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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1919.
Jfoocessful taking fa m
urad when Creseeat is
wui, fcec&use It rutu first
when moisture ii added Is
the mixing tow!, and then
gain when heat is applied.
The result of tlus donbla
raise fa dcltoausly light,
i wholesome, and eiiily di
' tested breads, cakes and,
"From Oier There" V
General Pershing's Official Report t
The following casualties arc reported I
by the commanding general of the j
American Expeditionary Forces: I
Killed iu Action ; 7
Died from 'Wounds 7
J)icd ot Accident and Other Causcs....24
Died of Diseaso 47
Totrf 85 j
Kiled in Action Privates.
.Tossn T, Bennett. Cirolevrlle Ohio.
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Gloves, Shirts, Coats, Boys Suits, tea, washing powders, soap, wash boards,"
spices, baking powder, extracts, shoe polish, lamps, and chimneys, nuts, grape
juice. These are all new goods. Come to the sale and get your money's
worth. . And
One Ford car, model 1916.
One Ford Roadster, model 1916. ' .
One Ford, 5 passenger '
Maxwell, 5 passenger 1916.
One Overland ,
These cars are all in good condition to be sold. Two New tires, 33x4. Cars to be
sold at 4 p. m.
SALE STARTS AT 1 P. M.
.. --.SALEM AUCTION CO.
; - 157 South Commercial St. -
I G. SATTERLEE, Auctioneer
.iywmijj-tj.- 1 1. m, n.
Crescent hat been the es
tablished standard baking
powder tor a quarter of a
century oa the Pacific
Coast. Ko better formula
has been produced. The
Crescent Cook Book is
very helpful Write the
Crescent Mf Co., Seattle,
for a copy. Grocers tell
Crescent Baking Powder.
Oren Groft, Home Pa,
Elmer C Labulin, 1'ittsburg Pa.
Edmund K Lapueli, Moulton Texas.
Anthony Khnuk, Abilene Kas.
Henry Thompson, Greenfield Iowa.
Lavern J Thompson, Cavalier N D.
Died from Wounds.
Sgt.. Robert F Lowe, Oampti La.
'Corp Haywood M Curry, Forsythe Ga.
Mech Geo L Tuthill, Jamcsport N Y.
Miisician Wm Spnher, Jersey City N
Serve Snow Flakes the dainty
salted cracker with bouillon
sardines, creamed fish, salads,
Welsh rarebit, etc.
Don't ask for Crackers, say Snow
Your grocer can supply you.,
L 1 I -,v
at 1 o Clock
n k turn S4 f iiaftWiWtsiiJl
Died from Accident and Other Causes.
Solomon Marcovitz, Boston Mass.
Earl Erahn, Birdsboro Fa.
Clvdc Ilaumioud Stewart, Pawnee
Okla. . -.
' - Sergeants.
Eavruond Nicolas, Kan Pa
Earle W Taylor, Seneca Kas.
L Jno Keese, Serantoa Pa,
Dallas Spencer, Iew iork. '
James 1 Tucker, Kansas City Mo.
Thomas E Wilder, MeKeesviUp Kas.
Master Eiig Garney Tiinmons, Fi
more lad. , , .
Cook Ncwtoa P Powell, Iron Moun
tain Mich. ' ,
Aloi D Baris, Brooklyn NY.
Marvin A Caldwell, Ft Worth. Toxas.
James M Lee, Denver Colo,
Carl Christensen, Cherrvaale Va
Maj Guy W McClelland, Burlin Wis.
Capt Griffin Cochran. Luterino Wyo.
Dennis Xeutler, Oakdale Okla.
Henry Drake, Monterrey Iud.
Boyd Henderson, Alphretta Ga.
Chus D Kusken, St Louis Mo.
Cro.-by Lounliry, Manitou Ky.
Luigi Luecaminio, Runiani, Itivly.
Wiadyslaw Lupicwich, balem Muss.
HowarJ II I.utz, Sharpsburg Pa.
L Charlie Martin, Belle Sumtner Ala.
Jordon LImcr May, Ulenwood io.va.
John F. Miller, Omcme Ind.
Eeetor Morgan, Chickashiv Okla.
Albert L Nagel,vKew Ulm Miun
Died of Diseaso. ..
Godfried B Jork, Woodbridge X J.
Geo Bain, Owstanmasteei Miun.
Edw Grady, Yuma Ariz.
L W W Howo, Oncdia NY.
Willard J.McGraw, Buffalo N Y.
Loe Mi'Mahon, Tildon Texas.
Josh S Oliver, Frederick Okla. ,v
Carl F Wert, Buoyrus Ohio.
Janos Burgess, Patorson N J.
Jesso W Clipper, Buffalo N Y,
Walter W liaris, Cera u ton Pa.
John Joseph O'lvcil, Minoapolis Miun
Miirlin S Ward, Boise Idaho.
Harrison Colds, Basic City Va.
Clifton L Williams', Martin i'eun
Y. M. C. A. Workers.
CUmd Kinie, New York.
Loraino Hauner, New Voile.;
John" Lawton Moon, New York.
Ralph R Mauffsaty, New Vork. '
Wagoner J'iiil Kemieidell, Pittsburg
Wagoner Robert Bruco Miller, Dills
Saddler John L Fox, Norfolk Va.
Hoiseshoer Harry D Peck, Loriugton
Maury Edwards Brannn, Norman
Park Ga. '
Clarenco Colvin, Cubool Mo.
Frank X Curley, Waterbury Conn, .
Chester Lane, Forsythe Mont.
Vernon C Aver, Siin Francisco Cal.
Joseph A Baillargeou, Detroit Mich.
James II Burnett, Birmingham Ala.
Gilbert L Bergef, ClmrUx Mich.
David Betts, Port Huron Mich.
John Dtack, Chic0ia Ta. iT
" Harmon lilanehette, bellevillo Texas,
.; Albert B Board, Fort Wayne Ind. .
Clement E Boccia, Lafollette Tenn.
Peter Gerrardus Bynia", Vyfhurzcn
Willie Campbell, Meridian Miss.
William M Casey, Paris Ky.
George Clayburn, Pierniont N H,
Emuiett M Collins. Chanuto Kas.
Died from Wounds, Previously Reported
'Sgt. Earl Heist, Aurora Colo.
Died, Previously Reported Wounded
Lieut James V Devdnticy, Philadel
Died, Previously Reported Wounded
Pvt Edward Stubbs, Seattle Was.
Died, Previously Reported Wounded,
Pvt Randolph I Rohwclicr, Wahpeton
Killed in Action, Previously Reported
' Missing in Action.
Corp Lloyd Harding, Bay City Mich.
Ed C Norman, Cleveland Ohio.
Paul Szowczyk, Colma N Y.
Died,. Previously Reported Missing , in
Sgt Harvey Bowe, Dry Branch W Va.
Corp. Robt H Hoke, Htirri.iburg Pa,
V LUkMfc, Manager.
DMY HEALTH TALKS.
A Single Remedy Often Cures Many
(By VALENTINE MOTT, M. D.)
It is almost impossible to give a list
of the endless disease that follow in
digestion. Pcrhapa a whole column in
this newspaper wcwld -be required to
print them all. You eat to keep alive
;o supply iblood and flesh and bone and
muscle and brain. It 13 easy to seo that
if your food is not digested and taken
up It-y the delicate organs and distrib
uted -where it is needed, a disease of
some sort is sure to come Dyspepsia is
a common symptom, and so are liver
tomplaint. loss of flesh, nervousness,
bad memory, dizziness, sleeplessness,
no appi.tite. Many times, when neglect
ed,' indigestion results in coughs, throat
diseases, ratarrh, bronchitis and even
more dangerous things. And all these
disorders arise bwauso the food is not
properly digested in the stomach. It
is pram even to a child that relief and
cure are to bo had only toy setting up
a healthy condition in the stomach.
Ir. Pierce, of Buffalo, X. Y., many
rears ago combined a number of vege
table growths into a temperance rem
edy for indigestion, and called it GoW
en Medical Discovery. It is probably
the most efficacious discovery ever
ma.de in medicine, for the list of peo
ple all over the world who havo had
their countless ills overcome by Dr.
mierce's Golden Medical Discovery
make an amazing total of thousands.
I know of no advice better than
this: Begin a home treatment today
with this good vegetable medicine. It
will show yon tetter than I can tell
you what it wiU do. When taking Gold
en Medical Discovery, you can rest as
sured of one very important thing
it contins neither alcohol nor opiates.
There is nothing in it but standard
roots and herbs that possess curative
properties of a high order. A safe med
icine is tho only kind you can afford
In the county court, April 21 has been
set as the date for the final hearing in
matter of the estntd of Henry L. Place.
N. A. Hofford is administrator. The
estato amounted to $1689.53 and tho
administrator has $078.10 to distribute
between tho two heirs. F. L. Place and
The appraisment of the estato of Eva
Coolidge has boen filed in the offico of
tho coutiny clerk. It shows that the
estate has stock in tho Coolidge He Mc
Cloine bank amounting to $11,(160; that
it had $18,198.06 in the bank and had
an investment of $7,708 in Liberty
bonds-. The total vr.lue of tho ostato 'is
appraised at $58,160.16.
The estato of Lai Yee Sun has been
appraised at 176.87, Mark Skiff, W. J.
Culver and J. H. Dunlap were the np
- - 1 M
W'. M. Bushey, iounty judge, bus fileo
in. tho office of the '.county clerk, no
tice ot inlieHtnnee"tnjc claimed from
tho cbt-ito of J. AI.j Morlcy, who died
Sept. 39, 11118, inSifverton. The estato
was appraised at $19,900.70. The ex
penses of tho administration of the es
tate were as follows: Court costs, $i!0;
udmim.tr.'ilor's fees, $518; attorney
fees, $250; last illness, $149.50 and
funeral charges, $279.50, making a total
Qf administration fees of $1217. The
widor, Bo.rtha E. Morlcy will receive
by thft wiU $9,817,36. The law allows
$5000 .exempt fin jAhjHtanco tax and
she will be obliged 4o pay only $48.17.
The son, about threo years old, will ro
ceive by tho will tlie "balance, $8,816.98
and his share of inheritance tax is esti
mated at $38.17.
Washington, March 20. Transport
sailings were announced by the war de
partment toduy us follows:
Cruiser St. Louis, from Brest duo New
York, March 28, with. 148th infantry,
First, Second and Third battalions,
headquarters company, medical detach
ment from Camps Sherman, Grant, Cus
ter, Slielby and Funston.
Transport Anncortoa, from Nantes for
Newport Kows duo April 5 with an ord
nance detachment of two officers and
The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white . .. $1.90
Wheat, lower m-adaa mi
Uay, cheat $04
nay, oats - - .
Barlev. ton tutxrn.n
Mill run 43CuAic
Butterfat ' ai
Creamery butter , 6i(kc3c
rorx, v-cai sum Mutton
Pork on foot 1616e
Veal, fancy i20c
COWS ' AMlUe
Spring lam Its .. 16c
Lwm- .-. 4
Lambs, yearlings lQQvlZt
ge and Poultry
Eggs, cash 34c, trade 36c
Hans, live 2527e
Old roosters 15
Cockerel , 25c
Radishes, doz. ......
-.. , 35c
Sweet potatoes ....
Head lettuce .i
Cauliflower. 2 doz. case
i-niitttu, WUA r- ...... (11,.3
Winesap apples, liox , , $4 1
Celery, erate ,. $11
We wiU pay
36c Cash and 37c Trade i
For Strictly Clean
ROTH GROCERY CO.
Oranges .'. : $5(S.75
Lemons, box : 5rfi!fl
Florida crane fruit, case 7rtf8
Black figs lb 16(o)llc
White figs, lb. 19(tf20c
Package figs per bx 50 pkg $46.90
noney, extracted 20
Bet all price
Eggs, dozen 40c
Creamery buttor 65c
Country butter 60c
Flour, hard wheat $o,103.15
Portland, Or, Mar. 0. Butter, city
fcggs, selected local ex. 3941c
Cheese, triplets 3135c
DAILY LITE STOCK MAS KIT
Tone o,f market steady
Best steers $1314
Good to choice steers $11.5012.50
Medium to good steers $10l.l
Pair to good steers $910 -
Common to fair steers $89
i Choice -cows and heifers $10.5012
Good to choico cows and heifers
$910.50 . . ' '
Modium to good cows and heifers
Pair to medium cows and heifer!
Stockers and feeders $710
Receipts 593 ,
Tone of ninrket strong
Prime mixed 18.25(i18.50 i
Medium mixed $17.90(?i.18.15
Rough heavies $1617
. Pigs $15(0)16 ,
Tone of market strong .
Prime lam1i9 $1(517
Fair to medium lambs $1415
Yearlings $1 l(o)12
Ewes $6.50 10.50 "'''
Farmer's Produce Company
im d. ansa oi. rnone au
Cash for your produce today:
20o for top veal
2()o for top Logs.
Hens, nil weights, 2Se
BrP LEE, cxpbrt hiundfyniian, 436
Ferry St. I pay top market price for
chickens and cgns. tf
NOTICE OF SALE OP GOVERNMENT
General Land Office
Washington, D. C.
. February 14, 1919.
Notice is horoby given that subject
to tho conditions and limitations of
the act of June 9, 1916, (39 Stat., 218),
and the instructions of tie Secretary
of the Interior of September 15, 1917,
the timber on tho following lands will
bo sold April 8, 1919, at 10 o'clock a.
m., at public auction at the United
States land office at Portland, Ore
gon, to the highest bidder at not lees
than tho appraised value as shown by
this notice, sale to be subject to the
approval of tho Secretary of the In
terior. The purchaxe price, with an ad
ditional sum of one fifth of one per
cent .thereof, being commissions allow
ed, must be deposited at time of sale,
monay to be returned if sale is not
approved, otherwise patent will issue
for the timbor which must removed
within ten years. Bids, will bo received
from citizflog of tho United Slates, as
sociations ef such citizens and corpora
tions organized unSrt tho laws of the
United States or any state,' territory
or district thereof nly. Upon appli
cation of a, qualified purchaser, the
timber on nny legal subdivision will
be fferd separately before being in-!
eluded in any offer of a larper unit,
T., 9 8., R. 2 E. 8ec. 5, Nflft NE't,
fir 160 M., hemlock 270 M., NW
NEW, fir 0 hemlock 156 M., SW
Y NBH, fir M70 M., hnmlo 250 M.,
NB',4, fir 2390 M., hamlock 200
M., NE't fit M70-M., hemlock
120 M NWi4 SiR'A fir 1630 M., hem
fjck 50 M., BW 8EH, fir 790 M.,
SEM, Tir 1190 M., hemlock 30
M., NE'4 NWy4, lr 630 M. hemlock
130 M., NE'4 'NWy4 fir 630 M.,
NE m, fir 1950 51., NW ftWy4,
fir 2100 M., fiW4 ffW, fir 1250 M.,
!Ei4 8W, fir 1050 M, none of the
fir to be gold for lew than $1.50 per
U., and nono of the hemlock to e sold
for less than 75 cents per M. Tr 4 8.,
R 3 E., See. 3; hEVt BEV, fir 1200
M,., gW4 SE4, fir 1145 M., Bee. 33;
SEW NEW, fir 730 M., cedar 25 M,
3WW HEVt. fa 850 M., none of the
fir or. ecdar to be told for less than
$1.50 per M.
Commissioner General Land Office.
ouvnal Want Ads
Quick Reference To Firms That Gits Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
' Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electrio Co., Masonic Temple,
OB. T. L. UTTER, DEMr I:,T, ROOMS
1413-1414 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
DBS. a E. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
erva specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy. Eirk
fille, Mo. Pott graduate and spec
ialized la nervous diseases at Loa
Angeles College. Offices 605-508 Nat
Bank. Bldg. Phone 85,4. Residence,
1620 Court. Phone 2218. Dr. White
Bea. Phone 469.
THE SOLDIER BOYB Pool and bil
liard parlor is now open under new
management and it renders you and
'the general publio a congenial place
to pass away a few leisure hours.
The basement of Oregon Electrio
depot, corner of State and High.
Phone 628. Wm. Livock, prop. 3-6
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
sorner Commercial and Trade stree'j
Bills payable monthly in advance.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
.er Ladd ft Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 6 per
eent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
4Ui juasonio Tomplo, Balern, Oregon
MONEY to loan on good real estate.
5Va percent government money to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. Smith, Salem Bank of Com
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence,
' Slzos 28 to 58 in high "i-'r
Paints, oil and varnish, eto, . '
Loganborry and hop hook. '
Salom Fence and Stove Works, s
250 Court street. Phone 124.
2ND HAND GOODS.
We Buy, Bell And Exchange
All kinds of Furniture, Stoves,
Clothing, DiBhos, 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 Phone 734
J. A. Rowland Furniture Store
Buys, sells and exchange now and
2nd hand furniture All kinds of
repair work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty. Right
prices. 247 North Commercial St,
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDER, Proprietor .
1255 N. Summer Street, Salom, Oregon.
WHY NOT havo that piece of furni
ture or chairs that are broken, or
out of repair, made a good as ever,
at Shea'u furniture repair shop. 85H
Chemekota street, between Commer
cial and Liberty. Phone 181. 3-17
SALEM SCAVENGES Garbage anfl
refuse of all kinds removed on month
ly contracts at reasonable rate.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone Main, 167;
Residence, Main 2272.
IN THE COUNTY COURT
Of the State of Oregon for Marion
County, In Brobate
In tho matter of the estate of Phil
lip Carter, deceased. Notice of hearinjf
of final account.
To all persons interested in the es
tato of Phillip Carter, deceased: ou
are hereby notified that on the 12th
day of March 1919, Donald W. Miles
tiled ir this court hi final account as
administrator of tho estate of Phillip
Carter, deceased, and that said final
account will be heard by this tjourt 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
bouse , Salem, Marian county, Oregon,
and you are hereby cited to appear at
the tune and place above designated;
and show cause if any exist, why said
final account should not be allowed
and tho said administrator discharged
from his 'trust.
Dated thi 12th day of March, 1919.
W. M. BUHHBX, .
First publication March 13th.
Last publication April 10th.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
127 North High
All kinds of auto repairing by an ex
perienced workman. All work guar
anteed to be satisfactory. Studebajt
er repairs a specialty. D. B. Modr,
203 N. Commercial.
BRING YOUR TRADES
BRING your trades. I can match yoa.
C. W. Niemeycr, all branches of rU
estate and Canada lands, 215-218
Masonic buildiug. Phone 1000.
FOR SALE A good double team har
ness, will trade for hay or grain,
or will exchange for good dry wood.
See Square Deal Realty compear.
some fencing, 1,000,000 ft of saw
timber, estimated by county cruiser,
70 acres, 5 acres cleared, small shack
30 miles from Portland, 4 miles from
Mulino which is a railroad town of
200 population, on the road, close
neighbors, must be sold, $S50.
20 acres, 'all in cultivation, best Of
fruit land, well drainud, on the road,
8 miles from Salem will take $1009
cash-, carry $1200 back for 4 yeari
at 6 per cent.
6 room bungalow, the finest arrange
ment in the citw, el ttrically heat
ed, moro cabinet work than any
house in Salom, all now, will sell o
very casv terms, located on pave
T acres fines strawberry land, 2 milea
from Salem limits all in cultivation,
, 50 ac,res .all cultivated, good build
ings, 4Vi milea from Salem, will ,take
small payment down, $IC0 per acre.
24.15 ncres, 16 cultivated, 8.15 tim
ber, 5 in 3-year old prunes, 5 logan
berries, all tho very best of soil,
rooie house, barn, some outbuildings,
near ichool and church, on tho best
of rock road, 8 miles out, only $7,-
000. . .
If you are looking for snnp and th
best buys come in see me.
'SOCOIjOPSKY, Buyno building. "
NO CASH REQUIRED Good overcoat
shoes and suits, all 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 youl The Capital
Exchango, 837 Court St. Phone 49S,
THE FIX-IT SHOP
Umbrella repaired and recovered,
razors, knives, scissors and law
mowers sharpened, saw filing, lock
smithing, kodaks, alarm clocks, mus
ical instruments and rollor top deski
repaired. My specialty is ropairinf
everything in tho light repuir line.
New location is 317 Court i?t. Phoaei
lup 403, Res. 11(H). AMn B. Slew
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET At
McCornsck haU on every Tusi
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. P. J. Kunta!
EC. H. ft 8.
ROYAL Neighbors of Atnorica, Ore
gon Grape camp No. 1300 meet everf
Thursday evening in MoCornack bail
Elevator service. Oracle, Mrs. Car
rio E. Buun, 648 Union St.; recoi
dcr, Mrs. Melissa Persons 1415 N.
4th St. Phono 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA)
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6246 meeta
.every Thursday evening, o o'eloesr
in McCornacfc hall, over Meyer
store. Ray A. Grant, V. C; P. A,
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Ameni
bly No. 84 meets every Thursday tit
8 p, m. it Masonic Temple. Norma L.
Torwllligcr, M. A.; C. A. Vibbera,
secretary, 340 Owc,nr itract.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
j Pratum, Or., March 20. Beiijumi
Hninseyer spent ti e week end iwth rel
atives in Portland.
Huivey Welty ii; visiting with his par
ents at Pratum. He recently received
his discharge from the army. lie haa
boen atutioned at Camp Lewis.
Miss Anna Schrocder returned oa
Monday to her place of employment im
fealcm. Sho has been visiting at koraa
for the past two weeks.
Charles Aiuttt, who has been visit
ing with his mother arid sister for th
past to weeks, left Monday for Port
land. Miss Clara Harper spent several day
in Salem last week with -relatives,
Mrs. Hubert Humphries visited with,
her parents ovir tho week end.
Misses Anna Li.-old aud Eleanor
S)'hn:ip intended t.ie teachers' institut
in Salem on SalurJ'ij last.
A sui f rise party in honor of Harvey
Welty was held at the J. W. Walty
home last Thursday evening. About 3
young pcoplo were present.
. and Mis, D. W. BushneU of Sa-
!e;r. were recent visitors at the Goorga
Hc.haep home. -I
Harry Fit-. i'Ovf, another oldler hoy,
received his It ncrable discharge and re
I turned home fri ni Camp Lewis last
Elmer Loisy left this week for Port
land. He expects to remain for soma
time. '' ' ' 1