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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1919.
loll nf Sjotuir
"From Over There"
General Pershing's Official Report
Died of airplane accident
Died of disease "i, ..: ;
Wounded severely .
Today's casualty list contains the
following names of Oregon men:
"Newman O Dennis, Dallas, died of
John D Fitzmanrtce, Condon, died of
Allen C White, Ginr, died or dis
ease William E Nottingham, Carlton,
Louie Gardner, North Bend, wound
ed, reported killed
DIED OF AIRPLANE ACCIDENT
Lt Walter Grisner, Koyal Center Ind
Lt Henry L Suggs, Spencer N J
Pvt Marion Smith, Bozeman Mont
DIED OF DISEASE
l.t Col James J B Lampert, Oshkosh
William Flynn, Charleston S C
Christ Jensen, Linden S D
Ernest V Blaeet, Greenville 111
William M Dixon, Bay City Mich
Frank P Franfcdsen, Chicago
Mark Hardin, Washington
Frank P Lynch, Brattloboro Vt
Hugh R Merwin, Woodridge N T
William A Smith, Milbury Mass
James J Williams, Randolph N Y
Francis J Zorhuson, Baltimore
Chauffeur iFrank D Littercll, Hoopes-
ton Hi - it
Chauffeur Arthur B Manning North
Wagoner Albert J Snell, England
Cook Charlos L Burke, Monroe HI
Archibald Auld, Chicago
Joseph A Baird, Philadelphia
John H (Baker, Andover Mass
Oliver Darker, Dcmopolis Ala
. Victor E Bloomgren, Chicago
Benjamin Buc'hanan, HefUn Ala
Elmer F Burdick, Bockford HI
Wilford P Chaussee, Pacifio Wash
Martin C Christ, Wilkes Barre Pa
Eldood D Colton, Evanston Ind
Nelson E iCorthcll, Molro3e Mass
Clarence Currons, Murray City O
Ola D Curry, Campaign 111
Elihugh Davis, Cottonplant Ark
Ulcn Do IBroux, Parson Wis
Benjamin Devent, St Louis Mo
Harry Dodgson, St Louis Mo
Jerry P Downey, Floe W Va
Richard Dunvin, Arlington N J
Heury M Enghoefer, Baltimore
Edward J Fcrson, W Roxbury Mass
James Ford, Chicago
Holder Frederickson, Harris Minn
George M Gault, Moans 0
Elmer II Gciseking, St Louis Mo
Ralph K Gould, Monaca Pa '
Wnltor Graham. Allendale S C
Onrles IN Haaeerson ' Menominee
Carl Ji" O Hansen, Battle Creek la
Theodore G Hall, Elmar Minn
William Hnrdy, Moss Miss
Samuel Henderson, Littlo River S
GH Hobbsi Clinton N O
Rufus Hubbard; South Hill Va -John
Elisha B BeKith, New York
.Vrt.nn R Blfimedv. Clayton Ala
Hossekiah iKlpatrick, Middlcsburg Va
Eldon C Kinmc, EUswortn vv is
William A Lafimour, Worcester Mas
Cleveland Lay, Joncsboro Ark
Clyde C Lewis, Hamilton O
Fred C Lewmau, Haxton Colo
Joseph 0 Loftness, Hector Minn
Clarenco McCune, Mitchell S D
John MuGarvey, Stoughton Mass
John E Mays, Van Pa
Lid:t Monhollen, Gatliff Ky
Ralph Opper, Lakeside O
Wallace Phillips, Chicago
Joiisy Piyor, Hampton Va
Chester L Ragsilale, llollis Okla
Leonard M Heed, Thibodaua La
Leon M .Reid, Ohio City O
William C Robinson, Molinc Kan
Jerrv Ross, Coleman Okla
Jerry Ross, Joleman Okla
Nicudemus L Ruby, 'arathersville
MNa.iianiel Salsbury, Springfield Ark
Jsreil Sargis, New Britain Conn
Irving H Sclinessler, Chicago
Michael Shaffer, Brookville Pa
Richard A Sharp, Scottsboro Ala
Albeit' Shaw,' Jamaica NY
Daniel Shroll, New Holland Pa
Joseph A Skoda, Waukomis Okla
Charles E Smith, Dcwns Kan
Clnrk Smith, Hastings Ga
Olar Smith, Zellwoo.l Via
William F Somers, Waseca Minn
Antcn B Sorensen, N Yakima n
' Theodore Stallcmo, Fisher Minn
Rtich. Oshkogh Wis
Clifford W Sylvester, Willowgrovc.
. Jeff Tavlor, Elmore SC n
Clifford Thorpe, Macomb 111
Ambrose V Van De Kirkrove, Kos-
Ward Workman, Jesse W Va
Sgt Stephen S Floe, Stanwood Wn
L Riley, Los Angeles
Corp Joseph Schiefer, San Francisco
Chauffeur hum"1 '"""""i
ford Mont ,
Henry Belcher, Celma Cal
Ktnneth Craighill, Haposta Colo
Rov 9 Daniels, Millett Nev .
Peter J Laborde, San Jacinto Car
Ja k Schnltz, San Francisco
Giorsmni Si-vi- Stockton Cal
James Slim. Butte Mont
Srlvestrr J Small, Standpoint Tqa
Pnnl W Smith, San Dieo Cal
John J Trainer, Douglass Wyo .
Died of disease, previously reported
died from wounds:
Pvt Quest P Otto, Clire City S D
Killed in action, previously reported
mitring in action:
Fred C Brand, Newark N J
Charles F Kersey, Charleston W Va
Jriin P Whalen, Great Valley N Y
Mech Thomas Cameron, Seattlo
M ch John Wooten, Hulett Ky
Charles A Bahlman, MeClure O
Clarence J Brandley, Salt Laki,
Gerhard W Brooks, Forest JctJV'ia
Joe Cammarata, New York
Colombea Cecchi, Hayward Cal
Edward Clements, Lixville Mo -Max
Delgar, Aragon N M
- Laroy Farst, New Madison O
Henry M Guttormson, Lanesboro Min
Daniel J Heffron, Cleveland O
Martin G Johnson, Brush Colo
William P Johnson, Toddvillo Md
Michael J McNerncy, New Haven
Jay Mahaf feyr Pelzer S C
Walter L Moador, Walcott Ark
Samuel B Meigels, Brooklyn
Nicholas W Meyer, Kalamazoo Mich
Frank W Shea, Wessingtou S D
Richard Sheehan, Mahouer Pa
George E Simmons, Philadelphia
Earl Stewart, Blairsville Pa
Charles Stacker, Canton Md
John B iF Walters, Gadsden Ala
Oscar Welker, Dudley Mo '
Bun-ell West, ffneida Tenn
William Wiggett, Reator 111
Died from wounds, previously report
ed missing in action:
Lt Alvin H Treadwell, Potighkecpsie
Gughilmo Bellini, Chelsea Mass
George E Evrets, McConnelsburg Pa
Fred J Hagen, Lacrosse Wis
George Weber, Braddock Pa
Died, previously reported missing in
Sgt William I Thomas, Yonkers N Y
Herman Andres Jr, Brooklyn
Darrell O Beiter, Newcomerstown O
Frank 'E Lidral, Algoma Wis
Everct E Thomas, Joncsboro Ind
Big Hog Deal Made
With English Buyers
Portland, Or., Jan. 22. In spite, of
the certainty of prohibition in the
United States, the prico jpf hops has
climbed to a high point and is likely
to go higher.
"A deal has just been closed in Port
laud which, old-tirrte hopmen declare is
tho largest transaction in hop future!;
and the price the highest that ever oc
curred in tho history of the American
Tho deal, which involved 9000 bales
of hops, mostly Oregons, represented a
total value of $500,000. The hops were
bought by tho London, firm of Georgo
Bird & Co., and the seller was Ralph E.
Williums, of this city.
contract lor xnree xeare.
Tho contract calls for tho delivery
of 3000 bales a year during the next
three years. Tho growers are J. W.
Seavey, who will furnish 1500 bales a
year; Julius Pincus, who will provide
500 hnles a vear. and a number of Ore
gon and Washington growers, who will
deliver 1000 bales. Tfte contract pneu
far encii of the three years is 25 cents
For several months ttio uregon nop
grower has boon independent of thi
American brewer. The latter beliovod
it was a foregone conclusion thct the
country would go dry, and it has been
a long time since ho was interested in
ho,,s, "except Buch small quantities as
he needed from wcok to week.
The foreigner, particularly tho Eng
lish brewer, however, lins taken Ins
idnce. No sooner was the armistice
sikned than the London demand sprang
up and prices have advanced rapidly.
Wuilo the war was still on ivib nop;'
in Oretron wore vcJtied at 8 or 9 cents
or icss than the cost of .growing. So
urgent was the English demand that
th;i nrice on last year's crop advanced
to 40 conts a pound before the supply
was exhausted. Tho "eontraet" mar
ket tlso swung upward, rising from
almost nothing during the war to the
present price of 2a cent for tne
growths of 1919, 1920, and 1921..
Unknown Man, Believed
' To Be Robber, Is Killed
Portland, Or., Jan. 22. An unknown
man is dead here today because he dos
peratoly resisted arrest yesterday even
ing when Police Inspector J...M. Tacka
berry attempted to take him into cus
Hygiene, rest, pure air, sunshine
and a well-balanced diet, plus
to improve the blood-quality,
increase body-weight and build
up resistance, ere important links
in the logical treatment of in
cipient pulmonary affections
To a child or adult with a tendency
to weak lungs or tender throat,
Scott's brings a wealth of rich
A little of Scott 'c Emulsion C'Vi
today may 4a yon 4 world of Vjf
good tomorrow. A Ji
ult Bwnr WnmW.r!.! S I. IMS
When Cross, Feverish And
Sick Give CaGfernia
Syrup Of Figs"
Children love this "fruit laxative"
and nothing else cleanses the tender
stomach, liver and bowela so nicely.
A child simply will not stop play
ing to empty the bowelsj and the result
is, they become tightly clogged with
waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach
sen is, then your little one becomes
cross, half sick, feverish, don't eat,
sleep or act naturally, breath is bad,
system full of cold,- has sore throat,
stomachache or diarrhooa. Listen. Moth
erl See if tongue is coated, then give
a- tcaspoonful of "California Syrup of
rigs," and in a few- hours ail the con
stipated wasto. sour bile and undigest
ed food passes out of the system, and
you have a well, playful child again.
Millions of mothers give "Califor
nia Syrup of Figs," because it is per
fectly harmless; children love it, and
it never fails to act on the stomach,
liver and bowels.
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs," which
has full direction for babies, children
of all ages and for grown ups plainly
printed on the bottle. Beware of coun
terfeits sold here. Gist the genuine,
made by "California Fig Syrup Com-
Pratum, Or:, Jan. 22. (Capital
Journal Special- Service.) Clifford
Wilty returned home from Camp Fre
mont on Wodnesday last.
Mrs. Mary Harper Adkins, wife of
Hnrrr Adkins, died in Portland on
Thursday last. She was buried at Scotts
Mills, tho home of hor husband's peo
ple. She was well known hero, having
spent her childhood at Pretum.
Mrs. Bertha Gocbel ancr wmsm
Mooro were married at the home of
Rov. and Mrs. Baumgartner last Tues
day evening. Tho groom has just re
turned from the training camp at
Greenville, N. C. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Limbeck, of Mon
tana arc visiting at the home of Mr.
Limbeck's parents near Pratum.
Miss Emmeline Leedi of Portland has
boen visiting here recently with hor
sister, Mrs. Russell McAllister.
Mr. Chks. A. Arnctt of Montana.
spent a few days this week visiting
with his mother and sister, at Pratum.
Louis F. Cornu returned home Fri
day from Camp Fremont, California.
Miss. -Esther.. Sehaap, who lis Deen
visiting-- with relatives at home, re
turned on Monday to hor position at
Aver Junction, Wash.
Miss Clara Harper ha been sutfer-
incr from an attc-ck of appendicitis. She
was operated on this week and is im
The two Do vnes lamines are re
covering from tne- iniiuenza
August Kufncr family is again well
as likewise is the Albert Liechty fun
ilyj Ellis Welty and Mm Herbert
Humphrey are again around, irann
Schnnn is improving nicely. No new
eases have broken out for several days.
SAGE AND SULPHUR
DARKENS GRAY HAIR
Brush This Through Faded,
Streaked Locks And They
Become Dark. Glossy,
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings back the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, streak
ed or gray. Years ago the only way t
get this mixture was to make it at
home, which i mussy and troube
some. Nowadays, by asking at any drug
store for"Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur
Compound," you will get a largo bot
tle of this famous old recipe, improved
by the addition of other ingredients,
at a small cost.
Don't stnv gray! Try it! No ona can
possibly tell that yon darkened your
hair, as it doe it so naturally and ev
enl.. You dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw this through
your hair, taking on small strand at
a time; by morning the gray hair dis
appears, and after another application
or two, your hair become beautifully
dark, glossy nnd attractive.
fdy. suspecting hira of being a robber
Tackabcrry was "laying" for the
man at an assay office, anticipating hi
arrival there to got a lrge quntity of
broken gold jewelry which tho unknown
man hed left to be melted,
irpon his arrival, Tackabcrry ordered
the man to throw up 1ii hands. He did
ho, but despite the faet the Inspector
gun was against his stomach, lnanagee
to start a thrilling life and death strug
gle, which ended on the sidewalk of a
busy street in the business district. It
caused pedestrian to flee in all di
rections, several shots bem.g fired.
Tho alleged robber W6 shot through
both lungs during the scuffle and died
air hour later at tho emergency hos
No charge was made against the po
lice inspector. Several thousand dol
lars worth of loot wa found in the
room occupied by the unknown robber.
Moses Siayton, Pioneer,
Victim of Heart Trouble
(Capital Journal Ppccial Service)
Stayton. Ore., Jan. 22. Moses A.
Stayton, a pioneer, and from whose
father the town of Stayton takes its
Senate Probers Say Ford
Peace Expedition Was
Inspired By Hun Interests
Washington, Jan 22. Henry Ford's
famous peace expedition in the fall of
1915 to "get the beys out of the
trenches by -Christmas." was inspired
by German and pacifist interests. Ar
chibald Bs Stevenson- today reld the
senate committee .that is piobiug Ger
man propaganda. . a
. Stevenson has been connected' with
the military intVlUgence department and
conducted a study., of propaganda in
New York. - ,--.,
"Rosika Schwimmex, an Austrian
woman, first conceived the plan," said
Stevenson. She;went, over on the
peace ship and never came back."
He also, testified that Louis- Lochner
Ford's secretary, ind a number of other
prominent persons involved in tho plan,
were interested in various pacifist so
cieties. Many professors with "radical and
bolshevilu sympathies' ', still hold places
Stevenson said he. would submit a
list for the committee.
Of the many pacifist societies,, one
was organized after wo got into the
war and- flourishes today, Stevenson
declared. ThiB, ho. said, was the 'peo-
pie's council of America for peace."
David Starr Jordan,, former president
of Leland Stanford University, is its
treasurer, he said. Ofliers interested,
according to the witness, are Scott
Nearing. Max Eastman, Morris Hilquitt
and Eugene V. Debs, who was recently
A sworn affidavit of I. N. Stevens,
former owner of ' the Pueblo, Colo ,
Chicftian, denying charges made re
cently by Austin J. Smith, formerly em
ployed on the paper, was read into the
RUB RHEUMATIC PAIN
RIGHT OUT. TRY IT!
Don't Suffer! Instantly Relieve
Aching Muscles. Nerves
And Joints With SUa
What's rheumatism t Pain only I
Stop drugging! Not one case in fifty
requires .internal' treatment. Rub the
misery right away! Apply soothing,
penetrating " St. Jacobs; Liniment " di'
rectly upon tie "tender spot" and re
lief comes instantly. ."St. Jacobs Lini
ment" is a harmless rheumatism and
sciatica relief which never disappoints
and can not burn or discolor' th skin.
Limber up! Get a small trial bottle
from your druggist, and in just a mo
ment you'll be free from rhoumatic
and sciatica pain, soreness, stiffness
and swelling. Don't Buffer! "St. Ja
cobs Liniment" has relieved millions
of rheumatism sufferers in the last !
half century, and is just as good for
sciatica, neuralgia, lumbago, backache,
- 1 ''
CANADA TO BUILD EXTENSIVELY.
Winnipeg; Man.Jan . 22.-Hon. Arth
ur Meighan, ministBf of th elnterior, to
day announced that the Dominion of
Canada will spend $80,000,000 on recon
struction; $60,000,000 on new railroads
and $20,000,000 on public works during
Washington, Jan. 22. Release of 113
conscientious objectors ' how held at
Fort Leavenworth, Kan., was ordered
today by Secretary of War Baker.
From 60,000 to 70,000 Gerninn helmets
are being loaded on freight cars at
Coblens for shipment- to the United
States to be used as, prizes in con
nection with the next loan campaign.
name, died suddenly at his home in the
cast part of town Tuesday morning
from heart trouble, from which he had
been a sufferer. Ho had just arisen from
bed and was getting ready to start a
fire when he was tuken. He cam to
this country from Missouri a number
of years ago, in fact before there was
a town here, and has made this place
his home sinco. He had worked most of
his lifo on tho river, running logs an3
of late years having charge of ono of
tho river duns. Ho, 'was about 75
years of age, snd is -siirvived by his
widow, two sons and nvo daughters,
one of whom is a nurse in France. A
daughter, Mrs. Buifington was buried
here a few weeks ago, and sinco hor
death it has l'een noticed that Mr
Stayton was failing fast It if at pre
sent expected that tho tuneral will be
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thomas, both of
whem were very ill with pneumonia
are at present doing nicely. Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Thomas, his parents, who
have been here from skilcm on account
of their illness, returned home Tuesday
James Walker, of West Stajton, died
at his home Tuesday morping, aged HI
years; He has been in pour health for
some time. Tho funeral will be held
Wednesday. Ho was the father of Mrs.
ueorge Kecch, of this place.
Miss June Kearns is here from Salem
for a viit with homo folks.
Sine the enforcement of the quar
antine, there have been few new eases
of influenza reported onfsiie of fam
ilies where the disease is already estab
O- B. Trask arrived in town Monday
from Pendleton, called by the illness
of his wife and little daughter whu
Amo:i;( the Stayton b(.ys returning
from ov;r seas is Paul Piotrok who ar
rived in town Monday fnr n vuit with
his mother and other rolatire.1. Later
he expects to leave for Kan Francisco.
Not loig ago he was listed on tha cas
ualty list as wounded, hiving ln.t part
of an arm.
Monday morning local phvslcinnw op
erated on E. D. Crabtree for tho re
moval of pns from one lung. The oper
ation was successfully passed through,
and he is reported doing well.
The rains the past few days have
raised the river considerably but not
snfficient yet to prevent crossing to
the Linn county side.
FRANZ BOPP, GERMAN ENVOY
At San Francisco was fined and sen
tenced to two years imprisonment for
violating neutrality, two years ago
today, January 22, 1917.
Find another consptrator.
Upper left corner down in voat.
CANCEL STOCK IMPORTING.
Washington, Jan. 22, All permits for
importation of cattle, sheep and swine
from England today cancelled by the
bureau of animal industry to guard
8-gainst the dreaded foot and mouth dis
ease, which has broken out thore.
.Newport News, va., Jan. 22, Two
casual companies and a large number
of side and wounded troops left -ere
toaay. (Jompanio, 412 and 413, a total
of 296 men, left for Canvo Meade.
whore they are due to arrive tonight
or eariy Tomorrow morning;
ROCHAMBEATJ TO CONTINUE.
Halifax, TT. S., Jan. 22. -The French
uner Rocjiamboa.n, carrying American
troops home, will sail this evening for
New York. It has boeiv delayed here
whilo coaling, mechanical troublo hav.
ing caused it to ru short of fuel.
A sulden and violent epidemic of
smallpox has broken out at Dresden.
Kiev is in the hands of Bolshevist
forces who have overturned thr Uk-
The food situation in Vienna has
i reached a sevore crisis and broad ra-J
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i UUVO UUUU U1UOIQU UCUl UUBUU U1U'
The Siberian army is nearing a .luna
tion with the forces of the Archangel
government in the Arctic Pichora dis
trict. Lieutenant Harold J. Warner, son of
Mr. find Mrs. T. C. Warner of Portland
who has spent two years in army ser
vice, has returned and will roeumo the
praclico of law in Pendleton.
Wheat, soft white 1.142
Whoat, lower grades on sample
Oatj .. 80c
Hay, cheat -......- . 2425
Hay, oats 2S
Barloy, ton $4850
Mill run -. $47(a48
B itterfat - 69c
Creamery bntter 68o
Pork, Veu and Mutton'
Pork, on foot .. 16e
Veal, fancy 20c
.Spring limbs .. 12c
Lambs, yearlings - 89c
Best and Poultry
Eggs, cash 47c
Hens, life 2325c
Old roosters - 15
Sweet potatoes $4.25
Potatoes - 1.5"'
Onions, local $1.05
Oabbago - 33c
Head lettuce - .. 40
Beets - 2
Pa -snips 3
Cauliflower . $3.25
Lemons, box , $56
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA8 JIEET AT
McCornnck bl oa every Tnisdaj
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C, P. J. Saab
R. A 8.
SOYA! NEIGHBORS OF AMEBICi
'Oregon Grspe Camp" No. 1380
meets every Thursday evening is
Derby building, Court and High St
Mrs. Pearl Conrsoy, 214 Court St
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
or 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
ODEBN WOODMEN OF AMEBIC
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6244 meet
every 3rd and 4 th Thur. eve, 8 o 'cloak
in Derby building, corner Court ani
High streets. B. 7. Day, V. C; F.
UNITED ABTISANS Capital Assen.
bly No. 84 meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in Masonic Temple. Norma L.
T. rwilliger, M. A.; C. A. Vibbert,
secretary, 340 Owens street.
' ' " ..' .3
Florida grape fruit, case
Blaek figs lb.
White figs, lb.
Package figs- per bx 50 pkg 4ig.6.90
Honey, extracted - Sue
. Retail Frlcea
Creamery tmtter Zf T5c
Flour, hard wheat ., o3.H
Country butter 4 6570
r.ggs, dcxen . . -sac
Portland", Or., Jan. 22.Butter, eity
Eggs, selected local ex. 5357
Cheese, triplets 3940o
DAILY UVB STOCK MASSE
Tone of market steady
Best steers 1 1.75 13.25
Good to choice steers $16.23(0)11.25
Medium to good ateers 8.759.25
Fair to good stoer $7.75H 75
Common to fair steers $d.757.75
Choice cow and heifera $9.25(a10.25
Good to choice cows and heifers
Quick Reference To Firms
Where Buyer And Seller MeetWe
, Recommend Our Advertisers., ,
Salem Electric Co., Masonio Temple,
DBS. B, E. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
serve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy; Kirk
Tille, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Lot
Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phono 85. Residence,
1620 Court. Phone 2-15. Dr. White
Res. Phone 469.
STOP SHAKING YOUR SHOULDERS
Learn to Dance Correctl
THEODORE and LILLIAN NEWMAfc
Exhibition Dancers and Instructors
Modern and Classio Daneing.
Hotel Marion, Salem, Oregon
DB. F. L. TJTTEB, DENT H.T( BOOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce Dunaing,
ULEM WATEB COMPANY Office
. eorner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
mm TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FOBD
Over Ladd ft Bush bank; Salem Oregon
fEDERAL FARM LOANS 5 por
sent 34 years time. A. C. Bohruatedt,
401- Masonio Tomplo, 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
9TOVE8 REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 20 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, ete
Loganberry and hop hooka.
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
.50 Court street. Phone 124.
2ND HAND GOODS.
We Buy, Sell And Exchange
All 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 & Zed Hand
271 N. Commercial Phone 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. Bight
prices. 247 North Commercial St.
Just opened in connec
tion with tho
- 1000 8. Com'l. St.
WANTED People of Salom to know
that we pay highest priee for mens
second hand clothing, shoes, etc. The
' "Capital Exchange, 337 Court St.
Phone 493. tf
JOURNAL WANT ADSPAYl
Medium to good cowg and heifera
Fair to medium cows and heifer
$5.75(5 6.73 ..
Bulls 6(a9 -"Calves"
Stockers and feeders $6.30(23.50
-Receipts 375 (
Tone of market steady
. Prima mixed $16.75(al7
Medium mixed $1616.30 - :
Rough heavies $li.75(aW
Bulk. $16.754X1S '
Tone of market steady
Prime lambs $13.75(5)14.25
Fair to medium lambs $1213
' Yearlings $10fujll.5ft .
' Wether 9lb ,
- Ei", $(S'8
Farcer's Produce Company
Cask for your produce today:
19c for top veal.
19Vje for top hogs.
27c for heavy over 4" lb. tens.
25e for light under 4 lb. hens.,
160 Hil St.. PBont lt
That Give Service On Short
f ' . Tdlephoua
127 North High Main 1209
(BABY CHICKS FOB jSALB-WhiU
Leghorns $10 per 100. amm Minor
ca $20 per 100. Starting with Feb,
15fh delivery. $5 deposit with order,
balance payaibl week, in advance
of delivery! : Order now- and awoi
disappointment.. C. N. Noedham,. iV
O. box 412, Salem, tf
PEOPLES BEPA1B SHOP- Clock
furnitttrof umbrellas and shoe repair
ing. Saws filed, shear and knifa
grinding, etc. Satisfaction guarantee
261 Court street. B. Wooley. 2-14
WE HAVE A NO. 1
SECOND HAND PIANO
FOB SALE CHEAP
E. U STIFF & SON
440 COURT ST., SALEM
600 acre stock and grain raneh,
stock, all equipment, grt'.in, feetl
2 miles from town, will sell at
a sacrifice price, easy tonus.
380 acres finest Waldo Hill
ranch, income last year $10,000;
will sell very reasonable.
- 147 acres, all tillabley, 140 culti
vated, running water, 7 milo9 from
70 acres, 40 cultivated, running
water, joining town, pries $1015,
will carry back $3000.
For 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 email ranch near" Salem and,
soma cash as first payment, price
341 State St .
FOR SALE A good house, well locat
ed, 9 room bouse with two fin lota,
near ear line, two block to pavci
, street, on graveled street, garaga
and plenty of fruit. Price $2000, $50
cash, balanoo $15 per month. Call at
1297 N. 18th St. or see Square Deal
Realty Company. t
FRUITLAND Nursery, Salem. Route
box 138R, phone 111F21. We havo tha
Roman strain grtfed Franquct wal
nuts as well as a full lin of all oth
er nursery stock. 1-W
BRING YOUR TRADES
I can- matoh yon. C. W. Ulcmeyer, Boa!
iKstilo Agent, Canadian Lands, 644
FOB BOYAL TYPEWRITERS Writ
to Graham & Wells, Corvallis, Oregon
Agents for Marion county 1-28
SALEM SCAYENGEB Garbage
refuse of all kinds removed on montk
ly contracts at reasonable rates.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Of flee phone, Main 2247.
Besidenee, Main 2272.
The Journal JM Department
will print yo anything in the
stationery line do it right and
save yon real money..
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