vt
Albei t H Polke, Webster la ,
Norman B Price, Olney Md
James K Riley, Guin Ala
Monte L' Robbins, Lawrenee Kas
Horace Ruff, Pomnria S C
Nicholas Schlcsscr. Nelson Minn
-Oswald H Schmover, MeCummie Pa
Albert II SchnirrirZ. Saccity Ia
Alfred H Schutts, St Bocitacueg Min
tttacy 8 Shockley, Odessm Del ,
Lonnie L Smith, Chicod N C
Wavnc H Smith, Freeiandvillc Ind
Willie Snavelv. Waterloo la
Walter D Stauffer, New Cambria Ks
Thomas Sullivan, ClarKsmu rj u
Guy M Sweiert, Lancaste- P -'.
Antonio Te'.les, El Paso Tex
Chester E Treaster, Pine Hill Ala
Henry p Tureotte, Worcester Mass
Francis Urbanis, Philadelphia 1
lister Vorac; Ludirigton Mich , .
Ira B Waldron, Bay La'.e Fla
James Walker, Denver 8 C
Esrl N Wolporr, Dtincannon Pa .
Wilbur A Wright, Marb'o Colo
George Yekel, Rocky Fori Colo
Wilbur Yockley, Los Angiles
OPEN NOSTRILS! END
A COLD OR CATARRH
How To Get Belief When Head
and Nose are Stuffed Up.
Count fty! Tour eold Jn head or
catarrh disappear. Your clogged nos
trils will open, the air passages of your
head will clear and you can breathe
freely.'v No more snuffling, hawking,
mucous discharge, dryness or headache;
struggling for breath at night
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist and apply
little of this fragrant antiseptic ereara
in your nostrils. It penetrates through
every air passage of the head, soothin
and healing the swollen or inflamed
mucous membrane, giving you instant
relief. Head colds and catarrh yield
like magic. Don't stay stufled-up and
miserable. Belief is sura.
in Germany twenty-five years ago, he
told of the change that had come ever
the German tieonlc since then. At that
time he said the eommoa peoplo were
q. industrious, peace-loving sort,
but due to the ibrutal ideals of the
ruling class, and the system of oppres
sn employed by them, the people had
gradually become hardened until they
hai themselves become victims of
to go, .for helping to make the day
laa one- i
Miss Rosa Parrott of the department
of English expressed great happiness in
being permitted to participate in the
Rreat celebration. She was generous
of, those in the the cantonments and
the forts or elsewhere who have been
eaircr to go. Also to workers in tho ship
yards forests and factories and on the
farmu, and to all who in any way havo
contributed to the winning of the war
for democracy, the last but not the
least tribute she paid to the ''Moth
ers of Men", after which sho gave a
President Ackerman, speaking last
told briefly how his father had left the
''Fathorland" in his youth, partly to
escape military duty and came to Am
nave mo an" ?.eupr calKall"ulu .,BC
ilities and a full supply' of American
mado teachers. Several musical nunibefs
wore rendered by a double quartet Of
Normal girls, the principal nunuier oe-
mg KiplineB .'Recessianar ' led by
Miss Schuctte, head of the department
of music. At tho close of the entertain
ment the audience assisted by Miss
Brooks, as "yell" leader, gavo fifteen
rousing ' Rahs! " for the "Yanks'";
fifteen for the Allies fifteen for Wilscn
and fifteen for the Home Guards! Many
citizens of Independence attended tho
celebration the iHonie liuanis irora
there attended in uniform. Amid tho din
of auto horns, bells, whistles of every
description! -pistols and th-r "official"
cannon brought along by the liome
Guards and the cheering and waving
of flags, tho meeting broke up and
the visitors f roi.i the sis'cr -city, ac
companied by a representative bunch
from Monmouth, adjourned to the for
mer place where the , ceremony of
'"finishing" the kaiser ended tho cele
Monmouth also "bit'? on the peace
"rumor" which camo last Thursday
and assisted tiy a large delegation from
Dallas who came in autos. proceeded to
celebrate in a fitting manner. Much
"joy-riding" was done, the drivers
utterly disregarding all speed regula
tions,, and the revelers each trying to
outdo the others in ' the amount of
niose contributed. A huge municipal
bon fire was held In the evening, with
a short patriotic program.
John Webber who has be.n in the
service of tho mustering department
at Camp. Lewis since July, left Thurs
nay too nn. ior von ,....,
where he goes to specialize in chcm -
: ..I... nvnuI.nIAl.lt. in nrAnornhnn tfir
day tho 7th for uolumtms, unio,
laWJ ... y ........
work in munition lactones-
MrB. Loette Brown of Portland is
visitinsr at tho home of her mother,
Mrs. Adie Shore this week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Chaso, formerly
of Monmouth he, moved frcm Bend
Oregon, to Oakland, Cal., when Mr.
Chase has a position as motcrumn on
one of the city's traffic Unes.
Mr. I. M. Simpson of the Luckia-
mute country has pnrchaiied a "Wat
erloo Boy" trai.tor and gang plow,
which was delivered to kitn Saturday.
Harold Haley made a trip to Port
land the first of tho week in the in
terest of the Graham garage,
Mm. J. M. Slack of Halyard Waeh -
mirton has been hero for the last tnrcek ,, ,. auu In Urinn miv
woeks visiting with her daughter, Mrs,j8tat() of Orcgnon within six months of
F. C. Davidson an i fain 1 1. I the date of this notice.
In a recent letter from Mr. Ostein
ho states that he -Ms visited his son
Tom, who i with the Engineers, ntar
the front lines, bis company naving
iust finished the coosVnction of n
railroad across No Man'.? Land, fol-
lowine after the bays In their Irivo
''over tho top" Tom ran tho levels
for this railroad waictt ii'iw connects
with tho German line on the opposite
There is no change in the personnel
of the city fathers this year, as only
i:.!..! 1- k.. IM V M
OI1B HCKl'l Wan ill ViMJ xiviu -
Ebbert succeeds Daniel Stump, as
councilman for tho 'one-year term..
HOME CANNED GOOD&
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
valis, Nov. 14. Home canned foods
will be neither toxed nor confiscated
by the United State government,
writes O. H. , Benson, in charge of
girls' and boys' "club work, to O- D,
Center director of college extension.
The government wants every family
to can and use as much home grown
and seasonal food-staffs as -possible,
he points out. . The letter was prompt
ed by the rumor that the government
would requisition much food preserved
at Jmme. nL. put a. special war' tax
on the remainder.
JOURNAL WANT ADSPAY',1
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WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEET WE RECOMEND OUR ADVERTISERS E
hOn Keetrie Co, Maso&ie Temple, 127 North ELjk
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND R. W, WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of" Ostoopathy, Kirk
ville, Mo. Post graduate and spee
lalized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85a. Residence,
1620 Court. Phone 2X16. Dr. White
Res. Phone 409.
DR. F. L. UTTER, DENr li.T, ROOMS
413-414 Bank of Couimeroe building.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
eorner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
; EOLA NEWS ITEMS
. (Capital Journal Special Sorvice.)
Eola, Nov. 13. Thore is no influenza
here, nor has there been any cases
whatever in Eola. - j
AH work is stopped on tho roads in
Mr. Stialfeld of Eola is sending five
children to the sisters' school in Calem
rtaur girls aud one boy. They drive
over in their own conveyance.
Harry Thacker is building a smoke
house, as ho has killed one big hog and
will soon kill three more. -
Every ono seeing) to be well satisfied
with tho school teacher here.
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson took a trip
to Hood River after the election,
Maurice Begun, from Portland, is
stopping with Mrs. Gelnke till tho flu
scare is over in Portland.
iMiss Mary Sheridan, cook at the
Salom reform school visited her rela
tives, tho Ferguson's, Sunday.
Mr. Antrican is now working with
tho section crew on tho railroad.
"Notice is hereby given that Hazlo
M. Newgent, by an ordor of the county
court of Marion county, Oregon, has
been appointed administratrix of tho
estate: of Mary A. Mclntiro. deceased
All persons having any claims against
said estate are hereby requested to
present the same with proper -vouchers
to said administratrix at the office of
B. W. Muoy, attorney for the estate,
202 Bank of Commcrco building, oa
lem, Oregon, within six months from
the date of this notice.
Dated this 14th day of November,
HAZLE M. NEWGENT,
ADMINISTRATOR ' S NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the un
dcrsigued, by virtuo of an order of the
county court of Marion county, Ore
gon, duly niado and entered of record
on the 28th day of October, 1918, was
appointed administrator of the estate
of Charles A. Guerne,' deceased, and
that he has qualified as such. All per
sons having claims against said estate
arc hereby notified to present the same,
duly verified as requirod by law, at
the office of nmith Shields, at tor
neys. 403 Salem Bank of Commerce
building, Salem, Oregon, withiu six
raonthg from the xlnte of this notice,
Dated and first published this 31t
d f 0 b l98
, J .
GEORGE F. GUERNE,
Administrator of the - estate of
Charles A. Guerne, deceased.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed by
tho county court of the state of Ore
gon for the eounty of Marion as ex
ecutor of the last will and testament
of Rosia R. Gcrig, deceased, and that
ho has duly qualified as such executor.
All persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present
tltA mamtt dnlv vartipA tA Bin at thn
.offi(,e of' 0 cnHt. 203 Hubbard
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 15th
day of October, 1918.
Executor of the last will and testa
ment of Rosia R Gorijt, decrtsed.
ADMINISTRATRIX ' NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned by an order of the eounty
court of the state of Oregon for the
county of Marion, duly made and enter
ed on tho 25th day of Octobor, 1918,
was appointed administratrix of the es
tate of Thomas Robinson Townscnd
deceased, and that she has duly qual
ified as such administratrix. All per
son having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the
same duly verified, as required by law,
to the administratrix at the law oi
fices of Jas. G. Heltzel and Max Gehl-
bar,' in tho city of Halem, Oregon, with'
in six months from, the date of this
Dated this 31st day of October, 1918.
BEATRICE E. TOWNSEND,
Administratrix of the estate of Thorn-
Is! Robinson Townscnd, deceased.
Jas. G. Heltzel, Max Gehlhar,.
Attorney for estate.
Date of first publication, October
Date of last publication Novemocr
BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musictJ. instruments,
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
eases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange 33T
Court street. Phone 493.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
O.er Ladd k Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 6V4 per
eent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic, Tomple. enlem, Oregon,
FOR SALE And worth the price, five
acres of choice land for hay, grain
or fruit; located' about 2'A miles
from city limits, a new and woli
furnished bouse and barn, au. excel
lent well with pump, M acre of tim
ber, place well fenced on R. F. D.
Plenty and viriety of fruit for. t'arn
ilv use. Price $2000. improvements
are worth the money asked. Inquire
of Square Deal Itealty Co. Phone 470
5 ROOM residence, paved street, large
lot, $700, $351) casn, balance terms.
40 acres. 20 cultivated, 3 prunes, fair
improvements, $2000, $500 cash, bal
ance terms at 6 per cont. Strictly
modorn 5 room now bungalow, close
in, $2500. 70 acres, 40 cultivated, bal
ance timber, running water joining
town, $65 per acre. Socolofsky, 341
State St. . . .. t
10 PER CENT on your money does not
compare wath the following invest
ment. 45 acres, all cultivated, prac
tically joining Salem, on account of
arrangements to be met this beauti
ful, well locSHed tract will be told at
$210 per acre. Mr. Investor you need
not worry about this proposition last
ing long. It will be sold. If interest
ed act at once. Box 215, Salem, Or.
BRING YOUR TRADES -"
I can match you. C. W, Niemeyer, Aeal
Estate Agent, Canadian Lands, : 544
THE FIXIT SHOP Let "S repair and
Sharpen your lawn mowars. 267 Court
Phone 1022. . ' - tf
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to 58 in high.
Paints, oil and varnUh, eta
Loganborry and bop hooks.
Salem Fonce and Stove Works. .
250 Court street. Phone 124-
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
(Effective Octobor .28, 1918)
No. 16 Oregon Express 6:53 a. ia
No. 54 Oreifonian . ......0:uo a. ra.
No. 28 Willamette Llmltod -9:15 a. .
No. 18 Portland Passengor ....1:20 p. m
No. 24 Coos Bay Limited 4:00 p. m
No. 14 Portland Express 7:55 p. a
No. 63 Oregonian . 8:20 a. m.
No. 23 Coos Bay Limited a. m
No. 15 California Express 10:68 a. m.
No. 17 Roscburg Passenger ....4.18 p.m.
No. 27 Willamettod Limited...5:54 p. m.
No. 13 'Frisco Express ....9:iap.m.
No. 73 Arrive at Salem 9:10 a. m
No. 74 Leave Salom 3:10 p. m
SALEM, FALLS CITY ft WESTERN.
161 Leaves Salem, motor ....7:00 a.m.
163 Leaves Halem, motor ......9:23 a.m.
165 leaves Salom, motor 1:53 .p.m.
(Through car to Monminth and Arlie.)
171 Leaves Salem o:io p.m
162 Arrives at Salem 8:25 a.ra
164 Arrive at Salem 11:00 a. m.
16 Arivws at Salem . :20 p.m.
172 Arrives at Salom 7:40 p.m
Train Leave Arrive Airiv
No. Portland Salom jfiugem
5 Ltd 8:15am 10:15 am 12:30 pa
7 ..10:40 am 12:50 pm Salom only
9 2:05 pm 4,12 pm 6:35 pa
13 Ltd 4:43 pm 6.40 pm 8:50 pm
17, 6:03 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
19 - 9:20 pm 11:20 pmBalem onlj
No. 63 school train from Wooaburn, ar
rive 8:33 a. m. except Saturday and
(North Bank Station (leaving Jeffersos
. Street 13 and 20 minutes later.;
Traia Leave Arrive1 Arrive
No. Eugene Salem Portland
6 . 7:15 am 8:20 am
K lU n Wnn.lhnrn 8-.5S a. m. CXCSDi
Saturday and Sunday.
10 Ltd 7:23 am .9:4J am 11:30 am
12 -12:15 pm 2:23
16 Ltd l:4Jpm 4:00 pm 5:50 pa
20 6:30 pm T:40 pm
5:25 pm 7:55 pm 10:00 pm
(North Bank Station (Arrive Jeffersos
street 15 minutes earHcr. ' .
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage sad
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 S2T2.
..j. i . 1 ! s -a
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. r. J. Kunts
K. E. & 8.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6246 meets)
every 3rd. and 4th Thur. eve, 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
' High streets. B. F. Day, V. C. T. A.
BOYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360.
meets every Thursday evening im
Derby building, Court and High Bt,
Mrs. Pearl Courscy, 814 Court St.
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 X 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday of
. each month, at S p. m. in I. O. O, .
Hall. Norma L. Terwilliger. M. A.;
" C. A. Vibbert, secretary, 34fl Owens
$ ... llUl UUUIUJUA
Wheat, soft white . ....... 1.943
Wheat, lower grades Ott sample
Oats .! 80cl
Hay. oats . $25
Hoy, cheat, new .
Mill run ,
Creamery butter ... . 66a
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot 16
Pork, dressed w-19(S21o
Veal, fancy - 1718o
Cows , 6H
Sprine lambs ..: .". 10 Mi a
T ambs, yc-c-'.ES .
tiggi ana rouury , ,
Eggs, cash 6Ug)ti3JO
Hens, live -. 20(a)ii2e
Old roosters - v.. 1JO
SnrinBS - 21(5)20
Turkoys, dressed .................
Sweet potatoes ,.,..,.
Onions, local ,...;.......
Horse radish root, lb.
Green peppers ....
Lemons, box $1010.50
Huckleberries, pound - !
California grape fruit, cue $7.508.riO
Black figs, 25 25 lbs
Figs, 4 os packages . -
Figs, 6 oz, packages J
Figs, 8 oz. packages $3.50
Figs, 10 lb. fancv -. 2-
Figs, 10 lb. ex. fancy. s-5
'u 1 enmb lionev '
Creamery butter .
Flour, hard wheal .
Country butter ,
Eggs, aozen ...
Poirtland. Or., Nov. 14. 'Butter, city
creamery 60o '
Eggs, selected local ex. ojo
Cheese triplets 35S;3r5c
DAILY LIVE STOCK MaRKEX
Tone of market steady
Prime stceis 12.258l2.Tt
Choice to good steers $11(0)12
Medium to good steers $10(fill
Fair to medium steers $8.50te9.50
Common to fair stoers $08
Choice cows and heifers s8.258.75
Medium to good eows and heifer
Fairto medium cows and heifersi
Canuers $3(ffi.4 ,
Bulls $5(o7.50 '
Stockers and feeders $68
Tons of market steady .
Prime mixed $l"(al7.15 '
Medium mixed $10H317
Rough heavies $15(16
Tone of market steady
Primo lambs $11.50 12.50
Fair to medium lambs 68.50(0,10.50
Yearlings $10$U .
'Leave Corvallis Arrive Satont
pm) 8:20 am. Northboond
2:41 -pm Northbound.
Northbound 7:55 pn
! Leave 8alem Arrive CorvaJJi,
110:15 am Southbound u.si mm
-M Southbound 6:40 psa
1 6:40 pm Southbound., 8:00 pm