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Today's Dallas News
Bringing Up Father By George McManus
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
v,u,,ysnt 1920 By
t- Probate Court .:
In re: guardianship of Ida M. Per-
clval, an Incompetent person. Notice
fit hearing petition for appointment
In re: fruardianshlp of Violet 'and
Huby Brdwn, mlnori. Kepori ci erne
tt real estate. Order confirming sale.
. In re: estate of B. Vt Schrunk, de
ceased. Notice of final settlement fil
ed. Affidavit of publication filed. Or
fier Allowing final account. -
In re. estate of Marshal N. Suver,
. deceased; Notice by county court of
he determination, of value of inheri
tance tax and amount of tax. Report
to state treasurer by administrator
In re. estate of Ethel H. Perry, "de
ceased. Order appointing John A, Per
sy administrator. Bond of adralnistra
tor filed. .
In re. guardianship of Mildred Gra
trie, a minor. Proof of publication fil
ed. Order for sale of real property.
In re. guardianship of Mary Vir
ginia Richmond, a minor. First an
nual account filed. Order approving
Marriage License J
Allen Jordan, age 20, laundryman
of Independence, to Mildred Oleman,
age. SI, school teacher of Monmouth.
Construction on the Willamlna
Crande Ronde railway suspended op
erations last Saturday, as the result
mt the red movement. Agitators of
twlahevlam were working among the
road builders and a general walk out
i aet for last Saturday. This, how-
will not in any way affect the
construction materially as the con
traatora are seeking a new crew and
will resume operations as soon as pos
sible. Robert (Bob) Stewart, a Sigma Nu
erf O. A. C. and center on the 1920
football squad, and Reno Banks, a
Sigma Alpha Epsllon, were In Dal
las Tuesday, on their way to Hilla
fcoro. Mr. Banks is associated with
4a poultry breeder's pamphlet issued
in Portland. The young men visited
with J. B. Eakln, who also attended
ha agricultural college before the
. New Palls City School
The work on the new Falls City
school house will commence some
time In the early part of September.
Vlie new building which will be erect
ed will cost $28,000 and will be one
of the finest small town school build
ings In the state. The plana were
drawn by F. H. Morrison of this city.
Bids will be let this week to the con
traotors. The present school building
lias been used by the grammar grades
s well as the high school and the ao
Jaoimnodatlona, would not permit suit
able scientific . work and could not
take care of the increase in the num-.
oer of students,
WITH MEALS IN
Voer Nerves- Demand it. Your Blood
Needs it. Say Phyaicians '
There's not enough phosphorus In
modern foods . to benefit nearly one
Jialf of the men and -women of Am
erica, scientists declare. '
To overcome this lack of an ele
ment of your body that Is necessary
to your health, , your happinses and
von your success in life, weak, anae
salc, nervous, run dbyn people are ad
vised to take Bltro-Phosphate as dis
pensed In leading drug stores in the
original package.. 1
Speaking of people who are easily
fatigued, who lack ambition, nerve
end are ofttimes thin, weak and sadly
lacking in firm, healthy flesh, Jos
eph D. Harrlgan, formerly visiting
specialist North Eastern Dispensary,
N. Y, says:
"Patients who were apparently
physical wrecks, who foolishly thJt
they needed only a blood tonic to en
rich the blood, have come for treat
ment trembling and shaking, their
nerve force almost exhausted and in
many such cases the administering
of Bltro-Phosphate has produced
seemingly magical results."
. People who feel the heat of sum
mer, tire easily and often become ir
ritable and depressed, will find Bitro-
Phoaphate an Inexpensive and help
Druggists report a wonderful in
ereasa in the demand from men and
women who are anxious to renew old
time ambition and .who are making
an honest effort to become vigorous
and keen minded with a power of
endurance that denotes almost per
They ask for Bltro-Phosphate be
cause they know they need an inex
pensive organic .phosphate, . (adv)
7 ' I T 1 1 TMTji r r ZZL " - "' '-'.'if au; HELLO-ll sH1 MR.OM-IQO T ' DO VOO THINK I'O I S
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a''V "' ' r ' mo W inn hmum unit. : - ' " .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H, Morris
have Just returned from .an extended
trip up the coast. They' first visited
E. W. Slefarth of Bellingham, Wash,
a brother of Mrs. Morris. Mr Sle
farth and family joined the Morrises
and they visited Glacier park and
then proceeded into British Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris went by boat
from Seattle to Victoria, B. C. They
report a cool summer In the country
they have visited the past three weeks
.. .Woman's Annual Hunt
Mrs. Charles Nale of Hosklns, pro
cured her hunting license this morn
ing preparatory to her annual hunt.
Mrs. Nale la a resident of Hosklns
and Is the only woman in Polk coun-;
ty who procures a hunting license.!
She handles a 12 guage pump shot
gun as accurately as the average
hunter and has procured a deer each
season for many years. She is 28
years of age and her hunting com
panion is her husband, Charles Nale,
who is quite a sportsman.
John. B. Eakln, Jr., arrived in Dal
las Sunday at 1 p. m. His parents,
Mr. and Mrs John E. Eakln are very
proud of their 8 pound son and the
grandfather, Hort C, Eakln, Is strut
ting around like a presidential candi
date. Hort C. is some foxy grandpa.
Dr. A. B. Starbuck and family left
yesterday for Bay Ocean where they
will enjoy a few weeks vacation.
Attorney C. L. Starr and family of
Portland, have been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morri
son, Mrs. Starr's parents. They left
Saturday for the coast where they
will remain several days before re
turning to Portland.
Miss Alioe. Strong of Eugene, niece
of Floyd D. Moore, Is visiting at the
latter's home for a few days
Harold Rich - and wife returned
from- Newport Sunday where they
have been enjoying their-' -vacation.
Mr, Rich says the wind is quite strong
at Newport, yet very , enjoyable. '
Missionaries In Dallas
Miss Anna Kropit and Miss Mary
Schmidt, missionaries of tthe Men-
nonite church, arrived in Dallas last
week. The ladies are on their way
nome to Minnesota from China,
where they have been stationed for
the past eight years. They will visit
relatives and friends' in this vicinity
for a few weeks.
Mrs. W. H. Marsh and daughter, of
this city, and Miss Ida Peck of Se
attle, have gone to Yaquina to visit
their brother. They will also spend
some time at Newport.
Mrs. I. J. Wess and daughter, La
vlna of McMinhville are visTReg with
friends in Dallas this -week.- Mrs.
Wess was formerly a resident of
Dallas, having lived here several
years. . ... '
R, W. Bennett of Tillamook spent
the week end with his mother, Mrs.
A. W. Bennett, and family. He re
turned to Tillamook Monday, accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ben
nett. . .;; ) y,5; 'v.'"
Mr. and Mrs... A. S. Campbell and
family, accompanied by Mr. - Camp
bell's sister, Mrs. Buell. left the first
of the week for Tillamook where they
will spend the remainder of the sum
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Morris are vis
iting friends and relatives in Bel
Mrs. M. L. Boyd went to Portland
Wednesday afternoon for a few days
Mr. and Mrs. James Cairnes and
daughter of Rhineland, Wis., have
bought property in Dallas and expect
to make this city their home. .
Mrs. William Ellis and grand
daughter, . Carolyn,, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. M. G. Ellis in Portland, for
Woodburn, Or., Aug. 17. Mrs. E. F.
Butterfield departed recently for Oak
land, California, where she will visit
indefinitely wtih her daughter, Mrs. J.
E. Ballou; Mrs. Butterfield, who has
been In poor health ever since an at
ttack of infuenza last winter, goes to
California to see If the- change will
benefit her. Mr. Butterfield will Join
her In December for short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Alleman and
son J. Homer and Granville, left in
itheir car yesterday for a trip down
through the Tachats country, fishing
Johnson & Goulet, the new proprie
tors of the Bon Ton confectionery, are
busily engaged In remodeling the In
terior to accommodate a larger trade.
Quick lunches will be served beside ice
Tin the hands of this popular couple of
I young business men, to become one of
'the centers of Woodburn's social activ
Taking bedding and tents and food
with them, Mrs. C. A. Adams and
daughter, Gladys, sons. Nelson and
Harvey, and Lois Beabe and Eugene
Riches, left Sunday' in the Adams'
hack for a. trip to Siletz bay. They
will camp along the road and expect to
bo Awflv two vfipka.
Mr. and Mrs. R. ii. Guiss and chil
dren returned Saturday evening from
Newport, reporting a most pleasant
Woodburn, Oft, Aug. 17. Mr. and
um w r rvNoii art at Vancouver.
.Wash., this week attending the Wash
ington Elks' convention.
D. S. Livety is getting the ground
ready for the erection of a new home
on the lot where the old sawmill for
merly stood. ' ' .
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jenson are re
joicing over, the arrival of a e'r' at
their home on . Elliott prairie a few
days ago. - - .
H. C. Clark of Eugene has accepted
a position as operator in the S. P. de
P. a. Vickers is visiting in Souther
California this week. He will be i
sent several weeka
E E. A. Proctor and family have Deen
visiting at the Frank Proctor home
here for a few days. Mr. Proctor re
cently returned from Illinois and ex
pects to locate permanently some
where in the Willamette valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Geer have re
turned from Newport, where they had
spent a week's vacation.
The Security State banK is unaergu
Ing marked improvement. C. A. Parr
is the carpenter in charge of the work.
Mrs. S. A.' Livesley is visiting her
son, P. A. Mvesiey, in roruauu.
Mr. and Mrs. August B'assler of lowa
have been visiting friends in the cuy
for several days : '
; Mrs. Charles Bales and- five children
of Dayville are visiting friends in
Woodburn. They expect to De nere a
couple of weeks.
L f nv"0 n nwflM. a bra ke man on
the Oregon Electric road from West
m.,ji,,, n thin station, has rented
the Livesley home and will move his
family here from Salem soon.
f John Collier Is visiting his old home
'in TnAiananolls. Ind. He will be ab
sent several weeks.
Walter Johnson has purchased the
m AnnfaMinnRrv store. He has
I rented the Miller house on First street
and is moving his. family here from
Mr. and Mrs. E. Courtney are spena
lng the week on an autmobile tour of
Hubbard, Or., Aug. . 17. M. L.'
Scholl and family, Henry Scholl ano
family, A. R. Bevens and family and
P. Paulson and family left yesterday
for Pacific City where they will spend
a couple of weeks. .
Charles Kinzer and family tooK tneir
,,MipHav for Newport and
I expect to spead a couple of weeks on
Not all the people in Marion county
attended the picnic at Woodburn Sun
day. The swimming hole at Wilson
ville had attraction for some of the
i.ij" cnri the. hank of the river
was lined for nearly a half mile with
automobiles and people.
Mrs. Ella Coyl is visiting her son in
southern Oregon. .
After several weeks' stay in Moni
tor, where he has been working on the
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thr f-hrtutt fugrvdiADta from
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teUvor si stamp.) for proof bsm anacMnaioa,
IaTJTO TOPS AND REPAIRING
of all kinds, seat
covers. Service. O.
J. Hull T. M. C. A.
Building, Salem, Oregon.
The Joy Of AJ
Know the joy and
happiness that comes
to one thru possessing
a skin of purity and
beauty. The soft, dis-
tinguished appearance it
irenders brings out your
natural beauty to its full
est. In use over 70 years.
; YOUNG WOMEN
This Letter Tells How it May
be Overcome all Mothers
' Fort Dode, la. "From the time my
daughter was 13 years eld until she was
id sue suuerea so
badly each month,
tbat sometimes I had
to call in the doctor.
She had headaches,
backache, and such
pains and cramps
that she would have
to star in bed two
or three dars. She
became terribly run
down in health and
at last a friend who
had used Lvdia E.
Pinkkam's Vegetable Compound told
iter about it and she has used sixteen
kettles, sad we always hare it in the
Iteuae. 8 he feel fine now and she has
ae trouble at all each month. We al
erars praise it and advise any friends
who saner to use your wonaenui mea
iciae." tin. MisMic Maxdelko, 1005
. 18th St. 4 10th Avenue, Fort
'tiirla who are troubM as Miss Man
4(Wlke was, should imoediately seek ree
feratioa te health by taking Lydia K.
f inkkasa's Vegetable Compound. j
iBoae wso neea special uuvicc may
-rita te Lydia E. i'inkhaia Medicine
. (eeandeatial), Lyns, Mass. These
tetters will be opened, read and an
mvmd by a woman and held ia strict
Salem, Ore., Aug. 17, 1920
My Dear Sir: .
Isn't it a fact that you seldom see a shoddy looking
Liberty? - -
In this city, where scores of Libertys are on the
streets daily, you will find fewer neglected looking
ones in proportion l!o the number owned, than of prob
ably any other car you care to name.
They are invariably KEPT clean, the nickel is
bright, the paint is fresh and everything about them
looks spick and span.
Why is it?
And in answer, let us ask, "why do you mow your
One of the first things that moves one to select the
Liberty is the beauty and style of its lines In five
years these lines have undergone no radical change,
and although their influence may be detected in the
changing style of numerous other cars, they still re
main distinct and pleasing, and unapproached by
Owners are just as appreciative of this beauty
after the car has served them one year, or two years,
or even longer. It is still obviously in good taste and
unaffected by the passing of freak designs. So it be
comes an absolute responsibility with them to see that
its pleasing lines are unmarred by a finish that shows
signs of use." : .
However, the real quality of the Liberty goes even
deeper, and it is the deep-grounded goodness of the
car which holds the owner's appreciation so securely,
for year after year.
There is no satisfaction in re-decorating a run
down house. But there is reaL deep and thorough
satisfaction in renewing the outward appearance of a
car that refuses to grow old.
The pride tthat any owner takes the pride that
you would take in a car that persisted in remaining
as sound and sturdy and dependable as the day it was
bought, would certainly be reason enough for occasion
ally brightening up its appearance. Especially when
nothing else was required to provide you with all that
a new one could supply.
You can quite easiiy satisfy yourself that this has
been the common experience of Liberty owners.
It is an experience worth desiring and worth in
vestigating. Yours very trulv,
J. E. RINGROSE,
341 N. Commercial Street. -
Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body
full of youth and health may be
yours if you will keep your system
in order by regularly taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
livec, bladder and una acid troubles, the
enemies of life and looks. In use since
1696. All druggists, three sizes.
Look for tit aaoie Cold MooWl oa ovorr bi
nd accept im imitwIioH
I rock crusher, Ben Casto has returned
to his home east ot liuDburci.
ATv TCriit-ii AmoH has returned to her
home in Portland after a week's visit
with her mother In this city.
William Burnett and family are
spending a week's vacation at Seaside.
D. P. Repley, who recently pur
chased the Toyn farm west of town,
arrived here this week with nis fam
ily from Pocatello, Idaho, and expects
to take possession of the property
about the first of next month. .
The Bulgers dog and pony show
iuvo,f horn In Ht Aveninsr. This com
pany was billed to, play here on. the
23rd of April, But ror some reason ian,
ed to meet the engagement. . The kid
dies were all waiting 'or them, how
ever, and when they finally come.
were greeted by a large audience.. ,
Tha tfnnwnrth T.eHcue will serve Ice
cream at the Methodist grove next Fri
day evening, and a social time is an
ticipated. ' . . . -.
n A. nieaver spent the preceding
week In Seattle on business.
W. W. Scott, who had lived here
owy.o. lew moiuns, moved ki. f.7
to Newberg during the
Carl Ohme- is the new stre.t
missioner and has
lng station. -
General Strike h.
' Kingston, Jamah
Kingston. Jamaica. Ai .c .
eral strike has been called by p0
ijicii iiciw aim uy railway emplomthe
former demanding doubl pay hili,
the railroaders object to a white tm
fie inspector. Order is behir rmh.
tained by troops and special police.
AS you ride in the BIG-SEX, yon are
jf won by the silent, steady pull of
its 60-horsepower motor and, when
the throttle ia opened, you feel the
great resources of speed and power.
: 60-H. P. detachable-head motor; intermediate
transmisuon; 126-inch wheeib&ae, providing
ample room for seven adults.
AO Studebakor can are aoalppod with
Cord Tiros another Srodebakar praeodona
TAw haStudebaker Year"
MARION AUTOMOBILE CO
II I L J
I Well Begun
Teck la seme
cakes have a
The most important step to
ward better baking is securing
reliable flour. The rest is easy
merely follow the directions
of a good recipe. (SESTEEQS
is reliable flour whoever has
used it says so, and many
have used it during the past
Your grocer has it in 10,
24i and 49 pound tacks.
Ot essmtv fou-lt
Ir-esof iber toe.
Deep Apple Cake
Separata 1 cos add to
1 cup. OSJSEIJC Fiaur.
J tewpaena baking powder.
Beat Cfockly ; fold in beaten
whites. Bake in veil greased
hangar pan. Cover the aop
thickly wrtfc pared, cored
and quartered appiea. Doac
ever ail one cup
Eafca half bow.
We claim that our bread
is the purest kind of food
and the increasing busi
ness we do backs up this
assertion. There's one way
to test our bread and that
is to taste it. Make it a
member of your family
get into the habit of order
ing it by name.
PHILIP WINTERS, Prop.
170 N. Com'l. St PhomW
A satisfied customer return.
ROWLAND PRINTING CO.
Phone 1512, over Patterns Book Stow
Beautiful Homes h
nortrnrte J. M. Page
492 North Cottage. ' Phone !
Trunks, Bags, Suit
Music Rolls, and Brief Cases, il
840 Court Street
S. C. STONE, M. D.
and does a general office praoth
KJlLiV J. J aw at
157 South Commercial Street
FOR LONG riSTANO
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. floiue Furnisher .
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You get more for your
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