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THE CAPITAL JOl'RNAL
rlfP.Qf Willie C.tMtarirui fni4"l UJi'f Ss flri , i.. :j.-ff s -f s-t
Ml fl I There will be a Children's Day pro-. J. P. Wilbur was in town from Port-, Wba. Through a rauromlersum!- fctd. ly constant turmoil this wk. Rn. VC
(gram iu each of the churches hre.
The Presbyterian Christian En
jdeavor will have a social at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Kephart next Friday
Scotta Mills, Or., May 2' ThJ T and Mnl RoIanI Dimlck "
. lne,pect to move to Talbot soon.
Borne of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wyland i
near Wiholt Pprlncrs burned to the1 T t E7-, T, 2
ground. Mr. Wyland was away ljLOCUl rlgtlter IS
ing only Mrs. Wyland and two small! n n., , r
children at home. When she discov- Utl OllVCYlOll Dill
...r. .uih. i 1.II1U LI). J & Lllf! r.. i.V'i.
Price Break Keeps
land Sunday. ine the n:h school U
MisH l'aje Archmabeau of Portland was here to piay also,
visited several days this week at E. A. j H. F. Baienuin, recently from In
Schaefer s. . . I dina, has moved onto the J. T. Caldwell
Mrs. Viola Allen, a sister of Mrs. 1 place in the west part oftown.
r:a.. rv.,.ia i.. ..;..:;...- . ..... t .-T-rt hnr,,vn,- - .u- s.
---"lee .-., is ul iiie iavie " " "v""'s uiraauitrs i,r ine mi-i
home. ' provement of streets and waters works Pric?s and tremendous pressure to
Tuesday morning at Sublimity w.- ;VOUd on Friday will probably be de-ihave kept the board of trade in near-
n uie marriage 04 jonn rieuoer
I "'"'- corn - quota,!,
jgency action taken To end tf.e rail- 13 j'.j ,,, ,:
road tratue blockade brought about 1-4 10 7 ;.s . a
the severest of lha ..,u,,.i . "vim
H T 7 ( T I. 'f Vlll hilt-" ..-,;, . .!
mUrKP.L ITl I tirmniL, - "ra nao uat
ipieviousIV been much ilutnri.a.i 1... t
.ua;. . riuge ureaKS in . -------...a t-i-e o
sell T -, 8Ua 01 Asieeiu of - i .
teii(iive price slashing throughout the -. . '-"IL,
in an effort to save some of the cbQ tonilht u ,,
tents, but each time she attempted to1' mB Hafter- ho
enter the house, the children, through! J 8i"em fr 9me time has ac"
fear, followed her. Mr, Wyland ! 'al.dv LlZTrT f' bei"K mighty
, clothe, caught fire and she had to; 7' ll hi, fiits.
Rive up the effort. Only an armful of! ..JL, a"d IocaI 8mok"' here,
clothing was saved. Several neighbors' 1"Klnne' nas been credited with
came, out too late to save any of . cuienatning -local fight
the Dronertv. Mr ic,-ioj v.
laxite familv and hi. 1.... 1. . i'ong ago he met
- (a a gietll . ....
Wow. Neighbors and friend. tnir ! soured a crowd decision over hl nn
a collection for tha atrirkon fa.n.,! Ponent. .
couverr.on ne will fight Frank Aim
or mat city, class 130 pounds. Aim is
Known as a leader in the sport at-the
Silver Falls town and a g'ood schii
wlndup bout is expected.
The smoker which is the second of
Silverton's fistic smokers is featured
At one of the Elk's smokers not
'Spider" Webb and
and several hundred dollars was sub-
scrioea toward a new home. Their
, home was a complete Ions.
Mr. Jas. B. White of Vancouver,
Wash., was here this weir
move ti rnmiiu .
'ani;ouver. where h h. .
--- 'iijiwj-iiiiii, 'unciB leatureo
r. james r uiler of Silverton haslwith thri?e nialn events in addition to
( m force of men painting here this' th bout in which the Salem lad takes
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Taylor were Sa
lem visitors one day this week.
The Heaver Lake School gave "a
basket social am) entertain ment ut
.' Wiiholt Springs Friday night for the Justice of the Peace J. Tt. drier had
.Deneflt of Mr. and Mrs. Itay Wy-f ,he Pleasure on the 13th of uniting in
. marriage two residents of Mexico, Hen
i uf' llarrl of Kansas was here rlque Vernud and Miss Rosa Castillo
mm , "r ,errIt Harris1 They are employed at the Silverton
will locate here in the near future. .Lumber company camp at Mehama,
Jissnciation held a program in I. O
O. F. hnll Thursday evening, which
. was well attended. Scotts Mills or
chestra furnished a musical entertainment.
Mr. R. V, HackRt.idt i,i t
lish, Daniel lioone, a superintendent at
the camp, acted as interpreter. Sev
eral days after the ceremony the cer
tificate was returned to the judge, the
father of the bride objecting because
mere was 110 Real on the document
""""t, .worm Dakota rri.H 1 .
this week and located at Scotts Mills ' th " ' . Mml """ Und
Miss Ressie Bradford of Portl.11.rt I Pr"f' B' K VrA (orge Keech
, has charge of the post office here Zr " "BCUHS"d ,he millc f"r the hp"e
manently. Mr. Hoskhurst resigned nd ' flt th 1 ,),(, of Weh""'o t that
. will devote his time to the real ItXi f"UCe Monduy Pvening
! business. e8Ute Mrs. Louisa Ooeders has sold her
t T n T r . 1 raulflniina nxnoaot. .1 1 a
f. J. lllTIIrl 1 m t -"-v-.i,w 11 u in .y ttriil 1IILN Mil-
." ir'""y tor,,,,, , : -
t ... . 1
came Uround, Wash. Mr. nix,,.. 'Jom
templates movlnir h i 1 valley.
t To Hold Picnic At
Salem; June 5th
' win"h,.M'T1 Uu'00 lermy "reeip''s
w. ,.heir anmla, plcnlc 1" -lem,
Saturday June 8., The following
.Program hus been arranged for the
10 to 10:30"a. m gather at Marlon
fluare, corner Marlon and Cummer
,10:30, visit state capital buildings
U. reception by Hon. Ben W. Ol-
,; "7"' ,or of -'Ri-n, nt his oitlce.
. 11:30 to 1:30, plenio mnner an,,
;Wt together meeting ttt Marlon
, 1:S..P- '"" a,'dress. V'The Oregon
:uroo." Grant B. Dimlck of Oregon
Address. "Reminiscences of early
Puroc days,- L. H. Robert, of Salem.
Address, "Advertlslng Durocs," W,
I Shenrd, Dayton.
; Short business session, J. W Fruit
of Brooks, president of the Oregon
Uuroo association presiding.
It U reported that the consid
eration was $6000. George A. Smith
handled the deul.
B. A. Hchnefer and wife and son,
Cecil, visited Portland Sunday.
ger to Miss Olivia Zuber. Rev. Father
Lainck performing the ceremony in
the Catholic church at that place, In
number nf fripnrta
The groom Is a prominent young farm
er, a son of Joseph Heuberger, and the
bride a popular daughter of Joseph
Zuber, of that neighborhood. They
gave a wedding dance in the eveningf a
number of friends from Stayton at
tending. They have the best wishes f
E. Roy has been spending the week
visiting his son in Portland. '!
O. . Myers left Tuesday for Tilla
mook, as a delegate representing Stay
ton Lodge No. 0i W. O. W.
The Stayton schools and residents
generally are pleased over the fact that
Miss Fraheeir Freeman won first place
in the Mariojt esunty declamatory con
test held at Salem Saturday evening:
Decoration day will-be" observed in
Stayton. Mav 30th. with annronrinte
exercises at the cemetery. W. H. Down
ing will deliver' the Memorial address
at the cemetery. Sundav. Mav 23d.
memorial services will be held in the
high school auditorium.' Rev. Mr. Rees
of the M. E. church will deliver the
sermon at 11 o'clock.
The seninc elnss hoRiiTa nli-nlnlnn of
, c,..,,....,& Mv (
Wilhoit springs Saturday, on Sunday I
motored to Oregon City and Portland.
They report a very enjoyable outing.
Word has been received of the death
of Mrs. C. M. Holford, mother of C. W.
Holford of this place, which occurred
the 13th at Ipioxville, Tenn. She and
her husband, formerly resided here. ;
Miss Maysel Montgomery, who was
quite III for several months, a victim
of the flu, Is now entirely recovered
and able to be about town.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gardner left
Tuesday morning for a visit with their
daughter, Mrs. Karl Fryer, in Portland
and will also visit with friends in Bak
er, Oregon, before they return.
Mrs. W. F. Follis entertained a par
ty of little folks Wednesday afternoon i
In honor of Miss Loulne Thomas.
Among the guests was Miss Ruby,
teacher of the youngsters in the school.
Ice cream and cake were served and
nil enjoyed themselves greatly.
Friiluv nftennnn Inst wppk the hlch
school team defeated Junction City at
country. Compared with a week JOURNAL,' w"ixf
TOMORR0W-M0NDA Y-TUESDA Y THREE DA YS ONLY
- '2:15, 4:00, 5:45 7:30 and 9:15 P. M. TOMORROW '
Duroc Jersey Hogs for Sale
Gervais School Closes
i Friday Afternoon
, Oervuls, May 21. The , Gervais
whool closed a suceessful term this
: afternoon, the rooms Joining In an in
teresting and Instructive program.
'Mrs. C. L. Welgand, teacher of tho
j advanced room, and Miss B. R. Hum-'
Lmsr, of the primary room, have dnno
(SplemlWl work this year and the pu
' Plls have responded In tine shape. A
I Rood attendance of parents and pat
i runs of the school ,,,..,.
, - - film
; enjoyed with tho children this after
SOWS WITH LITTERS
BOARS AND GILTS
DIABLO STOCK FARM,
E. F. Petersen, Danville, Cal.
G. W. Emmons, Oakland,
They are the largest type and the best blood strains to be
Herd Boars and some of the Sows-
Lucy Orlons Mayflower
t Great Wonder I am Gano
Prize of Tulare Belle
Twin Oaks Attraction
Lady Defendress 70th
And 50 others.
Weanlings, $15.00 each at ranch. A large number always
on hand to choose from. Crates $2.50 each, refunded when
returned prepaid in good condition. Mail orders solicited
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK.
Lucy Orlons Model
Diablo Orion Model
Defender Colonel, 70th
, Mr. A. tl, While recently
JVinip, A aska. Is iisulnH 11 ir 1i
f this place with his farm work
KI'V. unit Mrs. Urnn,,,.,- l i.
Davidson, Claud Tei lmne, M,-H. Uriah I
ci nunc. ,h,-s. K. Tliomus, Mm. Sum
.Thomas. MIkm M.iv Th,0 ...... ...
.White mid family al (attended the
'.quarterly meeting of the Friends
H-nnrcn at Mosedulo hist Saturday.
, Mr. Ed Garnham is now the own
er Of 1k UrlHCO,
J. L. Smith was a Corvalllg visitor
one day this week.
A returned missionary from Africa
leave nn interest Inir ...i ,
alk In the Friends church last Wed-1
weeday night. She displayed a trunk'
. ,i, various curios from Africa.
At the county spelling contest held
In Salem last Saturday. Eleanor Lib
ly who Is onlv eight years old but In
the fourth grade, got the silver med
al. She and Maurice Itogard of Wood
urn each scored loo per cent so
had to spell the tie off orally.
The wlnnlnir spellers In tho coldest
I school fr the past month are as
follows: Eleanor Llhhy, 4th grade: !
Welvln Trester, 5th grade; Boise
Trester, 6lh grade. I
Air. John (in a.wt t ti.
.,i itiin.ty ui
lmi visited at the home of Mr. and
airs. H. Beckmnn last Sunday.
JUllus Beck man has gone to work
in a sawmill near Independence.
Miss Marie Pi,nu , .
Sunday from California and is the
Buest of her brother, Rev. Brainier
Mr. and Mm. P.. E. Enslev Invlt-
fourteen girl friends of their niece
Cecil Stevens, to' dinner last Sundav.
Jt was a surprise to Miss Cecil. A de
lightful time was had 'by all Miss
HtPvens left Monday for her home
In eastern Oregon.
; Rev. Harry Hayes of Portland
Iruchcd to a. I,,. , .....
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j-nrnn cnurch last Sunday night.
Le 8lyter who has been at Marsh
field has gone to Portion in
after a week spent with his parents
fJeorge 81yter won out In the local
tryout on th mill U IIH IdV ..
- j .VII
feat Mrs. Roland acted as Judge of
Mr Albert Wilson and children of
Kosedale ara visiting Mr. L, peter-moa.
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