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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,
TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1919.
DO YOU KNOW WHY--- it Ss A lot of Dlfferenca Whin It's leSor?
- Crawa for tfila By FiStef
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loll of Ifmunr
"From Over There"
General Pershing's Official Report
,91st Prepared To Invade
Germany On December 14
Alameda, Cal., Jan. 14. The famous
91st (Wild West) division, or at loast
part of it, was preparing to invade Gcr
many on December 14, according to a
Pied of wounds ... , 51 wego Kan '
Died of accident and other causes.... 3 Army Field Clerk Lewis Hoffmann,
Mod from disease ..- 41 Jiew lork
Wounded, degree undetermined
Aliasing in action
Today's casualty list contains the
following nameg of Oregon men:
Chester I Seely, Portland, died from
- Andrew Johnson, Portland, wounded
DIED FROM WOUNDS
Capt Raymond Worthier, oLs Ange
Albert E Birsh, Lawrence Kan
Kben L Smith, Denver
Sgt James Cowie, Dubois Pa
Harold P Anderson, 'Franklin Pa
James A McKonna, Suit fete Marie
Bugler Edwin Shaw, Landdowne Me
Musician (Frank Boycr, FU'icld Wis
Charlie J Babcock, Porter Ind
Cocci are, Wagoner N 0
John -Cahill, Whenton 111
Walter B Carlislo, Bethany 111
Stewart Davidson, 8t Louis Mo
John T Davis, Payette Ida
GeorL'e Davis. E Rome Ga
John H (Fleming, Harpor Ferry
Arthur A Frank, Detroit Mich.
Harold F Hatch, Ctfbbs Creek Vft
Thomas M Haught, Sincerity W Va
Lee Jackson, Aiken 8 0 '
Chester R Jones, Wallervillo MiES
Wnvl R. dniiftH. TTiiinnville Mo
Burrell R Kohlmetz, Hoeoester H Y
lilrnnfif A TBmh. Fnltnn Kv
Man del. Lewemberg, Dorcliester Mas
James P Lumplun, unpuipa unia
Joseph W Morrison, Auburn Pa
Oscar Nelson, S Haven Minn
A VroA .T Nnmnker. Al'banv N Y
Roy O Perley, Dodge Center Minn
Miitt'Puzka, Dodge Center Minn
Thomas Richardson, Orrick Mo
Jacob Rvach, Cedar Crove Wis
Benny Roberts, N,ew York
Roland P Roeder, Orundy Center la
Fred W Roseubnum, Calmar la
Richard M Shamley, Washington
Ivo Skulhus, Elcva Wis
Lyman 0 Stacy, Lacona N Y
Leroy A Stauffnchcr, Hlanchnrdvillo
John Valentine, Harrison X Y
Jeremiah Walls, Philadelphia
Charles L White Jr, Hooper Utah
Charles F Wilkins, Ottumwa. la
Marcus Woodward, Chicago
John Zych, Brooklyn N Y
DIED OF DISEASE
Maj John W Black, Richmond Va
Benjamin B Baldwin, Mendon 111
Harold F Jacobus, Turner Falls Mass
Electric Sgt Alfred B Carpenter, Os-
Not a Bite of
You Drink Water
Says a glacs of hot water and
phosphate prevents Illness
and kesps us fit
.Tiiof n Ana u-ttnn it hlll'nS. lcaVe8
behind a certain amount of incombust
ible material in the form of ashes, so
the food and drink taken day afler
day leaves in the alimentary canal a
certain amount of indigestible mater
ial, which if not completely eliminat
ed from the system each day, becomes
food for the millions of bactoria which
infest the bowels. From this mass of
left over waste, toxins and ptomaia
like poisons are formed and sucked
into i he blood.
fon ond wnmon whn can't eot feel
ing right must begin to take inside
baths. Before eating breakfast each
morning drink a glas-s of rial hot wa
ter with a teaspoonf ul of limestone
phosphnte in it to wash out of the
thirty feet of bowels the previous days
accumulation of poisons and toxins and
to ketip the entire alimentary canal
clean, pure and fresh.
Those who arc subject to sick head
ache, colds, foiliousness, constipation,
others who 'wake op with bad taste,
foul breath, backache, -rheumatic stiff
ness, or have a sour, gassy stomach af
ter, meals, are urged to get a quarter
pound of limestone phosphate from the
drug rtore, and begin practicing intern
al sanitation. This will eost very lit
tle, but is sufficient to make anyone
an enthusiast on the subject.
Ralph Hiatt, Arcadia Ind
Witson Hilton, Pleasantville N J
Tom Holdefield, Buthersville Ark
Loring E Imblor, Connolsville Ind
Elson James, Marysville Wn
John J Jensen, Askov Minn
Harold V Joyce, Unionville Conn,
James C Kelter, Ottumwa Xa
Jimmie King, Arrington Tcnn
Tom Land, Howard Miss
Tom Landt, N Oxford Mass
Joseph Leach, Tuscaloosa Ala
William A Lubrecht, Pine City Minn
Henry McRca, Tllerber N C
Peder M Maurstad, Kennedy Minn
Joseph V Merrill, Delawure Okla
Merritt B Miller, Palnee City Neb
Joseph A Mullen, New York
Charley Mullens, Florress Ky
Ernest Pearson, Nelwallo Tox
William J Perkins, Malcolm Minn
Job Popenkoff, Detroit Mich
William F Quinn, Brooklyn
Steve Radanovich. Steoleton Pa
Howard A Bicker, AUentown Pa
Hubert) Saunders, Terrace Pa
Robert Scallcy, Blue Anchor N J
Frank Shopkouski, Cicero 111
Jumna T. Stvnra. Houston Tex
Ooorge R Tamsitt, Dallas Tex
Roy E Wagner, Sturgis Mich
Stephen 0 Smith, Middlctowu Conn
Died of accident and other causes
- , Privates
''Joiiti'-SewelV Cincinnati 0
Charlcg E Sharpe, Waterbury Conn
; Peyton Thompson, Litonia Ga
Killed in action, previously reported
died from accident ana outer c-uauo.
James J Cassidy, Philadelphia
John B Coil, Abiline Tex
Dan Gaceemmo, McKoesport Pa
Charles S Kirchman, Philadelphia
Killed In action, previously reported
wounded, degree unaexeimineu.
Pvt (b'red. Boss, Monroe Wis
Previously reported missing in action,
now reported. uea in aciwu.
John Flynn, Janesville Wis
Elmer R Fox, Philadelphia
Walter B Heffren, Lookeba Okla
Herman F Heft, Independence la
r A U.L'nn flflkdjilU Pa
dames a , ,r.
Frank J O'Conner, Grand Rapids Mic
Edward L Shannon, juiuiinuurg
Raymond P Caffery, Arclibald Pa
William I Eaton, .Brondacll 111
Gustav A Erickson, Youngstown O
Charles Harris, Brooklyn N
Walter II Henderson, Sjucer Minn
Bavmond Hendriioks ,Axtell Kan
Francis Norton, Holton Kan
Edwin J Kellogg, Darien Conn
Peter Kerr, Philadelphia
John W Key, Scoring O
Frederick Krnuss, Wratt Mo
Barteen Marsh, Red Granite Wis
Raymond W Mcro, wuisuero x
Bugler Charles C Leonhart, Boches-
Jacob Hoine. New York
Alexander Anderson, Salt Lake
Joseph Andreski, Beaver 1 alls Pa
Clarence L Armstrong, Terry Mich
Thco B Auchey, Sehylkill Haven Pa
Howard Ball, St Jowtph Mo
Thomas W Baler, Bipey V. a
Carl F r.ailcrt, l.n3 "" ""
John S Karnes, Nashville Tcnn
Clawcrenco Bartram, Stalhngs V . a
Adolph C Bauer Jr, Bichmond Cal
tlnvd C Baughman, Grcencastle Pa
Kamtd Voneel, Boyal Oak Mich
Rasper C Brewer, Brunsville Miss
John Cassee, New York
Carl J Eckbcrg, Huron S D
George V Richcnlaub, X Fairfield 0
Robert D kerning, aeveland 0
Charles N Freeman, New York
Samad M Gatto, ''rodn0
llarlev Glnwbrook, Ba em 0
Charles Gunthcr, Brooklyn
Paul B HaUback, Milwaukee
jgv O Hamilton, Decatur Mich
Charles A itaru.njs, -
William H Harrah, Kansas City
lOkla .. . ..
Nicholas ncuet, '" r -Henry
Helton. Streator H
Alfred Y Hendricks, Philadelphia
letter receinvd hero todav.
Cnrnoral W. L. Randolnh. battorv C.
347th fiold artillery, wrote that at that
tune his unit, which was part of the
91st, was in Luxemburg, preparing to
The 91st has boen desienatod for
early transport home.
On Saturday last, General March an
nounced the 91st division was at Bous
hruo'irn. which is five miles north of
Poperinghe in Belgium.
SALTS FOR KIDNEYS
Eat Less Meat If Kidneys Feel
like Lead or Bladder Both
ers You-Mcal Forms
Uric Acid s
Most folks forget that the kidneys,
like the bowels, got sluggish and elog-
gcd and need 4. flushing occasionally,
else we have backache and dull misery
in tho kidney rogion, gevore hcadachos
rheumatic twinges, torpia liver, acia
stomach, sleeplessness and all sorts of
You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and the moment you
feel an ache or pain in the kidney
rniKinn. apt Rhnnt .fnilr minces nf Jad
Salts from any good drug store hero,
take a taulespoontul in a glass oi wat
er before breakfast for a few days and
vnnr kiilnevB will then ant fins. ThiB
famous salts is made from tho acid of
grapes and lemon juico, combined witn
lithi. onil is harmless to flush clog
ged kidneys and 'stimulate them to nor
mal activity. It also neutralizes tne
acids in tho urine bo it no longer irri
tates, tnus cnumg Diaaaer nisoruers.
Jad Salts is harmless; inexpensive;
makes a delightful efforvescent lithia
water drink which everybody should
tolra tin to- and then to kooD their kid
neys clean, thus avoiding serious com
A well known local druggist says he
soils lotg of Jad Salts to folks who be
lieve in overcoming kidney trouble
while it is only trouble.
Dominic T Schmitt, Rochester N Y !
Elvin J Schwartsbaum, New York
John M Snyder, Chicago
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Stayton.' Jan. 14. Mrs. Leona Har
old, wife ofEaleigh Harold, formerly
of this place, died Jan. 7 at Albany,
whrn thn familv rcentlv moved, at
the age of 29 years, having suffered
irom diooci poisoning, oui ironi uug oue
was convalescing when taken with in
fl,,,i7.a Rha is survived bv her hus
band and two children, both under five
years of age. The tunerai service was
held Thursday and 'burial was in the
Dick ilivnnn. wn known nore, ana a
former resident of Lyons, died Wed
nesday at Albany from influenza. He
leaves a wife and two children.
T. W. Creech, who has been with the
medical department of the army and
stationed in California, is home to re
main. His arrival- eame at an oppor
tune time, as his wife was quite ill
from influonaa when he returned.
- School lieinir closed azain on account
of the flu, Miss Margaret Millor has
returned to Portland and Miss fccliitt
erer to Turner. Five teachers it
nvauHit oinlr vilh thfi IT1 11 1 H A V .
John crautree is Here rrom rortianu
for a visit with relatives.
The Browu-Petzet saw mill is closed
-whilA rannirR urn 'beinitr made. The
heavy timberg supporting the mill had
become badly rotted' and are being re
Dlaced by now one and other repairs
are being made.
John Thorns, was in Portland several
days on business .this week,
ii. E. Taylor has been in Portland
for several days. '
The mayor has issued a proclamation
prohibiting all public gatherings and
closing the pool rooms, mere are sever
al new cases of flu ii town but no one
is very seriously stcfe. -: '
J. AV". Myers of Portland is now a
resideut of Staytuu, having moved
into the. Elder house on Third street.
The new city officials were induct
ed into office Tuesday evening. Mayor
Murpny aeuvcrea quite a lengmy mu-
suge to the; Icouncii, expressing uis
views on the future conduct of city ai
fairs. His ideas are progressive and it
is hoped that he will have the support
of the council in carrying aoine of
them to a successful conclusion. Tho
city has nearly $5000 in its treasury.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Trask, who
I.ave been visiting h'Sfo, have returned
to their home 111 v aohington.
Mrs. E. H. Hobson, who has been
visitmig in town, is now with friend) in
Irwin Griffith Elected
Chairman Salem Hospital
At the annual meeting of the board
of directors of the Sulem hospital held
last evening, It was agreed that the
hospital should vacate its present quar
ters at once ana Turn tne property over
to the state .thus avoiding ejectment
timpani! i n tra.
. Tho committoe on securing temporary
nartnia vrs.o inKtrilPtpn1 in flf OnP.fi PCt
uwi.v.h "va . - .v v n umi I
busy in' securing a building tnut couiu jm ron
i i 1.1 .1 .a . .. .1 . 1. I .
ue remoueieu buu uutticu tu uwnjjila
. . . i i , ... Pi
uses, it is understood several suuuuio
buildings have been under considera
tion and it ib just a question as to i
which is beBt for the hospital. ,
The emergency hospital will continue
t licnd l,v thn Reit Cross as its hos
pital and no influenza patients will be
admitted t0 tho Baiem nospuai m us
present or new quarters.
A A T.nn na cluiirman of the execu
tive committee, presented his resigna
tion last evening- ana irwin uniiuu
wks elected to succeed. As the execu
tive committoe is chosen for but one
year the terms of H. W. Meyers, F. G.
beckebaeh and William McGilchrist Jr.
imvn oxnired. The committee is appoint
ed bv the chairman and it will now de
volve unon Irwin Griffith SB cnainnan
f. itia Kmninir vear to aiiDoint the
iV .MV 0 . . .
It is folt that if suitable quarters aro
secured for the hospital for at least a
year, that the board of directors of the
Salem hospital will at once begin lay
ing plans for a hospital that will be a
credit to tho capital vuy.
Wheat, soft whit -
Wfcsat, lower grades
Har. oats ,.,. -
Flour, hard wheat ,
Creamery buttor 88
Tertc, Teal awl mtvra
Pork, en foot u.v lfl
Veal, faasy 80
Steers ... T
Svriaa lambs lie
gas ana Poultry
Eggs, cash -
Hens, life ....... ......................
Old roosters ..............................
FARMER'S PRODUCE COMPANY
. Cash for your produce today:
20e for top veal.
,19e for top hogs. , ' ,
25a for heavy lions. ., . '
23c for light hens.
160 S. High St. -Phone 10
Sweet potatoes $5
n . . 1 ai ra
fotatoes . l-uv
Oaioss, local $1.78
Cabbage - 3 Mi
Turnips ..- Ss
PariH i ni ...m.. 89
ftn n rrnn 4.50(a)5.75
Lemons, box , 5
'Florida grape fruit, case ........ 7.25
Hiaek, ngs id , iwjsmw
White figs, lb. ....j 19(fi'20c
Package figs per box ... ,..$10.90
Honey, extracted 20
Portland, Or, Jan. 14. Butter, eity
Eggs, selected local ex. 70(a72
Hens 80(a3Sc J
Broilers 2827e '
Geese 85e . ' J
OhMss, triplets 3940
Turkeys 40o i
DAILY LIVB STOCK MAEKEI
Tone of market strong
Prime steers $1314
Choice to good steers $11.50(5)12.50
Madium to good stoers $10.50j11.5
Fair to medium leer 9.50"iO.S
Common to fajr steers $S9
Choice eowa and heifers 9.5O10.5.
Medium to good cows and heifers.
Falrto medium eowa ana heilen
Km . -. . ,
Blockers and feeders 79
Receipts 149 '
Tone of market steady . 1
Prime mixed t!6.7517 ' ;
Medium mixed W16.50 ' .
Rough heavies $14.7515.73 '
Pigs 13.5014.50. . .
Receipts 1421 !
Tone of market higher
Prime lambs $13 13.75
Fair to medium lambs $115012.5l
Ewos $8(j8.50 " .
KiUed in action, previously reported
missing in acuon.
Albert G Henry, Vim Ark
Carl Henry, Spearfish S D
Emil Hogberg, Argyle Mma
Hans Hogie, Binford .
Mitchel Houtchin, Burlington la
Erven J Householder Dover O
William B Hunt, Bcccber City 111
Percy "N Jones, Buffalo Jnct Va
William L Justis, Hurley Va .
Alfred Kaveney, Cincinnati 0
Henry M Kidd, Corbin Ky
John J KiMayt Lasalle 111
Edward Kops,j Milwaukee
Morris Kridermnn, Philadelphia
Arthur W Kreuger, Wausa Wig
Frod Kruse, Grand Island Neb
Bobert E Khyselmire, Torrington Wy
Adolph Kirmin, Philadelphia
David Larson, Canton O
William V Lee, Pai-'stino W Va
.Tnlin T. Afiiea. Onnuin 111
Grover 0 Mahain, Myrtle Miss
Clare S Muhoncy, Stanley la
Lauren T Manning, Salinu Kan
Cesjiri Marchi, Somervill ! Mass
Frank Markley, 'olumbi Fumaeo
Walter D Mason, Claremont JN 1
Robert May-field, Bellville Hi
Alva L Mead, Hayti Mo
Arthur M Marchant, Burlington Vt
John A Merryinan, Hililandtown Md
William Miller, And Mo
Av.i Prtorann. -Richmond Wis
William J Schneider, Kewaskum WiB
Charles H Schnell, t'hil'iueipnia
William J Schroer, Donbra Pa
Clem J Schwallic, Zanesville O
Newel T Seay, Maysville Ga
Walter A Shaw, Mineola N Y
William F Shelton, Granllo Okia
Frank R Shcppard, Cazenovia 111
Frank J Sikora, Milwaukee Wis
Harmon G fltnagall, Portsmouth O
John K Warren, New York
Tollio R Womack, Manifest La
Nick Youll, Nile O
Died of wounds, previously report
missing in action:
Corp John P"Dunn, Waterbury Conn
Mech liarold vianisteai, ;iew x'
Thomas J Evans, Galena -Kan
Harvey Jewell, Louisville Ky
Georgo L Kellev, Philadelphia
Lt Harold H Sayre, ( anada
Lt Harry H Strauch. Thomson 111
a..f Jnhn Kemnter. Milwaukee
Corn Hcrtiert B Norton, T lvsses Pa
Corp Joseptt nnsy, isnp x
x...o.Jn f'or.linps. Providence B I
.,i 'otnntn Newark N J
Earl B Clark, Centre Barnstcd f H
Carl A Harrington, Keumng x
Samuel Kelly, Griswold Ca
. .. t r s 4 UTi.
Artnnr i "j" l
Edward. M Maher, New York J
CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT
IMCK REFERENCE TO: FIRMS TIAT GIVE SERYICE 0NJSI0R1 NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER HEEI WE KLU)llfc uik AurtKiiHK;
A. A. M A at A. .j.
'W W w W m w
CLEANSES YOUR HAIR
M II BEAUTIFUL
THICK. GLOSSY. WAVY
Try This! All Dandruff Disap-
mm Srw m .
pears And( ilair Mops
Surely try a "Dandorine Hair
Cleanse" if you wish to immediately
double the beauty of your hair. Just
moisten a cloth with Dnnderine and
draw it earcfully through your hair,
taking one small strand at a time;
this will clcauso tho hair of dust, dirt
or any excessive oil in a few minutes
you will be amazed. Your hair will be
wavy, fluffy and abundant and pos
soss an incomparable softness, lustre
rosides beautifying the hair, one
application of Dandnrine dissolves ev
ery particle of dandruff; invigorates
the scalp, stopping itching and falling
- Danderine is to the hair what fresh
showers of rain and sunshine are to
ivegetation. It goes right to the roots,
invigorates and strenglnens tbem. its
exhilarating, stimulating and life-pro-duciiur
. Dronerties cause tho hair to
grow long, strong and beautiful.
You can surely have pretty, soft,
lustrous hair, end lots of it, if you will
spend a few cents for a small bottle
of Knowlton s Danuerme at any arng
store or touet eounier and try it as directed.
Mws) H-etrte Co.
Uaeoitle Temple, 127 North HRjh ,
(JB8. B. E. WHITE AND E. W. WAlr
TON Osteopathic physicians and
aerve speiialists. Oraduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy, Kiik
Tllle, Mo. Post graduate and spee
ialized ia nervous diseases at Los.
Angeles ColUge. Offices 605-508 Nat.
Bank Bldg. Phone 8a. Besidence,
M20 Court. Phone SZ19. Dr. White
m. Phoas 480.
ARK you looting for a house n Port
land! I have a coay tore room em
tage, choice lot,' in a flue location
near ear line in a good neighborhood
If you wish to buy it wUl pay you
to see number 5730 at eoraer of 68
street and 49 are, 8. K Portland.
Priea $000. Phone 470 or see Square
Deal Realty company, TJ. B. bank
" I, I, .in II i in I
I ca match you. C. W. Rlomeyer, Boal
KstiU Ageat, Cauadiaa Lands, 644
OB. F. L. UTTEI, DEN'IM, ROOMS
418-414 Bask of Commerse bui'dinf?.
3ALEM WATER COMPANY Offiee
corner Commercial aad Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advanee.
8AL15M SCATBNG BB Garbage
refuse ef all aiads remsveo on mno
ly coatrasti at reassnahle rate
Cess peols eleaasd. Dead animals re
moved. -Ofce phone, Main M4f.
Besidsaca, Main 2272.
irwrnrrTa cm ptttttas MEBT AT
McCornack hall oa avery Tnisdaf
at 8. P. Andresen, C. G. F. J. Bu
." COO aero atock and gia'a ranch,
stock, all equipment, grt'in, feed,
2' miles from town, will sell at
a sacrifice price, easy terms.
380 acres finest Waldo Hill
ranch, income last year $10,000;
will sell very reasonable.
J47 acres, all tillable, 1-10 culti
vated, running water, 7 miles from
70 acres, 40 cultivated, runnipg
water, joining town, pric3 lltili,
will carry back $3000.
H'or Wxchangc: 10 acres appit
and peach orchard, 7 miles from
Salem, in A-l condition, will ex
change for acreage or residenco.
4S7 acre ranch, a lot of stock,
implements, 3 miles from ;town,
want small ranch near Salem and
some cash as first payment, price
341 Stat St
WIUITLAND Mursery, galoin. Route
box 138K, phone lllr'SI. We have tia
Roman strain grtfed Pranquet wal
nuts es well as a full line of all oth
er nursery stock. 1-H
m TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
TH08. K. FORD
Oei Ladd k Bush bank; Salem Oregon
Results you want
w;nir.nAL TABM LOANS 6 per
cent 84 years nme. A. v. conrnaieut,
401 Masoaie Temple, uaiem, uregon.
BTONEY to loan oa good real estate.
6V4 percent government mosey to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. Smith, Saksm Bank of Com
STOVES REBUILT AND BEPAIBED
60 years experience, Depot, national
and American fence,
ftizes 26 to 68 in high
Paints, oil and vamih, eta
Loganberry and hop hooka.
Balem Feaea and 8tove Works.
260 Court street Phone 124-
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
BOTAt NEIGHBORS Of AMERICA
'Oiogoa Grape oaaip" ue. uw
meets every Thursday evening i
Derby building, Court sad High Bt
Mrs. Pearl Coursoy, 914 Court B
orads; Mrs. J'elissa Perasas, reeor
,r 141 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
MOTiRBf wnODMEN OV AMBBIO
Oregon Cedar Camp He. 6248 meatr
every 3rd and 4 th Thur. era, a oxioe
in Derby building, corner Court aa
High streets. B. Jr. Day, v. uj r,
10 ACRE prune raucu, good improve
ments. S miles from Salem, wish te '
exchange for larger raneh, not over ,
4000. 40 acres all in cultivation, firs '
class valley soil, also V block im '
town which the 40 acres join, splen
did improvements, family orchard,
win take Slalom residence not Over
2000 and give easy terms on th
balance, price 9500. 1 acres good
improvements, jood orchard, In Sa
lem limits, only 1200. 600 acres, 15
bottom, 450 hill pasture, good im
provements, 3000 worth of liva
stock and equipment, on good road, '
will take $17,500 and give easy terms
Sooolofsky, 41 State Bt. t
UNITED ARTISANS Capital A seer.
bly No. 84 meets every Thusday at
8 p. m. in Masonic Temple. Norma L.
Terwilliger, M. A.; C. A Vibbert,
secretary, 340 Owens street.
Ths Joarnal Jt Department
will print yoo anything In ths
stationery line do lt right and
savs you real money.
FOB ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Write
to Graham Wells, Corvallis, Qteon.
A frontal for Marion county 1 21
BTOP 8HAKINO YOUR SH0UBDEB8
Learn to Dance Correctly
THEODORE and. LILLIAN NEWMA
Exhibition Dancers and lnstruciora
Modern and Classio Dancing
Hotel Marion, Bolero, Oregon
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAX