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PAHS AND ACHES
Are' you tormented by Neuralgia,
Lumbago, Sciatica or any of those
aches that require a counter-irritant i
Then let the soothing, warming appli.
cation of Sloan's Liniment stop the
pain by drawing the blood away from
the congested part.
It ia the pressure on the nerves by
the blood t rushing to the inflamed
muscle or joint that makes you ache.
So when Sloan's Liniment relieves the
swollen bloqd vessels by setting up a
counter-irritant on the surface, the
Hull of jfmror
"From Over There"
General Pershing's Official Report
Killed in action 223
Died of accident and other onuses.... 5'
lieil of disease ,. 56
Wounded severely 14
Wounded, degree undetermined 32
Wounded Blightly 22
Missing in action 16S
Today's casualty list contains the
names of the following Oregon men:
Wilbur H Stoneker, Ada, died of dls
Paul Washington, Siletz, killed in
Joseph F Kendall, Jamieson, wound
John M Thomas, Silverton, missing
James Shell, Condon, killed in action
Killed in Action 1
Lt Col Fred E Smith, Washington.
Francis A Barlow, Douglas Wash
Louis L Battey, Augusta Ca
Clarence V Smith, Los Angeles
Frank lyn J Jackson, New York
Edward Warschauer, New York
Albevt 0 Wunderjjch, Lansdowno Pa
Joseph H Johnston, Chapel Hill N C
John A Long, GrnngerviUc llaho
Frank M Reynolds, Knst Orange N J
Paul I Smith, Bnnning Cat
Charles Palmer, Rye N Y
Herbert E Hoch, New York
John Roman, Jonesboro Ark
Ceorgoi F. Russell, Brooklyn
Loekard A Sanders, Hugo Okla
Bernard F Spauldiiig. Brooklyn
Allan F Stone, Cass City Mich
Hagan Hammond, Kingsport Tenn
.WiUiam T Meiskey, Stephens Ta
Roland H Morris, Seattle Wn
Ira F Barclay, Clarence Mo ,
Joseph Bernhardt, .Chicago
Wm J Bigelow, fJswego N Y
Win H Booth, Nez Forces Ida
McKinlcy L Bourg, Ft Alien La
James A Darrah; Boylostown Pa
Edwin Elefson, Shawane Wis
Walter Hnnkins, Leaiicru Center Min
Herman Kimble, Tyrone Okla
John P McDonnough, Boston"
George D McMulIin, Cleveland Utah
Joseph ,1 Moonoy, Horncll X Y
Earl W Morrow, McCabe Mont
Thomas Murphy, Philadelphia
Cyrus E Pattisnn, Manilla Ind
Robert Ramsey Jr, United Pa
John E Slater, Peoria 111
Clarence P Spetz, Springereck Pn
Raymond E Talbot, Horncll X Y
Lawrence P Fnlton, Chicago
Francis W Hogarth, Hatfield Pa
Oscar W Hut7.cU, San Patch Pa
William J McKay, Ranior Minn
Frank L Mead, Pottsville Pa '
fTn nws, woman or child who hat had the misfortune to lose one or e' M
bydTie -AnowamuT Artificial LimU walk with JZ neural
mpnve the health and appearance, add pleasure and ".fJ
'jouTbome to purchase thumbs, you e that expense. We guarantee a penetl m.
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Relieves lired, Acning reei -
TO SLOAN'S LINIMENT
!!ti0,7 b "W1. sympathetic
nerves all soothed, and soreness or
Sloan's Liniment is probably the
counter-irritant most widely used to
overcome painful inflammation in
cases of neuralgia, sore muscles,
wrenched joints, strains, bruises, gout.
Rubbing is not required. This clear
clean liquid is easily applied as it does
not stain the skin.
Generous size bottles at your
Leslie Moore,' Olive Hill Ky
iByron Reynolds, Newcastle Va
Wm C Rliodin, Omaha Neb
Fred C" Snchtlebcn, Garrison Tex
Virgil D Smith, Flora 111
Ralph Weeden, Westfiold 111
Claude C White,. Aniericus Kas
Louis Colli, New Ycrk .
John L Hogarty, Canada
Clarence A Sylvester, Rathdrum Ida
Charles E Thompson, Ord Neb
Richard W Wright, Arrinaton Va
Bugler William R Nicholas, Crab-
Calmer Berger, Zurich Mcnt
Charlie W Carroll, Greensboro N C
William T Davidson, Schuvlcr Va
Harold F Cole, Smith Center Kas
Geo A Stoll, Chicago
Wagoner John Ynss, Denver
Clell Anderson, C'olson Kv
. Charles W Battaglia, Ft "Worth Tex
Franklin M Berlinylioff, White Bird
Frank Bisehoff, Now York
Thomas J Blankeny, Hope X M
Charles E Bollinan, Slntr Mo
Azel Borgie, Hilairo Minn
oRss J Bracken, St John Utah
Bnltras Buickas, Brooklyn
Charles Christianson, Hamilton Tex
i James G Clayton, Priest Valley Cal
James Connor, Now York
Thomas Cnrran, Olyphant Ta
William A Daly, Newark N J
Charles Datren, Walkervillo Mont
Manrico Davis, Dover O
John J Dona, Hnymandvillc N Y
William C Dickerson, Loyalton'S D
George Dickey, Chicago
Wilfred E Dumas, Seattle Wn
Frank Dunnjtsik, Mansfield. 0
Alexnnder Dyer, Brooklyn
George A Eastman, Milwaukee Wis
Clarence J Elliott, Tarcr.tmn Pa
Mikel Gampanz, Rochester X Y
Curl J Anderson, Fallon Mont
Kdward Bennett, E. Norwalk Conn
John V Comfort, Stillwater Minn
Harry L Dillon, Winfriedc W Va -Pavno
Drake, Shawano Wis
Russell B Dunn, Jefferson City Mo
Harry Greenblatt, New York
Henry Heiken, Aunmosa la
Alexander P Henritz, Kansas City
Edward C Hirchert, Chicago
Lewis L Hood, Minatare Neb
Harry Leach, Sullivan Ind ,
Olaf Locken, Hallack Mien
Paul A Ludke, Rigefield Wn
Frank Lund, Oakleigh Minn
Alovsius B Momickle, Middlctown N
Jchn W Measor, Ashvi'le N Y
Harold A Moore, North Ailnms Mass
Charles X O'Lcary, Philadelphia
(lusctave W Peterson, Anaconda Mon
Otto E Poertner, Booneville io
Chester A Price, Cincinnati
v. r a
Harry C Rhodes, Keynoldsville Pa
William Rhodes, Pasco W Va
Nicholas Rider, Gilbertviile la
Julian R Riggins, Meherrin Va
Harry M Rosencrans, Leed City
Lee Gautzche, Longdoa ti D
Ed Gobble, Lincoln N M
George H Halani, Yonker NY -Daniel
E Havens, New Field N Y
Tail Hefferman, Akron O
Bert F Huahes, Y.ate8 Center Kas
Arthur Hulstrand, Parkers Prairie
Paul M Keiber, Turtle Crvek Pa
Walter E Ketterman, Longton Kas
Klcnn A Lloyd, Thompsou Pa
Herman Lowenstein, New York ,
Frances MeGovern, New Y'ork
George Mahr, Bridger Mont
Robert D Mason, Oakland Cal
Carl Mattison, 6alata Mont
Dominick Mde 'Xroy N Y ,
Jeremiah Mee, Chicago .
Edward W Mertz,, Mertztown Pa
Charles C Miller, Grauville Pa
Joan Millet, Italy
Ole W Morken, Pekin N D
John J Mnllaney, Lawrence Mass
Charles W Paul, Haugen Wis
George W C Pearson, CulHson Kas
Jim B Pendleton, Marietta Okla
Fred V L Periine, Seattle Wn
Edgbcrt H Persons, Rochester Minn
Geo Poulas, Newcomcrstown 0
Albert L Ralph, Rockland Ida
Hartley M Robey, Sandstone Minn
William F Rodger's, Indian Creek Cal
Dreng H Roisland, Kleten N D
Oscar F Spencer, Erie Pa
Jesse Sprouse, Newport Tenn
Sylvester B Stack, Niagara Falls NY
John A Stone, Chicago
. John A Sundstrom, Minneanolis Min
Joseph Tacone,-Roci.jter N Y -Georgt
? Tally, Mt Union Pa
James F Thompson, Belle Mo
Vincent F Toouicy, Jorsey City N J
Rudolph Totty, Hoyt Okla
HughVeale, Lantha Mo
Wilfred Williams, Bayou Lafaurche
Alexander R Wilson, Kont N Y
Axel G Broden, Worcester Mass
Ivan Broikovich, N Yakima Wn
John S Brown, Ware Shoals S C
Harry Clifton, Sharpsburg Pa
Fred Van Iiisogan Coo, Cody Wyo
Elwood Connelly, Philadelphia
Charles L Conrey, FtJollins Oolo
('arl M Daniels, Marina Cal
Mallie L Davids, Knoxvlllo Tann
Fred W Domes, Marquotte Wis
Forest Girvm, Livormore Ky
Nathan Grecnoerg, New York
i William M Hickman, Gloucester N i
Edward G Kujat, Johnstown Pa
George Little, Crab Orchard Neb
, Walter J Meyocks, Stanley la
William H Rnppc, Baltimore
Sherry W Satcliffh EtHe'Va
Spencer R Rausch Spencer la -Robt
0 Steel, Red' Uouse W Va
Harry L Stevenson, Coose Creek Tex
Jchn R " itus, Gladwin -Mich
Tiobert I Toler, Cyrano W Va
Harry Tri;p, Wcodsfort N Y
T M Vaughn, McKenric Tonn
John Voltenn, Columbia Wn
William H AVarren, Adrian Mo
Michael Washa, Chicago
Arthur L Yancey, Buffalo Jnct Va
Edward Short, Chicago
Rocco Dillo, New York
George W Smith, Palmyra N ,Y ..
Leo L Smith, Robersonvilla N C '
Charles H Sonntag, Lima O
Frank T Stevens, Los Angeles
Vincent Whatloy, Edin La
West E Williams, Acracol-e N C
Died of Accident and JJtlier Causes
Capt William Van Ihnu,- Brooklyn
Grade Burchette, Prestiihlurg- Ky
Melvin F Cole, Ch'cago '
(Ulbert L Hawiey, Richmond Va
..Marshall L Parker, St Louis M,o
Jied of Disease
Lt Nodncy C Crowley Dos Moinos la
Joss C Hann, Lovcluud Colo
Alexander R Johnson, Ne.York .
Leon McGavack, Birmingham Ala '
Otto F Volker, Mci'.iminee Wis
Robert i Wakcfie'd, Shelbourno Vt
" Bennie L Dockal, New U'm Tex
James T Duffy, Ittawa III
Joseph A Forsythe, Sloarspring Md
Francis VV Kemp, Bayoune N J
Arthur J Warren, Philadelphia
Mech Jay H Fee, Beeck la
Wagoner Edward Walton, New York
Cook Ben W Tarpley, Leonard Tex
Birt Adams, Oaklnud Cal
Edgar J Armand, ottonport La
Lawrence V Boaz, Arkansas City Kas
Dewitt Bridges, McCombe City Mass
John J Briody, Jersey City N J
Matthew Chutten, Danville Va '
Avery Coles, Howardville Va
Harold T Crane, Montclnir N J
Bcrlcy E Derrick, Steigman 8 D
Wayne Detrick, Strattonvillc Pi
Horace K Dills, Honesdale Pa
Jo!!u II Donahue, Braintree Mass
Eugene A Duffy, Archbald Pa
Ernest C Edwards, Maplesvillc Ala
Joseph Fowler, Caidville Me
Claude Huff, Versailles Mo
Julius H Jensen, Cooledge Tex
John C Kaelin, Owensboro Ky
George H Knox, Caledonia Minn
Arthur II Kolinel,' Washa Minn
Kiuil Kopping, Himbrae Minn
Knhcrt 1 Kosminski, 'Covington Ten
VAgat A Iathan, Cache 111
( harlcs McLain, Euuality 111
Gid McVea, Oaknolia La
Alexander E N'iih'r, Cincinnati
Clandc Poston, ireenfieli'. Tenn
Robert P Price, Brady Okla"
Jessie Hu f fin, Owenton Va
Danl B Ryan, Columbus 0
oJseph H Schloss, New oYrk
Kdmond Scrivcn, Sumter 8 C
Harold E Smith, Pittsfield Mo
Wallace B Smith, Missoula Mont
Jacob II Snyder, Nonnnnvillc Pa
Lewellyn Snyder, Chicago
Hiram A Thayer, Castona la
joeph H 8,hlo8S, New York
William H Updegrove, Allentown Pa
David F Walker, Kansas City Mo
Ernest H Weynand, D'Hani Te9
Lf Edward J Fitzhugr, Jamaica N Y
Corp John H Taylor, Jamaica N Y
Wagoner, Elmer Bowlsby, Woodward
Lindsey F Asher, Marion Ky
Larkia Greer, Applegrova N C.
Vander Faulk, Halcburg Ala
Arthur 1 Kettner, BI:kerook Wis
Riibert Knox, Rocksprings Wyo
Deb Mi Kinnon, Dibble Okla "
Louis Rusck, Jorsey City N J
(irorge K Sharp, Rattan Okla
Hob Sit 7., Attalla Ala
Thomas L Tierncy, St Pan.' Minn
FLU SPREADS OYER
Germ Eludes Bacteriologists
And Healti Aslioritks
1 Are Baffled
. The influenza epidemic continues
unabated. Its ravages are not confin
ed to this city or state or even to the
United States, and cable reports indi
cate that it is rapidly spreading over
the civilized world. It has baffled med
ical skill to an uuusual extent and has
claimed more victims. perhaps than any
other epidemic m a score of years. The.
germ, has eluded the bacteriologists and
medical men now agree that the best
oure is prevention. "
The surest prevention is to build up
the bodily powers of resistauce and to
get the system in the best physical
condition possible.-It is now universal
ly agreed that it is possible to perfect
the powers of resistance of the human
system so that ifr can Jhrow off almost
any infection not- excepting Spanish
influenza. " . ..
It has ,been" discovered .that persons
who are weak and rundown arc the
earliest victims, and if you find your
self tired or weak and losing flesh, or
ii you are in a generally runuown con
dition and below, your normal woight,
this warning should -he heedtd prompt
ly. ' "- .
If you aro in this condition nothing
on earth will build yon up and strength
en you like Tanlac, which contains the
most powerful tonic properties known
to science. As a reconstructive tonic
and system builder it is without an
equal and contains the very elements
needed by the system to givo you fight
ing strength to ward off the influenza
germ. This is a statement of facts and
is supported by the recognized author
ities and rofurenco works, including the
United StatCg Dispensatory and the
Ency clopoedia .- Brittanmca ajia load
ing textbooks'' used in the school of
medicine. This statement is further
provon by the fact that millions of
persons who have actually taken Tan
lac have testified to its extraordinary
merit as a medicine, and by the. fact
that Tanlac is today having the great
est sale of any, tonic on the Amencm
market, over eleven minion bottles hav
ing been sold wijhin the past three
Tanlac is also .the ideal strengthen'
ing tonic for persons who aro suffer
ing from tho after effects of influen
za, grippe or bronchial troubles and
hundreds of thousands are using it daily
with the most gratifying results.
In connection with the lanlac state
ment it is necessary to keep the bowols
open by taking Tanluo Laxative Tab
lets, samples of which are includes
with every bottle of Tanlac.
lanlac is sold in flubbard by xtuo-
bard Drug Co., in Mt. Augei by Ben
Gooch, in Gervais by John Kelly; in
Turner by H. PCornelius, iB Wood
bum by Lyman H. Shorey. in Salem
by Dr. 8. C. Stone, in Sijverton by Geo.
A. Bteelhammer, in Gates by Mrs. J-
P. McCurdy and in Stayton by U. A,
Bcauchainp, in Aurora by Aurora urug
Store. . " (Aav.)
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Oray of ficotts
Mills were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.
M. Magec Sunday.
Word has boon received by Mr. and
Mrs. L. Dickman that their daughter,
Mrs. Jim Budlong of Portland, who has
been ill with influenza, itf improving.
Tdr. Carl Qarduor of Florence, Or., is
visiting his sister, Mrs. E. A. Lowib.
Rickey was well represented in
Salem at tho celebration of the signmy,
of the armistice.
Miss Golda Wheeler has returnod
home from Hood River.
Word has been received by M. M.
Mngeo that his brother, J. W. Mageo,
who is in Fiance with the Friends re
construction unit of tho American Bed
Cross, was injured by being caught in
machinery while working with his uni.
TUoso who have chargo of tho War
Fund drive in our district arc C.
Grimm, K. F. Wheeler, Goo. Edwards,
B. B.- Gcrncr, A. Parsons and M. M.
Mageo. . '
An Inside Bath
Makes You Look
and Feel Fresh
Saye a glass of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
keeps lllnesa away.
Thla excellent, common-sense
health measure being
adopted by million.
Physicians the world over recom
mend the inside bath, claiming this is
of vastly more importance than out
side cleanliness, becsuse the skin pores
do 'not abnorb impurities into the
blood, causing ill health, while the
pores in the ten yards of bowels do.
Men and women are urged to dring
each morning, before breakfast, a glass
of hot water with a teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate in it, as a harm
less nieang of helping to wash from
tho gtomach, liver, kidneys and bowels
the previous day's indigestible mater
ial, pcisons, sour bile and toxins; thus
cleansing, sweetening and purifying the
entire alimentary canal before putting
more food into the stomach.
Those who wake up with, bad breath,
coated tongue, nasty taste or have a
dull, aching head, sallow complexion,
acid sto.iiai-h; other, who nrc subject
to bilious, attacks or constipation,
should obtain a quarter pound of lime
stone phosphatq at the drug store. This
will cost very little but is sufficient
to demonstrate the value of inside
CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT.
QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEET WE RECOMMEND OCR ADVERTISERS
ETEXTTHUfa ELECTRIC) AL
Mpa Eectrle Co, Uasonia Temple, 127 North HL;k
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
serve specialists. Graduates of Am
; ariean school of Osteopathy. Kirk
ille, Mo. Post graduate and spee
ialized in nervous diseases at Loa
Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85:4. Residence,
1620 Court. Phone 2S18. Dr. White
Res. Phone 469.
OR. F. L. UTTER, DEN"" Il.T, ROOMS
- 113-414 Bank of Commerce building.
9ALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
When you nse Journal clasaifl-
ed ads get what yon want them
to they work fast.
Fire Marshal Wells Says
Not To Depend On 'Phone
In case of fire don't depend entire
ly upon the telephone to give the
alarm, but send somebody o the fire
' That Is the advico givon the people
of Oregon by State Fire Marshal Har
vey Wells in a bulletin just issued. It
was prompted by the pour, telephone
service which is now being given the
state. The state fire marshal says:
"When a fire breaks out in your
house, your place of business, or with
in your observation do not place abso
lute dependence upon the telephone to
give an alarm.
"There are nnmerous things that
may happen to delay connection with
tho fire department. Therefore, while
you are trying to get' tolephone connection,-despatch
some member of your
household, a neighbor, or passerby by
tho nearest route to the fire depart
ment. "Jn case of , fire, minutes aro pre
cious. Double-shoot the turn and take
no chances! " ' .' :.'.." , , ; t
F X. Gerner, the oldost son of B. B.
Gemer, who is employed by the Salom
firo department, was injured In a colli
Word has been recoived by D. A.
HarriB that his children, Mrs. A. W.
Binegai' ami Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bakor,
who have bcon quito ill with influonza,
arc reported to be able to be up again.
Tho Red Cross auxiliary mot Wednes
day at Mis.- George Edwards'.
SALTS IP BACKACHY
Drink Lots Of Water And Stop
Eating Meat For a While If
Your Bladder Troubles
When you wake up with backache
and dull misery in the kidney region
it generally means you have been eat
ing too much meat, gays a well known
authority. Meat forms uric acid which
overworks the kidneys in their effort
to filter H from tho blood and they
become sort of paralyzed and loggy.
When your kidneys get sluggish aud
elog you must relieve them, like you
relieve your bowels; removing all the
body's urinous watc, else you have
backache, sick headache, dizzy spells;
your stomach sours, tongue is' coated,
and when the weather is bad you have
rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy
full of sediment, channels often get
sore, water scalds and yon arc obliged
!o seek relief two or three time dur
ing the night. .
Either consult a gocd, reliable physi
cian at onee or get from your pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salts;
take a toblespoonfut in a glass of wa
ter before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then act fine.
This famous salt is made from the
aeid of grapes anil lemon juice, combin
ed with lithia, and has been used for
generations to clean and stimulate
slia.'gish kidneys, also to neutralize
acids in the urine so it no longer irri
tates, thug ending bladder weakness,
Jad Salts is e life saver for regular
meat eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot
injure and makes a delightful, effer
vescent lithia-water drink.
, Maim ISO
BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Men's clothes, shoes, nara, jewelry,
watches, tools, musictl 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 & Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 5 pel
cent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Temple. Salem, Orygon.
FOR SALE And worth the price, .five
-acres of choice land for hay, grain
. or fruit; located about 2 14 miles
from city limits, a new and -well
furnished house and barn, an excel
lent well with pump, acre of tim
ber, place well fenced on H. P. 1).
Plenty "and variety of fruit for fam
ily uso. Price $2000. mprovenionts
are worth the money asked. Inquire
of Square Deal Realty Co. Phone 470
10 PER CENT on your money doe not
compare with the following invest
ment. 45 acros, all cultivated, prac
tically joining Salem, on account of
arrangements to be met this beauti
ful, well located tract will be sold at
$210 per acre. Mr. Investor yon need
not worry about this proposition lust
ing long. It will be sold. If interest
ed act at once. Box 215, Salem,- Or.
BRING YOUX TRADES
I can match you. C W. Niemeyer, Aeal
Estate Agent, Canadian Lauds, 514
Stato street. s
THE FIXIT SHOP Let is repair and
Sharpen your lawn mowars. 207 Court
Phone 1022. tf
3TOVES REBUILT; AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence. V
Sizes 20 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, etc L
Loganborry and hop hook.
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
250 Court etreet. Phone 12.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
(Effective October 28, 1918)
SOUTHERN PACITIO. v ;
Main Xlna. ' '
No. 18 Ornjron Express 6:55 a. m
No. 64 Oregonian . ....5:03 a. nv
No. 28 Willamotte Limited .9:15 a. m.
No. 18 Portland Pussongor ....lt-0 p. m
No. 24 Coos Bay Limited 4:00 p. m
No. 14 Portland Expresa ,.....7:55 p. m
No. 53 Oregonian - 3:20 a, m.
No. 23 Coos Bay Limited 9:42 a. m
No. 15 California Express ....10:58 a. m.
No. 17 Koseuurg Passengor ....4. is p. no.
No. 27 Willametted Limited.. J5:64 p. m.
No. 13 'Frisco Express 9:33 p.m.
No. 73 Arrive at Salem 9:10 a. a
No. 74 Leave Balom 3:10 p. m
SALEM, FALLS CITY
161 Leaves Salem, motor .
103 Leaves Salom, motor .
105 Leaves Salem, motor .
(Through car to Monnnuth
....6:15 p. oi
.11:00 a. in
171 Leaves Salem .....
102 Arrives at Salem .
104 Arrive at Salem ..
108 Arives at Salem .
172 Arrives at Salem ,
Train Leave Arrive Arrive
No. Portland Salem tJugeae
5 Ltd.- 8:15am 10:15 am 12:30 pm
7 10:40 am 12:50 pm Salem only
9 2:05 pm 4.12 pm 6:23 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 pinBalem only
No. 63 school train from Woodburn, ar
rive 8:33 a. m. except Saturday and
(North Bank Station (leaving Jefferson
Street 15 and 20 minntes later.)
Train Leave Arrive Arrive
No. Eugene Salem Portland
6 7:15 am 9:20 am
No. 04 to Woodburn 8:55 a. m. except
Saturday and Sunday.
10 Ltd 7:23 am 9Ai am 11:30 am
12 12:15 pm 2:23 pm
16 Ltd 1:47 pm 4:00 pa 5:50 pm
20 . 5:30 pm 7:40 pm
22 5:25 pm 7:55 pin 10:00 pm
(North Bank Station (Arriw Jefferson
street i5 minutes earlier.
The Jonrnal classified ade are
great favorites with people who
do things Try one. . :
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage an
refuse of all kinds removed on month
ly contracts at - reasonable rate.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main 2247.
Residence, Main 2272.
fCNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack kail on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. f. J. Knots
K. R. A a
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meet
every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, 8 o'tloek
in Derby building, corner Court ani
High streets. R. F. Day, V. C; F. A.
- Turner, dork. -
EOYAl NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
.'Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360.
meets every Thursday evening im
Dorby building, Court and High St,
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, fU4 Court St.
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M,
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 meeta first Thursday of
each mouth, at p. m ia I. O. O. T.
Hall. Norma L. Torwilligor. M. A.;
P. A. Yibbert, secretary, 84Q Owena
J; THEMARKET :
Wheat, soft white 1.94S
Wheat, lowor grades on sample '
Oata .! "... 80cl
Hay, oats - 92C
Barley, ton . 5058
Hay, cheat, new , $24
Mali run 3738
Creamery Ibutter . 66e
Fork, Vaai and Mutton
Pork, on foot 16a
Pork, dressed 1820
Veal, fancy - 1718a
Steers '.. 7
Spring lambs WVia
Ewes...- u . .-4oa
T ambs, TC!ii'ir.sa 67a
ggs and Poultry
Hens, live ..
Turkeys, dressed 8333e
Turkeys, live .-. 2528o
.',. VegetaWea -.
Sweet potatoes 3
Onions, local . I1.7S
Cabbago - - ....... 1. io
Horse rauisn root, to j.o
Turnips , -
Beets : -
Grapes - 22.5
Ureen peppers .- -
Lemons, box 1010-S
Bananas -- J
Hucklcborries, pound - 17?
Black figs, 25 25 lbs.
Figs, 4 ox pacUagcs
Pigs, 6 or., packages
Figs, 8 or., package .....
Pigs, 10 lb. fancy ,
Pigs, 10 lb. ex. fancy .
No. 1 comb honey
Creamery butter T0e
Flour, hard wheat . 33.2S
C'ouotrv butter "
Eggs, dozen .........
Portland Or., Nov. 15. Butter, city
Eggs, selected local ex, ojttjjauo
Hens 2527e .'
Broilers 2730e t
Cheese triplets 3536e
DAILY LIVE STOCK ItLUUCEI
Tone of market steady
' Prime rteers fl3.S5fel2.7Si
Choice to good steerB-$ll12 .
Medium to good steers $1011
Fair to medium steers $8.509.50
Common to fair steers 6?8
f'hoice cows and heifers ftfto'fUO
Medium to good cows and beiferf
Fairto medium cows and heifew
Stoekera and feeders 68
Tono of market itcady
Priino mixed 16.90(!il7
Medium mixed 10.5d(a) 16 75
Rough heavies 14.90(ji 15.75
Pigs !414.50 v
Bulk 116.90 ' ' '
Tone of market steady
Prime lambs 11.5012.50
Fair to medium lambs ff8.M10.59
Leave Corvallis Arrive Salesa
8:20 am Northbound 9:45 am
2:41 pm Northbound 4:00 pna
6:18 am Northbound 7:55 pta
Lcavo 8aW Arrive CorvaUi
10:15 am Southbound 11:37
4:12 pm MSouthbound 5:40 Jss
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