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f Yi-S THIS, XJA&
KWHY IT -STANDS
Inll of f onor
"from Ouer 7Xere"
General Pershing's Official Reoort
Killed iu aotion 33
fried from wounds . 28
Died of airplane accident 1
Died of accident and other causes....l0
1'iea of disease 40"
sussing in action . 45
Today 'e casualty list contains the
following nar.es of Oregon men:
I E Matthisen, Seaside, wounded se
verely Francis Speake, Portland, wounded
Tano irlolloway. aioumouth, killed In
..Mtrlo 3 Gruber, Gresham, died of
Frank Delittle, Gestdn, wounded, re
ported missing .
KILLED IN ACTION
Lt Jena H Frosthdm, Worcester Mas
Sgt Geo Mitchell, New York
Corp Norman D Kalin, Bald Eagle
Corp Geo I McCormnck, Chicago
E.irl 1 Buckworth, Powersville Mo
Willie Duggins, Le'tchficld Ky
Henry Fairchilds, Brookhaven Miss
Julius Frazor, Graphite N Y
Geo E Enberts, Peoria 111
J110 G Graves, New Brunswick If 3
J J Gurke, Rohncby Minn
Martin Hdlingsworth, Sykcston N D
Irvin L Jones, Isabelle La
8 E Jones( iPayettevillo Ga
Clyde E Levy, Jackson Comers N Y
I' Manning, Dongola Hi
fctcve Mikula, S Bend Ind
TOLD SHE'D BETTER
HAKE OUT KER WILL
Take Tanlac And Now Feels
Like A New Perscn-Can
Do Her Own Housework.
The remarkable results being obtain
ed iby the use of Tnntae is further evi
denced in the case of Mrs. M. F. Cun
ningham of 3418 Humboldt street,
Denver, Colo., who in recently telling
the story of her recovery ifrom .a ser
ious complication of troubles said:
"Alittle over two years ago 1 be
g.m to have trouble with my stomach
nil I would get so tired and fagged
out I couldn't get through with my
little housework without having to stop
mid lio down five or six times during
the dsy. I couldn't touch meat nor
drink either tea or coffee, and was put
on a diet of the lightest kind, of food.
After eating I felt like there was a
turning fire right in my chest and 1
suffered agonies for hours. My food
soured in my stomach and formed gas
and my heart would palpitate like it
would jump out of my body. My blood
pressure went up to an alarming point
Bnd my heart acted so strangely I was
told I had better make out my will. 1
was so norvous I could hardly sleep
nd many a timo I lay awake all night
ljng suffering and worrying about my
rendition. I was getting so thin and
peaked my neighbors were all talking
about it and asking what in the world
was the matter with me.
"I had tried many other medicines
without getting any relief and after
Tanlae was put on sale in Denver and
everybody got to talking about it, I
decided to try it, too. I noticed a de
cided improvement soon after I start
ed on it and after my second bottle I
actually frit like a new person. I have
taken four bottles now and I can eat
uost anything I want. I have been re
lieved of (Rat burning sensation I
ad in my ehest, gas has stopped form
ing and the pressure hag been relieved
no my heart docs not palpitate like it
did. Mv nerves are quiet and my sleep
U delightfully refreshing. I a'" so much
(uet'ir and stronger I can now do my
housework without getting all tired out
and having to stop to rest and 1 am
mow convinced that all my suffering
was caused by my disordered stomach.
Tanlae has done me more good than
anything i have ever takea and my
relief is due to nothing else but this
Tanlae is sold in Hubbard By Hub
tiard Drug Co., ia Mt. Angel by Ben
trench, in Gervais ty John Keliy, in
Turner by H. P. Cornelius, in Wood
turn by Lyman H. Shorey, in Salem by
Ah-. S. C. Stone, in Silverton by Go. A.
Steelhammer, in Gates by Mrs. J. P.
;MoC'urdy, in Stayton by C. A. Besu
!i2mp,in Aurora ty Aurora Drug
-'ore, in fit. Paul by Groceteria Stores
u. Inc., and in Donald by M. W. john-SOn.
TfciNj iATOKE )I
Tb THCT j
THE TuFRN' Our
" P B Mokelke, Milwaukee
H L Moldstad, St Louis Park Minn
Jno H Nichols, Salisbury N D '
Gilbert Olson, Tracy Minn
E Pach, Nantiooke Pa
Michael Pedoni, Worcester Mags
Nick T Pegues Jr, Winona Minn
Jno R Eoundy, Marble Head Mass
Elmer A Schriinpf, Cincinnati
George G (Schutle, Dalton Mo
Joseph Smith, Robertson Wyo
. Wm Stock, Lisbon 0
Arthur R. Thayer, Chesnning Mich
v Frank Wolfe, E Asluland Wis
DIED FROM WOUNDS
Lt Maxwell M&Keon, Eastou Pa
Sgt R. R Ebner, Easton Pa
Sgt Samuol 0 Phillips, Allentou E 1
Jno W Hartley, New Albany Kan
Jos P McKinney, Brooklyn
Otto A Paulsen, Malcolm Ia
Cook F J Melvin, Philadelphia
Jas McDonald, Livingston 111
Herbert (B Roach, Jackson Tenn
Thomas L Robinson, Walcheim Mont
Thomas Selby, Blakesburg Ia
Abraham Shellenbarger, HingUam
Lee Slonn, flrundy Va
W R Thompson, Albia Ia
A T1 Anderson, Brooklyn
Harry O Beattie, Jamaica Vt
Olaf J Bodeen, Bcresford 8 D
Jno E Bonncker, Rcnsaellcr N Y
Geo 8 Debnam,. Columbia 81 C
F J Direcks, Lakctown Minn
V Frederick, Fargo N D
Baptist Giordano, Nesquchoni ivg Pa
Jas A Griffith, Guy Ark
Harry Gulliksen, Brooklyn
Lloyd 1 Harmon, Boaz Wis
J J Jett, (Fredericksburg W Va
Isadore Leibson, Now York
KILLED IN AIRPLANE ACCIDENT
Lt Elwood H Hooper, Girar Pa
DIED OF ACCIDENT AND OTHER
T M C A Secy John A Linn, Chicago
Sgt Eanle M Davis, Pittsburg
Wagoner iKobert 8 Parks, Knoxvllle
D II Cochran, Philadelphia
Joseph 8 Edwards, Philadelphia
Voet Danderlo, Old Forge Pa
Carl N Koler, Pittsburg "
Herbert H Kuhn, Warsaw Jnd
Jno T Morrow, Dtavertown 0
Willard 0 Watson, Beacon Tenn
DIED OF DISEASE
Capt Howard W Irwin, Winthrop Mas
Anzelm J Mayotte, Quinbaugh Conn
Jno G Mitchell, Milwaukee
II C Sawyer, Dundee ill
8gt Ivan H Hull, Ambridge Pa
gt David P Spengler, Easton Pa
Corp Charles E Hehn, San Antonio
Corp Cecil 8 Smith, Donnybrook N D
Corp Robert Wagner, Lafayette Ind
Mech Olaf Olson, 'Brooklyn
Wagoner Wallace Diggs, WintervUle
Cook Cleveland Lay, Jonesboro Ark
Cook J Waterhonse, Hamilton Ont
Monaco Angelo, Red Granite Wis
Loyd L Ausbon, Robersonville U( C
Benjamin O Bartholomew, Papel Ind
Frank J Conlin, Lockport N Y
8 Davies, Milwaukee Wis
Bernard Dull. I'erhain Minn
Robert H Dummvant, JCIkt m ienn
Mose Fabbs, Croekott Tex f
Pnkort K F.fnrd. Dnttian Ala I
G A Finch, Northvillo N Y
Mnck Garrett, Rosodalc Mo
Elmer E Goff, El Paso Tex
Louis J Gravell, I't Ripley Minn
Charlie J Hunter, Early Ga'
J R Hvland, Plymouth Cal
L H Keithley, Belair Md
G E Larson, Minneapolis Minn
Hewitt Lawrence, Darby Pa
.Steven MeXwlejr, Lancaster S C
Frank A Madden. Philadelphia
Francis J Mann, Randlett Okla
Will Parker, Earlc Ark
Ben.inmin Peterson, Hager City Wis
J H Poole, Cincinnati
8 J Pnrtr, Philadelphia
Wm M Ratcliff, Melbourne Ky
Joe m Rogers, Thornton Tex
Homer G Koland, Iowa City Ia
Oscar Rowland, Tennille Ga
Jowph E Ruane, Scranton Pa
James E Sturges, Weatherford Tex
Ovca K Turner, Oilton Okla
Died of disease, previously reported
died of wounds:
Pvt Lewis Battle, Battlcboro N C
Killed in action, previously reported
miss'ng in action
figt Walter Jehakowski. Milwaukee
Corp Henrv W Inncs, Castlewood Va
Corp Robert V Xally, Reading Pa
Camiel Bovyn, Marshall Minn
Felton Childers, Hodges Ala
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON.
RUB NEURALGIA PAIN
AWAY! QUICK RELIEF
Cl cfr m 1 it 1
oiup ouuermg mo neoraim
Pain From Face. Head Or
Body m "St Jacobs
Get a small trial ibottlet
Rub this sootliing, penetrating lini
ment rht iito itho lore, inflamed
nerves, and like magics neuralgia dis
appears. w St. Jacobs Liniment" con
quers pain. It is a harmless neuralgia
relief which doesn't burn or discolor
Don 't suffer! It 's so needless. Get
a small trial bottle from any drug
store and gently rub the "aching
norves' ' and in just - a moment you
will be absolutely ifree from pain, ache
and suffering, hut what will please
you moro is, that the misory will, not
No difference whether your pain or
neuralgia misery is in the face, hoad
or any part of the body, you get in
stant reliof and without injury.
Wm Frey, Mendota 111
Edw J Geis, Covington Ky
Frank F Gcodc, Gorse Tex
August M Hauser, Kenneth Wis
Frank Hoffer, Athens Wis
P King, iBoston
Frank Korjki, Chicago
James A Moon, Albino Va
. LH Morgan, Danville Ark
iDan Rusch, Galesburg 111
B Setlow, New York
Ralph Withcy, Bloomsburg Pa
Died from wounds, .previously reported
missing in action:
Tvt Jacob S Holdman, Milwaukee .
Died of disease, previously reported
missing in action:
Pvt Guy Howell, Chapel Hill Tenn
Died, previously reported missing In
Lt Julius Gregory, Olncy 111
Jno D Black, San Francisco
Chas L Kaurin, Brooklyn
Leland R Meuter, Grand Rapids Mich
MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES
Killed iu action 3
Died of wounds 7
Died' of disease 3
Wounded, degree undetermined ........ i
Wounded slightly .. 1
Missing in action 4
DIED FROM WOUNDS
Corp Robert E Austin, Bogota Tenn
M A Dentile, Lulu Mich
C F Duncan, Birmingham Ala
Russell Q Lyon, Newark N J
Jno E McElhcnny, Baltimore
Frank D O'Hara, Ann Arbor Mich
S R Walker, Alexandria Tenn
EXED OF DISEASE
Corp Lawrence J Diphold, N Bergen
Pvt Patsy Famea, Dcnmoot W Va
Pvt Benjamin V Wheeles, Pinkneys-
Killed in action, previously reported
missing in action:
Edward J Lindbaild, SixprOng Wash
Stanley Racinowski, Buffalo N Y
Leroy W 'Lumaree, Waibasli Ind
Marion, Or., Jan. 24. (Capital Jour
nal Special Service.) Still the rain
continues and the lowlands around Mar
ion are fluoded with water. The houses
of a few families in "the- bottom" are
surrounded but no serious damage is
Mrs. Alfred Hunt of Mill City is vis
iting heT sister Miss Saphrania Farnum
and their mother.
Mrs. J. A. Colgan iB suffering from
an attetk of tonsilitis.
Guy Hammett underwent an opera
tion for appendicitis at the Salem hos
pital last week. His conditions is re
ported as satisfactory.
Rev. A. W. McFstland and wife were
in Portland Monday and Tuesday of
this week attending a ministerial con
ference of their church.
Mrs. B. F. Ensley is recovering from
the flu andhopes to be out before long.
Mr. Lee Smith spent the week-end in
Portland where he went to help take
eare of his brother who was down with
tho Spanish influenza.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Winn expect to
return to Redding soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Dimick, who
have been visiting the later 's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haack, have re
turned to their home in Columbia City.
Kermit Russell is working at the
The two Lathrop families and the
Williams family of Pleasant Grove arc
confined to their homes with the flu.
Mr. S. J. Thomas was a Salem visitor
We hoar that Mr. Leo Docrfler
caught a skunk and is now trying to
Mrs. Charles Mote is having a very
painful touch of the pleurisy.
Mr. Enos Presnall has been unloading
a cgt of hay which he received last
Mr. J. Trcster ia spending this week
Mr. Ted Fleskas is very sick in the
St. Joseph hospital in Vancouver.
Private B. M. Pepper, of Scio, was a
recent visitor at the Haack homo.
The Friends C. E. society is plan
ning lor a Valentino party.
Miss Luolla DcLapp and Robert Mil
ler, her nephow from' Jefforeou, are
visitors at the J. A. Colgan homo.
Corwin and Mary Shepherd spent
Sunday with Harold and Doris Smith.
Floyd Brower is visiting friends in
Mrs. I'. Torhuwi is again able to be
Alver0 Neal and Raymond Colgan are
working at the Couch mill.
JMr. H. E. Russell is back from a short
vi.it with his brother at Noti.
Mr. John Palmer was unnble to eome
to ehurch Sunday on account of the
Miss Helen Browor spent the week
end at her unclo's, Mr. Irio Alsman and
family of North Bantinm.
.Mrs. Davidson has been ill for 6
The Marion school is going to nave a
small program Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Presnall went to Se-
lcm Tuesday to tako their little grand
The total production of gold in the
United State in 1918 was 8.493.500.
and silvor $67,879,206.
SAGE TEA BEAUTIFIES
AND DARKENS HAIR
Don't Stay Gray! Sage Tea And
Smnhiir Darkens Hair So
Naturally That Nobody
You can turn gray, faded hair beau
tifully dark and Hi strong almost over
nistkt if you 11 eet a bottle of "Wy
eth'sSago and Sulphur Compound" at
any drug store. Millions of bottles of
this old famous Sage Tea Recipe, im
proved by the addition of other ingre
dients, are sold annually, says a well
known druggist here, because it dark
ens the hair so naturally and evenly
tiiat no one can tell jt has been ap
plied. Those whose hair is turning grav or
becoming faded have a surprise await
ing them, because after ono or two
applications the gray hair vanishes and
your lockg become luxuriantly dark and
This is the acre of vouth. Grav-
haired, unattractive folks aren't want
ed around, so get busy with Wycth's.
8a?e and Sulphur Compound tonight
and you 11 be delighted with your dark
Handsome hair and your youthful ap
pearance within a few days.
Wheat, soft whita U
Whoat, lower grades on samnln
Hay, cheat ,
Creamery butter 59c
Fork, Val and Mutton
Pork, on foot I6e
Veal, fancy .. . 20c
Notice is hereby given that I have
impounded the following described
dogs in compliance with ordinance No.
One male Shepherd dog, weight
aboot 40 lbs. One male Pointer bird
dog, yellow ears, weight SO lbs. One
black male dog, smooth hair, weight
40 lbs. One black dog, white breast,
weight 40 lbs. One male Setter bird
dog, white and black spots, weight 38
lbs. One male Setter bird dog, Ted and
white color, weight 45 lbs. One male
white mongrel dog, wcignt 30 lbs. One
female fcird Setter, black and white,
weight 40 lbs. One male Collie dog,
white on neck, weight 45 lbs. One male
For Terrier, white with y;llow head,
weight 20 lbs. One male Fox Terrier,
white and black spots, weight 24 lbs.
The above described dogs will be
killed if not redeemed by owners on
or before January 25, 1919, as provid
ed in said ordinance.
W. S. LOW.
1-25 Street Commissioner.
' 'jrSv:PM'n urn II
FRIDAY, JANUARY 24,
TWELVE GERMAN AIRPLANES
Were brought down In France, two
years ago today, January 24, 1917.
Find a flier.
Left side down in rnnoke.
Spring limbs "".'ZT
Ewea. . , ZZ1"
Lambs, yearlings ...........
ggs and Poultry
Hons, life ........
Old roosters . ..."Z."
fatoe 1" $L50
Onions, local i r.
Head lettuce $4 40
oet. -III 2c
Parsnips ........ -8
Lemons, box 58
f ionua grape iruit, case i(ff)7.25
Black figs lb , I0(i)18c
White figs, lb 19f)20c
Package figs per tit 60 pkg $i(w6M
Honey, extracted ...... 20e
Creamery butter ;. flue
Flour, hard wheal asSia 01
Country butter .' 6570e
Eggs, dozon 65e
Portland, Or.. Jan. 24. iButter. civ
Kggs, selected local ex. 357c
Cheese, triplets 8940e
DAILY LIVE STOCK MARKET
Tone of market glow
Best stcors 12(ad3.25
Good to lnice steers 10.2.rrill.25
Medium to good steers 8.75(;9.25
Fair to good steers 7.75ffi8.75 '
Common to fair stce.rg $ti.75f7.75
Choice cows and heifers $9.25(iil0.25
Good to choice cows mid hif-ra
Medium to eood cow. and heifWi
Fair to medium cows and heifers
Stockers and feeders 6.508.50
Tone of market slow
Prime mixed lB.75fajl7
Medium mixed 18n)16.50
Rough heavies tl4.75(al0
Tone of market slow
Prime lambs 13.75(5)14.25
Fair to medium lambs 1213
Farmer's Produce Company
Ch for your produce today: ,
19c for top veal.
18e for top hogs.
27c for heavy over 4 lb. rens.
25e for light under 4 lb. hens.
160 S. High St. Phone 10
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Journal W ant - Act
Quick Reference To Firms That Give Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple,
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND R, W. WAL
TON Osteopathia physicians and
aerve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk
villa, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized la nervous diseases at Lot
Angeles College, Offices 505-50S Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85w. Residence,
1020 Court Phone 2Z1S, Dr. White
Res. Phone 469.
STOP SHAKING YOUR SHOULDER6
Learn to Danco Correctly
THEODORE and LILLIAN NEWMAS
Exhibition Dancers and Instructors
Modern and Classic Dancing
Hotel Marion, Salem, Oregon
DR. F. L. UTTER, DEIST ILT, ROOMS
113-414 Bank of Commeroe building.
14LEM WATER COMPANY Office
eorner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly In advance.
J 1 pi u 1 11 i gggggr
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
0e Ladd te Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 6 por
eent 84 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Temple, Salem, Oregon
MONEY to loan on good real estate.
C'i percent government money to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. Smith, Salem Bank of Com
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
60 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to 68 in high '
Paints, oil and varnish, eta
Loganberry and hop hooka.
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
250 Court street. Phone 12.
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 ensh.
Peoples' New & 2nd Hand
271 N. Commercial Phone 734
J. A. Rowland Furnitur. Store
Buys, sells and exchanges new and
2nd hand furniture. All kinds of
repair work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty. Right
prices. 247 North Commercial St.
t PAINT SHOP
Just opened in connec
tion with tho
1000 H. Com'l. St.
WANTED People of Salem to know
that we pay Highest pnee for mens
second hand clothing, shoes, etc. The
Capital Exchange, 337 Court St.
Phone 493. tf
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
127 North High
ABY CHICKS iX)R SALE Whita
Leghorns $18 per 100. Black Minor
cas $20 per 100. Starting with Feb.
15Mi delivery. $5 deposit with ordeij
balance payable week in advanc
of delivery. Order now and aoi
disappointment, C. N, Noodham,
O. box 412, Salom. tf
PEOPLES REPAIR SHOP Clocks,
furniture, umbrellas nd shoe repair
ing. Saws filed, shear and knif
frindiug, etc. Satisfaction guarantee
61 Court street. R. Woolcy. 21
600 acre stock and grain ranch,
stock, all equipment, grain, feed,
214 miles from town, will sell at
a sacrifice prlco, easy terms.
880 acres finest Waldo Hill
ranch, income last year $10,000;
will sell very reasonable.
147 acres, all tillable, 140 culti
vated, running water, T milos from
70 acres, 40 cultivated, running
wator, joining town, pries 4815,
will carry back $3000.
For Exchange: 10 acres apple
and peach orchard, 7 miles from
Halcm, 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 Taneh near Salem and
gome cash as first payment, price
341 State St
FOR SALE A good house, well locat
ed. 0 room house with two fine lots,
near car line, two blocks to pavet
street, on graveled street, garaga
and plenty of fruit. Price $2000, $5u
cash, balance $15 per month. Call at
' 1297 ,N. 18th St. or see Square Deat
Realty Company. tf
FRTJITLAND Nursery, Salem, Ronta
box 138E, phone 111F21. We hava tha
Roman strain grtfed Franquet wal
nuts aa well as a full line of all oth
er nursory stock. 1-1S
BRING YOUR TRADES
I can match you. C. W. Rlcmeyer, Seal
Krrtilo Agent, Canadian Lands, 544
FOR ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Writs?
to Graham ft Wells, Corvallis, Orege
Agents for Marion county 1-21
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage surf
refuse of all kinds removed on month
Iv contracts at reasonable rates.
Cess pools eleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main 2247.
Residence, Main 272.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET At
McCornack hall oa every Taadaf
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. I. J. KontM
K. R. A 8.
EOYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1309.
meets every Thursday evening ia
Derby building, Court and High 8t
Mrs. Pearl Conrsoy, 214 Court Bt
oracle; Mr. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 X. 4th St. Phone 1438M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. S24S meets
every 3rd and 4th Thur. 8 o'eloak
ia Derby building, eorner Court ant
nigh streets. B. F. Day, V. C; 7. 4
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assets'
bly No. 84 meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in Masonic Temple. Norma I
Terwilliger, M. A.; C. A. Vibbert,
secretary, 340 Owens street.
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