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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1919.
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"From Over There" yf
General Pershing's Official Resort ' -4
Today's casualty list contains the fol
lowing names of Oregon men:
Edwin JT. Kelley, Drain, killed In ac
tion. Cecil Gregory, Berlin, killed in action
Ernest X Schneider, Mt. Angel, died
Calvan Evans, Oakland, wounded
Can Morrell, Portland, wounded
Odel W. Brandow, Hilsboro, missing
The following casualties are report
ed by the commanding general of the
American expeditionary forces:
Killed in action . 5
Died of wounds 29
Died from accident end other causes 8
Wounded severely 119
Wounded (degree undetermined) 15
Wounded slightly 17
Missing in action .. 9
KILLED IN ACTION
Troy B. Barnett, Hampton Ga .
George Farnboe, Scjlcrsburg Ind
Lawrence Foley, Chicago
Ewl A. Kcncko, Spokano Wash
Louis Sternberg, South Chicago
DIED OP WOUNDS.
Eoyal L Argall, Spokane Wash
James C N Bichardson, Liberty Hill
Phillip K Vandorn, Ashbury Park.NJ
Jamos Harold Haubcnsaik, Fremont
Joscoh Henry McGreal, Philadelphia
Boss Gilford In galls, Butler Pn
Bam Trao.htembarg. Molino 111
Harry Botts, Colevlo, Cal
. Edward Bonford, Troy N H
Albert J Chestnut, Kansomvillo N T
Chsrles Erickson, Topoka Kan.
Amedo Filliponi, Conshohocken Pa
Lee P Flynn, Jacksonville 111
James P Foley, Evansvillo Ind -Eone
Gautier, Now Bedford Mass
Bernard Gutnecht, Ravenna Mich
Halbert Halverson, Thief Eiver Falls
Sam Hougrvi'd, Straudqmst Minn
Luther D Marshall, Anson Mo '
Ernest Noese, Brownsville Pa
Lester Mitchell, ynn Mast
Tony Oddo, nmha Neb
Frank Orron, Johnson City Tcnn
Jessie Pierce, Aabury Park N Y
James G. Richardson, Ghont W Va
Noblo C Sooter, Sayro Okliii
Frank. Welsh, Foxboro Maes t
Eoy M Whito, Sherman Tex.
, ( DIED OF ACCIDENT
Seret,. Frank W Wintor, Chicago
.privates. -. . i
William R Doughty, Cleveland O
Howard Duncan, Suintor 8 0
David C iiornstem JN i . . .
Aubrey P Soulo, Bridgwater Mass
Edward T Reskenfield, Barry III
DIED OF DISEASE. .
Major Chailos P Matthews, Saul Ste
Caut Charlos Narkiusky, Little Rock'
Lieut Theo. Kckkruijaf, Frccwatcr,
Lieut. Gcosta N Johnson, Goodpine,
Alfred, H Games, Greenfield Mo
William C Younce, Johnson S C
Joseph L Brcmma', Los Angeles Cal
Mathew T Colgan, N Y
George Delahay, Beacon N Y
Martin F Fitzparris, West Park 0
Jeff Robert McCurdy. Daisy Okla
Chauffeur John T Moore, Louisvillo
'Wagoner Henry Lowe, Ncplcs Fla
Red Cross Commission Marshal S,
Winpensy,Merion Station Pa
Edward H Abel, Colton Cal
Luther Alexander, Mt Vernon Ark
John Arkbiiiier, Goodland Kan
Frank T Armstrong, Lus Angeles Cal
Henry Arneke Jr, Brooklyn N X
Benjamin Bnbatino Ghestor Pa
Edward W Ballard, St Joseph Mo
Eo.tcoe M Barr, Blumlce Ark
Harold J Bonson, Carroll 0
Geoige E Berry, Wilmington N C
Icae Best, Towerboro N C
Kdwaid W Boehmer, St Charles Mo
Albert C Boggs, East Cedar Rapid Is
Albert C Bradford, Blossom Tex
Clayton W Brndwny, Sacramento C&l
Fred Work-v Brown, Cora City ill
John L Ciintrell, Honcygrove Tex
Clarence Carbino, Massena N Y
Charles T Cawutt, Geitysbcrg Pa
Jacob Chel. r, Chicago
Robert Co&les, Grove Hill Ala
Chaiiev Cackfield, Sernnton 8 C
Walter Colo, Elba Ala
Francis A Collier, Ncwphila Pa
Michael J Contway, Marquette Mich
Isiah Cox, Napoloonvillc La
Joseph Croak, Wappingers Falls N Y
Patrick H.Davis, Hilliurd Fla
Taylor Dearth, Peoria 111
' Th'omr.s Dempsey, Hollyoak, Del
Arthur II Dion," Willamantic Conn
Donalo Diprinsio, Philadelphia .
Dennis J Boris, Brooklyn N Y
Robert L Elder, Paducah Ky
Rabon Floyd, Jcffersonville Ga
Silas F Fryer, Gouhlbusk Tex
Homer Gannawny, Wingate Tex
Sain Gordon, N Y
Oscar H Gruber, W Phila Pa
Fred E Halme, Washington Ma
Robert L Hain, Whitman N Y
Sparroll Harris, Paradise Mo
Virgil T Harris. Chillicothe O
Arthur Hang, Radcliffe la
Charley A Hintz, Stormlake la
Frank Hopper, Jamesville NY
William B House, Lexington Miss
. Herman Huskcwitz, N Y
Adolphns King, Jacksonville Fla
Fred G Knauf, Maxim 0
George E Knehl, Crown Point Ind
Evan Lansrud. leorati la
Emil Leppert, Indianapolis Ind
Calvin 8 Leverett, Llan0 Tex
Isadore H Levin, Kansas City MO
David L Livingston, Cloverdale Ala
James McClusky, Morgan Pa
Cla-rk B McDonald, Fowler Mich
Agostino Maecarroni, Roanoke Ya
Gnover C Marshf ield, Highwood Mont
Edward F Maroncy, Uxbridge Mass
Albert 0 Moluin, Spring Valley Minn
Harry Miller, Reading Pa
Isaac T Nelson, Cupu n
Lars Nelson, Fall Creek Wis
Henry W Norrell, Providence City,
- Roy B Oliver, McGregor Tex?
. Pete E Overstake, Fineastle O
Louis Joseph Parr, Newibaria La
Joseph Frederick Pcnachio, Eevere.
Orlie Purnell, Webb Mass
Henry Ramberg,' Grafton N D
Geoorgo A Rebik, Toledo 0
Casey Reese, Guthrie Okla -Joseph
A Robertson, Balliet Pa
Edward Robinson, Summcrton S C
Giovanni Rossi, Rilton Pai
Glen Rouncr, Luray Kans
Julius Rousebough, Onalaska Tex
Homer N Roth, Hanover Pa
Payne Sahn, Rockport Ind
C C Schultheiss Jr, N Y
Adams Seott, Hsrdalburg Pa .
Fred S Smith, Norflok Nebr
Vestor Smith, Alexandria Tenn
Theodore Stalemo, Fisher Minn
Geo P Standi, Safe City, Ga
John F Starkey, Okemah Okla -Leonardo
Strano, New York
Henry Sverdal, Hendricks Minn
Fred M Tack, Savanna 111
Thomas J Turner, Abernathy Texas
George T Vandeventor, Rupert Ida
Lloyd G Vandyke, Buffalo Wyo
Hurry Vincent, St .Lpuis Mo
Nathaniel Walker, Magnolia Ark
Luther Watson, Jenkinsburg Ga
Will Witofiold, Pine City Ark
Charles E Wilcox, Niagara. Falls N Y
John William, Pleasant Hill La
Wiiithrop A Wright, Billerica Mass
Elmer C Wyckoff, QuinCy HI
Otto E Yamiuitz, Perryville Mo
Joseph Berg, Mount Vernon Wash
Henry Glcmleming, Grayling Mich
Lowe Schroeder, Frnzcr Wash
William E McMahon, S Omaha Neb
William D Manes Baxter Springs Kan
Win B Martin, Young-Woman Wyo
Charles .W Bontadillo, Watsonvillo
John A Brown, Dedbettor Texas
Vicente Chavez, San Marcial; N M
Georgo R Cody, Barnum Wyo
Fred C Craig, Hornbroow Cal
Clnronco Eboy, Ogden Utah
Joo Gambodto, Tacoma Wfih
Lustin Gillespie, North Great Falls
Mont , . , : "
.Tnhn A Halverson. Maridian Wash
Killed in Action, Previously Reported
Wounded Severely in Action.
Private Monroe Dowdy. Ingram Tex
Killed in Action, Previously Reported
,. Wounded- Slightly In Action.
Cornornl Lcrov B Hinton, Phila Pa
Killed in Action, Previously Reported
Missing in Action.
Lt.' Clarence 0 Grubbs, Holton Kan
Lt John Cornelius Roche, Bellevue Pa
Sergt Arthur. L Goodo Blackston Post
Oorpl Robert R Clomons, Woodviile
Fla : '
Rtissel E Bcatty, Lancaster 0 -William
R Bolton, New Britain Conn
Thomas W Vrow n, Daaevrv
Douglas Dixin, Parson Kan
Orvillo G Dryden, Princess Anne Md
. Amtdio Fiori, l ortsmouth N H
WUHa Griffii. Gladwin Mich
Virgil C Hi! tor, Syracuse N Y
Alois A Reap, Milwaukee Wis
WUinm Hetherington, Phila P
Clarence A Limpert, Pittaburg Pa
Frank Lodick, Tyrone Pa
Joseph Lo'rbecki, Ashland Wis
Albei v H Lynch, Lookeda Okla
Cornelius Lynn, Rodney la
Charles R McGuire, N Y
Christopher McGushin, N Y
William Ost, Talmyia Mich
Henry E Wcstover, Swanton Vt
Fronzio A Wilder Corbin Ky
Silas Wilson, Colmar Ky
Died from Wounds Received in Action,
Previously Reported Missing in Action.
Stanislau Barcik, Bayonno N J
John R Lefler, Richfield NC
John Shickwa, Jersey City N J
Trvin E Williams. Tavlorsvillo Ky
Died from Accident and Other Causes,
Previously Reported Missing in acqou,
Ralph E Arnold, Bninbridge Ind
Victor E Digby, Newberry S C
Joe Costa, Windbcr Pa
(ieo T Downs, Brooklyn N Y
Ray E George, Kolin Mont
William A Keezek, Limestone Tenn
u,.n,v Mntson. Poulso Wash
Unr,v Murtin MEttsen. San F.-aneisco
Henr'ik Mozonski, Detroit Mich
James Sanders, Wilson Pa .
own TATJuff O? THIRTY-EIGHT
ACRS3 FOLD TO J. B. BYBERG
in,. r t? Uvbcrsr. recently from
-..i,' rinlrr,(!i. hut for the past sil
weeks a resident of Woodburn, has
bought the 0. K. Sebo ranch of 39 acres
located inst outside of the cny irmiN
of Silve'rton, south. The cnnsidemtion
was 10.000. The transfer of property
took piaco Friday. Mr. Sebo had a
most attractivo farm sit" and had not
considered selling the place until Mr.
Byborg eame along and was desirous
of purchasing. Possession will be giv
en the first of the month. The Sebo
family will move to Hilverton and occu
py one of the Drake residences o
South Water street. Mr. Sebo has oth
er farm property which he will look
after. The property was handled
through the J. E. Hoimer agency. Ap-
Pca'- i m i - - -
Thf Washington state senate ha?
. .. t -,!:,K.,- V.; 11 ntr.
(passed tao enmun ,"
'er the last sessid veto of Governor Lis-
I ter by a vote of 37 to 5.
:As a matter of economy you
should consult the Journal's
Job Department before placing
your, printing-we are satisfying
Salem's leading firms put us
on your calling list. Phone 81
HAZE (SEEN NOTES-
Mrs. Sims and daughter, Mrs. May
Sevits of Portland were the guests of
Mrs. Worden this week. Hazol Green
friends sympathize with them in the
loss of their daughter and sister Mrs.
Miss Grace Rape has been on the
sick list for a week.
Paul Pietrock, brother of Mrs. Bliss
Zeilinski, who was wounded in France
and lost his loft arm has returned to
the V. 8. and is now in Virginia.
Glenn, the youngest son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. G. Looney fell from a hay. loft
Tuesday striking the tiarn floor with his
hands and slightly spraining both
Mr. Boelck has been ill with the flu
since ho roturned from Portland His
daughter Mrs. Emma Freed is sick now.'
Mrs. Gladys Aspinwall is on the road
to recovery and her mother Mrs. Hactie
Van Cleave is having a light attack of
the flu. '
Wm. Dunigan who is stationed at the
old Napoleon barracks at Brest, France,
says that they have plenty of rain and
mud. Something like good old Oregon.
Mrs. Earl Wood and her sister.-in-law
went to San Francisco this week to be
with the former's husband who was
ill with- the flu, but' did not arrive
until after his death. They will return
Friday with the body for interment Mt
Salem. - '
Mrs. Tone Sheldon is still in a sor-
ions condition from spinal meningitiB
following the flu.
A dispatch from London states that
regular airship mail service'to America
during the summer of next year is cor
American Christmas mail to Sweden
has not yet arrived and is believed to
haje been lost on the missing British
i "Whv not iei;na our own nickel?"!
lashed Canadians. The International,
.KicUol Comjiany of Canada unswer-
ed tlie challenge by erecting a $5,-1
!OOU,000 refinery at Port Colbomc.l
Ontario, at the head of the Wellandi
jCanal. This is a strategic location:
1 is a short, straight-away haui,
'from the tamous Cobalt mining dis-j
jtrictj allows a water haul for the;
'fuel and fluxes that must be import-1
:ed from the states, and for the ex-j
'port of finished metals. Iwenty
'thousand pounds of nii-kl and 8iCO,
000 pounds of copper is estimated
las the annual capacity of the new
plant which has been constructed
with a view to enlargement as the
'promoters plan to have the entire
output of the Sudbury mine handled
at Port Colborne eventually. These
mines furnish 70 of the world's
;output of iron ore, this when smelted
ires aits in matte of nickel and cop
per. ! This refinery represent the last
worJ in refining efficiency. Where
'ever twsible, mechanical devices
installed to economize on
as been scarce during
Traveling eranes handle
rr more easily than
i -.'He a wheel-barrow,
V.oned system still pre-
v ?;'-:.'.';.'. .-'11 : J'''l
SAYS ACID STOMACH
Excess Of Hydrochloric Acid
Sours The Food And
Undigested food delayed in the stora-
anh decays, or rather, ferments the
same as food left in the open air, says
a noted authority. He also tells us
that indigestion is caused by Hyper
acidity, meaning, there is an excess of
hydrochloric acjd in the stomach which
prevents complete digestion and starts.
food fermentation. Thus everything
oaten sours in the" stomach much like
garbage sours in a can, forming, acid
fluids and gaeee which inflate the
stomach like a toy 'balloon. Then we
feel a heavy, lumpy miaory in the
chest, we belch up gas, we eructate
sour food or nave heartburn, flatulence
water Ibrash or nausea.
Ho tells us to lay aside all digestive
aids and instead, get from any pharma
cy four ounces of Jad Salts and take
a tablewpoonful in a glass of water be
fore breakfast nnd drink while itis
offervescina and furthermore to con
tinue'this for Ameek. While relief fol
lows the first doo it is important to
neutralize, tho acidity, remove the gas
making mass, start the liver, stimu
late the kidneys and. thus promote a
free flow of pure digestive juices.
Jad Baits is inexpensive and is made
from the acid Of grapes ind lemon
juice, combined with lithia and so
dium phosphate.. This harmless salts is
used by thousands of people tor atom
ach trouble with excellent results..
Union eounty sportsmen are asking
for tho recstablishmont of the hatchery
on tho Minara rlvor near Elgin.
OFFERED JOBS BY CANADA'S NEW NICKEL PLAN
!' " " 1
If ' A
y-M I Wv W-:- V!' f'iv4i y ',VS".'-.JYSW.y.. vW.,i"
! if. f
WJ?' : x.Ji h
vail a'. !.' , . mi'auv'. main plant atMm of the veterans has been very
Bayonne. New jersey i satisfactory, and while they nav
Refinin ouorations were begun on
July 1st en nickel-matte from the
company's mines at Sudbury which
is situated at the junction of Toronto
line of the C.-inadian Pacific Railway
with its main transcontinental line.
The most pressing' problem faced
in establishing the new industry was
that of labor. The International's
policy is to give employment to
every returned soldier who seeks
work. Us general manager sums uo
their experience with this class of
labor, thus: "While the work of
SELVES FALLS MILL WILL
START SAWING ON MARCH I
... . , , . , :.;
tv e;i..- r-.ii ov;i .
pects to resume operations at the big
mill the first if March.
is running steadily. There is no ac
tivity in the lumber eampt at pres
ent. The snow has practically disao-
peared in the woods although the niud
is plenty deep enough during the wet
wetitaer. Appeal. : - v
WIIu. RJSSTTME SAWING OPES-
ALIGNS NEXT MONAY AT MTT.T,
The Silverton Lumber company lave
completed the mid-winter repair of the
mill, cleaned the- pond and are again
readj for sawing. The eusipany plans
to resumo sawing operations, next Mon
day Appealr-' - - "
William D Stuart, who was elected
prosecuting attorney of . Wahkiakum
county at the last election, has resign-,
ed. . -
Wheat, soft white - l,4
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Oats , - - 80c
Hay, cheat .
Creamery butter ..
' Pork, VtU and Mutton
Pork, on foot
Veal, fancy .......
Spring lambs ,
.eggs ana row try
Eggs, cash .. .... 47e
Hens, lifo . . 23(a)25c
Old roosters 15e
Chickens- .. 23c
Sweet potatoes $55.50
OsJbibage ... .
Head lettuce ..
Parsnips . Sr
Cauliflower .., $2.50
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tu'sdaj
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C, P. J. Kunt
K. R. & 8.
ttOYAl NEIGHBORS OP AMERICA
"Oregon Grope Camp" No. 1360
meets every Thursday evening is
Derby building,1 Court and High St
! Mrs. Pearl Coursoy, 214 Court St
ortcle; Mrs. Felissa Persons, record
or 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meet
every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, 8 o'clock
in perby building, corner Court and
High streets. H. F. Day, V. C. V.
Tamer, clerk. .
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Aiaen.
bly No. 84 moots every Thursday at
8 p. m. in Masonic Temple. Norma L.
TerwUliger, M. A.; C. A. Vibbert,
secretary, 340 Owens stroot.
W -W M It
,1 i, .
hwn Driven licht work so as not to
overtax them, a curious degree of, .
restlessness has been encountered
Men who were eager to commence:
work, disappeared overnight, nevee
to return. The psychology of the
reruroed soldier furnishes a iToblcnj
that demands much study. Time and
patience must be exereifw-i with th,
whole class, and tact and considers
tion in individual cases doimt the
tryinft Priod of re-adjustai-jit to
put the Pien on their fee,t agtie in u
ir,i"' ' ' way."
(Florida grape fruit, ease
(Black fis lb. :
White figs, lb. 19(a20c
Package figs per tr 5r pkg 4&.U
Homy, extracted ,
Floor, hard wheat .
Portland, Or., Jan. 18. J3utter, eity
creamery 66c s
Eggs, selected local ex. 5357o
Geese 25 "
Cheese,' triplets 3940
DAILY UVE STOCK MARKET
Tone of market weak. . . .
Prime steers $13!
Choice to good steers IL5012.5O
. Medium to good steers 10.5011.50
Fair to medium steers 9.5010.50
Common to fair steers $89
Quick Reference To Firms
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers
Salem Electrio Co., Masonic Temple,
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathia physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy Kirk-
, ville, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85t. Residence,
1820 Court. Phone 215i Drt White
Ret. Phone 469.
STOP SHAKING YOUR SH0TJLDEB6
Learn to Dance Correctly
THEODORE and LILLIAN NEWMAN
Exhibition Dancers and Instructors
Modern and Classie Daneing
Hotel Marion, Salem, Oregon
DR. f. L. TJTTEH, DENr H.Tj ROOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce building.
4ALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in. advance. .
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
3.ei Ladd & Bush bank; Salem Oregon
rEDEBAL FARM LOANS 5 per
eenfr 84 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonio Tomple, Salem, Oregon
MONEY to loan on good real estate.
5 percent government money to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold,
W. D. Smith,. Salem Bank of Com
merce. . 12-14
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
60 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 2ft to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, ete
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fonee and Stove Works,
250 Court street. Phone 124.
2ND HAND GOODS.
We Buy, Soil And Exchange
AH kinds of Furniture, Stoves,
Clothing, Dishes, Bicycles, Harness,
Tools and Junk. We buy what you
don't want and pay the highest
price in cash.
Peoples' New & 2nd Hand
271 N. Commercial Phono 734
J. A. Rowland Furniture Store
Buys, sells and exchanges new and
2nd hand furniture. All kinds of
repair work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty. Right
prices. 326 North Commercial St.
! PAINT SHOP
Just opened in connec
tion witn tne
10(10 H- Com'l. St.
WANTED People of Salem to know
that we pay highest price, for mens
second hand clothing, shoes, etc. The
Canital Exchange. 837 Court St.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Choice cows and heifers $1G.5011
Medium to good eowa and hciterg
$S9 . .
Fairto medium eows and heifere
- Canners $45 ' -
Calvea 9 12.50
Stoekers, and feeders 79 .
Receipts S19 ' ' - '
Tone of market weaker
Prime mixed 16.5016.80
Medium mixed $1616.50
Rough heavies $14.75 15.75
Tone of market steady
Prime lambs $H 14.23
Fair to medium lamb $11.7512.5
Yearlings- 1111.30 -,
Ewes 68.50 '
Farmer's Produce Company
Cash for your produce today:
19e for top -veal. . . '
.- 19e for top hogs.
25e for heavy hens.
23e for light hens.
160 S. High St. Phone !
That Give Service On Short
427 North High Main 120
PEOPLES REPAIR SHOP Cloeka,
furniture, umbrellas and 'shoe repair
ing. Saws filed, shear and knife
grinding, etc. Satisfaction guarantee
2ttl. Court street. B. Wooley. 2-1
WE HAVE A NO. 1
SECOND HAND PIANO
FOR SALE CHEAP
E. L. STIFF & SON
440 COURT ST., SALEM.
600 Acre stock and grain ranch,
stock, all equipment, grain, feed,
2 miles f rou town, will sell at
a sacrifice price, easv terms.
880 acres finest Wn)l Hill
ranch, income last year $10,000;
will sell very reasonable,
147 acres, all tillable, 140 culti
vated, running water, 7 miles from
70 acres, 40 cultivated, running
water, joining town, pries $4615,
will carry back $3000.
Tor Exchange: . 10 acres apple
and peach orchard, 7 miles from
Salem, in A-l condition, will ex
change for acreage or residence.
487 acre ranch, a lot of stock,
Implements, 3 miles from town,
want small ranch near Salem and
some cash as first payment, prUo
..311 State St
FOR SALE A good house, well locat
ed. 9 room house with two fine lots,
near car lino, two blocks to pavet
street, on graveled street, garage
and plenty of fruit. Price !i000, $50t
cash, balance $15 pur month. Call at
1297 N. 18th St. or see Square Do
Realty Company. tf
FRU1TLANO Nursery, Sslem, Route
box 1U8K, phone 1UP21. Wo havo th
Roman strain grtfed Franquet wah
nuts aa well as a full line of all oth
er nursery stock. 1-lt '
BRING YOUR TRADES
I can mateh yon. 0. W. Ktomeyor, Reel
fCstsle Agent, Canadian Lands, 544
FOR ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Writ
to Crahum & Wells, Corvallls, O'cgo
Agents for Marion eounty
3ALEM SCAVENGER Garbage an
refuse of all kinds removed oa luontk
ly contracts at reasonable rate.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main 2247,
Residence, Main 2272.
Mrs. Anna Mclntpro of Athena, CJ
years old and nearly blind, knitted 4t
sweaters for soldiers overseas.
The Coos Bay shipyard has eloset
down for an indefijiito timo on s
eount of a strike among the employes,
Every effort is made to snfoiiuart
the legislature In session at Boise, but
tw0 members have contracted influcn
Of 2,500,000 checks for dependents'
allotments and allowances deduclet
from soldiors' par for November an
December, only 930,000 havo been mail
od. Lieutenant John E. Garbut of Sherl.
dan. Wvo.. aud Mechanic K. L. Quin
tf of Pittsburg were killed at Fort Wortk
on Sunday when their airplane foil 500