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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1920)
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SHOW BIG PROGRESS
KJR1NG PASf YtAK
llth.wnual meeting, of thsHorti.
, nd Hoskins National Farm
""Rations held at Salem mni
Tuesday. A. C. Bohrnstedt.
"--treasurer, and the managing
tMZ "he96 associations, report o
jLess for the year, and gave
imfluot of loan approved by
JunTof loans approved
a .waiting action of
jtfri. land bank M.150..0
,nt of loans closed
ring tt year -. 3JM25.00
o. due installments of
principal and Interest- NONE
riital stock pa.d in 25.766 25
jtol membership .
It will therefore
be seen that there
iailv been brought to the farm-
.hiitarv to tins section vy me
hnn loan organization managed by
MTBohrnrtedt, over a half million of
Liars and that 203 farmers have been
fitted. Mr. Bohrnstedt also rep-
Ksents the Joint Stock Land bank of
i. I olM-imirrti th nnnnlnt-
nent was made only last month, appll.
-Hi, ajnrregatiiig $75,000 have been
.nt in. This bank is also a part of
(be federal system.
The officers and directors of the two
joociations were continued without
At the state meeting of the National
rum Loan associations, to be held at
the Commercial club rooms January 27
uid 28. it is expected that D. Q. O'Shea
president of the federal land bank of
Spokane, Wasnington, ana a. w. nen
irick, vice-president of the California
Joint stock land bank, San Francisco,
till be present.
11 HER OF
At The Oregon Sunday
Dallas, Or, Jan. 16. Mrs. Mary
Eliabeth Collins, widow of the late
Judge J. L. Collins, and one of the plo
tters who came to Oregon when this
state was nothing but a wilderness,
died at her home on Court street in
Dallas, Wednesday, at the age of 70
lira. Collins was born in DeKalb
county, Missouri, January 1, 1S49. She
was s daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
KayKimes. In 1853 her parents left
Missouri by ox team for Oregon but
the father was drowned while crossing
the Missouri river. The Klmes fam
llj continued the trip, however, with
other relatives who were members of
the emigrant train. Among the early
Pioneers In the party were the late
Henry L. Pittock and his brother,
Robert. H. L. Pittock drove the ox
team of Mrs.. Collin's grandmother,
Bra. Elizabeth Buckingham to their
ew home In the west.
The family settled in Yamhill coun
ty after their arrival in this state where
tte mother died some six years later.
Hary was taken Into the home of Mr.
Hid Mrs. Caleb Woods, parents of Gov
ernor a. L. Woods where she remained
OnJanuary 1, 1807, she was married
James L. Collins, at Buena Vista,
ud Immediately afterwards the couple
me to Dallas where they continued to
Mrs. Collins was the mother of ten
In an old newspaper bearing date i other
oi i4 appears an account of a man
who chased a band of horse thieves
1000 miles, "got them," and drove
the horses home again.
That man was John R. Hughes of
Texas. He and his neighbors had
been robbed by the typical outlaws of
the border. With grim determination
Hughes followed the thieves without
money, with little food and rest all
through the southwest. He was ab
sent from home Just a year. In recog
nition of his spirit and persistence, hi
was made a captain of the Texas
Rangers, because just such "stuff"
was wanted in those days to clear the
border of horse and cattle thieves and
appointment, consistency in costume
and sincerity of effort describes in
brief the modern sitting of the play.
Perhaps the most adequate way of
expressing appreciation of the Dev-
ereux cast is to say that their presen
tation of Shelburn's sketch, con
vinces .one that any production pre
sented by them would be worth re
viewing, at least.
Clifford Devereux's "Sir Peter
seven of them surviving her,
wing: Edgar L. Collins of San
wtifornia, a member of Uncle
tas navy; p. w. Collins, of San
cto; Mrs. E. E. Watts, of Hills
, Mrs. J. I,. Blimps and J. Dean
"''"is, a newspaper writer of Port
Aril U' Nanney' of Wilco'
tki. , "sa "nello Collins of
ft h. . daughter. Miss Nellie
"aliaa' a,so survives the de-
one also leaves a brother, L,
i , of FalIs City, and a sister.
.;1:. !'C.r'0fFore8t Grove, to
JS.fT',068 wl" be 11 fern
fcornln. .1 011 01 Dallas- Frlday
ffif io clock- The body will
Ww to Portland on the afternoon
ted at V. TaUon- Servlces wlii be
mi?tZ.trm the len of that
. nut Z',a Brlnsley 8heri-
li u-400 rapidly within
Th-Jfr.01 "me at the nmnrt.
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'layer. wnen th Devereux
(u.. -u -a School for Scan.
th. ,orman ere uppermost
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remainder of the cast merited praise
by their ready support of the leads.
A small but appreciative audience
witnessed last night's performance
As to Salem's patronage of plays of
the better class, the less said, the bet
ter. For years., the amusement lovere
oi the capital city have played con
sistently to every cheap show billed
here. When a worth while production
is brought to town, with the Inevit
able resultant loss to promoters, tho
stock alibi of the Cherry cityites is.
Well the last play was so poor that
we thought we would stay at home."
However it is always noted that at
tendance is always good at the last
journal Want ads pat
Crtca B2 Licensi:
Ada Drivers Is Passed
The senate at last night's session
unanimously passed Senator Orton's
bill for the licensing of automobile
The only criticism aimed at the bill
was by a few senators who declared
it should go Into effect sooner than
is provided in the present draft. Many
accidents, they believed, would be
avoided if . the law became effective
The bill now goes to the lower
house for action.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
i The New Philadelphia
11 11 SL4
desperadoes, white and Mexi
A wonderful plcturization of the
Rangers of those days a picture true
to spirit and charactei- is shown in
the William Fox production based on
Zane Grey's novel, "The Lone Star
Ranger,", featuring William Farnum
In his presentation of the heroic
Ranger, strong, ' magnetic, unafraid,
steel trut, Mr. Farnum is said to out
do even his previous splendid work
in Zane' Grey's "Riders of the Purple
Sage" and "The Rainbow Trail."
This thrilling photoplay will come
to the Oregon theater Sunday for
Teazle" was ably seconded by Butler
Mandeville's dual interpretations,
"Crabtree" and "Elm." In premier
role, Zinita Graf fulfilled publicity
praise, through able and charming at
tention to lines well adaptive to her
talents. Dorothy Mitchell and Agnes
Scott In thair respective characteriza
tion of Lady Sneerwell and Mrs. Can
dour providod able foils in the swift
interplay of charity and malice. The
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL "WANT" ADS PAY
10 Per Cent Discount on All
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Now is a good time to bring in furs for remodeling
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x Already Won
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