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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1920)
A show and sale of Duroe swine
.ill be held at the Oregon state fair
around. Wednesday, February 4. The
Exhibition and sale will be held un
der the auspices of the Oregon Duroc
jersey Breeders association.
The exhibit and sale will be of sows
,nd Kilis only, representative of the
i!S blooded stock of the Pacific
?Lhwest. The sale is of especial in
terest to Oregon swine growers be
use of the actual shortage of brood
mws In the northwest. Judging will
Lt at 9:30 Wednesday morning, O.
u Harvey of Boyd, Oregon, being
tudee of the showings. Sales will be
tin at 1 P- m- and wlu De ln cnar&e
li Col J. W. Hughes of Forest Grove
nd George E. Satterlee of Salem.
The event will be preceded by -a
banquet given Tuesday night. At
this time, the uniiea
hank of Salem will be host to the vis
iting, buyers and consignors, of whom
about 50 outside men are expected.
Ko banquet was incorporated in ten
tative plans for the show, but the
bank officials decided to give a dem
cnstration of genuine Salem hospital
ity The banquet place has not been
designated, but will be held either at
the Marion hotel or at the Spa.
Interesting addresses are plannel
for the Tuesday night festivities. G.
X Pierson, president of the Union
dockyards of Portland will speak up
on "The depletion of brook stock in
the northwest;" Luther. Chapin, Sa
lem, "Hog raising in the Willamette
valley;" G. W- Eyre, vice president
of the United States National bank,
will depict "The hog as a mortgage
lifter, and friend to the farmer."
Following the round table .talk, the
assemblage will be the guests of the
fialem Commercial club at the Ore
gon theater. At the end of the late
Bhow, the stockmen will view special
films taken recently at the national
mine show at Chicago.
On Wednesday, lunch will be serv
ed at the fair grounds by the Ladies
Mi society of the Leslie Methodist
E. A. Iihoten of Salem, is sales
Manager of the Oregon Duroc asso
ciation, is in charge of the various
irograms and exhibit arrangement?
The sales committee are: E. C. Naf ti
ger, Gervais; W. L. Sheard, Dayton
and C. 8. McGee, McMinnville.
Consignors to the show are: W. 3.
Eartlett, Camas, Wash; S. G. Hostel
ler, Aurora; E. C! Naftzger, Stadacona
ranch, Spokane; Jones Prater, F. E.
Finnecum, Amity; W. L. Sheard,
Thrift Bros., Corvallls; George DeBok
Oregon City; J. W. Fruit, Brooks; A.
N. Dderfler, Silverton; C. S. McGee
and Son, McMinnville.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL SATURDAY. JANUARY 31, 1920.
HOLT WILL LEAVE TO
TAKE NEWPOST SOON
Next Sunday will be the closing
day of the pastorate of Dr. G. F. Holt
at the First Baptist church. Dr. Holt
has resigned his place here and ac
companied by his family, leaves Tues
day for Seattle where he has accepted
the position of director of promotion
for the West-Washington Baptist con
vention. Dr. Holt came to Salem in March.
1916, and during his pastorate hers
the church has prospered greatly.
New members to the number of 327
have been received, bringing the
church membership up to 717.
From March 31, 1916, to March 31,
hln ap,proximtely $25,000 will have
cWi4 and "Penned by the
for"t1hV0llOWinB manner: 8'
t24o l"lsalotls and benevolences;
correnT"1 and about .000 to r
'ChV"88-The First Baptl8t
-d7 Hi. r Practlcay out of debt.
fth i, 8 been '"rested ln all
Lelh! Work of the city- He Is
the T r n the Commercial club,
ia aaLi' - A- tne Salem Minlster
kT and the Red Cros8- He
riv S,,!,C"Ve.Part. In ot the
s "me and his mes-
sages always ha the ring of patriot-
He has also given consideration to
denominational work, for two years
being vice president of the board of
airectors of the Onnn n9ni..
a-., .-.ai.uttl lVI It -
vention. a member of th trustM
board of McMinnville colleg nd on
the general board of promotion for
the Northern Baitis' convention.
Members of his church and many
friends regret the departure of Dr.
Holt family. Mm Hr.i v.--
- - ' 'too Kinnjs
worked incessantly, in promoting her
cnurcn activities. Georee
jr., ana r,ucy M. Holt, son
and daughter of the resigning pastor
have formed an extensive circle of
friends durlnr their i-af, !... i o
lem. Miss Holt i a
-w mfuuinuiq U L
Willamette university, while George,
Jr., Is a member of th w tt .i.
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Saturday noon. Dr. snH
were the guests at a luncheon at the
Spa, given in their honor by the Sa-
ministerial association. . Monday
evening the church gives a farewell
reception to Dr. Holt and his family.
This will also be a reception to the
SO or more new nnmw v.
church, whom have hot.
during the past month. Al friends of
the family are cordially invited.
t Water Permits. t
Frank F. Lischke of Milwaukie,
who only recently filed with State
Engineer Cupper application for wa
ter rights covering several power sites
on streams in central Oregon, today
filed additional applications covering
appropriation of water for power pur
poses at the Moody. Lockit, Siuamox,
Oak Grove, Sherer Falls, Oak Springs
and Maupin power sites on the Des
chutes river. None of the applications,
however, have been completed.
An application was filed with the
engineer's office today by John J.
Romberg of Barnes, covering the ap
propriation of water from the South
Fork of Crooked creek for""the irri
gation of a small tract in Crook coun
SINN FEIXERS ARRESTED
Dublin. Jan. 31. Many Sinn Fein
leaders were arrested in a big round
up early today. They were taken to an
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