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I TEAM WINS OVKB Wit-
f . ...,.i,ii Game oil Local
jiwl Knjoye.1 IIe the ,
fnlthful few who Journeyed out
' ,. . m North . Dallas
! 10 ',he. .,rnoon to nee - thC Pallas
.gunuBj - willamlna Tigers
Kc.rt-U.Jy lven. their
both teams gave
3oriHi . ,h nma should be
..,lvn OI II"" -
lav' ,,,, o much ulrnnirer I
jjaiiun i - -
Bv Students of Dallas colleg
UNION SELLS PRUNES HIGH
i',8vr .u heretofore, and with
. Mrrnnal(l on sec
l.lrdl nri mot, ., - - -
Tler as short and "Castro
i n third, the Greys had an in
. hard to beat. While sliding
i"eW. i th fifth. "Castro" had the
l"'""7 " . l nr. nnlcle.
ne 10 Bl" '
"I took hi. Place for the remainder
! . iv.o contest.
i was a case of "too much Bar-
I the Tigers. The Dallas
'U.t struck out 10 men, and the
hits they got on mm wrro m:i-
,red through as many Innings. Mc
l"C it. .,1 nnA ho- nnnl.l
Lt him hard. I" the flve tlm?B he
W a' bat he Kot tW tnree-bagers
Imd a angle.
Another game Is scheduled here for
lext Sunday, and the management of
.h. finb expects 10 iiuvb uii hiiiuu-
i m make the fans turn out In
The official score Kepi ay n. w.
Inseth shows the following:
Score ry inning ,
3 1 3 2 2 1 0 0 12
...00 3 0 002 0 0-
....0 0110110 1
AB. R. H.
Overture to Norma
' . ' Bessie Dodson
, Ada Longnecker , ,
Lelia Frink .'
Marching Through Georgia"
, Ada Campbell
. . Lena Skersies
Bessie. Dodson '
Popples (a Slumber Song)
Mr. Wilbur Ross
High School March
. Heart's Memories "
Two Little Blue Little Shoes
Cornet and Clarionet Two Little Bullfinches
J. P. Caldwell
Hits ... .
, Boydston, lb.
ilcDonald, 21). ..
, Barham, c. . .
j'alt Barham, cf.
I. Boydston, rf.
Jf. Barham, p. . . ,
JicCammon, ss. . . 5
Rankin, rf. . . 3
j)arber, 2 b 5
taelsel, 3n. ......3
f atton, cf.
lack, lb., If.,
J Totals 33 5
! Three-base, hits McCammon 2;
'i'o-basa hits W. Barham; struck
kit by Barham 10; by Henry B
in.sea on balls off Barham 3; double
lays Barber to McCammon to F.
tonkin; Cooper to F. Boydston; pass
The Mountain Stream
Miss Laura Poling '
Miss Elsie Keyt
Merry, Merry Are Wo
Miss Laura Poling
Miss Nada Scott
Bubbling Spring (Tone Poem) ,
The Lover and the Bird
Miss Mae Smith
Miss Ada Longnecker
II Trovatore (By Request
Government Pre-Coollng Plant at
. Saleni Operation July 1.
C. 8. Graves, county assessor, has
i bails-Barham 2; LaChance 1; hit bfen comPelled to take a temporary
Jr pitcher F. Rankin by Barham;
srnwKruns Dallas 4; Willamlna 2.
Sme, 1:50. Umpires, Fleisig and
Norton. Scorer, R. W. Flnseth. At
I Land Patent Issued.
I Milton B. Grant, of this city, has re
vived notice from his attorney that
fter a long drawn-out fight the pat
It to his claim In the fillet Basin has
rest from the labors of his office on
account of an affection of his eyes,
which are In such a state that clerical
work Is out of the question, , After a
few days' vacation, he expects to be
on duty again. Several cases of a
similar nature are reported by the
I last been issued and that It is now Hotel Dronertv. has recently had the
winy ror delivery at the Portland
hotel building repainted, and prep
arations are now In progress for a
concrete sidewalk to be laid along
fl am In the market for wool, and
V" pay me nignest market price. "Quick Meal" gasoline Btoves are
e me before disposing of your clip fuel savers and safe to operate. Craven
w-wnere. IT. fentoisj n.nii,o,. ant.
PLEASANT FAREWELL PARTY
Hon. and Mrs. H. C. Eakin Leave For
Summer at Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sundberg very
pleasantly entertained a number of
friends Saturday evening In compli
ment to Hon. and Mrs. H. C. Eakin
who left yesterday morning to spend
the season in their summer home at
Newport. The evening was enjoyably
spent at Five Hundred, Mrs. E. C,
Kirkpatrlck winning the prize for the
Those present were: t Mr and Mrs.
H. C. Eakin, Mr, and Mrs. Bat Casey,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kirkpatrlck, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Gerlinger, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. J,
C. Uglow, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Crider,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jacobson.
ONE DAY ONLY
36-inch Foulard Silk, per yard
Regular Value up to 75c
27-inch Tissue Silk, per yard
Regular 50c quality
27-inch French Organdy, per yd
Our regular 50c grade
A visit to the Salem Fruit Union
lust now is well worth while. S. J.
Dennis, the governemnt expert In re
frigeration, Is busy with a force of
men constructing the precoollng plant
and expects to have it in operation
early Jn July, or the latter part of this
The management is arranging now
to ship several mixed cars of logan
berries, mammoth blackberries, Blng,
Lambert, Royal Anne and Black Re
publican cherries, and manv s-rowero
have signified their willingness to con
tribute fruit to such an enterDrise.
realizing that this section has been
Particularly fortunate to securing the
"my plant of this nature in the North
west. . In addition to this.. Mr. Dick.
the manager, says that the union has
signed a contract to ship 100 to 150
cars of fresh prunes at a pride never
erore heard of in this section, and as
these will all go through the pre-cool-Ing
plant, he Is positive that the grow.
er will be greatly benefited by the
prices secured; also, the union has
consummated a deal with the packers
of Maraschino cherries for several
ears of Royal Annes to be packed in
Darrels, which will net the grower 4
cents per pound. " V'
A new and modern cherry'pltter has
arrived and is being installed, which
n conjunction with the dryer will take
care of all the cherries not suitable
for shipping, by pitting and drying
them. Already many Inquiries have
been received for dried cherries and
the outlook Is promising.
The drier Is a new building 26x60
feet and contains four tunnels with a
capacity of 600 trays. The heat neces
sary will be generated by a BO-h. p.
boiler. It is expected that this depart
ment will prove profitable, not only for
arying cherries, prunes, apples and
pears, but particularly for loganber
rles, the demand for which Is very
heavy. Only a few years ago It was
thought a hard matter to interest any
one in the dried loganberry, but this
year the union has already received of
fers of 26 cents per pound for several
carloads, and it is hoped that they will
be able to realize even a better price
as the season advances.
The Salem Fruit Union is certainly
doing a good work in the community
and they are to be congratulated upon
their efforts. The institution is owned
solely by fruit growers and those wh
are not familiar with Its plant will do
well to pay It a visit during the fruit
season. Salem Statesman.
WILL GRADUATE THURSDAY
Eighth Grade Pupils of City Schools
To Receive Diplomas.
The annual eighth grade graduat
Ing exercises of the Dallas public
school will be held in the auditorium
of the high school next Thursday
evening, June 15, at 8 o'clock, sharp,
The class finished the examinations
last Friday, but the results are not
yet known. All the parents, patrons
and friends of the city schools are in
vited to be present.
The following program will be ren
Invocation, the Reverend C. P.
Gates, pastor of the United Evangeli
Class history, Vera Wagner.
Piano soPo, Muriel Grant.
Reading, "The Maid of Bregenz,"
Ethel Van Northwick.
Essay, "Libraries of the World
Vocal duett, selected, Mrs. Bottorff,
Reading, "The Boy and. the Angel,"
Piano solo, "New Spring," G.
Lange, Dorothy Bennett.
Reading, "The Story the Doctor
Told," Marie Grlffln.
Piano solo, selected, Miss Gertrude
Reading, "The Revolt .of Mother,"
Class prophecy, Cecil Grant.
Address to class. Rev. C. P. Gates,
Presentation of diplomas.
Died Near Independence.
Mrs. E. W. Brooks, a well-known
and highly respected resident of this
vicinity, died at the family home, a
few miles north of Independence, at
an early hour Tuesday morning, leav
ing an infant only two hours old, Mrs.
Brooks' condition was not out of the
ordinary, and not in the least alarming
until a short time before she passed
away. She was taxen witn convul
sions, and It was while In this condl-
on that her life became extinct The
remains of Mrs. Brooks were taken to
Newberg Wednesday for Interment
ato-day, June 17
THE BEE HIVE STORE
A Reliable Place to iraae
L O. r. Bulldinil
Notice is hereby given that the
County School Superintendent of Polk
County will hold the regular examin-
tion for applicants for State papers
at Dallas, commencing Wednesday,
June 21, at 9:00 o'clock a. m., and
continuing until Saturday, June 24,
at 6:00 p. m., as follows:
For state certificates (one-year, five
year, life.) I
Wednesday a. m. Arithmetic, Civil
Government English Literature. j
Wednesday p. m. Geography,
Thursday, a. m. Orthography, The-
' ory and 'Practice, Bookkeeping.
Thursday p. m. Writing, Physiol
Friday a. m. U. 8. History, Phys
ical Geography, Botany.
I Friday p. m. School Law, Psychol
Saturday a. m. Reading, Algebra,
' General History.
I Saturday p. m. Composition, Amer
' lean Literature, History of Education,
j For state primary certificates:
Wednesday a. m. Methods In Read
ing. Methods In Arithmetic
j Wednesday p. m. Methods in Lan
guage, Methods In Geography.
I Thursday a. m. Orthography.
Theory and Practice.
Thursday p. m. Writing and Physiology.
Friday a m. Tha Subjects for
Mrs. P. T. Smith, of St. Johns,
visiting Mrs. Z. M. Knight.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Qohrke visited the
Portland Rose Festival last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred West, of Albany,
visited relatives In Dallas; Monday
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crider were Rose
Festival visitors In - Portland last
Mrs. -John Ford has been vlstin
in Portland during the festival
Mrs. A. M. l-Iicks, of Moro, Oregon
is viBltlng- her aunt, Mrs. Nanc
Dan Lehman, of this city. Is spend
ing a few days visiting friends
C. S. Putnam spent Friday and Sat
urday visiting the Rose Festival i
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Graves visited
relatives In Baliston and Sheridan
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kaeirth - were
among the number visiting the Port
land Rose Festival.
President A. A. Winter was In Sa
lem Saturday, on business connected
with Dallas College.
Mrs. Lewis Hadley, of Dayton,
visiting her parents, the Reverend and
Mrs M. J. Ballantyne. "
Mrs. A. J. Rhodes, of Seaside, Is In
the city visiting her father, J. J. Wil
liams, and other relatives.
Dr. Mark Hayter was in attendance
at the meeting of the State Dental
Association in Portland recently.
, Dr. B. F. Butler was a Portland vis
Itor to attend the meeting of the Ore
gon State Dental Association lately.
Mrs. M. Martin, of Greenwood, was
in the city Monday and made a brief
call on her niece, Mrs. L. A. Dicken
Mrs. D. P. Patterson and little
daughters, Alice and Dorothy, are
visiting relatives and friends in Port
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Crowley, of Crow
ley station, visited at the home of
their daughter, Mrs. J, M. Craven, re
cently. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant were
among the ntumerous visitors from
Dallas who enjoyed the Portland Rose
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Keeney, of
Smlthfield, were among the visitors to
the Rose Festival in Portland last
Miss Lena Siewerth and Fred Sie
werth, of Salem, are in the city visit
ing at the home of their sister, Mrs.
L. H. Schultz.
George T. Gerlinger, general man
ager of the Dallas Lumber and Log
ging Company, Is a business visitor in
Corvallis today. .
F. S. Caldwell, of Gardner, North
Dakota, Is in the city visiting A. J
and Rev. William Barham and Mrs.
Albert W. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mulkey, of
Monmouth, arrived in the city Sunday
and have been the guests of Mr and
Mrs. C. H. Morris.
The Reverend and Mrs. Joseph Ho
berg, of McMinnvllle, are in the city
visiting at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. D. M. Metzger.
A. R. Allen, who has been reading
law in Portland, has returned to Rick
real I and will probably remain there
during the summer.
Professor W. I. Ford, principal of
Dallas High School, was in Portland
last week visiting friends and taking
In the Rose Festival.
Among the week's-end visitors at
the Rose Festival were Mrs. G. O,
Grant, Mrs. Ed Shaw,. Mrs. A. F,
Toner, Miss Effa Brown, Miss Nora
Mrs. V. P.' Flske, accompanied by
the Misses Ruby and Buena Flske and
Miss Edna Morrison, spent Friday
and Saturday In Portland enjoying the
H. O'Brien, of LaGrande, has been
transferred to the union depot her
to fill the position of operator, made
vacant by the transfer of C. D. Darby
to another point.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chance ' and
daughter, Gladys, of Etterlck, Wis
consin, who are making a tour of the
West, are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hastings, of
Clove-rdole, Tillamook County, are In
the city on a business visit Mr.
Hastings Is the proprietor of a saw
mill In the Nestucca country.
Ira . Mehrllng, the well-known
bridge contractor and road builder, of
Falls City, was a business visitor In
Toledo and Newport the .last of the
week. He was accompanied by Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rich have
moved Into their cosy new cottage In
Newport. Their home is on the hill,
directly south of the summer home of
Mrs. Ella Ellis, of thia city. Mr. and
Mrs. Rich will have as their summer
guests Mrs. H. M. Fellows and daugh
ter, Lillian, of Goldendale, Wash.
M. D. Spencer, district manager of
the Oregon Power Company's proper
ties In the Willamette Valley, with
headquarters at Eugene, and O. T.
Larson, of Portland, also connected
with the company, were looking over
the plant In Dallas yesterday, and
were the guests of Local Manager
Doctor J. R. N. Bell, of -Corvallis,
will leave this week for a three
months' Journey through Europe and
the Holy Land. He will go to Mont
real, where he will meet Dr. H. C.
Dunsmore, of Independence, and Pro
fessor J. B. Horner, of Corvallis, and
from that city they will sail direct for
Xo(i to Odd Fellows.
Valley Lodge, No. 42. at Independ
ence, will put on the first degree at
their hall. Thursday evening, June 1G.
1(11. and Friendship Lodge No. ,
has made arrangements for a free
motor to and from Independence on
that evening for all Odd Fellows In
thia viclnltiy who desire to attend.!
and we request that all members of
the order make a special effort to take
advantage of the opportunity to make
the Independence lodge a social visit
Noble Grand, Friendship Lodge No. .
Bays Real Estate Offlce.
F. E. Cook, a former resident of
Thesis: LMson. by Stories. Language; "orvsllis. has bought the real estate
lffl blanks for sale at this oflea.
Church, and will make this his home.
Lfgal blanks for sale at thia office.
i f, ffl a n .4 n A T T-.
Work In Primary Grades. Number)" . . r,i.m, on
.v i. Prim.rr r.radea Bust Work 1 Court reet between Main and
in Primary Gradea, Possibilitiea of
Nature Study la Primary Grades.
Child Study. Applicant chooses one
Friday p. m. Psychology.
Soie. Questions on Theory and Prac
tice. Writing. Arithmetic Physiology,
and Psyeholory will be the same for
Primary Certificates as for other Cer
tificates. IL C. FETMOCR,
School Supt Pol Co, Oregon.
Brown Sibley, Attorneys, Notary.
Lrfgal blanks for sale at this office.
Oscar Hayter. lawyer. Rooms S and
i, Uglow Building.
Gss ovms with glass doors are on
display at Craven Brother.'
The Fanner's Fire Relief Associa
tion cf Buttevllle, Oregon; J. D. Winn,
agent Boa Vista. Oregon. tf
"i ij1' '
3rd Count of Piano Vote:
No. 2 12,310 No. 55 13,435
" 3 4650 " 61 14,720
" 4 3825 " 66 3250
" 8 3500 " 67 7200
" 52 4250 " 79 4850
" 53 5370 " 137 3450
" 54 11,775 " 151 3545
Thousands of votes are out, and have
not been turned in for any contestant.
All Pink votes should be in the store
and counted for someone by next Wed
nesday. Come to our store, see and try this splendid instru
ment. We will tell you all about our plan of giving
this piano away. This is a present .worth having.
This Piano is of the celebrated Upton make. It car
ries the manufacturers' Ten Year Guarantee.
We Cordially Invite Your Inspection
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