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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1919.
'to.SJ: 1 S?S
loll of J own .jjl
From Over There"
General Pershing's Official Report.
Killed in in action 12
Died from wounds 7
Died of accident and other causes.... 7
Died of disease 49
.Wounded severely 34
Total . ., 109
Today' g casualty list contains the
following names of Oregon men:
Theo 0 Peerenboom, Gaston, wound
ed severely .
Rudolph K Krausse, Portland, wound
Vaughn H Wells Hillsboro wounded
Frank E Shelton Freewater wound
KILLED IN ACTION'
Lt .las L Belk. Camden S C
. Lt Frank R Kirk, Ingram Pa
Chas Jakes, Olivia Minn t
''Hnroll W Jones, Export P(if"-"::;"'
, Emmett Nichols, Bay wood Va .
-' Jno R Pearson, Cape Girardeau Mo "
Jos W Perks, Charleston W Va
Prank M Ecdding, Cleveland 0
irtio Riordan, New York
Henry C RosoiTuorg;' Adrian Mich
Waverly Smith, Bristow In d ,
WED OF WOUNDS
8gt Chas W Phillips, Youngstown 0
Corp P B Moonevham, Spartanburg
Corp C A Sutton, Cnwker City Kan
Jno Madison, McLcanaboro Til
Howard B Miller, Hyndinan Pa
iacob E Sanders, Orosi Chi
Chas E Scliribncr, Omaha Neb
DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND
Pgt Alfred C Banian, St Paul Minn
Corp Geo W Fitzpatrick, Harrisburg
Rorsoshoer Wm A Gable, Phila
A E Carmichacl, Mienectady N. Y
Frank Deangelo, Superior Neb
Jno W Jones, Plumorville Ark
Alex Rosenborg, New York
DIED OF DISEASE
Maj Ecxford M Glaspey, Harrisburg
Lt'Harry Monercao, Waynesboro Va
'-. r . Sergeants
Eavniond Moore, Naugatuck Conn
Almo E O'Kell, El Psiso Tex
Frank P Frandsen, South Eiver N J
James P O'Neil, Scranton Pa
James M Smith, Pnrkersburg Pa
Chauffeur Edgar W Gicsccke,. N V
Cook Frank Hitchcock, Cairo N Y
Civilian Phillip E Andoitt, France
Adam Link, Pittsburg Pa .
Louis McConnclll Toun Bivct N J
Jesse McMannis, Ilninden O
Wm 0 Metz, Chicago
"Horn of Ploniir
v j b are sure to remain, price oi ianu is mum uciuw iui vuuc
Lf I , .n.hla o wleMlnor 9rt n AS hush.
f or pwtlmlaM
jiini;."v Many farms paid for from c single year crop. Raising
Ji'f V?Sm i0 '-.i cattle, sheep and hotrsbriiiBJeqoalaucces. T tie Government
ViZitN. 'SV encourages farminn and Mock niainff. Railway and
srj,'S . I.ml Cr-: nUtr munual inciuceaienta to Home Seek-
HereVa dish that Snow Flakes i
are particularly adapted to. Spread
grated cheese on each Snow Flake
Soda, toast in a quick oven. The f
result k an appetizing, latisfyingf
lunch,' You should try this, f
Don't ask for crackers,ay Snowj
Your grocer can "supply you.
Charley Minney, Milbury Mass
A M Munson, Chippewa Falls Mich
T E Nabors, Ladouia Tex
W J Odum, Odum Ga
Arthur E Eerkhis, Salem Mass '
Jos Phillips, Dickson City Pa
Fwnk Snudman, Akron O.
Fred J 'Schultz, W Norwood N J
Phillips Schcffield, Norum Fla
Wm E Sims, Eudora Ark -
Conrad Anderson, Viborg S D
Wm D Arrant, Darlington Fla
Dclphino Bonasorte, Eocihestor N Y
Chas E Boyle, Cambridge Mass
Tresley Brecken, IVanklin Ky
. Chas M Brown, Murfreesboro Tcnn
Ernest J Duller, Des Moines la
? J Glaus, Louisville 0
A B Curtis, Charlestown III
George Davis, Haynesvillo Ala
'. C W Davison, Boswell N M
(.'has F Devo, Medina Mich
Fred D Felix, Pnasiao N J:t
W G Ganier,it San Antonio Tex
' w'alter Orpeii,fMai?oit'Pa " - f
Win Harrell, perkeston Alias
Jno Hebo, St Claiir Pa
' A Heck, Brooklyn N Y :
Aug Hegel, Eidgewood NY
Harold C Herison, Seneca Mo
Floyd Holton, Decatur 111
Jno Huaby, Minneapolis Minn
Arthur J Ivy, Leiiioiisrping N C
.O A Joyce, Newark N J
Jim King, ArrUigton Tenn
Died from wounds, previously reported
died of disease: - .
H Allen, Gulumbcia FallsiMo
Killed In action, previously reported
missing in action:
. Harry Coppenstcin, Rock Island 111
Win A iFieklin, Duplissis La
Frank E Mathews, Zancsvillrt 0
Hugo Eisin, Batesvillo Ind
Jno Pulcinno, Altoona Pa
Geo W Heiehart, Yakima. Wn
Thirty boys in uniform, nailing from
the -Hill Military academy irf Portland,
arrived in the city this morning and
have boon makiing a tour of "the prin
cipal buildings and visitinjr the legis
la ro in company with their principnl,
J. A. Hill.
To secure funds to entertain return
ing soldiers, it has been decHded to put
on a tag day next Saturday. Mrs.
Frank W. Durbin and Mrs. John Maur
er will have charge ef the wurkers for
the day. While a drfinite ilarc cannot
be annonncciV as yet for the returning
boys who went irom this part of the
sliaite, yet 1'liose in charge of the en-
ImM&tAZ rgmhashripedtofeed H
high prices for Grain, Cattle and Sheep
wheat to tt; oer can bo had on
nna a fivun ElS to 7ia Bar
good grazing land at much leas.
en. Parma may he sMtped by loans at mudcriiM interest.
Western Canada offers low taxation, good market and ship-
moir, free schools, churches and neaitntui climate.
af to wtapgd railway rat. hicatinn of taia Bto-
L. rerta, Cor. 1st and rim its, tpeUM, na.
Br. Frederick Coan To Tal
0a Syrian Question Sunday
There will be a mass meeting at the
Salem armory Sunday evening at 8
o'clock, according .to plans agreed upon
today, when Dr. Frederick G. Coan, one
of the most stirring and interesting
latfojrm orators of the day will discuss
the Armeaiaa and Syrian questions
that are uppermost in the wiuds and
hearts oi the enlightened nations of tho
' Dr. Coan is an Armenian by extrac
tion but he is also a graduate of Prince
ton University and has been engaged
under the American flag in relief work
among the Armenian peoples for many
years. He love his adopted country
with all the fervor and enthusiasm of
native of a country which has been
subdued under the iron foot of Turk
ish cruelty and oppression for centur
ies but whose people have yet glimp
sed the might and power of tho great
liberty-loving United States,, an ideal
toward which they have set their face
Dr. Coan possesses all of the attain
ments of an orator and his eloquent sen
tences on American institutions and
the actions of the people of our coun
try in their realtion to tho world prob
lems now pending, will not fail to
instruct and please his audience. He
spoke at Eu;;ene last year to a crowd
ed armory and his address was pro
nounced the best war address then had
in the University City. The pastors of
tho city will probably havo no. evening
services next Sunday evening but all
join in the mass meeting at the ar
mory. Special music will be provided.
Why Spend So Much '
Money on Shoes?
' Here is what Tracy fcJunson of
Joplm, Missouri, says, of Neolia
Soles: "Judging from my own ex
perience, they wear four times totigep
than other soles anfj hav the addi
tional advantage, qi Jbeing; waterproof
Why continue to vear txtravagant
old-fashioned soiea when you caa get
these money-saving, tong-weaxuig sofca
on new shoes ia any style you like
for any member oi the family? Good!
shoe stores everywhere carry theo.
And don'tt threw away you fcl
shoes. Have then bottomed; vith
Neolin Soles and: enjoy. th comfort
of a re-soied shoe whicb not stiffl
or clumsy. Neolia Soles are a dis
covery of Science, and aro made by
The Goodyeair Tire & Rubber Co.,,
Akron, Ohio.' who also make Wingfoot
Heels guaranteed eutwear 3&
tertainment have thought best to f ut
on a tag day Saturday just to &a,Y
funds ready and this part of the work
taken care, "pf, As the leglaltttHJe will,
probably Ibe in sessioa Saturday morn
ing, it is more than probable that the
law makers as well an tkooe who. at
tend will be given au. opportunity to
wear a tag at the rate of la eeat pet
County Judge H. O. Ieven and)
County Commissioner E. L. Hass of
Harney county are in tho city today,
coming .before the legislature in pro
test, in the name of all Harney oun
ty, against house bill 370, giving ,he
federal government complete jurisdic
tion over the entire Harney. Lake iba.8
in. Tliuao gentlemen come armed with
involutions of protest from frho coun
ty grange, the Burns Commercial club,
the stuck raisers association, and the
I Water Users association, all of which
emphasize the claim that tho federal
izing of the Harney Lako basin-, to
gethoti with all tfce streams that feed
it, means ia death blow to all irriga
tion interests in that section. They
State that there are from 50,000 to
100,000 acres of tillable land involved
and tlhat tho people of that section are
up in arms over the movement, which
they characterize as a case of senti
ment versus business. Heavy opposition
is .being made to the draining of the
lake by many schools and societies of
the state, on the ground that it would
destroy one of tho greatest bird re
sorts da tho northwest. On being re
minded that the charge had been cir
culated that the draining of tho lake
was a speculators' project, the repre
sentatives sta'ted emphatically that
they ihad no interest whatever in any
promotion scheme, but were working
in the interests of the farming clement
of .Harney county.
80 YEARS OLD-
TO INTERNE BATHS
Sir. D. Ncwcomb, 701 N. 4th Ave.
Atchison, Kan., writes Tyrrell's Hy
gienic Institute of New York, as fol
lows: "My next birthday is July 13Wi
80 years old. Have used Tyrrell' 'J.
h. L. Cascade' for more than 20 years.
Best and only remedy that bringa re
lief without the use of drugs. My ex
pcrienee proved that it always reliev
es. No danger from it. My ailments
were principally Uric Acid, Billioui
ness, CVl'iveness, etc."
This eis by no means an exceptional
letter for Tyrrell's Hygienic Institute
to rcive, as there are now over half
a million Americans using Dr. Tyrrclls
J. Ji, u cascade" with tike results,
i By the scientific nsc of Nature's
cleanser warm water it eliminate
all poisonous waste from tho lower in
testine and gives Nature a chance to
You will be astonished at the differ
ence in your feelings the morning af
ter an internal bath.
The "J. B. L. Casdade" wiU be
shown and explained to you by Daniel
J. Fry, wholesale druggist and mfg.
pharmacist, Balem, Oregon, who will
alsa give yoa free on request an in
teresting booklet by Dr. Chas, A. Tyr
rell, "Why Man of Today is Only 50
per cent Efficient."
Get this booklet and know just why
Internal Bathing i so effective in
the promotioa of better health.
KEEP THINGS GOING
Many people think that because they
paid attention o- details and "Got
things going" last year they don't
need to bother so much this season.
This is a big mistake. The real results
this year were caused by your atten
tion to details las: year. For instance
in the "-Early imtehing" program
and next year wilsl depend on this
ycr so we would advise once more
"Hatch early." Those baby chicks,
too, must be looked after. Ask your
county agent or home demonstration
agent for circular on "First care of
U. L. UPSON,
Extension Poultry Husbandman.
The capital stock of the Horticulture-!
union at iaknua has been increased
from 40,000 t0 $150,000. A dividend
of 12 per cent was declared oa last
J. P. and Dennis O'Callnghnn have
purchased the 7t0 acre holdings of W
N. Wilson, near Benef, together with
2300 hend of sheep Tho consideration
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice U hereby given, that, tiho un
dersigned has been duly appointed ex
ecutrix of tho estate of Charles Harold
Edmundeon, deceased, by the county
court or Marion county, state of Ore
gon, and has qualified as such execu
trix All persons having claims against
the said estate aro hereby notified to
present samo, duly verified, together
warn tJio proper vouchers therefor, to
the undersigned! at the ffie oi p. J.
KunU. Bant ei Commerce btuldinz.
Salem, Oregon, ia said' county 'ot Ma
lion within six nouthi front the date
f this notice.
Date oS first publication, this 13th
day oif February, 1919,
AidiUK EisTHBS ED'M C'NDSON,,
Executrix ef the estate oi Charles
1. J. Kunta, S-13
Attorney far the executrix.
IN THS COTJNTT COUZT
of the 8tt of Oxogon, ia Uet
Marfoa County .
la the matter of the estate of Joka
P. Kent, deceased. Administrator with
will aaneseL Notice of hearings final
Notice ia hereby given that the fin
al account ef Freak S. Glover a 4-
uiniMrator with, will anaeaed ef the
estate ef Joha P. Kent,, deceased to
gether with hi petitioa foji final dia
tvibutio of said; estate, has. heea filed
in the county oourt e Manoa coun
ty, tate of Dcegou, aa4 that Monday,
the XWi day ef February A. U im,
at the hour ef two o lxi)t ia tk af
ternoon, at the office ef the eonatrr
judge in Salem, Oregon, has been duly
appointed, By- auch, court a the time
and place for the hearing ef eibjectieus
to uca final aceoant aiii pe-tiitwa and
tno settlement, oi said accouav aj
which, time aay person intcioeted' ia
such estate may , appear and: file ob
jection thereto and, contest the same,
Duted January 16, ,-lWft,
FRANK S.. GtOVJJR,
A adini ai t ra tor with will annexed
of the estate ef Joha P. Keut, dueeaa-
Notice ia hereby zivea thl the aa-
dersiguedl has. been duly appelated by
the county eourt of the state ef Ore
gon foi the county ej Maiion as
mintatratrix of the aetata of John D.
Sutherland, deceased) and that she has
duly qualified a such administratrix.
All persona having cmline against the
estate, of said decedent are hereby ae-
titicd to present the same, duly ven-
The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white $1.90
Wheat, lower eradss oa eanipla
Hay, cheat $24
Hay, oats ... $2S
Barley, ton 48a)50
Mill run 50
Butterfat . 48c
Creamery butter 5051c
Fork, Veal ana Mutton -
Pork, on foot 15 3-4c
Veal, fancy . -........ 20c
Steers ..... . . 7(30
Cows ............ ... ..... 47e
Spring lambs ..... 12c
Ewes.-.-. . - ... -4(3flf
Lambs, yearlings 10(gl2c
figgs and Poultry
Eggs, cash 37c
Hens, live 2527c
Old roosters ..... lft
Radishes, doz. 40c
Sweet potatoes $5$.25
Onions, local $1.65(0)2
Head lettuce ,.....- $1.75(o55
Beets - 2c
Parsnips - 4c
Cauliflower, 2 (loz, enso $3.50
Cocoanuts - $1.752
: Oranges ...... $4(?5
Lemons, box ..'...- $56
Bananas . - 9c
Florida grape frsit, ease . $G(S7.25
Black figs lb. 1018c
White figs, Jb. 1 19(t20e
Package figs per bx 50 pkg $4$i6.fl0
Honey, extracted . 20e
Eggs, dozen .... . . 45e
Creamery butter 5Sc
Country butter . 48c
Flour, bard wheat $G3.2?
. Portland Market
Portland, Or., Feb. 13. Butter, city
Eggs selected local ex. 4243c
Geeae 30&35e -Cheese,
sr'Ml mm ea
sja . i n
ARMED MEXICANS CROSSED
Into New Mexico and tarried oft
three Mormons, two years ago today,
February 13, 1917.
Find another bandit.
lpsfde down in foliage.
fiedv ta ate at the office of Condit &
Gluvor, aiy attorneys, room 203 Hub
bard building, in the eity of fculera,
Mariea, cemity, Oregon, within six
uioato frutu the date el this notice.
Done ia Saleut ia Maiion county,
Oregon thia 2 1st day et January, 1019
Administratrix of the estate of John
tX Sutherland deeeaaed; 2 20
TOST NOTICE OT EXECUTRIX
Ndtiee is hereby giyea that Cornelia
T. Wellor has this day been appointed
exeeutna ef the last -will, testament
and estate of Richard; H. Wellm, do
ceasiMl, and! kaa duly qualified as
such. All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby, notified: W pre
seat the same,, duly verified to. the
andersigaedi alt her lesideuce at Salem,
Oregon, Rural Boats No. 3, bos; 162,
e to. ke attorney Carey S, Martin,
4t3. Masonic Temple building, Salem,
Oregon, wiitaia sm niontas front the
data ef tliia notice.
Dated) January 24, 194
CORNELIA 1. WELLER,
Executrix ef the estate ef Kichard
B. Waller, deceased.
Carey I Martin, 31 MasOEl Tem
ple ibldg-., attorney tot estate 2-27
DAXLT UvTb 8TOC5 MUSKET
- Cattl-' .. . .
Receipts 6ft ; "i m '
Tone d1 market steady
Best steera $12.50lii.50
Good to'shoiee steera $M.5012.75
Mediuia to good steers $10.6011.S0
Fair te goodi steer $yiil0
Coaiuioa tav ;fai steers $89
."Choice cewa aud aeifers 9.2510
Qoed ta choice cows and heifors
Medium to good cowg and heifers
Fair to medium cows and noifers
Stockors and feeders $711
Tone of market steady
Prime mixed $1650l()75
Medium mixed $16.23(316.50
Rough heavies $14.50fel5
Bulk $16.5016.65 '
Tone of market steady
Prime lamb $13.75ai4.25
Fair to medium lambs $911
Farmer's Produce Company
Cash for your produce today:
20c for top veal.
18c for top hogs.
27c for heavy over 4 lb. lens.
25c for liirht under 4 lb. hens.
160 8. High Bt. Phone 10
THE FIX-IT SHOP
Umbrella repaired and recovered;
razors, knives, scissors and lawn
mowers sharpened, saw filing, lock
smitliinir, kodaks, alarm clocks, inus
ical instruments and roll"' top desks
repaired. My specialty is repairing
everything in tho light repair line.
Alvin B. Stewart, 37.1 Court street,
In Frank Eichter's furniture store,
Salem, Or. Phones, shop 217, res.
KNI0HT8 OF PYTHIAS MEET A!
McCornsck ball on every Turadaj
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. F. J. Kunt
C B. A S.
ROYAI NEIGHBORS OF AMEBICi
''Oregoa Grape Camp" No. 1360
meets every Thursday evening it
Derby building, Court and High Bt
Mrs. Pearl Courscy, 214 Court St
oracle j Mrs. Felissa Persons, record
..r 1415 X. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meet
every Thursday evening, 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court ni
High streets. J. F. Day, V. C.J F.
A. Turner, clerk.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assen.
bly No. 84 meet every Thursday at
8 D. m. in Masonic Temple. Norma L.
TerwilLiaer. M. A.; X A. Vibbert,
secretary, 840 Owen; (tract.
Journal jW ant "'Ads
Quick Reference To Firms That Give Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple,
Sell your used furniture to the high
est bidder, give Frank . Eitchei a
chance. New and 2d hand furniture
fot sale. 373 Court St. Phouo 217.
Dtt. F. L. OTTER, DENrl:.T, BOOMS
1413-1414 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
DBS. B. K. 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
talised ia aetveus diseases at Lea
Angeles College. Wffiees 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldz. Phone 85m. Residence.
1820 Court Phoaa tZ6, Dr. W&ite
Bes. Phone 4G9.
TUP. KflLDlEU BOY& Pool and bil
liard parlor is now open under new
management aud it renaer you ana
the goncral publie a congenial place
to pass away few leisure hours.
The basement; of Oregon Electric
depot, corner of State and High.
Phone 628. Wm. Livock, prop. 3-6
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
f none bud.
HONEY TO LOAN
Oa Good leal Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
.er tadd Bush bank;, Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS - 5 poi.
cent 34 year time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 MaBonio Temple. Salem, Oregon
MONEY to loan on good real estate.
SVi percent government money to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. Smith, Salem Bank, of Com
JTOVE8 REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 year txperience, Depot, National
sod American fence.
Sizes 86 to 58 in high
Faints, oil and varnish, etc
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
850 Court street. Phone 124.
2ND HAND GOODS.
We Buy, Sell And Exchange
All kinds ot Furniture, Stoves,
Clothing, Dishes, Bicycles, Harness,
Tools and Junk, We buy what you
don't want and pay the highest
prico in cash.
Peoples' New & 2nd 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. Right
priaes. 247 North Commercial St.
Just opened in connec
tion with the
1000 8. Com'l. St.
WANTED Peoplo of Salem to know
that we pay highest pricej for men
second hand clothing, shoes, etc. The
Capital Exchango, 337 Court St.
Phone 493. tf
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given to all to
whom it may ointern that the under
signed as executrix of the estate of
Surnli Ann Pettyjohn, deceased, has
filed her inal account s such execu
trix in the county court of tho state
of Oregon for Marion county, and that
said court has fixed March 17, 1W19J
at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at tne
court room of aaid court at the ourt
house of Marion county, at Salem, Ore
eon. a the timo and place for hearing
objections to aaid final account an't
the settlement thereof.
- CECELIA FWIEft, .
ADMINISTRATOR'S FINAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that iho un
dersigned administrator has filed hi
final account of the estate of Pauline
Nnugebauer, deceased, with tho clerk
of tho county court of the state ot
OTegon, for Marion county, and said
court has fixed the 17tb day of March,
1919, at ten o'clock in the forenoon as
tho time for hearing objections to said
final account and the settlement tbere-
of; and that any . heir, erediter, er
ether person interested ia said estate
127 North High-
BABY CHICKS FpR SALE
544 (State St. Phone 400
' Headquarters for baby chicks. Leg
horn, Red, Rock and Minorcas. Price
C. N. Needham, Box 412, SalemyCff.
All kinds of aute repairing by an ex,
pcr'ienced workman. All work guar
anteed to be satisfactory. Studebak
er repairs a specialty. D. R. Moir,
263 N. Commercial,
PEOPLES REPAIR SHOP Clocks,,
furniture, umbrellas and shoe repair-,
ing. Saws filed, shear and knife
grinding, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed; -261
Court street. B. Wooley. 8-H
600 acres, 150 bottom in cultiva
tion, 450 bill and timber pasture,
good improvements, well fenced,
spring piped to house, en Pacifia
highway, 2Vi mile9 from town,
$3000 worth of stock and equip
ment goes, will take $2500 worth
of trade er liberty bonds, $800
cash and carry back $7000, price
$17,500 160 acres free of encum-.
brunce to exchange for acreage
or residence, not ever $2000. 163.
acres, two. modern residences, alt
in cultivation, all tiled, well drain,
ed, finest equipped dairy barn in
Polk county, good silo, ' 4 mile
from good town, on mail route,,
reck ro'ad, no better value any
where, only $125 per acre. Fine
10 acre appta and peach orchard
to exchange for Salem acreage or
residence, price $2500. 40 acres, 1ft
. cleared, 30 timber, to, exchange
for rosidonce, net over $251)0.,
Have several vorv tine prune or-,
chards and Loganberry ranches lor
341 State St
THROUGH our non commission ya
tem you can be put in touch with
hundreds of peoplo who wish to sell
or exchange tlicir properties, with
out obligating themselves to pay a
commission. Oregon Realty Ex
change Investment Company, Iafl,
Rooms 4.05 and 406 Hubbard build'
Ing,, Salem, Ore.. i t
FOR SALEA modcra cottage with
many convcniitaces, on a paved
street, near car line. Price $2500,
$50Oi cash, balance oa easy terma,
See Square Deal Realty Company.
Phono 470. - a
FRUITLAND Nursery, Salem, Route, 8
box 138E, phone mm. we nave we
Roman strain grtfed Franquet wal
nU pud also a few more Italia
prune trees left. ' 2-1
BRING YOUR TRADES
BRING your trades. 1 can match yoq.
C. W. Niemeyer, all branches of real
estate and Canada lands, 215-2H
Masonic 'building. Phone 1000. .
NO CASH REQUIRED Good overcoat
shoes and stills, aiv kinds of music
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases and
1000 other useful articles to sell or
trade. What havo yout The Capita
Exchange, 337 Court St. Phone 493.
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage and
refuse of all kinds removed on moata
ly contract at reasonable rate.
Ces pools cleaned. Dead animal re
moved. Office phone, Main 824T.
Residence, Main 278,
PHONE 1090E ;
Our Prices aro Right
W. M. ZANDER, Proprietor
1255 N. Summer Street, Salem, Orcgoa.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
:nay, on or before said date, file b'a
ubjcctioHH, If nny, to said account, and.
hqw cause why snid account shouH
not be settled and allowed as rendered.
Dated this lit day of February,
Administrator of the etfate of Paw
line Neiigebauor, deceased.
John Bayno, . . ,
Attorney for administrator. 8-U
ADMXNI9TRATOR ' S NOTICE
Nitice is hereby give? that the a
deraigned, by virtuo of an ordor of
the county court tho state of Oregon,
tor Marion dotinty, duly made ana ear
tered of record on the 31st day of Be
ccmbsr,, 1918, was duly appointed ad
ministrator with will annexed of the
estate of Eliza Free, and that he ha
qualified as such. All persons having
(ilaims against said estate are heretgr
notified to present the same, duly Tt
ified as required by law, at the office
of Smith & Shields, 403 Salem Bank of
Commerce building, Salem, Marioa
county, Oregon, within ix months from
the date of this notice.
Dated and first published this 16th
day of January, 1919.
' . ARCHIE E. FREE,
"Administrator with the will aanev
ed of the estate of Eliza Free, deeeaa-