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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1922)
WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1922.
July 6. Juslab
bis deputy, Mrs.
are now busily
engaged In compiling the annual
school report of tb county. This
report must be In the bauds
the state superintendent
schools on or before August 15
The report covers the school year
of 1921-1922, commencing on tn
third Monday In June and endin
on the same data lu the following
The report can not be submitted
until the reports are secured from
clerks of each school district In
the county, comprising 76 In num
ber, scbool district one of Dallas
being the only district of the first
class. There are at present 1
high schools In the county, the
balance being grade schools.
On receipt of the annual report
of the various county school clerks
at the county superintendent's of
fice It will be necessary to have
them audited by an expert ac
countant who is sent here from
Portland for the purpose. This ac
countant will (tart bis work in
Dallas about the 16th of this
month. Most of the clerks hav
been prompt about sending
their reports although a few are
till lagging behind.
The reports as submitted by the
clerks are quite comprehensive In
.their scope and cover every trans
action for the scbool year. Among
these are the names of the clerks
money disbursements and receipts
names of teachers and salaries re
celved, number of pupils and their
names and grades, value of school
properties and the assessed valua
tion of-school properties. This
work will engage the county su
porlntendent and his deputy up
until the time It must be submit
SILVERTON MAN IS
Sllverton, Or., July 6. J. D.
Rogers, living at KOti Flint street,
hen recently received patent
riiihta ou a "uo-nlda draft, iftrad
die-row, one-horse cultivator." The
cutllvatoi'i according to its lnven
tor will be a great help to the
farmer, enabling blm to use one
horse In place of two, and because
of the ease In which It cultivates
both sides of the row, allowing the
horse to walk between rows. The
following explanation of tho culti
vator comes from the patent of
fice: "In combination a cultivator
including a wheel supported axle,
draft means arranged at one side
of the longitudinal center of the
cultivator In front of and in align
ment with one of the sets of im
plements, a diverging detachable
bar carried by the lust named net
of- ImplementsHtnd a ground en
guging member of the free end of
At the recent primary election
In Mulheur county 1000 votes
were cast which cost the county
Just $2.50 each.
Elective May 22nd
Three fcltBKes Iiftlly
Leaves Balem Siuo Terminal:
No. 1, 7:30 a. m. No. J. 10:30 a.
m. No. J, 4:30 p. m,
Lve Mill City:
No. . 7 a. m. No. I, 13:30 p. ni.
No. 4. 4 p. in. No. 1 connorts
with en.it bound train at Mill
City, No. 2 waits for west bound
train at Mill City.
JOW. HAMMAV. Pnip.
Polk County Court
Order made admitting will to
probate and appointing executrix
and appraisers ol estate of tieorge
F. Bayer, deceased. Anna R. Bay
er appointed executrix and John
dchindler, A. Singer and B. K.
Oliver appointed appraisers.
Ordor made authorizing sale of
Bell Seeley, deceased.
O. W. Irvine of Independence,
authorized to make allowance fo
support of Charles Henry Wilson,
a minor and heir of Jane B. Con
stance, deceased. -
Order for citation Issued ii
matter of the estate of John H.
Order made setting aside ex
empt personal property and di
recting sale of personal property
in estate of Jacob Mebl, deceased.
Matter of the guardianship of
person and estate of Violet Brown
now of age. Order made allowing
and approving final report auu
Eva McNamar appointed ad
ministrator of estate ol Elmer Mc
Namar, deceased. Bond placed at
Approval of bond of $1000 of
Eva McNamar as administrator of
Elmer McNarmsr, deceased. John
Yeatef, J. M. Lynn Sr., and J. C.
Palmer appointed appraisers.
Order made appointing .Del-
chutes county appraisers for es
tate of William Albert Freeze, deceased.
Marie Lashua vs. William H.
LaBhua. Action for divorce.
Bartel Sargent et us vs. Louisa
Benefield et al. Action to quiet
Thomas II. West vs. O. A. John
son, et ux., et al. Action for fore
closure of mortgage.
Charles K. Bpaulding Logging
company vs. El. K. Bengs and Eu
genie Bongs. Action for money.
John W. McCormack, age 4 4,
laborer ot Falls City, to Elizabeth
M. Deal, ago 29, postoffice clerk"
of Kails City.
Hathaway Bucll ot Falls City,
lumberman, age si, to Ruth E.
Tittle, age 19. of Falls City.
Herbert E. Ives, carpenter of
Milwaukee, Oregon, age 22, to
Loretla May McDonuld, uge IS, of
Dallas, Married In chambers of
Sd F. Ooad, justice of the peace
of Dallas, on July 1.
Elmer It. Fry of Indepndence,
age 24, engine watchman, to Pre
cious Huby Foster, telephone op
erator of Independence, age 24.
Ceremony performed by Dr. II
Charles Dunsmore of Independ
VOMAN SOUGHT HERE
WANTED IN PORTLAND
Salem police were today comb
ing the city In an effort to locate
the whnreubouts of Florence Mld-
uleuwart of Portland, who Is
ught by the Portland police.
All hotels and rooming houses
were visited by police In an errort
to locate the woman but today she
had not been found. She Is said
to use at times the name of Cleo
Ed. Smith and family. Rev. Mr.
Apleberry and a number of other
members and workers of the local
Christian church are taking in the
convention of their denomination
at Turner this week.
Mrs. Clarence Ferguson of this
city Is attending the Gladstone
Park Chautauqua gathering this
week, near Oregon City.
James Blackwell who had been
in the Salem hospital for some
weeks has recovered and Is now at
The warm weather of the past
few days Is playing havoc with the
prospects for a big loganberry
crop. - . '
Mrs. E. B. Lockhart was In Sal
Misses Elsie and Iris Powell of
this city returned home for over
Sunday with their parents, going
back to their work In Salem on
the Monday morning stage ac
companied by Miss Clella Curtis of
Sutherlln who came here Sunday
from that city.
The members of the Methodist
Episcopal Church met for their
morning service Sunday in a grove
near Marlon where Sunday school
and preaching service were held
with a fine attendance followed
by a sumptuous picnic dinner.
This church was well attended In
the evening when a patriotic pro
gram was put on by the pastor
assisted by a number from the
There was no service in the
local Christian church Sunday on
account ot the convention at
Turner, a truck load of folks going
over there In the morning.
C. B. Clodfelter has sold his
garage in Albany and will return
to this city to live.
Miss Gladys Thurston and her
brother Clarance are visiting rela
tives In the state of Washington.
Del WItherlte, one of the well
tnown young men of this commun
ity was married recently in Salem
t) a Miss Holflich ot Albany. They
have gone to Portland for their
Miss Ethel Simonds of Oregon
City Is visiting the Thomas Davis
home In Jefferson.
Earnest Powell of this city, one
of the local mall carriers la now
the owner of a new Ford machine.
The Misses Allen leave for their
eastern trip tonight.
Leo Mars, of Portland, has been
recently visiting the parental
Gladys Curts Is now with
friends at Monroe after her visit
there she will go on to Sutherlin.
Charles Hoyt of Albany was a
recent visitor here.
Mrs. Doty and her daughter
Arline were In Albany yesterday
and today will visit friends in
Dr. and Mrs. Van Winkle have
been camping across the river In
the Santiam grove for the past
Roe Mangess was In Turner and
Marlon on Sunday. He now owns
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Tandy were
among the Jeffereon people at-
i 'ndlrig the camp meeting at Turn
er on Sunday.
Frank Lockhart and Laverne
Davis, two lads of this community,
who attended the Y. M C. A. boys
camp on Salmon river, have
rived home full ot enthusiasm for
the management of their 'outing
with some thirty other lads -from
various tfrwns of the county.
Mrs. Morltz of South Dakota Is
enjoying her visit with relatives
here. f -'
Mr. and Mrs. Keys of Missoula,
Montana, are visiting this section
They are accompanied by their
ONE OUT OF SEVEN IS
Out of seven petitions for citi
zenship beard this morning in the
circuit court, only one applicant,
Oavld Archibald Hodge, Canada
was granted by Judge Bingham
The petition of Richard Frank
Berker was dismissed with pre
judice by the court for a period
jf five years, because the appli
cant claimed exemption. Petitions
of others which were dismissed or
continued for further study or be
cause of Insufficient witnesses
were John Schumacher, Germany;
Christie Arthur Hudson Fischer,
England: Wllhelm Frederick
Wolff, Germany; Hare BJornernd
Sweden; Paul Jean Folquet, Mi-
qullan; William Frederick, Ger
WEST SALEM WOMAN ,
SUES FOR DIVORCE
Dallas, Or., July 6. Suit has
been brought by Marie Lashua,
resident of West Salem, asking tor
divorce from William H. Lashua.
In addition to the decree she asks
for the return ot her maiden name
of Marie Frakes, costs of bringing
the suit and 50 per month all
money. The couple were married
In Dallas on July 2. 1913, and no
children are Involved in the ac
tlon. Each party to the suit had
been previously married. The
plaintiff claims that in the year
1914 the defendant brought a aim
liar action in Klamath county, but
that it was later wtihdrawri. The
plaintiff also lays claim to an un
divided interest in the property
DELINQUENT TAXES ON
DOGS TO BE COLLECTED
Dallas, Or., July 5. Residents
of Polk county who own dogs and
have become delinquent of paying
the dog tax on them are due tor a
good-sized Jolt this week'! when
they will be served with legal pa
pers notifying them of the fact.
Fortunately there are not many In
the county who nave neglected
payment, but those who have will
be served with the summons that
will cause their appearance in
court. Attention was called by
the Observer some time ago that
the tax had become delinquent
and at that time it was stated
that the court action would b
taken. An appearance In court
will mean that the delinquent dog
owners will be subject to a tine
and also the costs of the case.
IS BIG SUCCESS
Woodburn, Or., July 6. Lieu
tenant E. F. Nendel is in the city
visiting his father, O. A. Nendel
and brother. A. Nendel. Ha and
Lieutenant Pearson of Portland
arrived at Eastmoreland, Port
land, from Fort Bliss, Texas, In
the government DeHaviland, hav
ing left Fort BliSB Sunday morn
ing and remaining for the night
The three-day celebration un
der the auspices of the United
Artisans began Sunday afternoon
with a ball game, Woodburn de
feating Gervals by a score of 19
to 11. At night there was a com
munity sing at the armory with
Walter Jenkins of Portland as.
song leader. Monday the Artisans
began to gather for their state
conclave. In the afternoon Wood
burn and Gervals again played,
the score being 11 to 3 in favor of
the former. Last evening there
were sports on the street, an Al
Azar parade beaded by the Liber
ty band ot Salem, Al Azar initia
tion, the work by officers and pa
trol of Al Azar Pyramid No. 1 ol
Portland, followed by a dance. A
large number of United Artisans
are here attending the state con
clave. Today there was junior
Artisan initiation with music by
the Harrlsburg orchestra of 20
pieces, a street parade and a pro
gram at the city park, the address
being by Hon. Walter C. Winslow
of Salem. After a picnic dinner
there was a vaudeville sketch by
Master Blank and Miss DaLareus
Landert followed by a band con
cert. An Artisan degree Initia
tion took place at the armory. In
the evening there will be band
concerts, fireworks display and
dancing at armory and pavilion,
Had Your Iron Today?
Delicious Hot-Day Lunch
Bert Long and Raphael Betten-
court left last week for Pendle
ton where they will work in the
Chas. Moore and son Andrew
were Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. L. F.Clymer.
C. D. Query and sons Floyd
and Henry were gone a few days
on a fishing trip.
G. S. Higgins and family, ac
companied by Miss Alice and Lo-
rena Zielke, motored Sunday to
Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Pettyjohn
Best lunch is two packages of Little Sun
Maid Raisins and a glass of milk.
Tastes good when you're hungry.
Nourishes yet keeps you cool.
Raisin's 75 per cent fruit sugar is in prac
tically predigested form, furnishing 1560
calories of energizing nutriment per
Doesn't tax digestion so doesn't heat the blood,
yet energizes almost immediately.
Big men eat little lunches to conserve their
thinking power. Don't overeat and lag
behind the leaders. Get two packages of
Little Sun-Maids now.
Between -Meal Raisins
5 c Everywhere
in Little Red Packages
and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walker
motored to Sliver Creek Falls
Earnest Henningsen, who has
been In training in Camp Lewis,
returned home last Thursday.
W. C. Pettyjohn and family
left for Pacific City where they
will spend the Fourth.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
PARTISANS ARE BLAMED
FOR M'CUMBER DEFEAT
Washington, July 5. Senator
McCumber, republican, North
Dakota, In a letter made public
by him today, ascribed his defeat
for renominatlon in the North
Dakota primary to "the bl-parti- J
san combination which had been
made against me on the one side
and the non-partisan organiza
tion, which so loyally supported
Senator McCumber discussed
his defeat and expressed apprecia
tion for support given him in a
letter to R. J. Hughes of Fargo,
one of his campaign managers.
Twenty millon young trout are
expected to be liberated in dlf
ferent streams In Oregon this
year, according to Matt L. Ryck
man, superintendent of state trout
Leaves bulem Central Bugs Ter
minal, 7:ut a. m., H;00 a. in. 6:00
Lraves Silvertoii News Stand, 8:00
a. m 1:00 p, m.. :00 p. m,
Ltavet Salem Central Stag" Ter
minal, 7:00 a. ni., :00 a. tn..
11:00 a. m., 8:00 p. m., S:00 p ni
muiiiuuiun, Aionmumn no
tul. k : 1 5 a. in., l:oo p. in.. 6:18
Lfavet Independence, Feavor ho
tel, 1:30 a. i 10:00 . m.. 1:15
P. m.. 4:00 p. m 8:30 p. m.
We make connections at S.ilm
tu all pans of the ally.
a;Ua trips by aiipoh.iment.
J. V. rAUKl.lt
" tiuherai Manager,
8U.VlHTO MOI NT A.Nl.m, .
C. & M. SIhs s, hedul
10:05 Ml Ansel
6:-o Ml. Ail
fcumliiy only 8:00 pm fm Portland
&lK- leave Stagu Tnmilnal Port-
iuuu and a:d'mammer Drug store
Nil 5 No 3
No f No 4
A M I'M
tw0- " I
is wealth itself
Lew MaJara Sum Teiwlnai
f:B am. 11: am. I 10 pm.
1mv !Jlaa, Gu Hottl
l:t a. as. Il l m. tito m.
I-ARB i CBKrTS
Daily and uadaj
rjr c.jr axocpt morning
trip Dot run auodaj
and depends more upon the
selection of proper food than
upon anything else.
The reason is simple the
risht kind of food digests
promptly and is absorbed into
the blood for building sound
tissue; while food that digests
slowly may ferment and lead
to serious conditions.
Grape-Nuts the delicious
cereal food made from whole
wheat flour and malted barley
is so easy to digest that even
delicate people and young chiU
dren thrive on it. 1 1
This is only natural, because!
Grape-Nuts is baked for 20
hours, which transforms and
partially pre-digests the starch,
elements, resulting in easy di
gestion and quick assimilation
Served with milk or cream
Grape-Nuts is a complete food
and along with its nutritive .
qualities is that wonderful
"There's a Reason" for Grape-NutS
Sold by grocers everywhere
Made by Poatum Cereal Company, Inc., Battle Creek, Michigan.
everywhere trout rNtow on
Better UJSJ M M'(
nvith many improvements
HEN "Usco" announced its
new low price of $10.90 last
Fall, the makers were- nl.
J ready busy developing a still
The new and better "Usco" as you
see it today with no change in
price and tax absorbed by the
You'll note in the new and better
Jsco these features
skid protection. Stouter side-walls.
Altogether a handsomer tire that
will take longer wear both inside and
r;efuSttmoney's worth f fab
ric tire m the history of pneumatics.
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w w .t0r T,r Co- Salem
w. M. Hughes, Salem
Ira Jorgensen, Salem
Marlon Automobile Co., Salem
A. L. Seamster. Salem.
DeJardln Bros., Honmero
M. F. Montgomery, Quinaby
Lilly Hardware Company. Staytoi
A. Ij. Bones, Turner.