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Of Polk County
sivs Covering Central Willamette Ualley by Capital Journal Special CorregT.'.:'.:
,trv, where they went on busing ao-l.d ,o th.ir home in Portland ond,ySchreeve & Son rage; G. H. Carl, f ul from a unJpin, of l6 oislatOT BUSV Tjr-- L-;.
inl- a little fishinc on the side. after a visit with their (laughter,
Word has ju.st been received fromiK. W. Curl.
Mrs. I. T. Mason of Portland that ivj I H- KiJght was a business visit
husband Dr. Mason, formerly of Dallas, or in saiem jionaaj.
Airs. .Leonard liuriey rrom fori
land was visiting relatives lr. town
Dallas, or., Jun 10. At a meeting
of Polk county wool growers, held In
the office of the county agent recent.
y, it was voted to form a pool and
store the wool that the growers have
for sale in Dallas and Airlie. The rea
son for this action is that for the
coarse wool there is practically no de
mand, the buyers claiming they do not
want it. They will pay in the neigh
borhood of twenty cents a pound,
which dos not meet the cost of pro
duction. As to the fine qualities there
to also little demand, with but from
thirty to forty cents offered.
The repair work upon the ChrJsmn
church, which was recently damaged
fey firs, has lust been started. The
work is in charge of O. 1. Hollies.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Mortimer, ho have
been residents of Salt Creek district
left for Hosklns where Mr. Mortimer
will act as fire warden this summer.
They will be in charge of the lookout
station in that vicinity.
James McLoughlin, of the Spns
Valley country who was recently ar
rested for possessing intoxicating liq
, nor, was fined (20 and costs with the
promise of the limit should he be con
The photographic studio In the Wil
son block, commonly known as the
Coffey studio, was sold by the owner,
Mrs. Rebecca O. Smith of Vancouver,
. "Washington, to Mrs. Amy Van Clere of
Kewberg, Oregon, who will take
charge July 1. The studio was run for
bout two years by Paul Smith, eon of
Mrs. R. O. Smith, who moved to Cali
fornia for his health. Since that Urns
E. P. Skewis of Marion county has had
charge of it.
A committee meeting was held in
the Commercial club rooms last night
ly the committee appointed to assist
In getting the Pacific highway to go
through Dallas and Independence, as
im voted on by the people. Attorney
Oscar Hayter of Dallas and John AV.
Kaste of Portland have been employed
by the Dalas-Independence people to
bring suit against the highway com
mission. One suit will be a mandamus
proceeding to compel the commission
to follow the highway outline as was
located by the legislature and an in
junction suit to stop them from bu us
ing the highway over the route they
re working on now.
D. B. Fletcher, republican candidate
tor joint representative from Polk and
Benton counties, was visiting friends at
Dalas yesterday. Mr. Fletcher te an
attorney from Independence.
Mrs. R. O. Smith and her sister, Miss
r Clara Blackburn of Vancouver, Wawj.,
were In Dallas yesterday attending to
property Interests. Miss Blackburn re
ports considerable Interest In Clark
.county, Washington, over the possi
bility of getting the deep sea harbot
enlarged at Vancouver. Bonds are to
be voted for the development accord
ing to Miss Blackburn.
Sheriff Orr and Dr. W. C. Bhaefef day,
just returned from Salmon river coun. I Mr. and Mrs.
and well knovrn in this valley, passed
awav in Portland Sunday, following a
week's illness of pneumonia.
Hiss Katherine Oshbar, teacher In
I domestic science of the Dallas hlgft
'school, attended the graduation exet
I cises at Corvaliis Tuesday. Miss Ash-
bar was a senior this year at the insti
tution, but due to the illness of Miss
Mabel Slayton she filled the vacancy
in the high school. But she received
her diploma with her class Tuesday.
Mrs. Scott Campbell attended the
funeral of Dr. Mason in Portland, Sunday.
Miss Otella Friar was the house
guests of Mies Lillian Ward, Tuesday,
in Corvaliis. While there she attended
the graduation exercises of the 1920
Class, . k sm..
the first of the week.
The recital given at the Masonic
hall last evening by Mrs. J.. O, 3'an
Winkle's piano pupils was well at
tended and pronounced a complete
success. All the rupils acquitting them
Mrs Auto Utilities Co; P. J. Walton, Dallas
Garage; P. A. Trofzer and S. C. Kin
ney, City Garage; J. M. Hart, Hart
Motor Co; Claud Skinner and Em-
merson Groves of Independence
Fairfield, Or., June 10. Mr. and
Mrs. James Mahony and family visited
at Forest Grove over the week-end.
Mrs. William Allsup is entertaining
her mother, Mrs. Bonum of Canyon
City, for the summer.
Miss Nadeen Smith, who attended
high school in Eugene during the win
ter, has returned home for the sum
J. McHerin, manager of the Ma-
I nony lagging camp, ana lamuy mo
Polk County Court
In re guardianship of B. Leah Dun
gan, an incompetent person. Proof of tored from Portland, Saturday, to at-
publlcatlon of order to show cause.
Brown and Helgerson, attorneys for
In re guardianship of Pearl Eveline
Murary, a minor. Bond filed. Order
approving bond. Letters issued. Or
der appointing Albert Teal, W. B. Mc
Kown and M. D. Hamme appraisers of
estate. Oscar Hayter, attorney for petitioner.
In re estate of William Thiesies, de
creased. Affidavit of publication filed.
Final acocunt filed. Order setting time
for hearing of final account. Brown
and Helgerson, attorneys.
Case No 5260 Cassle Taylor vs. Leon
Taylor set for June 16 at 10 a. m. At
torneys Fletcher and Barrlck of Inoe
pendence for plaintiff and Gus New
bury of Medford for defendant.
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tend to business matters.
Earl Barber, who is employed at
Hillsboro, spent Sunday with his par
Mrs. Brandford Miller and little
daughter, Bonny Belle, are visiting
with relatives in McMinnvllle this
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mahony motored
to Portland Saturday and were over
Sunday visitors of Mr. Mahony's par
Mrs. Banta of Salem was an over
Sunday guest of her daughter and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore.
Turner Sighs Up
f Again Next Year
Turner, Or., June 10. Notwith
standing the fact that the sixteen
guarantors of the Turner Chautauqua
will have to pay something more than
$8 each out of their individual pock
eta, contract was signed a few days ago
for a meeting next year, and it will be
held under similar conditions as the
one which closed a week ago.' The
meeting was highly pleasing to Turner
citizens, and It is believed that the
next Chautauqua will be more success-
At any rate the grantors cave mam
fested the right kind of nerve to make
the undertaking an ultimate success.
J. A. Bunlick will have an auction
sale at his farm near here tomorrow
and included in the stock to be sold to
the highest bidder are some grada
cows of great value. The sale is at
tracting wide attention.
Miss Coe of Seaside has been en
gaged to teach the seventh and eighth
grades of the Turner school next year,
and Miss Goyett Davis will teach the
intermediate department. Miss Flor
ence Smith of this city has also been
employed as one of the faculty for the
coming school year. The principal and
assistant principal are yet to be em
ployed, and it Is probable that no fur
ther effort will be made to fill the va
cancies until after' the annual school
meeting. Miss Davis is the only oe
of the old faculty to be retained.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
Polk County Auto
Dallas, June 10. At a meeting held
in the salesrooms of the Salem Auto
mobile company last night, an or-
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otUuCntS i 0lI?flf !dealers and those of Independence.
O Rnhert V.. Afncnpr field wprAtnrv nf
Jefferson, June 10. The high
school commencement exercises will
be held at the Masonic hall Thursday
evening June 14th. Eleven seniors will
graduate. There will be special music
for the occasion.
Dan Donahue made a trip to Eu
gene last Thursday with a truck load
of household goods belonging to
B. Hill, who is going to locate In that
Mrs. Paul McKee and Mrs. Chas
McKee were Albany visitors Friday.
Miss Mary Chute from Monmouth
was visiting relatives and friends In
town Saturday and Sunday.
A. C. Llbby was In Salem Saturday
trying to locate a few gallons of gasoline.
Miss Rose Green was a Salem visit
Mrs. J. H. Cook and grandson,
Lawrence Cameron, were visiting
friends In Salem Saturday.
A. J. Shumaker uni J, T. Jon?g
were business visitors In Albany Mon-
A. F. ShulU return-
Robert E. Magner, field secretary of
the national automobile dealers as
sociation, presided. Temporary offi
cers were elected as follows: Claud
G. Skinner of Independence, chair
man; C. W. Fox, secretary pro tern.
The organization will be known as
the Polk County Automative Dealers
association. Mr. Magner spoke upon
the evils of federal confiscation laws,
which provide that In the event of
an Innocent party being caught with
moonshine liquor in his automobile
the auto can be confiscated by feder
al authorities without. redress. He al
so spoke on the gasoline situation,
saying It was quite probable that In
the very near future a 75 per cent of
normal supply will be available.
A' committee composed of P. A.
Trofser, D. M. Shattuck and C. J.
Schreeve was appointed to draw by
laws for the organization to be sub
mitted June IB at the next meeting.
The following signed as member of
the Polk County association: C. W.
Fox, Salem Automobile Co.; D W.
Shattuck, Shattuck Motor Co.; J. D.
Naylor, Fuller Garage: C. J. Schreeve
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On week days our office closes at 5 p. m. except Sat
urdays, when it closes at 6 p. m.
SALEM ICE CO.
With Choice Coivs
Jefferson, Or., June 10. Just at the
present time D. H. Looney is paying
more attention to his herd of fifty
Guernsey cows than to his coming elec
tion to the office of- representative.
Mr. Looney owns S00 acres of land be
tween here and Salem on the paved
;e ua to ,
fuur Brund Ul
state cars a-i I
at any Ume h, -n
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