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HUB CAWVaL JOURNAL.
Hilda, Mildred. Bertha and Willie
Williamson and Louie Eartrauff cele
brated the 4th at Stayton.
Mra. G. M. Harvey left Tuesday for
wife in charge of the hotel. The ouh
ineua men Interested In the matter
have placed J. L. Largent In charge
of the property, air. Largent was
iowner of the hotel for a number of her home in.Dufur after a week via-
,yeurs ttnu muue a. success or tne pus , ft her wirh friemia
Mt Angel, July 7.-Mri.. N. W, " "T," Emma Fisher and Magdalene Ban
GUzen, a resident of this vicinity for f 'Z'ZT, Z .- , ,, , ",renc- ruff went to Portland Wednesday to
mnro than Tifrmn Vaan lied Mttri. I " 1
denly from heart trouble Sunday!, the Property can be sold
..kit. . .k k Mrs- cy a"1 children wll
Claims ML Angel
WEDNESDAY, JULY 7.
of a neighbor, Mr. Welgel. When
Mrs. Oitzen left her home to visit
Mrs. Welgel she was apparently in
perfect health and made no com
plaint of feeling ill during the day.
. While engaged in conversation with
her friend she fell from her chair
and died almost instantly. Sho as;
about fifty five years of age. She !s
survived by her husband, N. W. Git
wen, who has the sympathy of the
ntire community. What makes the
circumstance seem all the more s.dj
Portland this week.
vill go to
Silverton, July 7. Driving all the
way from Belllngham, Wash., Floyd
D. Browne and Claude Quackenbush
employes of the Studebaker Corpo-
i ration of Belllngham, arrived In the
Is the fact that Mr. Gitzen lost a wife (city last eveninir for a visit with Mr.
and family of children during a cy-1 Browne's parents. He Is taking ex
clone In North Dakota several years lamination at Vancouver, Wash., and
previous. The funera! of Mrs. Cltzen (expects to reenter the service In the
was held in the Catholic church in I aviation department as first lleuten-
this city this morning and Interment ! ant. Mr. Browne was the first man
was made in the Catholic cemetery.
Jas. Brules and wife and Frank
Hadapp and wife of Minnesota, broth
in the United States to enlist direct
in the aviation department, and
was later commissioned as lieutenant.
ein-in-law of J. J. Keber and Geo. i When he asked for his discharge he
May, are visiting In the city. They
espect to remain here for two or
Dr. Appleby of this city and Dr.
Eldrldge of Salem, left Sunday for
the Trask river where they spent the
day fishing for big ones. They were)
Going on the theory that "there
must be some fire where there Is so
s'gned up as a reserve, and now he
is seeking to get back Into the serv
ice. He was also the first Silverton
man to enlist In the army when the
president called for men "on the
Mexican border, After receiving his
discharge from the service he broug it j
a plane here from California which
later became the property of the.
Webfoot company of Salem. He was
much smoke" oeonle ruahed tn n. a '""""esieu getting tne second
wald Brother, store vefrrt ,. plane here whloh wa wrecked at
noon to render assistance If nec-s- Dttllas by Lieutenant Franseen
ary. It developed however, that a L- H. McMahon of Salem wu
lighted cigar stub dropped Into the the clty last evening. Mr. McMahon
tove where paper had been deposit- was i"neriy a resident of Silverton
ed for some time caused all tha ana tt a'way pleased to visit the
smoke. scene of his boyhood.
Otto Oswald and wife are moving . ;ne Young Peoples' society of St.
into the house he recently purchas- ihns church heId a social at the
ed from J. W. Ebner and moved uo- Ryerson home 'n the west part of
on one of his lots. The building has town. sunaay eveninB- A good time
been entirely remodeled and will
make a very comfortable home. Several members of the Pythian
E. B. Kottak, editor of the Silver- lodse n,otored UP the Abiqua Sunday
too Tribune, was in the citv on bus- ana enjoyed a very pleasant Fourth
attend the Br. W. M. A. and Jerome
and Clarence Parmenter were up
from Astoria Sunday.
Mrs. A. Weinert is still with her
mother, who recently suffered a par
The Hazel Green and Middle Grove
C. E. societies held a union service
Sunday eve at the latter place. -
Middle Grove has a new piano it
Miss Myrtle Cartrlght. formerly of
Hazel Green, and Lyle Smith of Til
lamook were married at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mra
Cartrlght Thursday July 1st. i
Oscar and Tony Rasmussen went
to Stayton Saturday.
Mrs. Lena Fox returned Wednes
day from Portland.- -
Miss Carrie Johnson has been ser
iously ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. Adah Jones went to Lacomb,
Thursday to visit Mrs. Lonie Bart-ruff.
Ralph Peoples came over from
Philomath Sunday for a few days
Miss Flossie Overman of Philo
math, who was a delegate to the
Women's Missionary convention at
Portland last week, spent the week
end with her friend, Emma Fisher.
The Otterbein Guild girls met Sun
day afternoon at Magdalene Bart-
Mint Fields of
were not suitable or desirable. He
purchased a good house located two
miles east from his farm and by taking
off the railing on the bridge and build
ing an unyielding frame for several
feet, managed to get the house over
the bridge. It required nearly as much
Gervais, Or., July 7. For fifteen
years or more the citizens of the Fair-
Gervais. Or.. Julv 7. Several nrnm. fim tn move the building as it would ; field neighborhood have celebrated the
Fourth of July by holding a picnic
inont mint growers from Albany aa.1 to build the house.
,7iein ,k , ? B feW dayS ag0l Fire. Probably originating from
n atJiiii, lie u III I1IH VlUilllCV. 1 .. i. u .o i-noH cnirmo ffmSPfl
rtrLl11" Iookln -ver the 0r'e hun- a 'lively blaze in the grass yesterday
died acres or more arowlno- near -w. ,... ... ru hut
afs gave out much encouragement to I dama done
the local growers. They pronounced " aamag9 none-
the mint of the highest quality and ! 0 . . r i i
were much surprised at the rapid 1 Stavfnn r.TltP.rtCLinS
growth the crops are makinsr in Her.!
vals. Among the Inspectors were J.
W. Todd and O. B, Marshall, who have
ben Interested In the mint production
for several years in Oregon. Mr. Todd,
who is considered authority on mint
soil, claims that th soil In the Laks
Lablsh district excells anything he has!
Big Crowd Monday
Stayton, Or., July 7. The celebra
tion of Independence Day in Stayton
was opened by the firing of a salute ol
21 guns at sunrise real cannon. Be
fore the parade was started at 10
ever seen for mint production. He j o'clock the town was full of people,
said the soil is better adapted to mint The parade was one of the best ever
than any he had ever seen and he pre-1 seen in Stayton and one that would
diets a great future for the industry 1 have been a credit to cities of much
in Gervais, if properly handled. His ; larger size than this. The prize was
words seemed to stimulate the grow
ers and every effort will be put forth
to care for the plants properly and
accomplish a successful harvest.
me success f.the crop this year,
won by the Santiam Woolen Mills with
a handsome float, second vrize going
to a float representing Hawaii. Other
floats entitled to special mention were
the one representing the army, navy
the grove. This year was not an ex
ception to the general rule, except that
the celebration was held on Monday,
the 5th, the Fourth coming on Sun
day. While many from this city at
tended the celebration in Woodburn,
a goodly number of Gervais people at
tended the picnic. A program appro
priate, for the occasion was rendered
and a community picnic dinner was
served. A pleasant time was enjoyed.
A USEFUL PAIN
which is practically assured at this!"11 Red Cross, the Oddfellows an
Salem People Should Heed
Have you a sharp pain or a dull
ache across the small of your back?
Do you realize that it's often a time
ly sign of kidney weakness? Prompt
treatment is a safeguard again3t
more serious kidney troubles. Use
Doan's Kidney Pills. Profit by a Sa
lem resident's experience.
Mrs. F. B. Sonner, 1057 S. Liber-
j KtfUoUC RUCIS
With Parts and Service
W. RHildebrandt &Ca,
Marlon County p0ik CoBWj
27 N. Commercial St, 81
HOME Or THK VICTRoi
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
of July picnic.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Moser motor
ed to Newport Sunday returning
j last evening.
C. A. Loe, the famous breeder of
big type Poland China hogs, shin
ped several head of his choice hoes
oy express tins morning to different
KTHUR LeBEAIT, of Wlnoo-
ski, Vermont, who declares
Ih Is) now In the "pink of condi
tion" and enjoying life for the
first time In many years as the
result of faking Tanlae.
time, will mean great develonments in
the future and greater production in
years to come.
G. J. Moisan and family left yester
day for the coast where they will
spend a week or more.
Mrs. H. O. Hickman and Mrs. F. T.
Cutsforth were visitinu in Salem a few
Miss Mamie Murphy has been spend
ing a few days at the H. D. Manning
nume in tms city.
Rebekahs. with Rebekah at the well, Uy St. says: "I have used Doan's
and the Philippine island float. Kidney Pills with benefit and gladly
The display made by the Brown-' recommend them. My kidneys were
Petzel Lumber company was large and weak and I had back aches and lum
decidedly attractive, a small bungalow bago so badly I could hardly get
hivincr been built on one of the cars about. I could get no relief day or
The address was delivered by Judge
Kelly of Albany. Music was furnished
by the Cherrian band of Salem and the
The first prize In the baby show
Mrs. B. P. Stevens is visiting her j wis won by the F. C. Crabtree baby.
nans Loveland a prosperous larm
er of Central Howell, has Just In
stalled a new Delco lighting system
in the new house recently finished.
Oswald brothers of this city installel
he plant and it is giving perfect sat
isfaction. Oswald brothers also . In
stalled a plant a few days ago in the parts ot the c0ntry. The Loe farms
new house built on the I. D. Miller are know" a" over the United States
fiirmi and a new water system. na tney have standing orders for
O. J. Schaffer and sister. Mnrv nf ocK which they will not be able ta
Hoqulam, Wash., are visiting friends t Ior Bome time.
i" "iy. mey arrived nere on tne ine loung peoples' society of
fourth. Trinity Lutheran church mot ti,J
jonn u. iais was visiting his son. nome of Martin llatteherc finnan-.
Joe at Silverton yesterday. Owing to the meeting coming on the
T. O. Rees of the Butte Creek Fourth it was made n nntrinn,.
.uuiiioer ,o east ot Hootls Mills, was iunctlon.
"mb jkoiki uiiy, I sr. . nhn'R T.ntkAl.. k.. k t--,.i
ll, u.. -k..i j ....I . vuuiui neiu
vilh m win m son rjifm nnrmnnut n
mh.nnin . Jl ZiT ! .! alte"aanc.e w exceptionally.
f , 1" T ., .k ,' k r, " a"i a Peasant time was had.
-. .....nw. rfiiivu ID HUUICU IU llM A O O ,1. j .
itlon on monster autn ir,.,-l . "' ?' Knum(r 01 saiem was In
Ahnt o.,o.., ... tne city Sunday, a guest of P. W.
Knights of Columbus from ML. Aiigul on . , . iIlanK to laniac I am now en-
nicifnroil tn Tl 11., puvenun people wno nave OCCaslo.1 joying fa for the flrat
vr OUIIIUIJT WUBir I . - . v
a council was organized. They report , , ,,nn netween here and ytfars," recently declared Arthur Le-
havlng had a splendid time. ..m a.e uongntea to rind that im- "eau, foreman of the Porter Screen
""'"" wive oeen made in htrvo., iwanoosKi. Vermont "Pi- ti-,l
pavement at the east end. Road Su
pervisor Culvar had a crew of men nt
work there nil day yesterday.
The Blerman family at North Hn.
ell has been sick for some time wl'h
smallpox, but the several cases are
said to be recovering.
Between Hie f'rst of Alnv ami iho Henry Bowers of Vancouver. Wnati.
i-iiidlle of June. Clifford Feller, ucd ls vlslunK nt the home of his grand
15, of Turner route 2. killed ins ,... Parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Jeffe.--
digger squirrels, 12 gonhers and 7 sou, west of the city.
noles. Tuesday he brought the scalps urch bazaar will be held nt
of the moles and the pelts 01 the the North Howell grange hall on Frl
gophers and squirrels to the county dar evening nnd a good program will
elerk'g office and received bounties 1,9 ' rendered. "Little Red Riding
vn....s ii.au. . roaents were
raugnt on the farm of his father,
Fred Feller, near Turner.
Wilma Alfqrd. 12, of Salem route It,
received bounty on 7 mole skins and
Henry Toelle of Salem route 1
brought In the pelts of 2 gophers and
9 moles. Besides the bounty on tho
moles, tho skins bring 25 cents nploce
in the market.
Duvenon, July 7. A long drawn
.umiroversy between C. M. Coy, pro
: prletor of the Silverton hotel, and
Business men of the city over
alleged bills long passed due, came
10 a termination yesterday when Mr
Coy turned his lease and furniture
over to the creditors to satisfy the
claims. It la said th bills aggregate
"" "ceeaing :ooo. Coy went to
will be presented by the chil-
jears i was a sick man. My princi
pal trouDie was indigestion. I had
no appetite and generally went off to
work without any breakfast bocause
I knew if I ate anything it would
only upset me.
"My condition was so bad in fact,
I could neither sleep, eat nor work
with any satisfaction nnd .
nervous that the least thing would
upset me. Nothing seemed to agree
with me and I would havo severe
cramping pains in my stomach and
at times my heart would palpitate
badly. I also suffered from shortness
of breath, and the least little exer-
uon would make my heart thump
line un engine.
iii wi i almost dec ded T .r...in
give up my job as I got so weak and
Hae, Green. July 7.-M,,. v,, "'6 1 l 1 C0uld sta" " no
Grose, professor of
per I saw a statement about Tanlac
inrn convinced me it was Just the
n.euu-ine 1 needed. It helped me fror,
nisi uuse ana at the time I
naa iiiusned my third bottle, I hard
ly knew myself.
"I never have the slightest nn.
im ut inuigestion now and I feel
like a brand new man in every way.
iiiuom.nii college, will give a lecit
al at the Hazel Green church July
10, Saturday evening, 8 p. m. Miss
Grose Is a very talented reader nn.i
everybody should take this opportu
nity to hear her. An offering vlii h
Mr. and Mrs. Chag. Zelllnskl and
Oeo. Zelllnski and wife attended the
iripurauon at smyton. Saturday.
Mr! and Mr JUh Mer'a.f. CI sTdl'd " erv
ton and Ellen demons attended J - SJht Th2 T 'Tf T" M
Stayton celebration Sntnrdnv - .: The .0rk 1 used to now
ayton celebration Sntnrdnv
Maurice Dunican and fnmiiv on
Fred Chapmans autoed to V.n,,,
T5 n, , .. .
r. risner attended the tf. B.
S!"m ,n Port,and ,ast :
seems easy for me and I am now in
mo very pinK of condition.' Of
vuu.se x am only too glad to recom-
mimiu mis meaiclne. "
Tanlat la baM i c 1 . . .
. , 0lt.m oy TJ.er8
i 11 Hna leading druggists
... mwns. fadv
Paris Shoe Shop
357 State Street, is no,p in Ml swing. We still have Var
gains in seasonable mercKaniise., REMEMBER All Ox-
fords and Pumps are included in this sale. Come while the
daughter In Benton countv.
Jacob Selgmund of Stayton has been
visiting his sons in this city for a few
L. K. Seigmund went to Portland
yesterday, having been drawn to serve
on tne federal grand Jury.
J. R. Vanderbeck has moved to his
farm .near Woodburn. Mr. Vander-
DecK recently purchased the plae
from C. F. Straw.
August Schafer has sold his city
property and business here to L. Tan
zer of Salem. Mr. Tanzer will con
tinue to ao snoe repairing. It is un-
During the day two airplanes flew al
most continuously over the town, and
many local people took rides.
The sports and races in the after-1 Co., Mfrs., Buffalo,
noon were pulled off on time and were
all good. The bucking contest was
quite interesting, but no prominent
buckaroos were present, and some ot
the horses are still unconquered. There
was the largest crowd of people ever
in Stayton and everything passed off
in good style and on time. There was
no disorder and no accidents to mar
the pleasure of the day, and everyone
semed to be satisfied with the enter
night and my kidneys acted irregu
larly. I used Doan's Kidney Pills s
directed and they soon stopped the
backaches and regulated my kidneys,
I cannot say too much for what
Doan's have done for me."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Sonner had. Foster-Milburn
N. Y. ' (advj
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
derstood that Mr. and Mrs. Schafer tainment. Two dances gave plenty of
win move to Tillamook.
J. eigler and wife, who have
oeen living in Granite, Md., for some
time, have decided to move bach 1.
Gervais to make their future home.
Several from Gervais went to Wood
burn Sunday to witness ia baseball
between AVaconda and Woodburn.
Information has just been received
here of the marriage of Miss Gertrude
room for the crowd at night and closed
the day's festivities.
Mrs. Archie Burdick of Kelso,
Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lau of
Salem are visiting at E. C. Lau's.
Dr. G. C. Watson of Victoria, B. C,
is visiting at the E. Roy home.
Quite a number of Stayton people
attended the celebration at Jefferson
Takes the plac of nous
lining for less.
Max 0. Bur en
L. M. hum
Chinese Medicine and Tea Ca.
Om medicine which will ours
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. m.
lSl South High Street
Salem, Oregon. Phone III
A satisfied customer return,
ROWLAND PRINTING CO.
Phone 1512, over Pattons Book 8teie
178 North Commercial
MeMonagle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the 5tn-
P. MeMonagle of Gervais, to John Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caspell and chil
Hannegan, a prominent business man! dren of Astoria, motored up to Stayton
of Hoquiam, Wash. They will make ! Friday and visited at the home of Mrs.
their home in that city.
Mr. Apple, a house mover from
Woodburn, has just completed a. diffi
cult job for J. Dorn, who owns a farm
near the Pudding river on the Mt. An
gel road. , When Mr Dorn purchased
the farm he now owns, the buildings
Caspell'a mother, Mrs. J. B. Trask.
Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Korinek were
over-Sunday visitors at the E. D. Alex
Mrs. J. W. McCuloch and children
of Ontario are visiting at G. L. Brown's
and Dr. C. H. Brewer's.
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