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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY, JUNE 29
STRUCK BY AUTO
Silverton, June 29. Catharlna
Ruschelnsky, the 9 year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M
Ruschelnsky, who live In north
Silverton, near the Catholi
church on the Silverton-Salem
road, met with an accident about
4:30 Tuesday afternoon when sh
was run down by an auto, almost
directly in front of the home of
Lester Kaufman and between the
K. J. Lytle and J. E. Lytle places,
as she was on her way home
The little girl was In the com'
pany of Mrs. E. J. Lytle and three
playmates, walking towards S1I
verton at the time of the accl
At the first sound of the claxon
the litle girl, who had been play
ing with a tarball moved from
the middle of the road, where she
had been walking, to the right
side. Suddenly without warning
she darted again to the center of
the pavement, directly in the
path of the oncoming car, either
; in confusion or after the tarball
with which she had been playing.
According to those who witnessed
the affair the car, which was be
lng driven by S. Teglund and Wm
Graham, was proceeding at a slow
rate of speed, and that the accl'
dent was entirely unavoidable.
The car passed over a part of
her body. The little girl was tak
en Immediately to the hospital
where she received Instant at
tention. An examination shows no
serious bone fractures. Her face
and body were badly bruised. At
this time she is resting easy and
is expected to recover.
TO ENTERTAIN LODGES
AT SILVERTON Ift FALL
Silverton, June 29. Plans are
now under way by the Silver
lodge No. 21, I. O. O. F., and Try-
phena Rebekah who will be en
tertalners to the I. O. O. F. and
Rebekah lodges of Marion county
At a meeting held recently in the
Odd Fellows hall of this city, a
committee composed of members
from the various I. O. O. F. and
Rebekah lodges of Marion county
planned for a big time, to be
held here Labor day, September
Rickreall, June 28. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Goodell left Monday
for Belknap and Foley Springe
where they will spend the week.
John Trent sold his residence
property last week to Harry
Dempsey who came down from
Robert Lord and J. O. Price re
turned from Pacific City last Sat
urday. The two brought home
some fine salmon and report that
during the week they had a fine
, Mrs. J. O. Price and children
returned to her home here from
Portland where they spent the
week visiting relatives.
Prince Lucas spent the week
end In Portland with his sister,
Mrs. James Jones.
A letter has been received by
A. Hill from his son, Walter, who
is working for the Warren Con
struction company at Sebastapol
Cal., stating that he is in the hos
pital suffering from a badly
The grading of the road be
tween Rickreall and the Fox
bride was delayed from Friday to
Tuesday while repairs were be
ing made on the county caterpil
lar tractor which broke down.
Judge Robinson was in town
last week on business.
The dry weather is going to
cause the flax work to be late
Says His Prcscrip
tion Has Powerful
Mr. James H. Allen, of Roches
ter. N. Y., suffered for years wlih
rheumatism. Many time this ter
rible diseuaa left him helpless and
unable to work.
He finally decided, after years
of ceaelea study, thnt no one cn
be free from rheumatism until the
accumulated impurities, oom
monly called uric acid deposits,
were dissolved in the joints and
- muscles and expelled from the
With this Idea in mind he con
sulted physicians, mads experi
ments and finally compounded a
prescription that quickly and com
pletely banished every sign and
symptom of rheumatism from hia
He freely gave his discovery,
which he called Allenrhu. to oth
ers who took it, with what mivht
be called marvelous success. After
veara of urKing he decided to let
sufferers everywhere know about
his discovery through the newspa
pers. He haa therefore instruoted
druggists everywhere to dispense
Allenrhu with the understanding
that if the first pint bottle doe
not show the way to complete re
covery he will gladly return your
money without comment. (adv)
Macleay, Or., June 29. Mr.
Johnson of the Waldo Hills has
sold his farm, formerly known as
the Knute Savage place, to a par
ty frtfm Silverton.
The farmers of this vicinity
shipped their wool to the Wool
Growers association with head
quarters at Portland, from Silver-
ton last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McElhany
vlsted relatives near Brownsville
Uncle Cal Geer, 84 years of age,
instead of 82 as previously men
cloned in an Article, says that he
helped Andy King's father plow
years ago when they used oxen
The plow they used had a wooden
uiole-board. Ever Blnce Uncle
Cal was 11 years old he had help
ed plant grain. He thinks that
there Is no one in the United
dtates that can beat his record.
T. S. Williams of Thornby
bought five fine registered Jersey
heifers from F. A. Doerfler last
Phillip Fisher Is working on a
county bridge gang.
The three school directors and
jne clerk elected at a school
meeting held at McCalpln district
No. 64 were as follows: F. A.
Doerfler, director and chairman,
to serve one years; J. B. Peterson
director, to serve two years; Fred
Caspell, director, to serve thret
years, and Mrs. F. A. Uoerller,
clerk, to serve one year.
The farmers of this district are
beginning to wake up and art
now holding meetings for the pur
pose of considering the possibility
of having the wheat growers' as
sociation handle the oats raiseu
about here. The oats here are bet
ter suited for milling purpose than
oats from many other localities
the kernals are large and have t
small hull. By pooling their grain,
the farmers will be able to real
ize the larger profit than they
have been receiving.
Since Floyd, Roy and Jack Foi.
nave left home the Jacob Fox fam
ily is rather small. Roy has movec
to his farm 15 miles west of Port
land; Floyd has left for Canadi
with five breeds of sheep whici
he will show at fairs for nearly
five weeks, and Jack is makint
improvements on his house. Tht
suriosity of many of the Macrea
folks Is being aroused and thej
are wondering what Jack meant
by it all.
APOLLO CLUB TO
SING AT NORMA
Chicago. Harold F. McCor-
mick, head of the executive com
mittee of the International Har
vester company, announced his in
tention to sue for libel every news
paper which published the report
that he purchased a gland of an
other man to be grafted into his
It you have reason to think
your child is suffering from
worms, take the safe course use
White's Cream Vermifuge. Worms
can not resist its expelling In
fluence. Price 35c. Sold by Dan'l
J. Fry. (adv)
Monmouth, Or., June 29. The
Apollo elub, a musical organlza
tlon of men from Salem under the
direction of Director John Sykes,
has been secured to give a concert
In the chapel on the evening of
July 13 at 8:15 o'clock. This club
is well known throughout the val
ley and has long stood for excel
lence in things musical, Their
many friends will be glad of the
opportunity to hear them sing.
Admission will be 60 "cents, with
a special charge to students of 25
The members of the faculty
have announced that the recess
for July 4th will begin Friday
evening, June 30, and continue un
til Tuesday evening, July 4. Class
es will be resumed at 8 o'clock on
Wednesday morning and will be
held on Saturday, July 8, to make
up for Monday, July 3. This ar
rangement has been made to give
students who wluh to go to their
homes a chance to reach them and
to return in time for classes on
BUILD CULVERTS ON
ROAD TO SILVERTON
Silverton, Or., June 29. Im
portant changes are being made
along the Pudding river bottom,
on the Silverton-Salem road, by
he county workers, who are
building two large culverts to care
for the water during the winter
;ime. Each year there Is extra
low of water which many times
.nakes the road Impassable and
;ausing much damage to the road
ed. The installation of these cul
verts will no doubt add much to
the caring for the water.
THREE POLK STUDENTS
GRADUATE FROM U. 0.
Dallas, Or., June 29. Three
Polk county Btudents, Miss Echo
Balderre of Dallas, Birchard A.
an Loan and Donald A. Port
Arood, both of .Monmouth, are
imong the 1922 graduating class
it the University of Oregon. Miss
Balderee has specialized In physi
cal education, work which fits her
for direction of high school gym
nastics, recratlon and health su
pervision. She qualified for a
high school teacher's certificate.
Mr. Van Loan did his major work
in zoology, and Mr. Portwood In
business administration. Mr. Van
Loan is intending to pursue his
work for the degree of doctor of
medicine. Mr. Portwood's spe
cialty has been foreign trade. The
three have been prominent in all
3tudent activities as well as in
their class work during their stu
dent days at the university.
TRIPLETS ARE BORN TO ,
COTTAGE GROVE COUPLE
Portland, Or., June 29. Trip
lets, the aggregate weight of
which was 18 pounds, fwere
born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl F: Pal
mer of Cottage Orove at the home
of Mrs. Palmer's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Derr at 1:15 o'clock
yesterday. They were said to be
among the largest triplets on rec
ord In the country. The tables,
all boys, were named RoDert,
Richard and Rollo. They weighed
6, thi and 6 pounds. The boys
and their mother were reported
today as doing well.
Fairfield, Or., June 29. Mr
and Mrs. M. J. Mahony have
moved into their new bungalow
Miss Agnes DuRette Is spend
ing this week with her sister, Mrs.
J. I. Steward of Seattle.
Miss Laura Pierce, who has
been teaching at Troutdale, and
Miss Zella Pierce, who taught an
eastern Oregon school, made a
short visit with their parents.
then left laBt week for a six weeks
course at Monmouth.
Mr. and Mrs. John Imlah ana
family, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Parker
and family spent Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hugill
near Monitor. -
E. B. Smith has just completed
setting out 17 acres of broccoli.
William Allsup and Ralph Du
Rette are also setting out several
Mr nnd Mm. AT J. Mahonev
spent the weekend at M. W. Ma-
hony's in Portland.
Mrs. M. D. Henning Mrs. S.
Stevens and Mrs. B. J. J. Miller
and little Bonnie Belle spent Fri
day afternoon at Mrs. John Im-lah's.
Fairfield will hold their annual
picnic July 4th at the Mahony
bar, bring a well filed lunch bas
ket and bathing suit is all that Is
necessary. Everybody welcome.
Polk County Court
James C. Hutchlns vs. John
Wesley Benton and Lucy C. Ben
ton. Action for money.
John L. Sweeney, T. J. Graves
and L. D. Brown appointed ap
praisers of estate of William Al
bert Freeze, deceased.
Order made approving final ac
count of L. D. Brown as admin
istrator of estate of Matilda- Jane
Coleman, deceased. Administrator
and bondsmen released.
Cases of oak or ivy poisoning
should be treated with Ballard's
Snow Liniment. It is antiseptic
and healing and a splendid rem
edy for such troubles. Three sizes
SOc, 60c and $1.20 per bottle
Sold by Dan'l J. Fry. (adv)
MASON AND ECONOMY
S J TP S
Qa fT-0; ..Nat fSiim II
CANNING SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
Quarts .... 88c
Pints ... . $1.00
Quarts . . . $1.25
1-2 Gallon . . $1.65'
1-2 Gallon . . $1.27
Mason Ideal Jars With Glass Tops
Tints $1.10 Quarts $1.30 y2 Gal $1.65
JELLY GLASSES PER DOZEN, all sizes, 50c
CAPS, RUBBERS, WAX, ETC.
Parwax, cake 5c
Mason Jar Caps, dozen .....25c
Mason Jar Rubbers, 5 dozen 25c
ORDER BY PHONE
Free Deliveries with
orders of $2 or more.
Telephone No. 453
Economy Jar Caps, dozen
We carry a full line of
Berlin. Three persons were
killed and 25 wounded at Darm
stadt when police fired on a crowd
during a demonstration.
Washington. Final legislative
action on the annual naval ap
propriation bill was taken by the
senate, which concurred In the
conference report of the measure
Great Falls, Mont. J. J. Smith,
44, murderer and paroled convict
from Montana state prison, was
shot and killed Tuesday In a run
ning gun fight wtih deputy sher
iffs, according to a dispatch to the
Detroit. The wage reduction
announced for maintenance of
way employes on the Pennsylva
nia system generally averages
slightly less than that ordered
throughout the country by the
railway labor board. It was said
in union circles.
Iav Mem 6ta Terminal
T:09 am. lltto am. 6:10 pm.
1mv Dallas, QU Hotel
S:0 a, m. 11:10 m. CitO p m.
FARBJ 10 CENTS
Dally and Sunday
Bv.rjr day nc.pt morning
trip does not run Sunday
Hound Trip 10 centa
The Bloomqulst sawmill, six
miles north of Gold Hill, has been
destroyed with a loss of $2500.
Hamman Auto Stage
Effective May Z2nd
Three Stages Daily
Leaves Salem Stage Terminal:
No. 1. 7:80 a. m. No. 3, 10:80 a.
m. No. 5, :30 p. m.
Leave Mill City:
No. 6, 7 a. m. No. 2, 12:30 p. m.
No. 4, 4 p. m. No. 1 connects
with east bound train at Mill
City, No. 2 waits for west bound
train at Mill City.
JOS. HAMMAN. Prop.
Leaves Salem Central Stage Ter
minal, 7:00 a. in., 11:00 a. m. 6:00
Leaves Silverton News Stand. 8:00
a. m., 1:00 p. m., 6:00 p. m.
Leaves Salem Central Stage -Terminal,
7:00 a. m., 8:00 a. m.,
11:00 a. m., 3:00 p. m., 6:00 p. m.
Leaves Monmouth, Monmouth ho
tel, 8:16 a. m., 1:00 p. m., 6:16
Leavei Independence, Beaver ho
tel, 8:30 a. m., 10:00 a. m., 1:16
p. m., 4:00 p. m., 6:30 p. m.
We make connections at Salem
to all parts of the valley.
Extra trips by appointment.
J. W. PARKER
6IIVERTON MOUNT ANGEI
C. & M. Stages Schedule
South Bound Head down
Dly. Dly. Ply.
No 6 No t No 1
PM PM AM
6:00 1:30 8:00 Portland
8:06 3:86 10:46 Mt Angel
8:30 4:00 10:30 Silverton
Ar Ar Ar
North Bound Kea. Up
Dly. Dly. Dly.
No 2 No 4 No 6
AM PM PM
10:30 4:00 8:30 Portland
8:26 1:66 6:26 Mt. Angel
8:00 1:30 6:00 Silverton
Lv Lv Lv
Sunday only 8:00 pm fm Portland
Stages leave Stage Terminal Port
land and Steelhammer's Drug store
Big Money Saving
Lasting for Ten Days
I am selling at prices never dreamed of. I m&t
specialty in Clothing for hop and berry pickers.
I buy Clothes and Shoes at highest prices. We call
and deliver. ' ,
324 N. Commercial Street. ' Phone 1368
Capital Junk Company
Is in market for all kind of JUNK.
Will pay market price. Quick service.
215 Center Street
TOMORROW - SATURDAY
10 a.m. 1:30 p.m.' 10 a.m. 1 :30 p. m. 6 p. m
Sale of High Grade Hardware and
Open Until 9 p. m. or Later Saturday ,
285 North Commercial Street
CAPITAL HARDWARE AND FURNITURE CO.
H. SHUSTEROWITZ, F. N. WOODRY,
1 Silverton jjw i
iirsm i - A nnual Sal
Friday Commences our Sale, Great Reductions
On all Lines for Men, Women and Children
The Following are a Few of the. Many Styles on Sale:
Women's White Canvas Sport Ox
fords, Patent and Brown trimmed,
Men's Oxfords in Brown and Black
Calf leather, welt soles, priced for this
Men's Oxfords, $9.50 values in
Brown Kid, sale price
Women's -White Canvas Strap
Pumps, medium heels
Children's Pumps, ' Sandals and
Oxfords on Sale
Few short lines White Canvas
Girls' Patent Pumps, low heels, sin
gle strap, sale price
Women's Brown Calf Oxfords and
Black Kid, priced on sale from
Women's and Children's
Hosiery on Sale
Girls' Brown Oxfords, low heeH