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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1920)
Covering Centra? wiltameite vaitey by Capital journal Special corres?ondPt:
Asks Higher Rate
Independence, May 4. The appli
cation (or a, raise In rates of the In
dependence Telephone company to ap
ply In the citle of Independence and
Monmouth has been set for a hearing
before the public service cornmlsBlon
t the city hall here Wednesday, May
S. The Independence city council in
behalf of the people filed a protest
against the proposed raise.
. Mrs. Johns and daughter, the
2tiasea Annette and Ellen, of Minne
apolis were guests of Miss Arbuth
not and Miss McMannma this week.
The Johns had spent the winter in
The last parent-teacher meeting;
ef the year will be held at the train
ing school Tuesday. A program by
the children will be rendered. Miss
Stales of the physical education de
partment of the Normal, will give
her conclusions regarding the height
and weight of the boys and girls. Miss
Hales made the physical test ot the
students before the soup kitchen was
opened, when it closed in March and
at the present time. It is thought the
comparisons will be very interesting.
Klectlon of officers will be held and
reports of the year's work given.
K. E Tripp has returned from Port
land where he served two weeks on
the federal grand jury.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Plant and
children visited Salem relatives limt
Sloper Bros, shipped their last car
ef broccoli by express to Chicago last
Cluy Newton, who is with the In
dependence Telephone company, had
the misfortune to full from a tele
phone pole across a rail fence last
week. He sustained an Injured back
and has been off duty since the acci
dent. Mrs. N. E. Olln of Albany was a
truest at the home of Mrs. Nellie Bar
iiett this week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Hogford and
Mr. and Mrs, Frank" Strohn of Port
land were guests of the I. Claggett's
last Sunday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Martin of Rose
burg were guests of their daughter,
Mrs. Homer Hill, this week. The
Martins were en route to Alberta,
Canada, where they have farming in
terests. Mrs.. S. F. Frailer and four
children of Alberta were also guests
of.the Hills. Mrs. Fmzler Is a sister
f Mrs, 11111 and had been spending
the winter with her parents In Rone
burg. Mrs. Margnret Fltchard and son,
Bobby, of Portland attended the fun
ral of Mark Hlbbard here last Wednesday.
Dallas. Or , May 4. fohn . tt.kln
tit Dallas wns a ku "it of the, Oregon
normal faculty this morning; and gave
an address to the studei.t body on tho
benefits of the mlllneC bill. Mr. Kaulit
wss formerly a student of O. A. 0. nr.d
also a lieutenant In the A. 13. K. In
France. He saw many battle and the
fc.eater portidn' of KraniM, iviiim.
nnd Germany, therefor..-, icalUes lio
I't'd i f good schools.
Peter A. Htoltenbcrj Mits Pearl
ft. Ogle of Indcpeni'.iincd -rw:irul a
n Milage, license nnd woro rit.uried in
the county court room by Justlco of
Vitt John R. Sibley,
County Clerk Floy! U Mwio was
tnr.iriued b ya telegram firm Bccre
tbry of State Ben W, -Jbsuit not to In
clude In tho ballot tlio name of Miles
I o.nclixtnr of vVnlih.i;U.n i s a candi
dal.' for president. , Tho telegram was
timely as the ballot worn ru,ly for
MIks Magdulenu ivmitz, ite.-.nty
wunty clerk, sj.ent Siir.iliy in Suk-m the train from Albany. The school McKee yesterday to L. Kokkler and
with her parents. tand their numerous other friends. will buy a place near Woodburn.
Misa Otella Friar, w"io is asslftliiijf in unite in wishing them a useful, hup-J Andrew Roesch, who purchased
the county clerks officj ic-it Sw.d-.y'py and prosperous wedded lite. Oswald residence here several weeks
in Perrydaie with her peop' j. I Mr. Hill of Salem has bought the ; aB- arrived here from New Vim,
County Cl rk Moor n.is a week er J Scott place, and is putting it out to!iImn" tn" week, accompanied by
v.utor at yr. F. Ulivei x, th lu'n.e of strawberries. "- ' inis family.
hs wife's people, ne.r tr.a Kcr R G. marrlea a lady from!. Overton high schoor baseball
school house north of Salem. Ithe east at hls home in Toiedo : team defeated. here Sunday in a
. Robert Kreason ,au ittyrne who Is, dlv i.., wftpk an,i arrived in'""' WIln Ml- A"B college
associated with Oscar llav'cr, pur
chased the 40-acre runy f irm of Mr.
Elliott's two miles souiheiat of Uwn,
the consideration be!n- IH.503.
Hiss Halite Smith, who is attending
the Universtiy of Oregon, spent the.
week-end with her people here.
Mrs. I. F. Toakuru, Ills Hallie
Smith, Mrs. John Foster, Iawrence
.Smith and Victor Williams were visi
tors in Portland Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L Bratcher nnd
daughter of Perrydulo Wiro visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mr . 1 Voa"
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ti Friar u'.td daugh
ter and son of PerryOVe visited Jn
Marion Wednesday for a few days
visit with relatives and friends. Al
though he and his wife are well along
in years, it Is In years alone that they
are old, as the merry young folks
found when they gave them a chariv
ari. They left Saturday for their home
near the coast.
Mr. Westerberg drove down from
his logging camp at Iadina one day
last week, trying to get men to help,
him with his work there.
Mrs. J. M. Loveland and Mrs. Her
bert Scott ot Portland are the guests
ot Mr, and Mrs. Ell Davidson.
The -many friends of J. V. Dencer
are glad to welcome him home after
his severe operation la a Salem hos
pital. He can now get around nicely
on crutches, and is improving so
rapidly he will soon b able to go
with out them.
Elmer Curry has returned to- his
home In Raymond, Wash., after a
stay of a few weeks with bis brother
Woodburn, Or., May 4. Woodburn i Erne8t-
defeated the Peninsula Greys Sunday Word rrom Marv Shlpherd from
afternoon at the city park by a score !Nora' Neb" stat' that on th accunt
of 14 to 4. Woodburn showed a won- i ul ""uw anu "vere weamer me
derful Improvement in fielding and ,churches have not nad thelr Easter
batting over last Sunday, having put I Pr8ramB yet- Mr- Shlpherd has the
in the week practicing. The visitors cream statlon that Pa
used three pitchers and they allowed mr- "u iurB' so" Jeerson
fourteen hits. Teiv. hit. w.r. m.lwere quests at the home of Mr. and
ered by the dreys off of Lane. Brim-,?1- Ha ,a,t SundHy- MrB- Osborne
Grays 14 To
gar and "Buck" Lane of Woodburn
both made home runs. Woodburn Is
trying to arrange a game with St. Paul
for next Sunday.
Hazel Gren, Or., May 4. Miss Vir
gin! Reatrice made her advent into
the Williamson home April 80. The
little lady weighed 8 pounds.
Mrs. George Parmenter is visiting at
the home of her brother near Salem.
Mrs. Jessie Mead returned to Port
land, Sunday evening.
Mrs. Mary Wampler of Klumalh
Falls Is spending a week with her
home folks on the Dunlgan farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fassett of Wash
ington visited at the Chapman home
the past week-end.
Maurice Dunlgan has tradod his
Ford for a new Chevrolet.
Pres. L. L. Epley of Philomath
preached at the U. B. church Sunday.
. Miss CroHHlyn of Ashland is vUltlr.g
her brother, Floyd Crosslyn.
J. W. Collins and family left Tues
day by auto for LeMar, Colo., where
lis a former pupil of Mr. and Mrs.
iHoag's and a bride of two weeks,
khey having recently come to Jeffer
son to live.
Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Roland are
the owners of a new bldsmobile, and
expect to take many Joy rides during
tho summer months.
The meetings which have been In
progress In the Friends church for
the past ten days, closed last Wed
AH voters and any others Interested
in the welfare of the public school are
requested to come to the school house
at eight o'clock next Saturday night.
A good speaker will be present who
will exptaln the educational meas
ures t obe voted upon the 21st of
May, especially the two millage tax
measures. The name of the speaker
is not known yet. There will also be
a literary program consisting of mu
sic, recitatiuns, etc.
HALL ORCHARD SOLD
Hubbard, May 4. Geo. S. Hall sold
his farm east ot here this week for
la consideration of $7000. The place
! contained 13 acres of highly cultl-
VntAif hat-rv Itin1 an.1 alv n n.aa rf
in.. .e,.l i, ..e.r u.... i ,e.r berreg um,er cultivation.
1IIUIIJT ftl ICMMB lIWi W W1CIII llic-fll well uii
the trip and in their new home,
W. W. Steele of Salem has moved to
Lakevllle to raise onions.
Mothers Day, May 9, will be ob
served with appropriate exercises next
Sunday morning at the Hazel Goenii
church. The Christian Endeavor will
given their anniversary duy program
in the evening.
Well Known In
Marlon, May 4. At the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Sturtevant In Al
bany, Saturday May 1st, at 5:30
o'clock p. m., A. J. Peterson and
Allue Irene Doyle were united In mar
riage, Rev. J. C. Spencer of the Meth
odist church officiating.- The bride
was dressed In dainty white, and the
rooms wore decorated with apple bins
soms; 'twas a quiet wedding. Mr.
Peterson has Just recently gone to
Albany from Stnyton, but has ' been
there long enough to secura a modern
oottago home for his bride. He Is one
of our boys who served in France.
Mrs. Peterson who was a former Leh
nnon girl is the primary teauher in
the Marlon school, and will oomplete
the term, going bnck anil forth on
Large Class Will
Be Confirmed At
Mt. Angel May 13
Mt. Angel, May 4. A large con
firmation class will be confirmed
here May 13, at which time will also
occur the laying of the corner stone
at St. Mary's school building. Bish
op Christie will be present and of
ficiate In both services. Visitors are
expected from different parts of the
state, and under favorable climatic
conditions It will be a great day for
Dr. Eldridge of Salem, Tit. Apple
by of this city and R. J. Welton, lo
cal agent of the S. P. Co., motored to
Tillamook county Sunday on a fish
ing expedition. They had more ex
perience when they returned than
they had fish..
P. N. Smith, J, J. Keber and N.
Michael went to Oregon City Satur
day to fish for salmon and were suc
cessful, except Mr. Kerber. Mr. Smith
caiiRht the limit ,and Mr. Michael
landed one that weighed forty pounds
Mr. Keber can beat them both In a
race for the legislature, but will. take
off his hat to them when It comes to
Fred Becker sold . his place near
At 13 Cents
Despite the fact that the Puyallup
Summer Fruit Growers' Canning com
interesting address at the West St.iy
ton hall Sunday, following the Sun
Jay school services.
Mrs. L. C. Mills has been among
those on the sick list fr several days.
The score was 7 to 8.
Twelve candidates and a large del
egation of Knishta i,f Columbus will
go to Salem Sunday where a big class 'pany had announced April 21. thru
adoption will be held in the Moose j their Albany manager that they are jrrigation of 254 acres
na"- lout of the Salem field because of the, county.
f. ix. smith and family motored to
St, Paul Sunday to visit hi mother
G. G. Kerns of Klamath Falls h.as
filed application with State Engineer
Cupper for permission to appropriate
water from the Klamath river for the
ST. FAIL TEAM WIXS
St. Paul, May . In an exciting
baseball game played here Sunday
between Newberg and St. Paul teams
the latter was defeated by a score of
I to 1. The previous week St. Paul de
feated Newberg. St. Pau" has a crack
team this season and they predict
Gervais, May 4. Manning & Moi
san, extensive growers of mint, have
a orew of men at work taking roots
out of the ground and replanting,
which is necessary in the cultivation
of mint every tour years. Help, at
the present time is the great handi
cap, they say. They are working sev
en men this week and could work
seven more If it were possible to get
them. Geo. Thurman is planting a
ten acre tract of land to mint adja
cent to the Manning & Moisan larm,
making 35 acres in all. They are now
waiting for the still which is under
course of construction by the Silver
ton Blow Pipe Co., and this will be
Installed this week if received in time
"Under favorable (crop conditions,"
Mr. Moisan said, "we will build a re
finery this fall." It Is estimated that
the land in the Lake Labish district
will produce from 50 to 80 pounds
of mint per acre.
high prices demanded by local grow
ers; a recently reported deal shows
that the Albany Cannery is willing to
pay 13 cents per pound for logans.
A recently consummated contract be
tween the Linn county concern and
L. L. Vincent of Salem, stipulates
this price and involves a 70 acre tract
yard owned by Mr. Vincent.
Estimating the tonnage at 150, Mr.
Vincent anticipates a gross return of
about $40,000, this includes the ex
pense of sundries, training and pick
ing, which in this yard will amount
, Indicating that the Puyallup-Sum-mer
company, of which W. H. Paul
hamus Is president, is interested in
logans along other lines, an express
shipment of 50 cases of loganberry
tips, each case marked "500" left Sa
lem Saturday night for the Seattle
headquarters 'of the concern. This
shipment of 60.000 tips was sent by
a local nursery and shows that the
Washington canners are interested in
the Oregon berry.
Yakima county produced agrlcul
tural products in 1918 aggregating
147,000,000 and it is said will exceed
50,(.00,000 in 1920.
West Stayton, Or., May 4. Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Walker have purchased
a new Ford and expect to be enjoying
it in the near future.
Mrs. Bruce Brown has as her guest
her mother, Mrs. Little, of Portland.
Miss Pauline Parker made a busi
ness trip to Salem Friday.
Bruce Browne is the possessor of a
L. C. Mills is planting a great many
berries of different varieties.
E. P. Mills and daughter, Delia
Mills, spent Sunday In Albany as the
guests of their consin, Charles Mills.
Miss Mary Jarvis delivered a very
Other applications covering water
rights have been filed as follows:
Woolfolk of GTT"
w Gilbert, :
rwi for (t.
Ey C. E,
for water from
irrigation of a small tract
By Janifei X. Conmu of Ceo,
Point for water from a surimr
irrigation of a small tract in j . '
county. - cs'11
By Clint O. Harrison of Piit Rgf.
for water from Stewart creek tor Z
irrigation of a small tract in Vn
By Edward Copperfield of Tim
for water from Whiskey creek to th
irrigation of 3a acres in Klamati Lj
The best canning and shipping berry. Will yield one and
one-half pounds or over per plant if properly cared for.
Low Prices in Large Quantities.
6000 plants required per acre
Treblay The Heaviest Yielding
A good canning berry
You can raise your plants for much less than they can be
bought next fall. Strawberries are a profitable crop, cost
less per acre to plant and bring quickest return of any
fruit. Set thrifty, vigorous plants, not run out.
WARD K. RICHARDSON
Phone 494 . . 2395 Front Street
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rown Shoe Store
125 North CommercialStreet
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