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Strict Regulations Placed on
Exportation Finds Mon
By Benlah Craver
MONMOUTH, Tk 11. Wil
liam Rlddell Jr., who reached
home this week from a " two
months' trip la New ZealalTd,
cam Tla Victoria, B. C, oo the
Aorangl. a Canadian-Australia a
steamer. He reports a very pleas
ant Journey, found Romney sheep
to bo the most popular breed la
New Zealand, where there are
more than 1500 - registered pro
ducing flocks. Strict censorship
Is Imposed on all exported breed
ing stock by authority of the New
Zealand Romney Breeders' asso
ciation, which permits the ship
ping of only high grade , animals
which are rigidly -Inspected for
suitability. . . '
Buyers do not travel at will
from farm ' to farm in. Quest of
sheep as in America. Large brok
erage firms which handle wool
sales, breeders' commodities and
the like, hare agents stationed In
every town who introduce the
buyer to the producers. In fact
the producers are apprised by the
agent of the buyers' coming that
the flocks may be In readiness for
Inspection. Buyers are placed-on
a sort of waiting list and must
wait for the opportunity to be
A crouo of these agents "re
layed" Mr. Rlddell .wherever he
wished to go at the expense of
the company. High grade -Rom
ney ewes sell there for 10 guineas
each and rams for SS to S00 guin
Mr. Rlddell bought 40 animals,
which tnclude his personal pur
chase of two choice rams and sev
eral ewes. He also bought - for
"W. R. Russ, Eureka; D. N. Oould,
Hydesville, Cal.,, and for C. G.
Gibson, Halsey, A. ' H. Craven,
Monmouth, and Orvllle Doerfler,
Marion. ! ;
Theee sheen represent one of
the finest importations of breed
ing stock ever brought to Amer
ica. They win be shipped from
New Zealand February 12, as In
surance regulations require that
cheep be fed . for at least two
weeks on dry feed prior to ship-
Sing, to accustom them to shlp
oard fare. The shep reach. San
Francisco April 1.
BROOKS, Feb. 11. The. Girl
Scout troop recently organised 'by
Mrs. H. Lj. Graffius, is now fully
organised f and " working nicely.
Those who passed their Tender
foot test Friday -afternoon were;
Pearl Vogt, Wilda Cutsforth and
Ellen Vogt. The test will be giv.
BROOKS CIS K
..yen to others at the next meeting.
,,r Mrs. H.B., Booster! is suffering
i & with a very painful, ulcer on her
left eye. "
M bis Florence Bo wley and. Mr.
and Mrs. Garrett were recent
guests at the home of their fath
er. William Bowley. : f
The many i friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Nlbler will be glad to
hear- that their little daughter
Marlon who was severely, burned
about a month ago Is recovering
lj- Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Stevens
entertained on Tuesday evening
the officers and teachers of th
rresoyrerian sunaay - seuooi at
their home. After the business
seraion, Mrs. Steven? eerred dain
-The home of Mr. ard Mrs. Verr
Jones was the scene of a mery
500". party recently. At a lat
hour delicious refreshments wen
served by the hostess. v
Rockefeller, Sr., Takes a Rest
I - W&fS s ktl. - ' f XS2v -" ' -
t Despite the battle between the Rockefeller family and Colonel Hob
ttt W. Stewart for eoatrol of tlM UQdArd Oil company of Indiana,
John D. Roekefeller, Sr finds time to vacatlea wltlt Fraak Hedley,
iwesMent of the Tntcrborovait ltpid Tnualt company. New Tort!
cvbway operators, at the Rockefeller estate at Onaoad Bearh, pi.
THE OLD HOME TOWN
' Sm ' '
A "ff Oirj
A3 - r WCfI III HI forces cfnaturc -
' W s4 "jZVX lrW SRS AGAINST j-,
AUNT SARAH PtTABoOY APPEALED ON
MAIN STREET, OUST W TJME To
DEUVER ANOTHER. UECTUfcR
MONMOUTH. Feb. 11. A de
bate schedule has been announced
in which participants from Ore.
gon- Normal school will be fea
tured. The debates will all be
dual, one team being sent to the
contesting college, the other re
maining to meet the team sent
here on the same date.
Definite dates are February 18,
with Willamette university men's
team on Insanity Question; Febru
ary J5, wlthuLinfield college, on
Jury Question r: March 4 with Pa
cific university," on Insanity : ques
tion; March 80, Southern Oregon
Normal school i" mixed team, on
jury Question; March 11 or 13,
Oregon State college frosh men's
teamlOn jury question; March -7
with Oregon State -college om
en's team on insanity question.
The schedule is not,fomplete.
and Bo permanent team member
ship selection has been" made. A
tentative lineup for February IS
Is Affirmative, Lyle . Thomas and
Algernon Gross; Negative, Carl
Rasxnussen and Wlnfleld Atkin
son. - Others who will debate . on
the men's team during- the year
are: Alva Blackerby, Carl Morris
and William Wymer. George C.
Berreman is acting as debate
coach. . . " , ..
GIVE TALK TODAY
INDEPENDENCE, Feb. 11,
Dr. Kate Jamison, i dean at Ore
gon Btate college will address the
Parent-Teacher's association Tues
day. The meeting will be ealled
it 3 o'clock and after the pro
gram refreshments will be served.
The . dental . office which was
:prmerly rented by Dr, 'CW, Wi
rud will soon be occupied by Dr.
r. K. Clanahan of Beaslde.
Silverton Youth Is
Nearly Crushed As
Barn Roof Crashes
SILVERTON, Feb. 11. Lou
Thomas, eon of I. D. Thomas, nar
rowly escaped death . recently
when he walked out of his barn.
Just as the heavy roof, weighted
with snow, crashed in.
A few minutes before as he had
stood In the barn he heard the
rafters - creak, looked up and
walked out. Once outside, the
roof fell In. There was no live
stock In the barn at the time. .
WACONDA. Feb. 11. The
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hall of Mission Bottom was the
scene of - a merry surprise party
recently given in honor of their
daughter, Miss Mae Hall. She
was . presented with many : lovely
gifts after which music and sing
ing and cards were enjoyed. At
a late hour '; refreshments were
The guest group Included, Mr.
and Mrs. George Lemery, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Barker , and- children,
Lona' Mae and Jeanette Barker,
Mr, and Mrs. Allyn- Nusom and
sonDbnald Nusom, Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Fltts- and children, Robert, Carl,
Oral Lee and Murlal Fltts. Mr.
and Mrs, Francis Nusom, Mr. and
Mrs. Brltt Aspinwall, Mr, and Mrs.
Ray Jones, Mr. and Mrs, Julian
DeJardin, Mr, and-Mrs, Howard
terson.-AIr end Mrs. E, W.: Man
ning, Mr. : and Mrs, - Henry Stal
Booster, Mr, and Mrs, Pearl Pat
ford, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Goffin,
Mr.' and Mrs, 811 Wane, Mr, and
Mrs, Frank Felton and children,
Duane and Velle Felton, Mr, and
Mrs. John Jelderks, Miss Gertie
Capps and Miss Grace Thrapp of
Salem, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hall
and the honor guest, Miss Mae
Hall, , "
Recent guests at the home of
Mr, and Mrs. I. A, Loran were
Mrs, Clara Bouthwlck, - Charle:
Cook end' Mr, and Mrs, . Robert
Smuts, all of Salem,
Mrs, Ivan Brundridge la recot
ering fim a severe : case of In
fluenza. H. B. BLACK TALKS
TO CLUB AT DALLAS
V DALLAS, Feb. 11. The Easi
ness Men's association met for Its
second ratherln at the Christian
church Thursday night.
The By-Law committee, H,; G,
Campbell and H. A. Johnson re
ported and the . by-lows wefe
adopted. ' The pro'gram commit,
tee was O. W. Curtlsa, Abe Frle
sen and E. A. Woods. The re
freshment committee was Al Mc
Cann, w':;-'. K w -"
A Ulk by H. O. Black was the
principal feature, of the evening's
: Officers of the association aret
H, B. Dashill, president; O.iW.
Curtlss, vice president: Virgil Mr
Mrs. Ellis Gives :
S" enter tafned
Thursday evening ; by Mrs. Wi R,
Ellis. Present- were Mr. -and
Mrs. Bmil Feboet- Mr.! and - Mra.
Lew - Ballanjtyne, Mr, and Mrs.
George Kurre, Mr, and Mrs, WaL
er Muir, Mr, and Mrs. William
Weaver, - Mr. aod Mra. W. R.
Bllia,:: t:,. I 'f 3
The ' luncheon 'served eonalsted
of Chaam Torte, Individual angel
eakes and -eoffe, ..:-?;
NICE SOCIAL AFFAIR
BRUSH COLLEGE. Feb. 11.
Mrs. Alice Olson entertained the
Brush College Helpers recently.
Mrs. Steina Schindler, president.
presided. Mrs. Hazel Hatch, sec
retary, read the minutes of the
ast meeting. Mrs. Lehman read
the devotional exercises. Mrs
Marie Flint McCall, upon the re-
luest of Mrs. Steina Schindler,
-ead the article - which had cre
ited such Interest at the Sweet
Briar club recently, "The Origin
of Oregon and its Geology."
The hostess served delicious re
freshments assisted by Mrs. Mary
Olson and Mrs. A. D. Olson.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. V. Lee Gib
The guest list Included: Mrs.
Flola, Mrs. Lang and Mrs. Stod
dard. . Members present were:
Mrs. Buell. Mrs. Oorydon Blod-
gett, Mrs. Fred Ewing, Mrs. Bar
bara Foch, Mrs. waiter Hatch,
Mrs, U. G. Lehman. Mrs. Marie
Flint McCall. Mrs. Mlers, Mrs.
James Oliver, Mrs. Mary Olson,
Mrs. Helen Olson, Mrs. Alice Ol
son, Mrs. A. D. Olson, Mrs. John
Schindler, Mrs. Ferdinand Singer,
Ms. A. E. Utley and the- hostess.
Finishes Its Work
G E R V A I H, Feb. 11. The
Southen Pacific welding crew,
which was tent here in December,
has completed its work In this
area and has been- transferred to
Hubbard" Their work was to
tevel and correct all def ecu in
-.he rail- along the track. . They
were housed in a special car pre
pared for sleeping quarters and
took their meals at the local hotel
Fetes Her Pupils
HUBBARD. Feb. 11. PupUs of
the fifth and sixth grades of the
Hubbard school were delightfully
sntertalnsd by their teacher. Mrs.
Lottie Fry, at her home in Aurora,
Colorful ralentlne decoratlops
idded a festive note to the party
and the "post-office" game , in
which each guest received a comic
valentine at the post-office - and
wad called on to read its con
tents, proved very popular. Fol
lowing- the games a delicious
luncheon was served,
r Mrs. Ellen Carl, Mrs. Sadie
Rich, B, L, Johnson; and L. A.
Beckman escorted the children to
and from the party. -
SILVERTON. Feb. llr-At the
annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Coolidge MeClain bank.
the following directors were elect
?i: M, O. Ounderaon, chairman of
the board. Minnie MeClaine Keece,
A, F, ' McClalne Jr., 7, Ai Key-
loiaa, u. w, nesne, u ,a. . iiey- j
colds. At a meetlnsr of the newly
elected . board of dlrectorcs, th.
following officers 'were elected:
President,; M. O. Ounderson, vice
presidents, Mrs. M. MeKeene, Al
fred Coolldge, C. A. Reynolds;
cashier, J, A. Campbell, - .
Auburn Man .Goes
East On Business
AUBURN. Feb, 11. L. Fesklna
has gone east to look' after his
property, at his I former home in
Dickenson, Nv where he will
visit his daughter. MrtJL, li Kup
peran.' ajfd will also visit a daugh
ter; Mrs. Emll Sechnex la Bonner,
Mont, - - . - -
Crowd Attends Production at
High School Auditorium
t Friday Evening
VfWOODBURN. Feb. Ill The
- --.-t -trfliinted
an Interesting program to a large
crowd at the high, school auditor
ium Friday evening. The follow
ing numbers were given:
Tint . and 4 second : grades--A
Visit to Btory-Book Land."
Third and fourth grades The
following songs with dramatiza
tion: "Hear the Bells," "FJower
Thoughts." "The Bee," and Pick
aninny's Paradise." -
Fifth' grade Morrto dance in
Fifth and sixth grade boys:
Italian organ grinder stunt.
Sixth grade girls "The Gypsy
Queen.V a story of action in a
kypsy camp. '
Seventh and eighth grades
"Geewhillklns." a play with the
following characters: King of FoL
lvwocs. Alfred Stewart : attend.
ants, Harlan Ashland, Billle Bald
win, Ct-" Turner. Artnur ner
Ick; r v-"3. Ellis JonesV Ben j
Ref--- ' Cammick, Dale
Trnr Charles ;; Thompson,
and t Livesay; Earth .i chil
dren, E -i h Nussear, Geozge Jack
son, Jobn Espy. Marie striae, ana
Barbara Espy; Fairy Queen. Glad
ys Garrison; Butterfly attend
ants, Verna McCarty, Arline Kal-
iak, Ursula Moshberger, June
Mayes, May $Irike, Veda Nendel.
Lema McCalemj fad Gwendolyn
Strike. ' -
HAZEL GREEN, Feb. 11.
Miss Georgia Albee has) organ
ized a girls' cooking club with the
following members: Lucille Dun.
igan, June Dunigan, Ina Zelniski.
Vera Van Cleave. Violet Van
Cleave. Helen Davie. Charlotte
Van Vora Rutherford.
Dorothy Montandon. Hazel Woel
ke. Ruth Montandon. Edna Ruth,
erford. Eml Yada, Symio Mio,
'Violet Van Cleave '1s president,
Helen Davis is secretary, Miss Al
bee is leader.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Cleave hive
returned from California having
spent several weeks visiting rela
tives and friends at Corning. San
Francisco, Los Angeles and San
The program Friday evening at
he school house by the muHlcians
and reader from Cbemawa was
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JCvW: ' ; LrV Drummond Hay,
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instead cf - zzZz ' i
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Crab Lbuey, Soup, Nuts,
s New Year's Banquet
HUBBARD. Feb. 11. Jinx-Yet.
a Chinese, living on the Hop Lee
rarm rour Dulles west of Brooks
entertained friends from Hubbard
and Salem Saturday night with a
banquet in celebration of Chinese
New Tear. Among Oriental dish.
es- served were crab seup, chop
auey. fried noodles, . rice with
sauce, fish, Chinese nuts, candy,
and tea. . Other : dishes on the
menu - -cken. sweet
DOtatoes. fruit salad, ice rram
PIE SOCIAL HELD AT
FRUITLAND. Feb. 11. The
pie social held at the Frultland
school Saturday, February 9, in
behalf of the Frultland basketball
team was enjoyed by all. Several
people from the surrounding com
munities as well as people from
town helped to make up the
The program being sponsored
by the Benner Musical club of Sa-
'era, was one of the best pro
grams ever witnessed in this
The program was as follows: .
Violin solo, Maxurka . . Plynarskl
, Charles Madvornik
Vocal solo, Roses of Yesterday
Violin solo First Air Varle
Vocal solo. Shortening and Bread
Reading, The Country Store....
Violin duet. Angels' Voices
The pies were auctioned off by
Edward Forgard, a local member
of this community, who showed a
;ery good talent in that work.
The Frultland basketball team
will play their next game at the
Y. M. C. A. Monday nlght.at 7:30
igainst the First Christian church
Is Dallas Visitor
DALLAS, Feb. 11. George
Manning, sheriff of Yamhill coun
ty, was in Dallas Friday on off!-'
A marriage license, was issued
?y County Clerk Black Friday to
Klias II. Robin? and Muriel A
Lake, both of Halsey. Oregon.
"I smoke a Lucky i
; Dnrlnc .the ; festivities Oriental
music was played. It was an
nounced that this year represents
at least 4000 according to an old
. G aeats from Hubbard were Mr.
andfcjfrs. I. A. Beckman, Mr. and
Mr. Cleaver, and J. Calvert.
Guests from Salem were Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Walton, Mr. and Mrs
Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Callahan.
and ,T. K. Ford, his wife, mother.
Play at Normal
MONMOUTH. Feb. 11 Mor-
onl-Olsea players will nresent
Autumn Fire," an Irish folk
drama. In the Normal school audi
torium Wednesday evening. Feb
This play was first produced by
the Abbey players of London two
years ago, whe re it met with
marked success. It Is a storv of
simple. folk of Ireland, and ends in
a tragedy which holds a lesson for
This play has met with a cor
dial reception by American "play
eninusiasis, and the high produc-l
w Bionuaru oi me Moroni-1 shown with all the knitted en
Olsen cast Is an Indication that itjsembles created by a prominent
wilt V t 11 a a . 1 "
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WAR veterans are now per- v
mitted by a recent act of
congress to protect theif gov
ernment insurance by a trust
This means you can make
your insurance payable to us as
your trustee, to be used for the
support and education of your H
Consult our trust officer.
Ladd & Bush Trust Co.
AtffV'' T Lady Grace I
The fact that eve were not permitted to moke from '
the time At Qraf Zeppelin left FrUdrichshafen until
ve Uindtd at Lakehunt only increated my appetite
for a Luclcy Strike. Oh, how good that first one tattedl
I'm really keen for Lucky Strike the toasted flavor
U deliihtfuL I tmoke a Lucky instead of eating tweets
that what many men have been doing for years.. ' v ,
I think it high time we women tmoked Luckiea and , .
kept our figure&ztrim.' ' . ,
Grace M. Hay Drummond Hay
The modern common sense way reachjfor a.
Lucky instead of a sweet. Everyone Is doing
it men keep healthy and fit, women retain i
a trim figure. Lucky Strike, the finest tobaccos, : V - L
skilfully blended, then toasted to develop, a
flavor which is a delightful alternative for that ' , 1 ,
craving for fattening sweets. - il
Toasting frees Lucky Strike from Impurities.
2079 physicians recognize this when they say ...
Luckiea are leas irritating than other cigarettes.
That's why folks say x "It's good to smoke
Luckies.w ' . '
(V. Jdhr' Authoritiea attribute the enormous '
increase in Cigarette smoking to the '
improvement in the process of Cigarette man ,
, i&cture by the application of heat It is true
that during 1928. Lucky Strike Cigarettes ,
showed a greater increase than all other Clga ,.v
rettes combined. This surely confirms the
public's confidence in the superiority of
- Lucky Strike.
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Ceost so coast radio hook-up every Saturday night ihroMgh the Uationml
Broadcasting Company's neftiwrlu The Lutky Strike Donee Orchestra
fas "The Tunes that tmode JkosdwmyKDroodway.tt
Three Prospective Locations
Fori Camp Site Proposed
SILVERTON, Iwb. t The
tourist park committee appoint
ed by the local chamber of-com-merce
has reported that
ferent citlsens have offered suit
able locations for a tourist's park.
These will be submitted to the
chamber for consideration. !
Alf Nelson, chairman of the
committee, spent one day In Port,
land recently making inquiries to
ward putting Silverton on the for.
Deputies from the office of
Clyde G. Huntley, collector of In
ternal Revenue, Portland, will
visit in Silverton from March t to
Inclusive, for the. purpose of
assisting tax payers prepare and
compute their taxes. March 11 is
the last day for filing federal. In.
come tax returns. - -
A. L. Larson, well-known Sil
verton jeweler, has announced his
retirement from business. Mr.
Larson will dispose' of his present
stock by special tale.
Swathed turbans are being
designer. - .
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