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Vv.Chief Varney Tills The
r- n Tir
Soil; farmers nring wierd
Message of His Activitiies
.h,i have been tamed under
..Z ..Claire; for five year, he
., savaery in crooked
i "T. a a hMd of Salem'a po-
ment he ruled with an iron
-.fuming wiU that begot r-
f Varney. from
B"' n0, t on a small farm
','..- far from the bus-
Zrc ot his for-
r c vie . i
to master a
wag Drougui i
who saw the ax
l. I&TIUV", "
fhroush the moss covered rails
To,. I fence, as he drove by. The
u (a, rent , m
'worked, how he ran his uncal
f"grs through his shook of
lie on. x m-
nb-ri "' ttn,oted the at
IuTd of the denizen of the country
. , wn tho nractice of
K . ,.. ..:,iif motorcycle.
fo-mer sai'. that Prompted his
ppis saddle-the only thing on
Zm that niiRl't strengthen bonds
rf, former association to the gas
tart ef the "iron horse." Habit iinpell
Z Wavs miKht have been responsi
Z tor the Pist. l fiut decorated the
iiiiiU Scutvil Away
But it was all there, the farmer
declared. When the balky tractor
would lodge asainsl a stump, or rum-
HER LOCAL HOST
thp revolver all feathered
j (,,.-ro.i folks of the
u the former cop would squint along
So much for the ravages of a po
litical life. Lfe the rise and fall of
tv monarch sucn, rrom
Members of Pomona grange of Ma
rion county were the guests of the
Turner organisation at an all day
inkling kl me t urner hall, Wednes-
uay. more man 150 were nr-t i
Bleating unusual interest in the
grange work. Addresses and rr..nrf
taDie talks were the order of the day.
At noon, a chicken rii
oy mates or the grange, was enjoyed
by all. Members from mun Mi.in.
county districts wera In i. rt .,,i., .,..
among otner localities, Salem. Butte.
vine, juacieav. stavtnn wnn.ik..
Hubbard and Turner.
The Important business of th Hbv
was tne annual election of nffioAt-a
the following being chosen to guide
tne aesunies of the eranen rim-ini
1920: S. E. Whitehead, worthv mas
ter, i,. jh. layior, overseer; Mrs. S
H. Van Trump, lecturer; Mrs. Eva
James, secretary; Mrs. Zella Fletcher
State Master C. E. Spence wan nrsa.
out and discussed the value and pro.
motive possibilities of rural clubs.
A friendly debate between T. E
Mccroskey, secretary of the Salem
commercial club, and Attorney M. E
Pogue received the interest of the
grangers. The topic for debate was
"ResolvpH thnf tho - ,...
peaceful j tive factor to the Increased living cost
Ul scamper for cover due to lack of enforcement of the
Sherman anti-trust law." Secretary
McCroskey presented the negative
side of the discussion, while Attarnev
Pogue held that enforcement of the
law would alleviate the present U gh
cost or living.
A well arranged program of mu:;ic
was presented at the close of the en
the fruits gleaned
farmer's tale, are
by Varney from a public life.
Those who have gone before their
fate is of interest to note: One has
paued on to the mystic bjyond; one
i. nrnkin ice: one is stoking a furn
ace In a Salem factory; one is sweep
ing streets; another is purging cuBpi
don In a public building Varney is
tilling the soil.
What shall the next one beT
SliUGHTH OF BILLS
(Continued from page one)
TURKEY ENTERED WAR ON
SIDE OF GEFMAN THRU
(Continue from Page Four.)
fleet, even the grand vlzar lining Iron
4 iBiiumnue ot ims move.
On Auiiust 29, 1914, the Goeben
while flying the Turkish flag, attacked
and destroyed two Russian ships. This
acts brought about Turkey's
against the entente and several mem
bers or the cabinet resigned. The facts
by the censors
Mfmm SR nar rtnv to 12000 nor vear
. ucia ui me caomet rt
IT R 27. hv Rnrdick Incroaslnff the .
rr i,7,7 , ------- uusrepresentea Dy the censor
Ariel of district sealers of weights and the Turklsh pubc eyen the my
To Aid Annual Pelk Fair
Dallas. Or.. Jan. J3.-A1 a recent
meeting of the Polk County Farmers'
Lnion of the Mt. Plsgah secUon that
body expressed thmi,.u v., ,
. - - no iming in
favor of county aid to the Polk county
faur and win d,. ... ""'J'
have an initiated measure paswd levy
ing a specific tax for that purpose.
Tbe county fair has for the past sev
eral yekrs obtained a small sum of mon
ey lor faU- purposes but the institution
has grown so dni-ino- .
years that the sum derived from the
vu..y m rar too small to accomplish
results. Other unions throughout the
county are beinsr urserl t oil ! u-
and the chances are that either at the
primary election in May or at the gen
eral election next fall such a measure
for the support of the fair will be voted
on by the people.
The following officers were elected
at the meeting to serve for the ensuing
year: President. L. H. McBee; vice
president. P. o. Powell; secretary
treuaurer. Mrs. Jesste
er. J.H. Rempel; conductor, A. E. Tet-
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. 1920.
STAGE !S SET FOR BIG
OF FAR! I LOAN MEN
Everything Is in readiness for the
second annual convention, January
27-28, of the Oregon state association
of National Farm Loan associations,
according to an announcement Fri
day of A. C. Bohrnstedt, local repre
sentative of the farm loan chain. The
convention will be held in the audi
torium of the Commercial eluh. and
will be attended by probably SO members.
Notification of his acceptance nf
an invitation to attend the conven
tion was received Fridav hv Mr
Bohrnstedt from A .M. T
from Enterprise, Or. Mr. Lockwood is
neao 01 tne waiiowa county farm
loan 'association and secretary-treasurer
of the "Wallowa Abstract com
pany. He will be accompanied here
Dy airs. LiOckwood.
Charles M. Emery, president of the
association. MsHkng is Eugene; A. V
Ayre. secretary-treasurer, and alxn
flora Eueene. and Vi
Stone front Medfard. are exneereri to
arrive nere Monday.
Plans for the future activitv of th
association will be laid at the con
vention. Discussion of the feasibility
of instituting an extensive advertis
ing campaign in the interests of farm
loans wll also occupy time in the con-venton.
that will clearyour skin"
"When mv Comnlexinn n
red, rough and pimply, I was so
ashamed that I never had any
fun. I imagined that peopls
avoided me perhaps they didt
But the regular use oi Resinol
Soap with alittle Resinol Oint
ment just at first has given me
Dack my clear, healthy skin,
wish you'd try itl"
Wife Of "Big Bffl " Haywood
liies After Long Illness
Denver. Colo.. Jan. 22. Mr. v.
vada Haywood, wife of William D.
Haywood of Chicago, "secretary of the
Industrial Workers of the World." rtiori
in Denver today after a long illness.
Mrs. Haywood was born in Nevada
fifty years ago.
CVMMIXGS WITHHOLpS REPIA"
Washington, Jan. 22. Chairman
Cummings of the Democratic national
committee has not determined today
whether he would reply to W. J. P,
who in addresses yesterday at Norfolk
and Richmond, referred to Mr. Cum
mings attendance at the inaugural din
ner for Governor Edwards of wi
Jersey, and said Mr. "Cummings e:ther
must separate himself from the gov
ernor or resign from the committee.
Millersrd Cabinet Gyca
Confidence Vote Today
BILL HITS SMOKERS
Columbia, a C, Jan. 23. Smokia
in eating p laces would be prohibited
under a hill uassed (a Mmnd .,ti.,
by the sUte senate. Restaurant and
Paris. Jan. 22. The cabinet of Pre-
mier Millerand received a vote nf ran
- t - " winic, rvnuniirani. MJlll
tidence in the chamber of deputies ; hotel kee;rs would be rRoiirt d,.
this evening. The vote was 272 for play "No frmokinir" sitma and .f.lm.
the government to 2J against it. More
than 300 members abstained from
A SI RE WAY TO
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& B IS. bv Niekelsen Authorizing
tie county courts of the various coun
sel to fix the salaries of county jur
wyon and their deputies.
Committee Report Waited.
In his message returning the four
mures to the houses from whence
they came Governor Olcott declares:
"Th special session of the legisla
ture In a joint resolution and a com
Union bill, made provision for a com
mittee to Investigate the matter of sal
ties of state and countv officials am
appropriated the sum of one thousand
lollars for th nnrnnRA nf Anmtnir nut
this investigation. I believe that the
natter ot the increase in salaries
hould be delayed until such time as
tan, believed for several years that the
Russians attacked the Turks.
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