THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OKEGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1919. PAGE NINE T jggfe(ic Coast Biscuit loll of f ooor "From Over There'9 General Pershing's Official Report -. Today's casualty list contains tko f following names of Oregon- men: Georgo Meats, Eugono, died of diseaso Fred C Kuii, Milwnukio, wounded goverely. Albert Seharf, Tortland, died of acci The following casualties aro reported by the commanding goneial of the Am erican expeditionary forces: Died in aeroplane accident. .. ,3 Died of accident and other causes....30 Died of disease .. 09 Missing in action v. 2 Total 104 Diad from Airplane Accident . Maj. Harry Beiuson Anderson, Dovor, N. J. v Lieut. (AliTsrOustafsou; Soone, fa& JUieut. Hayniond B. Messer, Lowell, Mass. . ,. . Died from Accident and otnor Causes. Oorp. Jame8 F. Breuuon, Bt. Louis, Corp.-Gordon G. Wan-on, Albans, Vt Bugler Loyd Chapman, Abbcyville, Ala. ' - - Wagoner Edwin L. Drake, Gago, "Ok. Privates. Samuel F. Austin,Spokane, Wash. Georgo J. Avery, Spuulding, Neb. . IJulph L. Borland, Bandy Lake, 1'a. .Vineonz Brandolini, New Haven, Con. James F, Brown, Middleboro, V. Va. James O. Brown, Morgautown, Ky. Heruiuu Bruggeninnn, Steelvillc, 111. Clarenco F. Brustard, Crookston,, Min Edward H. Byron, Willamcttsvillc, Mo. Elbert 0. Comstock, Washington, i n. John Courtvright, McCra-cken, Ua. Adra T. Craig, Buffalo, W. Va. Frank Cunimano, New York. Eaynioud L. Daily, West Derby, Vt. Dewey Davis, Pottsville, Ta. Jack F. Doherty, Geldfield, Nev. William F. Gould, Pogosa Springs Colo. Felix B. Guidincr, Sayre, Okl&. Peter L. Happich, Akron, 0. Cyrilla Mtestrina, Terre Haute, Ind. Blienbcn 8. Peterson, Newman Grove, Neb. Derrick Rielly, Pittsburg. Ta. Albert Schar'f, Portlnad,-Ore. Kichard A. Schneider, New Butler, "Wis. It Raises the Dough If you we net a'ready using Cres cent, you should try it. Test oat its advantages. Discover for yourself how its double lc-avcr-ic act ica Bakes the lightest and aost wholesome cakes, biscuits eod breads. U3e all of the can of Cn-scerA If you ere not pleased with the results return the empty can to yoor groeen fee is authorized to refund your mosey. Write us for a copy of the Crescent Cook Book. Crescent Mfg. Company, Seattle, Wiiluagtoa. With Soups and broths. You will find Snow Flakes satisfying in every particular. You will enjoy immensely their delicious salty crispness and rich texture. Don't ask for crackers, say Snow Flakes. Your grocer can supply you.J 1 Died of Disease. Corp. Jamos Williams, Memphis, Tenn Corp. Conrad Yet tor, Pittsburg, Pa.. Musician Rudolph Kotlaba, Bridge port, Wis. Musician Manuel Prowdn, Syracuse, N. Y. Wagoners. Fred Andedson, Gilliam, La. Lionel H. Harris, Oakland, Cr.lif. Edward' Louis Humpret, Sagniaw, Mich. - . Joseph Horseman Stier, Cleveland, 0. Thomas C. Trew, Cookville, Tex. Wilbort L. Vnger, Younston, 0. Y. M. C. A. Worker Harry G. Fisher, New York. Cook Avthur F. Robinson, New Tork. Privates. Charley 'Andodson, New Orleans. La. John R. Arcini, Trenton, N. J. Hariston Bannistor, Eentonville, S. C. , , Jojin Jt... Barnes. . HawkinsviUq, Ga, ".. ncrman F. Becker, Glcnwooa, Pa'. Samuel Bosner, Minneapolis, Minn. William F.' Black, Broad Top, Pa. ' James L." Bonds, Liika, Miss, , George W. Bouncy, Pottsdam, N. Y. James W. Biishnnan, Polytocnic, Tex. 1 William F. Burke, Broad Axe, Pa. , James Collins, Newberry, S. C. Porter E, Compton, . Murfreesboro, Tenn. . Oscar E. Craig, Hutchinson, Kan. Daniel W. Crawford, Washington, D. C. John L. doom, Kinston, N. C. Walter L. Doherty, Boston, Mass. John Dorn, Boundbrook, N. J, Byron K. Doyal, Collinsville, Ala. Robert L, Duckworth, Liveonk, Fla. Claude Fansler, Surgionsvillc, Tenn. Ernest Feller, Ousted, Mich. Amos W. Fittsgenild, Paragould, Ark John E. Fittspalrick, San Francisco. Frnncis D. Flaherty, Lad, 111. Frank L. Gausdan, Chici-go, 111. Otto C. Gottsclmlk, Lockport, N. Y. Joseph A. Hall, Sylvester, Ga. Perry Hall, Linton, lad. Rufus Hall, York, Ala. Fred J. Hamilton, Vandallia, 111. , Jay B. Hanson, Marionette, Wis. Wnu..G. Herd, Claudecn, Tex. Flemon Hodges, Clintonv Mo. Davo Hoyt, Ittabean, Miss. Clarence B. Huntlcy,Rockland,Me. Joe D. James, Alexandria, La. ,Wm. A. Cavert, Chicago. Harry C. Keller, Johnsville, N. Y. Charles B. Kendall, Cambridge, Mass. ,Henry J. Krcmer, Santa Barbara, Calif. 1 v iri- m. 'mi ti i-r ' L?r , IH - it " SUA c , w r- yf ? PV- ,K N K t-Ts Til , X, - X rv ' : Si 1 1U u 1 -VJ II s' 1 Mir 1 r i ft . II i I 1 1 H- V f f- , SPOET SKIRTS FO RSPRIXQ AND SUMMER WEAK. Left, sport skirt of blue and whito Shetland wool, wor n with a blue satin blouse lilackgroa grain ribbon forms a rich contrast and accentuates the new, popular high neck inodul. Bight, satin trimmed skirt worn with plaited georgette blouse and black and white atraw sailor. THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE AND NEVER SUSPECT IT. Applicants for Insurance Often Rejected Judging from reports from druggists who are constantly in direct touch with the public, thero is one preparation that has been very successful in over coming those conditions. The mild, and healing influence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root i soon realized. It stands the highest for its remarkable record of success. An examining physician for one of the prominent life insurance compan ies, in an interview of the subject, mndo the astonishing statement that one reason why so many applicants for insurance are rejected i because kid ney trouble is so common to the Amer ican people, and the largo majority of those wIilso applications are declined do not even suspect that they have the disease. It is on sale at all drug stoics in ibottles of two sizes, medium and large. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation 8end ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & iCo., .Binghaniton, N. V., for it tuinp'le bottle. V hen writing be sure and mention Jho Salem Daily Capital Journal. Fred E. Lefrancis, Clarkston, Wash. Charlie Littlejohn,. Spartanburg, N. C . Joseph F. McHule, Genese, Pa. John Miccjk, Chicago, 111. , Walter Milligan, Butler, Ua. David Willard Morris, Kansas City, Kans. Frani J. Moschell, Jersey City, N. J. I'atrick J. Murphy, Jamaca, N. Y. Thombas H. Murphy, Troy, X. Y. Thomas F. O.'Rourko, Elmhurst, N. Y. Charles Palmer, New Orleans, La. Wendol Frank l'hul, Mount Troy, Pa. Niles G. Pearson, Humpstead, N. Y. Oscar C. Breyfogglc, 8t. Louis, Mo. Fred Worley Brown, Cora City, 111, Harry Fast, New Haven, Conn. Henry J, Grove, Bay City, Mich. William J. Bailsford, Providence, E. Island. Arthur A. Axliiie, Behtany, Mo. Thomas G. Kudler, Pittsburg, Pa. Leo. Kenneth MeCormack, Kcpublic, Wash. . . Michael Francis Carney, Troy, N. Y. Don Corkcry, Sidney Mont. Boll A. Harper, Stillwater, U. Fred H. Lemaio, Allen, Kans. Hoy 8. Leidy, Delphi, Pa. Perry T. Livengood, Bates, Ark. James Barrett, Now York. - William H. Humphries, Crozct, V-a. David' Davis, Wegefield, 8. C. Henry C. Hawkins, Middlotogwn, N. York. - Clarence D. Shomers, Niagara. Falls, N. Y. Harris J. Siegler,'8t. Louis, Mo. Robert J. BlackwelL. Hurdlas Mill, North Carolina. Marion Ghecr, Columbus, 0. Fred W. Lucke, Ncranton, Pa. James Noe, Middteshoro, Ky. William H. Honsel, Bdooklyn, N. Y. Herinun August Ziiz, ('levele.ud, O. John Bi-.dur, Brooklyn, N. x. Denver Bailey, Charlwton, W. Va. William E. Baker, Dayton, O. Joseph A. Gregorie, Franklin, La. James K. Kcr.;edy, Hydro, Mont. Eoscoe H. Ktubbs, Handtick, la. " . ' The Journal classified ads ar great favorites with people who do things Try ouw. WAR. PUZZLES GERMANS OCCUPY ODESSA One year ago today, March 13, 191S. Find a Russian. YESTERDAY'S ANSWER Left side down In Uncle Sam's body The Capital Journal Daily Market Report Grain Wheat, soft white $1.90 Wheat, lower grades oa sample Oats 7075c Hay,, cheat 24 Hay. oats , ' ,. 25 Barley, ton $4850 Mill run $4647 Eutterfat iButterfat ; . 64e Creamery butter 6304c Pork, veal and Mutton iPoTk on foot . 1616c Veal, fancy 2u21e Steora .. 7(ffi9r Cows 4S Spring lambs - .... 13c Ewj. . 4rj)t Lambs, yearlings . . 10(12e igs and Poultry Eggs, ensh 34c, trado 3flc Hens, live 2527e Old roosters 15c 25c :. 35e ... 4 3-4&)5e $1.35 3.50ro)4 ..2,iri;3e 2r2e 3.704.5 2 Vie 3 Vie 2.90 jCockcrcla Vegetables Radishes, doz. .. I Sweet potatoes .... , j Potatoes - I Onions, lo:-al I Cabbago . Turnips Head lettuce - .'. Beets Parsnips Cauliflower, 2 doz. ease Zrtut Oranges . $r.25foi5.75 a8 f ... 7fa7.50 .. lGfrClne Lemons, box Bananas . , Florida grape fruit, case Black figs lb. Whito figs, lb Package figs per bx SO pkg Honey, extracted ; Retail frleea Eggs, dozen .-., 1 Creamery butter 'onntrv hotter 19(u20e $4(aO.U 20c , 40c 70e 60c .853.15 IN THE COUUTY COUBT Of the State of Oregon for Marios County. In Brotat In the matter of the estate of rhil- lip Carter, deceased., Notice of hearing' of final account. To all persons interested in the es tate of Phillip Carter, deceased: You art herrbv notified that on the 12th day of March 1919, Donald W. Miles filed in thi9 court his final account as administrator of the estate" of Phillip Carter, doeeased, and that said final account wwl be heard or this court on Monday April 14th, 1919, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. or aa soon there after as the court can hear same in the county court, room at the court house , Salem, Marion county, Oregon, and you are hereby cited to appear at the time and place above designated and show' cause if any exist, why said final account should not be allowed and the said administrator discharged from his trust. Dated this 12th dav of March 1919. V. M. BCBHEY, County Judge. First publication March 13th. Last publication April 10th. NOTICE TO CREDITOR 3 Vrtipo i lioi-ohv on'vpn thnt. tjhfl un- .i7 p.- dersigned has been duly appointed ex ecutrix 01 tne estate 01 Liiaries narom "PMrnimdrann. decctt scd. ,V)V .tllft COUlltV court of Marion county, slate, of Ore gon, ana nas quaimeo. as sucn exocu trix All persons having claims against the said estato are hereby notified to present same, duly verified, together w.Ift, i.tiA Tr,ttA vniictipra thprefor. to tho undersigned at the offio of P. J. Kuhtz, Bank' of Commerce building, Salem, Oregon, in snia county 01 .Ma rion, within six months from tis date of rhig notice. Dato of first publication, this 1.5th day of February, 1SU9. ALICE JSSmrJK JS1.U Ui Uisu , Executrix of tho- estato of Charles Harold Edmundson. P. J. Kuntz. 3-13 Attorney for tho executrix. Eggs, selected local ex. 3940e Ileus 3032c Broilers 4()o Geese 17K20o Cheese, triplets. 3336o ' DAILY LIVE STOCK MARKET Cattle Receipts 92 Tone of market steady Best steors $1314 Good to choice steers $11. 50(a) 12.50 Medium, to good steers LO.jOfell.oO Fair to good steers $9.50(10.5O Common to fair steers $S.50((i9.50 Choice cows and heifers $10.5012 Good to choice cows and r heifers $9(a10.50 Medium to good eowj and heifora $7.759 Fair to medium cows and heiferi $(5(?!j7 Cannors $3.505 Bulls .$11 10 Calves $9.5014 Stockers and feeders J710 Hogs Receipts 421. Tone of market steady Prime mixed 17.50(3)17.73 Medium mixed 17.25(riU7.BO Rough heavies $15.E0tol6.50 - Pigs l!i16 ' Bui 17.50 Bhep Receipts none Tono of market steady Primo lam'ba 15,.ii0fel'8.50 Fair -to medium lambs 13.5014.50 Yearlings 1.1.6012 Wothers $9CflO Ewes $fi.50rJl0.50 Goats $5.60()8 Farmer's Produce Company 160 S. High St. Fuona 10 Cash for your produce today: 21o for top veal , 19c for top hogs. Hons, all weights, 27o NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT TIMBER General Land Office Washington, D. C. February 14, 1919. Notice is hereby given that subject to the conditions and ligations of the act of June 9, 1916, (39 Stut., 218), and tho instructions of tho Secretary of the Interior of September 15, 1917, the timber on tho following lands will be sold April 8, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. oi., at puiblie auction at the United 3tatc8 land office at Portland, Ore gon, to the highest WdJer at not Jobs than the appraised valuo ns shown" by this nollce, snlo to bo subject to the approval of the Secretary of the In terior. Tho purchase price, with an ad ditional sum of one fifth of one per cent thereof, being commissions allow ed, must bo deposited at time of sale, mnncr tn ihn returned if sale is not approved, otherwise patent will issue for the timber which must he removed within ten years. Bids will be received from citizenj of tho United Slates, as sociations of such citizens and corpora tions organized under the laws of the United Statas or any state, territory or district thereof only. Upon appli cation of a qualified purchaser, the timber on any legal subdivision will h .ffornit Bonnrnti'lv before bcinff in cluded in any offer of a larger unit, T., H., K. a E. cc. S, JMP.'A iM'.'Ai fir 1600 M., hemlock 270 M., NVV',4 NfE,, fir 880 M., hemlock 150 M., 8W 4 NEVi, fir 1170 M.p hemlock 200 M., 3E4 NE4, fir 2390 M., hemlock 200 M., NK 8E1,4, fir 1170 M., hemlock 120 M., NWii SF.Vi fir 1030 M., hcra Inck M M.. SVVU SKVi. fir 790 M., 8KVi SEV4, fir 1190 M., hemlock 30 M., NE't NW, fir two M. nemioca 130 M., NB' NV.'Vi, fir 630 M., NEV4 SW4, fir 1900 M., NW SW, fir 2100 M., SW' 8Wil( fir 1210 M., 9EVi SWV4, fir 10)0 M., none of the fir to be sold for less thnn 1.50 per M., and none of the hemlock to e sold for less than 75 cents per M. T,. 4 8., li. 8 E., See. 3; SE'A 8E,- fir 1200 t.. SWV. REU. fir 1145 M.. Sec. 33; K4 NB'i, fir 730 M., cedar 25 M., iJW'54 NEVi. fir 850 M., none of the fir or cedar' to he sold for less than $1.50 nor M. CLAY TALL-MAN, Commissioner General Land Office. Journal Quick Reference To Firms That Gi?2 Service On Short Where Buyer And Seller MeetWe ' Recommend Our Advertisers. EVERYTHING Salem Eleetrie Co., Masonic Temple, USED FURNITURE 8ell your used furniture to the high est bidder, give Frank F. Ritcher a ehance. New and 2d hand furniture for sale. 373 Court St. Phone 217. DENTIST IB. T. L. UTTEB, DENrIl.r, ROOMS 1413-1414 Bank of "Commerce Bldg. OSTEOPATH ORS. B. E. WHITE AND R. W. WAL TON Osteopathia physicians and nerve specialists. Graduates of Am ericas school of Osteopathy, Kirk ille, Mo. Post .graduate and spec ialized in ' nervous diseases at Los Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat Bank Bldg. Phone 85k. Residence, 1620 Court. Phone 2S15. Dr. White Res. Phone 469. AMUSEMENTS : TOE SOLDIER BOYS Pool and bil liard parlor is now open under new management and it renders you and tho general publio a congenial place to pass awny a few leisure hours. The basement of Oregon Electric depot, corner of State and High. Phone 628. Wm. Livock, prop. 3-6 WATER COMPANY 1ALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets Bills payable monthly in advance. Phone 606. FINANCIAL MONEY TO LOAN On Good Real Estate Security THOS. K. FORD .er Ladd k Bush bank; Salem Oregon FEDERAL FARM LOANS 6 por cent 84 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt, 401 Masonic Temple. Salem, Oregon. MONEY to loan on good real estate. 5Vj percont government money to loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold. W. D. Smith, Salem Bank of Com- meret 12-14 STOVE REPAIRING STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED GO years experience, Depot, National and American fence. Sizes 26 to 08 in high Paints, oil and varnish, eta, Loganberry and hop hooka, Salem , Fence and Stove Works, 250 Court street. Phono 124- 2ND HAND GOODS. We Buy, Bell 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 & 2nd Hand Store 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 prices. 247 North Commercial St. Phone 16. AIITrt PAINT SHOP Just opened in connec tion with the HIGHWAY GARAGE 1000 S- Coral. St. EXPERT WORKMEN WANTED People of Saloin to know that we pay highest prices for mens second hand clutmng, snoes, etc. m Capital Exchnnge, 337 Court St. ! Phono 4D3. WOOD SAW PHONE 1090B Our Prices are Right W. M. ZANDER, Proprietor 1255 N. Summer Street, Salem, Oregon. WHY NOT have that piece of furni ture or chairs that are broken, or out of repair, made as god as ever, at Shea' furniture repair shop. 352 Chemeketa street, between Coionwr- cial and Liberty. Phone 181. 3-17 SCAVENGER SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage ' an refuse of all kinds removed on montt ly contracts at reasonable rate Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals r mved. Office phono Main, 167; Residence, Main 2272. iWani- Ads mm ; Telephone -Main 1200 ELECTRICAL 127 North High.. AUTO REPAIRING All kinds of auto repairing by an ex perienced workman. All work guar anteed to he satisfactory. Studebak er repairs a specialty. D. B. Moir, 263 N. Commercial. REAL ESTATE BRIG YOUR TRADES BRING your trades. I ean match yon. C. W. Niemcyer, all branches of real estate and Canada lands, - 215-21S Masonic building. Phone 1000. FOR SALE A good double team har ness, will trado for hay or grain, or will exchange for good dry wood. Sec Square Deal Realty compes. Phone 470 BEST BUYS 162 acres, all in cultivation, two. modern residences, splendid dairy barn, ISO-ton sdlo, horse barn and granary, good valley loam, all tiled, welt fenced, lays fine, on rock road, mail routo, 4 miles from town, 1 mil to school, $2000 worth of equipment and stock goes, if 'taken at once on ly $125 per acre. 170 acre best Howell prairie land, 100 cultivated, balance tinier, lair improvements, cioso in, only IBS per aero. 50 acres, all cultivated, best valley loam, good improvements, 4V4 miles from Salem, the Jbcat of walnut or prune land only $100 per acre. 80 acres, ail cultivated, well drained, lays well, 10 acres clover, been all in clover, the finest of modern build ings carrying $0000 worth of insur ant, 3 miles from town, price $14, 000. Might take a good modern resi dence in trado. Have somo very fine 10 acre tracts close in at bargain prices. Also sev eral bearing prune orchards at bar gain prices. For best buys see Soeo lofsky. Bayne bldg. SECOND-HAND GOODS NO CASn REQUIRED Good overcoat shoes and suits, all kinds of music al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases n4 1000 other useful articles to sell of trado. What hava youl The Capital Exchango, 337 Court St. Phone 493. THE FIX-IT SHOP - Umbrellas, repaired and recovered, razors, knives, scissors and lawa mowers sharpened, saw filing, loes smithing, kodaks, alarm clocks, nius ical instruments and roller top desks repaired. My specialty is repairing everything in the light repair line. New location is 347 Court it. Phonei shop 493, Res. 1169. AWin B. Stew art. - -."' LODGE DIRECTORY KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET A.1 McCornack hall on every Tndaj at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. P. 1. Kunta . B. 4 8. ROYAL Neighbors of America, Ore gon Grape camp No. 1300 meet every , Thursday evening in MctCornaek hati Elevator service. Oracle, Mrs. Car rie E. Bunn, 648 Union St.; recor der, Mrs. Melissa Persons 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6249 meet! every Thursday evening, b o'eloe in McCornack hall, over Meyera store. Ray A. Grant, V. C. F. A. Turner, clerk. UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assoaw bly No. 81 meets every Thursday l 8 p. m. in Masonic Temple. Norms, L. TerwUliger, M. A.; J. A. Vibbort, secretary, 340 Owens itract NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given to all U whom it may eonccru that the under signed as executrix of the estato of! Sarn,h Ann Pettyjohn, doeeasod, ha filed her final account as such execu trix in tho county court of the state of Oregon for Marion eouuty, and that said court has fixed March 17, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m. of siaid day, at tho court room of said court at the court house of Marion county, at Salem, Ore gon, as tho time and place for hearinf objections to said iinul account aud tho settlement thiTfcf. CECELIA FIDLER, , 313 Executrix ADMINISTRATOR ' S FINAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned administrator has filed hii final account of the estate of Paulino Ncugnhauer, deceased, with the elerk of tho county court of the state of Oregon, for Marion ounty, and said court has fixed the 17th day of March, 1919, at ten o'elock in the forenoon as the time for hearing objections to said final account and the settlement there of; and that any heir, eredilor, or other person interested in said estate may, on or boforji said date, filo bis objections, if any, to said account, and show cause why said account should not be settled and allowed as rendered. Dated thi Hth day of February, 1919. AUGUST NEUGEBAUER, Administrator of tho estate of Pau lino Neugebauer, deceased. John Bayne, Attorney fcr administrator. 3-11 JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY The Journal Job Department will print you anyihing In ths stationery line do it right and .Crescent E Wat riour, naru wneac i JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY . Portland Market Portland, Or., Mar. 13.Butter, eity ereamery 62(aG3e w I save 7, ti real money.