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News SaBfcns RloTiSoulfi
As Helffas Well-Known
, !n ThaFComrmmity
MONMOlJTrT; f ATffftTst TfiV
iad newi' Jr.tft:flelf pf T, jJ
Alsip, liTed fai the . Mistletoe dls-i
met where heTiair a large prune
and timber ranch.
Ha waa- oxneiLand. manager .ot M
iae aronmeujh. prune dryer ial!
was returning-irom a-pruneiell-tngr
trip ta Sputfr DakotaZ tHi'
expected to reach homMonaif:
night; that -evening, found them n
at Boardman, 17 miles 'east of
PortiatB. . ...
Due to delays the Alaips were j
rriTellhg i lalahh-i.at: the crest H
or a nm tneycame directly on a
man who seemed to have been
going fast - aJsd-a head ' ori col
lision was Tie result.
CiieaV Crastied , J , .
Rega'rdleea t of bumpers- both
cars were ielcope'd wrenching
the wiring Into short ' circuits
which at't , both ears, on f Ire Mr.
Alsip who was drlVlng had his
chest eras bed,,
. His da-hter-ia-law, if rn.
Olady ; Aisle!, who waa rKUaal
with him receded -serious scalp;
wounds and was unconscious ua-i
til atter rwreathed the-Hermis-
The'drlTer of thV ether car- la
. the heard on ,ollislot wasNWfl-
ber Stayer 'of Imogen; -Ore wttb
was aWo sent ttt the bespKal with
.serious cuts am? 'bruise's.
, Mr. Alsip- was bom la Da
.corah, I6wa S years ago In Jan
uary. He lrres' at Austin; Minn..
and in Broofclngr, & D. and fa
Eiontana, arrlriii fn Oregon lfr
4 Sobs Sorvlre
He wXs afrmated with ITiS Won
mouth grange and was one of the
advisory bdard of We farmers
union besides his widow he- is
survived by foor sons Russell,
tn, Henry and -Prank.
Earl L. McNutt of Eugene re
ceived the contract for widening
the highway' for three miles north
of Monmouth to the Clows corner
there has been a great many,
serious accidents alotfg this
stretch of road 6rae to the- deep
ditches dn both sides as the-road
bed is being widened and the
aides built up to offset tha crown
in the center. One side of the
! three mile stretch Is being taken
at a time. Hence there win be a
delay in "traffic of 20. to 30 min
utes. Gold weather was-: experienced
by Mrs. R. D. Elliot and children
who returned this week from a.
month's visit with her sister and
tamily on Puget Sounds
Registration for the last half
at the summer session has a
slight decrease of the first sem
ester. The registration is 539.
P0WEL.L6 TO SCIO
JEFFERSON, An. Z -i Mr.
and Mrs. E. F. Powell and family
motored to Sclo to the hoars- of
Mrs. Powell's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jobs Merritt. A party was.
given in honor of Laverne Mer
ritt. Mrs. Powell's brother, it be
ing his 21st birthday.
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LTber1. mIgnt b otae lives,
rush lor a deaff lfhef ahMK- nt
VUedJUoiia" were.markeA h Si
ImPrcepUble slow shifting of the
seafeQaq. j, .
tHefeV tlipe Pe-fcHnl
sure the . Carters won't .mfaul if
yo take k" glanee at It as weiga
1 ?Tke- the ; thin away." Peterl
asfie with- a-grimice-of 'dlstost.
"This is vacaiion, I tell you! Aad'
Jcdqn honR; la theeoaanany f
the sailors" who spend' their time
ashore in rowing around .the lake.'
nor-Bo I feel any'afflnity fofthe
postmen who are alleged ; to de
vote thelr vacations to lonr
' 'HA fucked4-his arm Through1
Barbara and iohtinued" solemn
ly. wiahii might never see. a
newspaper again. I wish vacation
would last forever."
L "HoTl? " "BaTbara'a fnort waa A
bnrlesHne ImitaUoV of Carter
favorite - criuversatioriar respohae.
As' they mounted' the wooden
teps to: the'veraadih, a' snftrtl
Bar figure "appeared" l the door
way, ..a f igure f 6r Vhwn 'tffe ad
jective spry teemed to have been
Mis' Piper, before Jatretsi it,"
Mrs. Carter' demanded; her eyes
darting not uumirthfully to the
huge figure" shihrped 'ia' the big:
rocking-Thkir. "He Jeift scatter it;
air -avonwd -ftn the floor f 6 me to
VUkPM. AJUn'l that jest like a.
mat?lfhe has it'last, heVthe
be that hks to put it together
again to take up tb the- Jenklna-
Barbara asked, her lips twitch
ing. "Maybe you'd caM It that. The.
Jenkinses art' trs each pays half
of the stihscrlptlen. We get It
first, and I'ean cnt out the reci
p&r and things like tha if I want
to. Then Jenktmr gets-it and can
keep it to light the fire with. We!
figured that was fair to both of
tis. But maybe you and Mr; Piper
won Id like to look at it while I
set -the table for-Bupper."
. ."Peter's off newspapers for
life," Barbara laughed. "You see
he works on this same Herald in
tne city, and he- wants id get
dear away from everything. She
pare Mrs. Carter's hand a friend
ly pat as the older women turned
to go, and her voice dropped to
a note of grave sincerity.
Tm so glad we happened to
stop here last night," she said.
"I think we'll stay the rest of
our time here. Eh, Peter?"
"Hre world forgetting, by the
world forgot' that's the stuff
for me," Peter agreed, little
knbwlng how often, in the hectic
days that followed, his chance
quotation would recur to his
-mind in accents of grotesque ir
Mrs. Carter had turned to- re
enter the house and Barbara was
settling herself in the squeakiest
f the rocking chairs when the
little group was startled into im
mobility by the sound of a voice
from the road.
"Hey! Tey there!"
The hail broke in the sobbiag
gasp of one whose breath can be
caught only in ah alow jerks.
Peter leaned over the rerandah
railing and peered tnto the gath
ering twilight at the figure of a
Wotnan tunning unsteady," waver
ing steps up the walks. One hand
1(1 1 pawl i nt
8 Greek-fd ,
. i-jiaor. ,
tl ' iuvnaors
. ot AJgiera
tat t.t.t a t a t y.
aolnHou la yea i-naect
. xour .
at. .Pit ISIBIAINiDI
er Waved with weak urgency to
attract atfcntloa. r
With surnriain mtw .r.,-
- snpnorxajetiae i
fVvf1 " -taggers
tUrtt'aet io.m and caugit
eVp, tSximthitg vturrih'
halpne4ShdiiB ta iherrmlH
injc lar a m". Ttiftn hw ahalrl
ing kneev,,gav -way .under hei
and ahe .sAng' exajiatedn th3
lowest .atep. .-Mr. Mortlson'i
dead! He's been
faJlea; ayer,. dn; ie. tahlf at jthe
nout nouse omce. There's na
body there but one oCJbe Hands
and Mis' Ererett Tod; otta come1
with tme right away",;
Sm. weJU come - Carina
voice rumbled soothingty. i'Bit
youd better stay here: You" alat
in no 8Ate to wilk a' mlleand r.
nair mcx -to-nhe' rttWL Ton'r
Uh Thea"; ouU , . , .
ran most every kteto bT that
way -here," Mrs: Coaki said, mouw
phar her drippfnr f oreheud wtthl
sleeve of her, gingham. dresaJ
But I ckat star. I cotta get
Peter, after - liatenfag alfeatly
to'MfaCoak'a Cragmemiaix state
nynt, , had, awuugi hls.lea. legs:
oer the Tefimtah-. raillhg
oisaibpeared- Ifkei av. gray1- ahadewi
into the dusk,
The souad of sputleriag eelf-i
starterj mergif g fato - the ateady
whirr, of a'raettg-autombbileeiw
glne' came front the side yr4
where "Bessy : Peter? -antiqnat-1
ed and valiant car," was-parked
under a tree. - -
The hea4Ughtsswe th-grasd
turning its green to a sickly yeH
low, as the car nosed her way to
Leaving the; engine nmatag
Peter Jumped Over the door with
out opening It.
"Get. in, both bt yot m run
ydu out there, and yon can tell
oa what, it's all about our the
way," he said. "How long has
the man been dead?"
(To be continued)
Tout hundred and fifty grade
crossings have been eliminated in
New York state under a law re
quiring their acbilltion.
'POLLY AND HER
HV TOVltf TO BLAME.
rlartTiv-r ) fYU A LVNCVItMG SoW rrtx SOMEONE. ELSE "TO
5iLjrl BACK "JV1AT ( -.V )LO I MUCH, 5WERffr; Cl VM isave noubown kcv
JfAAP -MOW, w .1 I VCQETS A CHANCE EM? WEU. VOO'LU
,- -"W -mis is&rupfe-H: yvgKVg;
J UOW THAT WfcVEi M6 XTHlr4K
t w&kihi ser out ' d Sick Ai'
v - Of rrns . l
VjH3& TWO iWCN
fOR BIG Cill
Iiiai4am 4 m AIm.. . LL
JOiIarj ong of fuypueT flndin
JUasJl jr . hcraeli tie SIM
verton streets on certain honra
of Tuesday aft8-WedBsday-aextJ
Itoi! Jiqatteaa- and va3$r
sianaL men. are r6Tnl toelMcW
Even yerfon'sTIg MWmUX. tb.
Silver .Pajla- Ttmt2fr company
mill, will ahut Jfowa.
i.; .Thw-oecaatop iorauch, acUeaa
heeehail ej,Oi Tu4ay,busl-
.. housea . . wilt , 6se,. fc0ffl(
frycaia- to : attend, the air, toua
wbiohr; makea- a," nooodat stoi
hare -at that-time. Oa, Wedas4
day morning,' according t, prea-
ent- plans, the stores wlU citfse
at 11:51 and, rttfrai eioaed fos
thh i-ffmaCutler 6f ft4-dy feoM
emyone carr itteu4- the bal)
game. at Tomad.:Jwifhout tfeft
of Ml . comietttor "fclktilg- "art
Tola business, tnto. report of
thnse-whb are uot te bustaeaarlt
wbtld-'fteeaa 'that there -will bd
ttatdaeaa reft- fW ton t B4
P4ensvaeBiaks? ma tftruil
a "apeeHtt tralir to- Pertlari tet
To Have Reunion
TtTRNER, Aug, t' Mr. 'and
Mrs; E. 8. P rttber and . young
son, "fetandf ord, . Jr are- apeudiag
Sunday at- the heme of Mrs
Prathers parents', Mr. aad lira;
N. W. Hntehens of' McMtnevillev
where Hutcheaa family ple&U
wilt be held at the home- farm. On
the banks of- th- Yamhill river
Many relatives are expected
some from long distance.
E. S. Prather owns' and oper
ates tire Turner drag store.
r A0 -r
9 Decide Letter It!
' BROOKS, Aag.411 Fire
thmataifiil ihn' hmitmf Mr.
wnen tbe chimney biraed
out mmd caught the roof om
Ore, but by quclc action aad
a pail oi wtertthroex-tir
wae eximgjaihd jutd little
damace raa, de.
f Oiriew ' Ahcr cseitMa4.
rs PoOl slipped kb' te wet
bo alid off the roof of the
porch injuring hla bade
HiE IT 111'
TITRXER,. Aug. 1 Tie . fisst
onr thealr new Bridges tuader
coniraet ta be bulltbv the ei
41. by. JQeceaaher, 1, waa, throwil
eveu. ies uima inn. rimr t tha
rVeek. The; hew Tiridra - ii mnri
rappreclated by 7 the ttareillngJ
yuuuc. ini permanent oanisterf J
are yet to Be placed and other
. 1 I Ml . . . 1
oetaut are te be completed
Uoyd, Harradex, a. rural mil
carrier out ox woorurn was 1
caning- ou om triemaa the first w
thw weelt. Mr. Barradu owaed ai
ram near Turner some rears
Pipe Line For
Gas Going Down
In Dallas Area
DALLAS August 8 Work oa
laying the pipe line ef the, Port
land Gas and Coke company. will
commence in Dallas, Monday
morning, with a. craw of 25 men
on the. Job. Wkh the mala line
completed, the distributing sys
tem will be started. An. office. will
be opened . August 4. in the
Brown building on Court- street.
Announce meat, as to the local
'manager has not yet been made.
"Safe -From Safety
The Hard-Befled Effg's 'Shen'"
iniiiiiuaii itiiiiJiit.' i t ttsMwriii' i Niiui'iri.Ti it-riui
ON AUGUST 24
All COJnty to Join; TaDd
Uade on, Oregon's Pri-
ttlafjUBf&that of the. MadeaV
.IgMrfige rriday evenirig plana
jpon.. mmftne iocai grange
Pfcaftt to- bt-heM at Baxel Green
August" 10. and for the countr
"TtTange- picnic to be held at SU
agriculture cemmiuee- gare- a,
report on-the detaonBtratlon irl-
ea leeeutly- Tw representative iff
iroiAg wanaoa, ta4ue,
, lahk Bowrr Talk
Prank 'Bowers of the ' lerisia-
tttv cottmittfe gav talk on tha
primary law4 of Oregon.
Mr. Bower also exhibited: sev
eral fine heads of whit a HolianH
Wheaf arown liThfar neirbhorhooa
t Waido? Hills,' A: greater per
tent Of the, heads - had five, keru-
ais io ine mean.
During the : lecture hour Paul
Silk a. gave, a-; piano ' ixumber aad
Mrs. Baal -Siike accompanied br
Dorothy Boweuv'violin, and Paul
Sllke .piano, gave sereral vocal
The rest ef the program was
furnished' by. the. Turner eem
munity eraheetra wader the di
rection ef Mrs.' Karl: Cook and
ftompoaed of the followiaz .rnem-
1r Ineft Barnett, LilHaa Pet
erson, Lewis Fowier Mrs, Wall
er Miller, violin; Rassell Denver,
and Bert McKay, eoronet; Mr.
Itrulna. clarinet: Keaaeth' fow
ler, cello; Harold Fowler, banjo;
Mrsi Earl Cook and Mary Miller,
Next Meet Sefrtember
After the program lunch was
served. The next rteetina will he
held September 5.
SCOTTS MILLS. Ana. 2. H.
S. Dixon is remodeliae his home
putting on a new porch, new roof
or nre proor shingles and paint
ing. Mrs. Keebaugh is doing the
TWEREfS HO USE.
ARGUING AWITU VOU
FELLOWS-MXfRE SET om
HANGING ME FOR A.
crime; i Airwo coAAAnrrrn.
fl VOUBETORCING Mt. TO
de.com t a ruGmvE-
BOT I'LL PROt TD SOU
SOAECAV THAT SMVSTER
AND PETE ARE CROOKS
AND I'M INNOCENTy
1 Walt nfeNgy. I
1 STTO t&
r StW OUT t IX hOO HATOJJI ' 1 1 BW V0tE'nbo3J&-vRTr3D;ill
m mTi r&Sk SO'0 MKB GOSH. A
Ji1 ,SJPP0RT Tvf W?5AL dcvSXJ ALMOST "FORGOT - HERB'S J
-L HlEl HA PROMISED
1 0 " VtfTi
Bike, itsn uvtroy
Cox; Leg Broken
IWDIEXDEXCE. Aog. a
"Baddy" Jonee, 12, yons
SCin U Mr. uid afM, V .N.
ilpaveswho Uj en farm
Just west or town, had the
mislpnftBelo, be rua overbj.
A car while ridljog his M
cjcle comfaif to Iadepeadr
He was taken, te a doctor's
office, aud it. was found that
Nboti bouca In the right lent
- tokOVTH.-AugusI 2,-. T.
Haber. coming la. from the hay,
field work was. happily aurpriaed
on his birthday. Mrs. A. p. Haber
had a dinner set for. a kinr mi
eluding . deUcipua ice- cream, aad
5tre -ub,a, waa spread ,ua
p:er..the grne arAor carrying out
cneme, ot purjae . and .white, '
The cake carried S9 eandLes.
Fred said "he didn't belieye
there, should he that man v can
dles on a cake.
Weds Girl at
SALEM HEIGHTS. Anruat 2-l
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Pruitt and
family, Elvia Pruitt aad wife
drove to Tillamook Friday where
they .will attend a family reunion
and celebration in honor Of their
son Harvey, who was married
Friday morning td Miss Hazel
VISIT FROM NEBRASKA
RICKET, Aug, 2. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold McMIUin have been
entertaining relatives from Mc
' Mark Miller of Newberg is help
ing his father-in-law R. Hoots to
harrest his grata.
-waawMNi w mm m a TWwl
ACCOUNT OR MA8CV
rr4 l) A
(STAND BACKN DONT LET HIM ) - I
BEFORE: TWEV I I BUUTF SOU. BOSS"! 0(l n
HAVE TD CARRV I DONT TWIN HE'S 1 Yrt VW
A VOO BAC- t f rfw A GOT A PERMIT IFJ JEt i 1
m fsr a a r j iwaki wo- " w m-rw a v a tust rj iv i f r n mm www it
HI ? . ' HJweVE: SCREEkIED
sk V'& V WITH -A -r-f
-St i Wr Ghorkiets'J
i u u i a. 1 1 1 a
Rcv 0. Peterson JBufist
At Dalfss Club From
XXALLAS August 2f-Tha rri
day, luaifheen ol th XJtania
elub- was held U 4he city park.
-wUh Jaeirc Hewitt. -ia chug of
tha swimming ia8tructloa,:Mj the
aakir My. Hawitt apok of tha
advautagea. of 'being aal to
swim, some of the 'precautions to
be obserred, methods of life aa-r-in
and ' tla .'-fenefltt- rto. "de
rived froin, auperviaed instruction.
A jisitor at the luacheon was
Rev..O. D- Peterson. of Lewis
ton, Idaho, -who raade a few re
marks on the pleasure of again
meeting with t be ekib. Rev. Pe
terson waa pastor of tha First
Christian ehurch . of JJallaa, anUl
be mOved eta JjQwitoo 4aat talL
- R. R. ImMer. oreaident of th
club announeed- that theannual
picnic, for membera aad their
families would be held la the
park; Friday evening. 'August I.
IS III FOE
MONITOR. Aug. 2. Tuesday
Mrs. lt0. White received a let- '
tar from .her mother. Mrs. Lawia
Melby.Twho Is on of the Ootii
Star mothaca making tha nil.
grimaga. to. France, atatinsr that
she had. arrived, in Cherbourg 4on
July 17, at tito a. m. From
there aha.-took tha train far
ParU arriving at 2 n. m... where
ahe waa ataying for a few days
ai ue Moti Lutetia. On July
IS the American mothers were
to visit the French cemeteries
with the mothers of France and 1
on the lath Mrs. Melby would
visit St. Mlhiel where her son. '
Harry Melby, la buried. Mrs.
Melby will return on the Presi
dent Roosevelt and expects to be
home about. August 8.
By CLIFF STERRETTj
By iff AlYIURPHY
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