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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salenu! Oregon, Thnrsday Mining, Januarjy 22. 1931
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Large .Group Hears Favor
able Report of Year's
SUBLIMITY. Jan. tt The
84 th annual meeting, of the
Fanners Fir Relief association
of Sublimity; Oregon, met at
Sublimity on January 17th. 1931
.with tha largest membership In
attendance- that It ever had since
Its organization. There, were!
members' present from Salem,
Woodburn, Mt. Angel, Jefferson,
Scio and Dallas.
The secretary's report showed
insurance written during 1130
was $18,000.00. On January 1.
1131 there were In force 853 pol
icies. Insuring 1870 buildings
and contents tor the amount of
The treasurer's report showed
receipts for 'the year, as pre
miums from new members
$316.50: assessment No. 19
$1,885.72: Interest on seven real
estate loans at f $449.99; to
tal received $2,652.21.
Disbursements: four fire loss'
es $1,576.50; other running
expenses $712.29; total dt
bursements $2,288.79. . Pre
mium assessment No. 19 was 25c
per $100.00 of insurance In force.
Net gain for the year was $36$.-
42. Total tire losses paid In Si
years $12,691.47. Areragecost
- - m. a am
for 34 years was si.su per i-
000.00 of insurance In force per
Tear. Resources and Investments
Include: bank deposits $476.77,
even real estate loans totalling
$8,440.00; total resources 18.-
Clare AI Lee. Insurance com
missioner for the state ot Oregon
favored the occasion by his pres
ence and gave a very interesting
and Instructive discussion on in
surance which was greatly appre
ciated and enjoyed by all mem
Officers and directors for the
' ensuing year are: F. A. Bell,
president, Sublimity; Henry
Stelnkamp. vice president, Aums-
Tllle; Charles liottlnger, secretary-treasurer,
Stayton and dlr
! ectors: O. A. Sandner, Scio, An
drew Fery, Aumsville; Frank
Sallfeld. Salen. and M. Welnacht
Other solicitors are P. (?, Frer-
' es. Stayton, JotA Sllbernagel,
Scio. L. EL HonnifeS, Turner, t and
" John T. Russell, Sweet Home; w.
i IX. Scott, Jefferson; A. O. Hem-
pel, Rlckreall, John t. Plas,
i Scwtts Mills, and W. A. Heater,
Yf i PEOPLE TO
NORTH HOWELL, Jan. 81,
The young folks of the North
Howell grange, under the i dlree-
tinn of their dramatic leader. Mrs
Leroy Esson, have been hard at
w - LA- - t,a ot
"' vw. w. "?
, This play, "Beads on a String."
will be presented at - the North
Howell grange hall on the eve
ning; of January 30.
The cast of the play includes
Catherine Bump, Mabel Drake,
Maxlne Phillips. Ida Peterson,
Geores Cllne. Edwin Coomler, Ted
Stevens and John and Raymond
Admission will, be charged and
there will be music and other at-j
j tractions between, acts.
IT PORTLID OFFICE
I SILVERTON, Jan. 21 Arthur
E. Jans has accepted a position
with the Monarch Insurance
eomnanr with his headquarters
at Portland. Mr. Jans works out
from Portland and at present Is
In southern Oregon. The Jantes
will continue to make their home
at Sllverton where they own one
of Sllverton's lovely new homes.
Ur. Jans was until last autumn
when he resigned, superintendent
of Sllverton's water department.
rifle: club planked
SILVERTON, Jan. 81 The
local roup of Scouts is making
plans for the formation ot a Ti
tle club under the National Rifle
association. Don Goets la the first
qualified applicant, having made
a score of 20 out of a possible
IS points with two bulls-eyes.
Tkaradar. Jaaaarv as
KIX !'. Ke. Portland
S:45 Farm Flaakaa
V-UO Whit ttixard
7:15 Morning Bereoadera . '
-- 7:45 Family Altar boar
S:15 Organ. XB3
- 0:00 Elmor Vinent, tenor
:1 Msrj. KBS
f :4S Enlala Dean, cine sins
10:iiO Ratoa. teaor, Kli.
10:18 Bobort Moo ten, Unor
lo-.so Kodio Bey Krienda
lttOO Meadow Lark ,?
11:18 eon Baa
H:V The Profeaaor
12:00 Happy Hoar Girl orclintr
1 :0S Vocal
1:1V Maaie; dental lector :
1:45 Ron' Sbytbaa &avm
2:1S Bmilia' Sam
a:S0 Orsaa eonoert; aws reel .
S :1S Maiieal Racketeer. NBS
S :0 Piaaa eonrert .
8:45 Ta Tim Tala
4:00 Org onrt, KBS
4:45 Tbeatr Bvtw, Doaa Collins
S :00 fiitot ;
:X Orckeetra, JTBS "V
9 O kfanunil riower. lectar
0 :SO Captale Dan's Traval
:4 ft Matter kleiodle
10 :CO tiuaakioo program
10:30 Jack aad JiU Tavorm rrtr
21:80 VI Meyer' rcWtra, XBS
12 ;0n a ;00 Midnight Rv!lers
TOTS 40 Xa. Partlamd
e:ro KOIS'a Kloek
T:00 Novelty poe
7 :' r:y dtrd . ! ;'
i:0O Polly aad faol
SELLING SPOILS RALLIES OF GRAIN
BIIOOES ONION ETS O
Argentine Rains, Crop
Bullish Factors 4
CHICAGO, Jan. 11 (AP)
Free: selling developed on ral
lies in grains today, and advan
ce failed to hold well. The sell-
In r was associated with stock
market fickleness that largely
counter-balanced price effects of!
abnormal rains in Argentina and j
of wheat crop uncertainties both
in this country and India. Rains
in southern ' Argentina were - re-
ported j almost three times nor
Wheat rloniv! frreeular at 1-8
cent decline to H-5-8 adrancer!
corn i unchanged to 3-S up and
oats unchanged to 34-3-8 higher.
rOItTLAJfD, Or.. Jan; 81 AP
Prodn exchange, art price t butter, x-
traa 15; standard 24; print firU 24:
first SI. Egr. trcih eitrit 20; freak
media 18. .
Niits, Hay and Hops
PORTLAND. Or.. Jan. 81 UP)
Not -walnst. California saw !. 1,
I7ej Oregon, Haw, 37e; almond, 146$
20a; peanut, pecan. STftf
50: filbert. 18M24.
Hay wholesale baying price, 4ellr-
red Portland. .tern r,o timothy,
23.50ff23: do Taller. 819U 19.50: l-
(alfa 4 17.00(918.00: cloer, 18; oat
bar. Sl: atraar. S7S toa; atHn
prla SI to fx mora.
Uopt eti : iao erp, nan.
PORTLAND. Or.. Jna. 11 (AP)
r i Ope a High, Low Cioa
Mar L.L 68 S 08 8 '
Jan. . 65 S3 03 S
Caah markets: wheat : air Band Din.
stem .68 aoft wblto, waatern whit .66;
bard wtater. northern apriuf. weatera
rad 13. '
Oaut No. 3 88 lb. wfalt 22.00.
Corn: Ko. I t T, ahlpment 29.23.
PORTLAND. Or.. J. ai (API
Cattle SS, ealTea 10. quotablr ateady.
(Steer 600 900 Ibe- aood 88.50( 9.10:
medium 1.&0O8.60 common 6.2S(i;7.SO.
Stoera BOO 1100 Ib cood 8.50 41 . 10:
modiom" 7-S06C8.50; coramon 6.25 (J 7.50. '
Steora 1100-1800 lb, rood T.30WB.25;
medium 7.35(8.25. Ileifer 550-850
lb.. to4 7.50 WH. 25; median 6.50 Q
T.50: commoa 5.50 (38.50. Cow, good
S.25((i 8.75 ; eoraaoa and mediam 8.00 fti
a.z.t; low cottar and cotter i.oo'rfj.ou.
Ball (yearling excluded) 8.0045.75;
ratter, commoa and mediam 8.50 5.00.
Vealer. milk fod. 10.&011.50; nie-
dian 0.00(910.50; enll and common 6.00
CrOOO. . Calre 2S0-SOO lba food and
choice B.OOff 10.50: common and medium
Hogs 1350. ateadr.
(Soft or oily bott and rotttlnr pl
excluded). Light light 140 lb.. $8.25
6t.2S! lierht weiat 180 2O0 lb.. 9.00
S.U; aindium weight SPO-S20 lba 8 S5
WB 25) tnadiam weight 220-aoO Iba., o
BfM.ooj aea vaigni su su id., t.ou
fr8 25 fcy weight 290-850 lba.t 7.00
B.5(l. fackln aow ST3-auu id
medium, and rood 8.50 J? 8.00. Feeder
and atoekor pign 70-180 lbt.. rood and
Eheey 100, aaotabif steady. -
Lomha 90 lba. down, aood and choice
$a.75MT85: mediam 6.6OQ S.75; all ,
wrirhtai, common 4.80S.50. Yearling
w io w'0" 'c,!
I 4.50OS.6O. fcwaa 00-120 Iba , mediam
Ito ehoia 2.5008.50: owe 120-150 Iba,
mediam t choice S.25ft8.25: all weight,
enU aad common 1.502.25.
PORTLAND. Or.. '. Jan. 21 (AP)
If ilk atMdr raw milk (4 er cent).
83.00 nor cwt.. delivered Portland leaa
1 per eon: greda u mtiK. f
terfat delivered ia Portland. 31.
PoaltrT (boTinr rrtceal aaavr baa
market 2 cent lower alira. heary hens
over 4 lha.. 20e; tnedlom ken.
4 lba I4ise: light aena liwiso;
apringa. 20; Pvktn Oncka,
tnrkava. No. 1 2aSle: coa. 17a18.
Potato tody No. I rradad. ai.is
3.00; N. 2, Sl.13Ql.30.
PORTLAND, Or, Jan. ai (AP)
FralU and vegetable. rra fmit or
anco. navel, packed. 88 8; iambi
atock. S1.S0O3: grapefruit. Tlorida.
8B.50O4.M; Arisoan. SS.2S; time. - 0
do. cartM. S2.S0: koaannaa. 0 lb. Lm-
oaa California. S2.604i50.
Cbbga teeal. 1W1V4 lb. Cocoa-
hn both. S1.60W2.18. Potato I
Oreroa beochaua. 81.80(31. TO; local
Sit 1.28; XWlb nma. Sl.SO; Takima.
imio eaatal. Oalona aoUtna; price
i retailer 1 Or- No. 1 arada. 600
SOe. Uotaoaa rhubarb extra fancy.
$2.10; Isacr. Sl.SS; koic. fl.80 box
18 IUj ArtUbe 81.85(31-85 do.
Splnacb leoal. 81.2531.40 armng kes:
Wall Walla, $iJHi bos CallfexnU, 82.78
OranlMrria anstam. S1S-S0O20 bbL
Hnckloborrtaa fooer, HQ 12 lb. Orspcs I
emieror. eHQS lb.
Celorv fancy, eS0 torn: keart.
81.40( I.50- do, kwnckoa. Pepper
bIL ma. 1S020 8wt VOtatoe
CnUfomia. 8Q lb.: attra 82 JO I
bnakal. Caaliflower Orajroa. SlOL2:
California. SI SS erat. Parli. new. 8 (3
lfre. i Teiatee aotnowa. - .os(ff a
erat: Maxicsn fS.Vd4.S N. repack
ed. Lettaw ImportaT vnHoy. SS.O0
8.2S per rt. , . " -.
PORT L AKD, Ore., Jan. 81 (AP)
Dreaied pooHry aelllng prlca to reUll
en; tnrtey. poor t food. 2508S;
dock, 25; gee. 18(320; cspont, 28
Q 80 lb.
t:30 Pern! a in fanci, DLB3
11:00 BU Soag
ll:80w-lotrnatlonal KJtcbeft .
1:04 HaoLoM l U Air
2:80 Caeko clsk
S :00 Nawapapor of th air
S:00 Scrap ook
S:80 Kiddi tnk
S:00 Oonoaart Trio
7:00 Lotboraa. leagn. CBS
s 7:80 KOI. Symphony
8:15 Andy aad Virginia
8:80 Stadio geatvree
a : SO law bocker gam
10 :45 McElroy' Oreronlaas
12 :00-l iOO Merrv-Oo- Konnd
. KOW S20 a PartUnd
S :4S . lvotiaI aervic
7:18 HaJkgry Mf
7:80 Otora Day
9:15 Paokinx senool
:45 Barbara Go Id
11:00 Aobt broodca
11:48' 8d progrmm
12 0 Lncnoa coooer
11:15 Karm and Uosm, KBC
1 tOO Town Crl
:18 Maetorworks '
2:80 Job Uaya
2:48 IgSon program
4:80 Orn and plan
4:00 Riutiia bona 2TBO
:0 m 'a' Vady
10:00 IwOKO program
Grade B raw ; 4 milk,
delivered j la Salem, f 2.00
cwt, . . . .
liatterfat at farm 20c.
Salem SIC i : :",
nvrt asto zoztasxxs
Pric paid to (rovers by Salem boyarg.
Jaaoary Si, 1930 i , v
Apple. Uncji i, ,, t.3S
Medium . ; -75-1.25
; veostabues ; "'- '
Anion .- - 'CS-v'
D. 8. X. t , ,, i " i ; 1 1 i ,..TS -D.
8. No. 3 , .. , ii i . 0
U. 8. Ko. 2
Sqoih. pr lb.
OI-tt. p doi kearta
"Eincbet .,-...T -
Calf meat. S3 lbs. ... ....
i Corn, whole, ton - 87.00-40.00
Craefcad aad troand.' toa 88.oo-4i.oo
Mill ma. ton onfttvaanft
nrtn, ton ; 80.0O-2a.00
Est mat, cwt. , a.8S-a.
: Invliif PrtMS
GftAIX AKD HAT
Waaat, waatara rad . 81
Soft whit 54
Barter, toa r, ,-.23.00 to 33.00
Oati, rror. bn. ,-., SSH
Whit, bo. - ,, 83
nyt buying- price
Oata and vetch. ou .
Alfalfa, valley. aoaA eat tin 18--18.
Coaimoa - . H.00
Tab a-rada -
North Pacifla sTat Grower Ataa. Price
rranquettea ' '
tart ,- i ' ' ' ?a
Ma ret tea-
I mAf w A VkTrt UCDi'D
rKJUl- I ; a
tmm c?lv 3oer VI f I luJ IHV
I IS HARD Tt T A X f I I
' VCi v V EK AT-1 OUSSS lf I ri?.ig
. : v I'm ovcR-iNQutsmvs, lv "0Ll?m, -Lt
m ff. 5 CS X'M corioos to cm. x ecfi. MiWi- . J
,1T ' J7 WHAT SUCHX YtXK P-P-PARDoH
MzL p vV A1DU5H 8IRD BOTARastoUTHff V "T
mtlaaM' O ft V g1 Cfcwrt Iff i'i wti rsms '
I WAMT tXJ TO F-fhJD OUT
IF THP- BRAT WAS FIRED
FROM Vfe 6M0BBV SCHOOLV
OR IF- SHE: '
LITTLE 'ANNIE ROONEY
waurr S02e vtx oowr
TOOTS AND CASPER
TVlc. KIATIOM l5 AT
SEVER. HEAT BECAU5H
A cjtPEAT BABY Ctr4TET,
Y CM AMO AMOlr -THETHOUeAMl
.all ' ' '
OF THEM ; . -THB
PWIZE WltsSsiEV? '
d. i , '
Butter Market is Firm,
Egg Receipts Keep
Above Demand '
PORTLAND, Jan. 11 (AP)
Batter and egg quotations held
unchanged In wholesale markets
today. r.K , .,-;ivi
Butter market at the opening
stood on firm ground In Its rela
tion of receipta to demand. Ite
celpta were light and demand un
usually good, promising a good
clean-up of fresh supplies, .
Egg market opened easy, j re
ceipts greater than demand, sales
forced at Irregular prices. PncM
lo coast extras a cent lower at
New York; was a weakening fac
tor of the shipping side. i -
Country meats and 'poultry
were steady except for a cent de
cline on medium weight hens, in
oversupplyr quote: 14 to 15 cents
a pound. ; . 1
Fresh fruit and vegetable trade
opened normally . active at un
changed quotations on all lines.
Onion sets, from near Brooks,
Ore., were a new offering for the
week at 7 to 8 cents a pound.
Government market news Ser
vice reported conditions as fol
lows: ' - :: i . ! :'
Local cauliflower continues! to
arrive at the farmers' early mar
ket, and at the East Alder SU
wholesale market, at the rate of
600-1000 crates dally. Consider
(DUvard ia i-pound ban)
Meat - .
I.lrhl amber aalvaa
IialTe sad p
.034 ta .08
.09 to .0H
Hog. 160-300 lb..
Hog. 200 Ibs op -Ptra
A I C
- MADE 3EUe&
i ' --.;! el
Xw I I I WNC wvs iu. 9!Kf,XL.. ""4TL. I'A
I II r W . . ..I ' .,J4V1-.L1 mS- MV LV I
I I I -J W - : -a, aWdU f 'Taaf i.oC WW. KX ml
Kf A I Si I X ryyT Arm Aaor aar-cr? Aiar,tri nut' Vi I
dC C TMy Vr 3i Vm S 'Wi-W-iv' S- ,.S - S- r-i 4,U r VflWaer' J amnjnnnnjnnBamnnmBam
V 1 1 THAT COLONEL. HOOtX?, B ABV Y ,T
i a a ar- . t wi x a-- wsaaaie' a iavn m -ajav m m av 1 1 -ma. - a -ar w- a y a r laaaiav
V fc- 1 f?7 BS AMOMOT THE K fXA Vv A I" TV.D
THB APPL& OP CAPEQeTe V JTOXO 1
(WILL HEL DRlNr MOMQ 1 . VpXL , j X
a srti dk Sju. o - ' . mk . m .. a . ayM.. --. T 1 an" 1 7 f !'"', - f V
j i rtt-t PtraW- T ' HI rfl'WWIiTStirStS. lar.ltlTal O'l'StS narilltavffltra I " mm- g ajmnjiiii -
able local 'flower is still -moving
to Puget Sound and other coMt
joints rla motor truck.
Lcttacs declined s a rftsult ot
unusually nearr track supplies.
Imperial valley, shipping point
quotations ars) s Mrtitl j lowtr
also - - it .v - , y r - -
The potato trade, continues
slow, although there hare been
more liberal unloads into storage
recently. Fine ' quality Oregon
Burbaaks are reallilng top prices
at California marksts. . ! .
. Apples are enjoying moderate
local distribution, with cheap
stock predominating. Both export
and domestic demand Is slow.'
Current boat loadings at Port
land are rather light, with few
large cargoes, - .y'l ;:'.jVv V
STEADY TO LOWEB
Alfalfa markets were steady to
somewhat lower daring the week
ending January 20, according to
the weekly alfalfa market review
ot the United States bureau of
agricultural ecnomlcs. Offerings
particularly of medium and low
er grade hay, were heavier than
tor the past few weeks at tv-fsw
points, but the situation almost
markets remained about 'un
changed from the previous week.
Pacific Northwestern alfalfa
markets declined about SOe per
ton . during the week,, reflecting
continued slow demand in that
area. U. S. No. I alfalfa was quo
ted to the trade at. Portland Jan
uary 19 at $17.00-18.000 per ton,
while F. O. B. prices la the ner
mlston district were around lz.
00 oer ton. The same grade was
quoted to the. trade at Seattle at
418.00-17.00, and F. O. B. Yaki
ma valley points at around $11.
SO per ton. Northwestern dairy
men continued to feed the cheap
er oats and vetch nay in prefer
ence to .the higher priced alfalfa.
The Willamette valley produced
an exceptionally large crop of lo
cal oats and vetch nay this year,
which was harvested under fa
vorable weather conditions. Sup
plies of this hay seem ample for
the remainder of the winter.
The Feelings MutnaT
IP I KrJOW,EKkSLl&M Trr ME-AhS. 1
whEim I SEE IT 1U Ra40THihJ6 OP- )
LETTER FROM MiSS SORT f
THAT SERTRUX3fc jmZfrZx
ANKENT BOTTOM. .. Jan. f 1.
Ankeny , grange number Sit
met at the grange hall Saturday
night for their regular social
meeting. The evening was spent
In playing "S00M. Six tables
were In play.
j Supper was served at mid
night by the entertainment .com
mittee fn charge. They were
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Emmons. Mr.
sad Mrs. J. N. Ollraour. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs, a. XL
MarlattMr. and Mrs. Albert Cole
and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.' J. O. Farr,
Mr. and Mrs. CM. Belknap, Mrs.
B. F. Simpson. Miss Elolae Math
ews, Miss Lolsel Mathews, Miss
Janet Belknap, Miss Phylls Cols,
Miss Qma Emmons, Miss Ida Bel.
knap. Miss Neva Emmons, Miss
Georgia Gilmour. Lloyd Marlatt,
Dale Bohna, Willis Heart, Ben
Watts. Porter Watts, George
Browni Russel Watts, Elmo
Brown, . Edwin Smart, Henry
Hockapear, and .the committee,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L Emmons and
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. TJllmouf. I
i - "18,laBaBBaBBajaBBaaBBBawBma , j
Oi Varied Types
i -, j r
GERVAIS. Jan. SI Mrs. Necla
Buck ot Salem, Held lecturer tor
the W. C. T. TJ., spoke at the local
Presbyterian church Sunday eve
ning. She gave a historical re
view of the temperance movement
and how it came to be a prohibi
tion movement: because all other
methods ot control had tailed.
i The Junior class of the Presby
' terlan Sunday school gave a "Self
Help" party in the church social
hall Saturday afternoon. Members
ot the class took entire charge and
carried everything out in a credit
able manner. Those present were
Betty Beck, Gael Cutsforth, Earl
Jelderks. Rita and Sadie Naftzger,
Cheryl Sypher, Sylvia Trotter,
Doris Turner and Mrs. II. L. Gra
Rer. W T. Johnson, D.D.;i for
IS i years a missionary to Japan,
and later lecture at theImper!al
Rry Th &y SAME: MAIU.
H AUfoHTV RECEIVED A
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! I'M JUSTH TrV BACftS ) ss W WSO I OOODV For Nba
l eoV V4HO BR1M&TH (.tS XQWJ AND iW OCT AN
V CVsw V GOOOIBTH TO J V ' ri OTHMONC JUST
Jx&Sl V -L I UKB IT FOR MAi
Lr.,ntT C0ajl iJtLO
ijCT-rt i r n-"- nt wwn
rJOuiOifT CS SO2PCtSCO TO CCB T nt
O lt, Kiaa; reatare aradkata. taa. Oreat Britain
HEADS SCHO OL
A portrait of Rear-Admiral Thomas
C Hart, commander of the control
force of the United States fleet lie
has been designated by the Navy
Department to succeed Rear-Ad-miral
8. 8. Robison as superinten
dent ef the U. 8. Naval Academy
at Annapolis. The latter win re
tire from active service May 15,
When be peaches the rm ef C
university, will speak at the Pres
byterian church Tuesday evening,
January 27. He is a speaker of
wide repute, having a personal In
sight into oriental problems and
especially Japan. ; ' ;
. - - " ;.".' ,: :- - '
HOLLYWOOD. Jan. U The
regular meetings of the "Same
Over Here Clnb",hare been post
poned during the past two weeks
due to the illness or , two or us
members, W. W. Fisher and W. F.
Starr. : . i ' . ' '
Mr. Fisher who was operated
on at the Salem General Hospital
for appendicitis, returned home
Sunday amid the well wishes ot
his many friends for his rapid
further recovery. . ' ?
W. F. Starr who has been ill for
some three weeks or so is conva
lescing slowly, . !
- TTfAVTT 1 Qj P-
U vjwaT DO fc TEavooa
r KaUCVLAMO LOOK AT
: I I
&eJCLL AUTO - ceowtMO
IM THE WOPtD. n WOJlP
"TAWiH THE 5TlNr OUT
OF THB PEFEAT CA-5PEB.
MAXpEP ME AT THG.
: BUT HBk i
! HOPU TO ,
HS. ffl'I DM .
Member of Oregon Pioneer
Family was Well Known
In Marion I County
SILVERTON, Jan. 21 Fun
eral services for Mrs. Mary B.
Darby who died at the home ot
her daughter, Mrs;. Elsie Schriv
er at Portland Tuesday night
will be held from tha Jack and
Ekman chapel here Thursday af
ternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment
will be made in the Warren
cemetery in the Waldo IIlHa.
Mrs. Darby ts ai member of an
old Oregon pioneer family. She
was born in Linn county on June
17, 1S57. Her parents were, Mr.
and, Mrs. John T. Humphry who
crossed the plains from Kentucky
in 1852. When Mrs. Darby was
five years old the) family moved
to the Waldo Hills where she
spent the greater part of her Ufo
on a farm sear. the Warren cem
etery." . ' .
In January 1878 she was mar
ried to James Darby on a farm
east of Macleay. Mr. Darby died
March 21, 1W.
- Mrs. Darby is survived by the
following children, Mrs. Ethel
Hofstetter of Vancouver, Wash.,
H. ODarby of Roscburg; Roy
Darby ot Ash wood; Mrs.. Elsie
Schrlver of Portland; J. Darby
of Silvertoh and Mrs. TJ Doer
tier of Sllverton; ( four i. others
Tom Humphrey of Eugene; Dan
Humphry ot McMlnnvtlle; Will
Humphry of Stayton, and Frank
Humphry of Redwood; one sis
ter, Mrs. C. M. Cartrlght of Mon
roe. Her brother Charlos Hum
phry died in California a month
ago. ' I
STOCKHOLDERS TO BIEET
6ILVERTON, Jan. 21 The
annual meeting of the Sllverton
Food Products company stock
holders will be held at the 4li
hall over the MaMarr Grocery
store at one o'clock Saturday,
January 24. M. C. Storruste is
manager of the local cannery
owned by the Food Products
company, a co-operative concern.
By CLIFF STERRETX
SEEM THAT THE HOrV.
IS NO LOnGER A
50100LY - 1 1 C D7 N ;
UlsfAhJlMOUS COWS&rW j y
By BEN BATSFORD
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V JIMMY -MURPHY
I DOT THiNV
WIN A pRi-rr 1
WILL COt ,
TEPPT'lidoFi: A OVAiiK?
I POQ. THAT 1
I &XTTC- COLONEL.
CUP? J .HOOr-EW 1
sr- . V
THIS PRlXS, Vlli:i WIL.L,