Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, May 18, 1916, Page NINE, Image 9

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    TTTtf DATT.Y CAPTTAL JOT KNAL. SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 191(5.
"HEEZA BOOB," as a Book Agent
By Mort. M. Burger.
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CHIROPR ACTCC-SPINOLOGIST
Dll. 0. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Held, Davenport,
Iowa. If you liavo tried everything
mid got- no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustment? and get well.
Office 400-7-8 U. S. National liank
Building. Phono Main S7. Residence
Main 828-1!.
LODGE DIRECTORY
A. 0. V. W. Protection I.olff. No. 2.
Meets every Monday evening at 8 in the
MeCornaek hall, corner Court and Liberty
streets. R. o. Donaldson. M. W. ; S. A,
McFnddcn, recorder; A. L, Hrowu,
llnancier.
CLEANERa I AND DYERS
APPARKL SKRVICF. COMPANY
13S South High street. Wo clean
press, repuir, remodel and re lino
clothing and furs. Careful attention
given .ill work. Wo call and deliver.
Phone 728.
DENTISTS.
Dli. O. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis
ters nitrous ozid and oxygen gas.
Room 214, Masonic Temple. Phone
440. Saiem, O.cgan.
FOR RENT
SALEM LODGE No. 4, A. F. & A. M.
stated communications llrst Friday In
eacti month at 7 :30 p. m. In t li Masonic
Temple. Chas. Mcl'arler, W. M.-j S. Z,
Culver, secretary,
SALEM HI.MANE SOCIETY-4). D. Keeler,
president: Mrs. Lou Tillson, secretary, Ali
cases of cruelty or neglect of dumb ani
mals should be reported to the secretary
for Investigation.
CENTRAL LODGE, No. 18. K. of 1 Mc
L'oniuek building. Tuesday evening of
eucli wcfK ut i :30. J. lleitiei, c. c. ;
W. I!. C.ilson. K. of It. aud S.
It. N. OF A. "Oregon Grape Camp." No.
KltW, meets every Thursday evening in
McCoruack building. Court and Liberty
streets: elevator. Mrs; Sylvia Schnupp.
JilU Market, oracle: .Mrs. Melissa 1'er
sous, recorder, 1200 North Commercial.
l'hone 143U-M.
FOR RF.NT Nicely furnished house
keeping rooms reasonable. 855 North
Commercial street. tf
FINE 6 room flat for rent, modern.
Furnished of unfurnished. 005 N.i
Libertv St. Phone 1351. tf
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Ore
gon Cedar Cuiup, No. o24ti, meets every
Thursday ereulng at 8 o'clock In Mc
Coruack hall, comer Court and Liberty
streets. Elevator service. Geo. Keluohl,
V. C. ; J. A. Wright, clerk.
Monmouth News
FOR SALE
VOR PALE Household and office fur
niture, nlso house nnd garage for
rent. Call 148 Union street. may2rt
CHADWICK CHAPTER. No. ,17, O. E. S.
Regular meeting every first and third
Tuesday at 8 p. m. In the Masonic Tem
ple. Minnie Moeller, W. M. ; Ida M.
Ilabcock. secretary.
FOR SALE 50 or 100 acres rive.r"bot-
In,., Inn.l hull hnildini orOltnd. Oil
Oregon Electric. 0 miles north of Al-1
Dnny, near scnooi una siuiv. ,-imo
will tahe some property in trade. E.
Anderson. Talbot, O. niay2S
WOODMEN" OF THE WOULD Meet every
Fridav nlghr at 8 o'clock in McCornnck
block, H. . Macey. C. C. : L. S. (Jeer,
clerk, 607 Court street., l'hone 003. ,
FOR SALE Vive acres with buildings
for the price of the laud, without
buildings. We also have a 20 acre
tract with buildings to sell. Will
take part pay in Salem city proper
ty. Square Deal Realty Co., 202 X.
8. Bank Wdg. Phone 470. tf
FOUR VALLEY FARMS For sale by
owner on county road and railroad.
50 to 200 acres each, good buildings,
'good soil, all under cultivation, close
to scrool, prices rensotuble, halt'
cash, balance time at ti per cent or
modern income bearing city property.
P. O. Box 24(1, Salem, tf
MISCELLANEOUS
EKDl'CED FREIGHT RATES To nnd
from all points east, on all household
rmn.k to.nnns. etc. Consolidated car-
loid service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agents for Pacitic Coast
Forwarding company, 101 South Com
mercial street. Phone Main H33.
1)E MOLAY COMMANDERY. No. 5, K. T.
Regular conclave fourth Friday In each
mouth at 8 o'clock, p ni., In Masonic Tem
ple. Sojourning Sit- Knights are courte
ously Invited to meet with us Lot L.
l'earce, E. C, Fi'jiuk Turner, recorder.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assembly,
No. 84. meets every Wednesday nt 8 p. in.
In Mimse hull. C. O. Matlock. M. A. I
C. .. Randall, secrelary. Salem Hank of
Commerce.
IIODSON COUNCIL, No. 1, It. & S. M.
Stated assembly lirst Monday In each
month. Masonic Temple. X. 1'. Kusmus
sen. Thrice Illustrious Master; Glenn C.
Niles, recorder.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Monmouth, Ore., May 10. Tho sports
of the state normal nchool's May day
festivities which had been postponed on
account of the bad weather on May 5,
took place this afternoon on the normal j
school campus at 1:30. Quite a number j
of the citizens were out to see the aft-1
emoon's program which was a continua-
tiou of the contests on May a between j
the seniors, juniors and sophomores
aud freshman combined for President i
Ackerman's cup. The results of the con
test up to the last scoring of tho exer
cises on May 5 were as follows: Seniors,)
3.8 points: itiniors, I'd; sophomores and'
freshmen, 2. In the contests today tho
senior class came out first in the relay
race. The senior .boys won the volley
ball and the senior girls tennis team
came out ahead of the junior girls. The
junior boys' tennis team defeated the
senior boys. The final results count
ing the several points won by the dif
ferent classes on May 5 were announced
as follows: Seniors, 50 points; juniofs,
5(1 points; sophomores and freshmen, 2.
The seniors are very much delighted
over their splendid victory over the en
tire contest which entitled them to the
present of President Ackerman's cup.
Monmouth high school has the honor
of winning fourth pluce in the inter
collegiate track meet at Eugene on Fri
day, May 12. Although there was keen
competition in the meet, the following1
Monmouth high school men made a very I Butterfat
THE MARKETS
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked
the wholesaler of the retailer, and
not what is paid to the producer.
All other prices' are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
daily.
All is quiet along Market street this
morning. Eggs aro showing some
strength in Portland, , but this has not
as yet affected the local prices which
have been 20 cents cash for about four
weeks. ' '. ....
. Tangerines are again in the market
at 3.00. .... ..
DALLAS LOCAL NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallus, Ore, May' 17. The Dallas
baseball team was defeated on the local ;
grounds Sunday afternoon by the Log
Cubin bakery team of Portland by- a
scow of 7 to 3 The game was lost by
the locals on account of lack of practice j
as the team was hastily gotten togeth
er Into last week ami very little time
was to be had in gettingthe aggrega
tion into shape. The team, however,
bids fair to become n strong one this
summer nnd with the support of the
fans in Dallas some good baseball
should Do witnessed here this season.
Fenton pitched the entire nine innings
for the homo team aud the" first three
innings the Portland team was unable to
find the ball, after the third, however,
a few; managed to send the ball to parts
pf the field where there were no fielders
and several scores were made. .
Crrams.
Oats, vetch . ,
Cheat
Wheat .......
Oats
Rolled barley
Corn
Cracked corn
Bran
Shorts, per ton
$17.0017.50
$17.00
85c
40c
$85.00
$35.50
$37.00
$27.00
$20.50
Alfalfa, ton $20.00
Butter.
SALEM COUNCIL No. Knights and
Ladles of Security Meets every '-'ml and
till Wednesday each month at Hurst Hall.
Visiting members are invited to attend.
E. F. Walton, financier. 480 S. 14th St.
PACIFIC LODGE No. ", A. F. 4 A. M.
Stated communications third Friday
In each month at 7:30 p. ni. In the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Itolam, V. M. ;
Ernest II. Chuate. secretary.
WATER COlVrPAOTf
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets.
Kor water service apply nt office.
Bills pnvable monthly in advance.
SCOTTS RESTAURANT
MEALS 15c and up. Hotcahes or
mush and milk free with all break
Past orders. Soup, bread and butter
2 vegetables nnd pie, tea, coffee or
milk tnd I kind of meat for 15c; 2
- kinds of meat for 2.V. Short orders
any time of day. Scott s 179 S. Com
mercial St.
SCAV ANGER
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. K, FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN V
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY
HOMER H. SMITH
McCORNACK BUILDING
fine showing: W. J. "Mulkey, Jr., Mer
ril Mulkey, Birchard Ynnl.onn,' Otiy
Sacre, Delbert Skein and Clarence
Walker. W. J. Mulkey won 10 points
for Monmouth high school by taking
first in the javelin, also first place in
the running broad jump. He threw the
javelin 1 17 feet and jumped 21 feet
2 1-2 inches. Monmouth high school
feels very well satisfied.
The track meet between Dayton high
school and Monmouth high school which
was postponed from May li on account
of the very disagreeable weather, will
likely be h"eld next Saturday. May 20,
on the Monmouth high school track in
South Monmouth. The competition for
both schools will no doubt be pretty
keen and the event promises to lie both
interesting and exciting. Everybody
who has a quarter to pay will lie very
welcome.
ORPET-LAMBERT CASE
REACHES TRIAL tTAGE
SALEM SCAYF.N'C.hl? -Charles Soos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Mniu
947. Resilience Al lin !'j:2.
UNDERTAKERS
WEBB & CLOrCH CO C. B. Webb,
A. M., t'loiigh morticiins and funeral
directors. Latest modern met.iods
known to -the profession employed
409 Coiirt St. Main 120, Main t"S.
n I C. DO N- R I CH A 15 DM X C( ). 'u n eral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street, Dav and night phone
13. .
SALEM FENCE and
STOVE WORKS
R. B. FLEMING, Prop.
Depot American Fence
dates, Plain nnd Barbed Wire.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Hoofing, Posts, Hop Hooks
49 Years Making Stoves
Stove robuilt and repaireJ.
Stoves bought nnd sold.
250 Court Street. Phone 124
Back of Chicago Store
Monday, May 15, was the date set on
ApriUlO for the beginning of the trial
ut Wnukegan, III., of Will H. Orpet,
the l.mversitv of isconsin student
charged with the murder by poison of
Marian Lambert Inst winter. 1 he duct
defense to be made by Orpet 's counsel
is that Miss Lambert killed herself and
was an announcement made some time
ago by Orpet 's counsel.
BRYAN WILL ATTEND
AS CORRESPONDENT ONLY
Lincoln, Neb., May 17. William J
Brvau announced today that he would
not accept offers from other states to
send him to St. Louis as a democratic
nutioiia! convention delegate. He will
go only as a newspaper man, employed
I by several syndicates.
Creamery, butter, pei pound .
Country butter
Eggs and "Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash
Eggs, trade
Hens, pound
Roosters, old, per pound
Broilers, under 2 pounds
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed
Pork, dressed
Pork, on foot
Spring lambs, 19 1G ..':..
Steers
Cows
Bulls ...
Ewes .
. 2ic
...29c
2c
.... 20c
....21c
. . . . li
. 0(J0e
2225c
Wethers
1010 l-2c
88
8c
; 67f
,. 4(?T5 l-2c
. 3 l-24c
5e
6c
Vegetable.
Cabbage
Cucumbers .......
Tomatoes, Florida
String garlic
Potatoes, cwt
Potatoes, now ....
Beetg
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Classified Business
Telephone Directory
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Ttlephone
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
Salem Elcctrie Co., Masonlo Temple, 127 North High litis 1100
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. M. Barr, 164 South Commercial street Main 101
"TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE
Sulcm Truck ft Dray Co,, corner State and Front streets Kala Ti
Farmers Meet Thursday.
Dallas, Ore., May 17 The Polk
County Farmers' t'nion will meet iu
the Dallas armory Thursday morning at j
in o'ciock and.. tho meeting will con-1
tmue throughout the entire day. A j
large delegation of members of the dif-1
ferent locals throughout tlie'county is i
expected to attend as many important 1
matters are to come before the union
at this time. The most important Ot
which is the proposed erection of a
warehouse in this city. Altogether Polk
county uow boasts of having Hi farm
ers' locals and plans arc being node
fur the organization of morein the'ue'nr
future.';. -
Asparagus
Radishes
ttreeh onions
Green peppers
(Ireea peas
Egg plant
Carrots, sack
avrots, dozen
Onions , $2.00
$3.50
90c
$t.5o
1. 16c
:....$1.25ra)1.50
5c
$1,00
........... 40c
40e
40e
25c
7c
18c
, $1.00
85e.
Verdict Rendored Plaintiff.
Dallas, Ore., .May 17. In the Polk
county circuit court Mobduv, Judge
H. H. Belt, decided the case of W. T.
Jncknian ngainst the Title & Trust com
pany of Portland, the suit being insti
tuted for the purpose of nnnuling a con
tract for the sale of a tract of land near
Palls City on tho grounds that a miltual
mistake had been made by both the
buyer aud seller. The court held that
the purchaser was entitled to a return
ot $l,Uio or the amount paid on the pur
chase price together with $247.25 for
improvements that had been made on
the property, Oscar Hayter of this
city was attorney for the plaintiff and
('has. McNary of Salem represented the
defendants.
Try This on Your Eczema
If you are afflicted with Salt Rheum, Tetter,
dry Eczema, Acne or Pimples, buy a jar of Dry
Zensal. For that watery eruption, or Weeping
Skin, use Moist Zensal, 50c the jar. .
CENTRAL PHARMACY, formerly Poole's Drag Store
tttttttTtt
TRAVELERS' GUIDE
SOUTHIOItN I'ACIVIC.
WANTED
WANTED A good stock farm. We
have to offer iu payment first inort-
gage of $4 5.V on well improved farm
nnd n g"od city property worth $1.
Hiin. Soiiare Deal Kealtv Co.. 202 V.
S. Bank IlMr. Phone 470. tf
vv7i
General Feed an
Small Livery Stable
C. W. TRAIN
134 Ferry. Toone 2S 1 rmr
L. M. HUM
Care of
YICKSOTOXG
Chinese Medicine and
Tea Company
Has medicine which will
cure anv known disease.
133 South Hiffh Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283
I Notice of Improvement of Fairgrounds
Road
Notice is hereby given that the com
, niou council deems it expedient so to
! do, and hereby ilecltires its purpose
! ind intention to improve Fairgrounds
Road between the west line of Hum-
mer street and the west line of the
j Oregon & California Railway coni
Ipany's riht of-WHy nt the expense of
the abutting uud adjacent property,
by grading, curbing,, aud paving said
j porl.ion of suid street with i five-inch
! two-course Bituminous Concrete pnve
Inient, consisting of a one and one-halt'
inch Bituminous Concrete wearing sur
face laid on a three nnd one-half inch
! Bituminous Concrete base in accord
'ance with the plans, specifications nnd
estimates for the improvement of Fair
grounds lload between the west line of
j Summer .street aud the west line of
the Oregon alitorma Railway com
pany's right-of-way, adopted by the
common council on the 1st day of May,
101(1. and now on file in the office of
the citv recorder, which for greater
certainty and convenience are hereby
referred to nnd mule n part of this no
tice; being that character or kind of
improvement known and designated in
said plans, specifications and estimates
as ' hit uininotis Concrete Pavement
No. 4."
The common council hereby declares
iti purpose and intention to make the
said above described improvement by
ind through the street improvement
department of the city.
Bv order of the common council.
f'HAS. F. KI.fi TV. Citv Recorder.
Tinted this 17th dav of Mar. 1'Mfi.
Mav 2ft.
Rhubarb
Florida celery
Fruits,
Oranges, Navels
Tangerines
Lemons, per box ........
Bananas, pound
Apples, Hood River
California grape fruit
Florida grape frujt
Pineapples .
Honey
Strawberries
Cherries, box
40c
$4 'i0
$2.!
iifTM..
.:i.0o
. $4.004.50
5
$1.75
$:i.oo
$5.00(a$G.OO
7 l-2e
$3.50
$2.25
$1.50
Retail Prices.
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch
Kugnr, cane
Sugar, beet
Creamery butter
Flour, hard wheat
Flour, valley
PORTLAND MARKET
.. 25c
.$8.75
$8.55
... 35e
; A republican rally was held at the
court house in this city last evenin".
State Senator J. I'. Sa'mmis, of Iowa,
luid J. D. Lee, of Portland, were the
principal speakers of the evening. Mr.
Saminis spoke in behalf of Senator Cum
m'ins, of Iowa, who is a candidate for
the republican nomination for presi
dent. The meeting was presided over
by Mayor K. C. Kirkpatrick. The Dul
las baud furnished music for the occasion.
cHing
-C.i L. Starr, of Portland, is in the
city this week on business. Mr. Starr
Has formerly secretary of the Oregon
Tax commission at Salem.
. Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Talbott. of Falls
City, were ia Dallas Tuesday eve
attending the republican rally
4 State Forester F. A. Klliott, of Sa
Jem, was u Dallas business visitor the
first ot the Heck.
F. J. Cobb, a prominent lumberman of
Poitlund, uns iu this part of the county
this week looking after business inter
ests. S. T. Iiicharilson. a Salem attorney,
was a recent business visitor in the
county seat.
H. Hirsehberg, U prominent capitalist
of Independence, was in the city Tues
dny afternoon greeting old friends.
Joe Helgerson and Floyd Kllis return
NORTH HOUND
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CO II V A 1. 1 . 1 H CONNECTION
OltF.'ION FXKCTItlC RAILWAY CO.
Portland, Mav U.
Wheat cliib HiVCo !t
Hluestem $1.02 l-2fo 1.03 1-2
Fortvfold WIcfoDS
Red Russian H'Jcfii !Mi
Oats No. 1 white feed
llarlev, fee, $27' 20
Hogs,' best live .S.5
Prime steers 10
Fancy cows $7.50
Calves $S
Spring lambs $10
Hotter city creamery 20c
Country butter 27c
Kggs, selected local ex. !
Ileus 10 1-2cf 17
P.ioilers .'SHeffi :!5
(ieese lOefii 11
$20.5007.27
? , 'C.Ll I d the first of the week from a short
i.jU(iii.j visit with friends at F.ugcno.
Mr. and Mrs. V. T. drier, of Sa
lem, were Dallas visitors with fticnils
the latter part of the week.
Richard Paul, of Falls city, trnustict.
ed business matters in Dallas the fiist
of the week.
NI ru. Winnie Hraden, secretary of the
Polk County Fair hssoc iution. was a
West Sulem visitor Tuesday afternoon.
A. V. Ii. Snyder nindo a business trip
to Hallston and Perrydale the first o
the week.
Jim llaiinn, a prominent business man
of Independence, was a Dallas visitor
Tuesday at" ternoon.
A. I,. Martin, malinger of the Oregon
Power company of this city, wns an In
dependence visitor the first of the week.
J. L. Higu's. of Sulem, was a Iiallas
business visitor Monday.
052:1 Li
WHAT NAVAL COMMITTEE DID
Washington, May 18 The house nav
al committee today knocked out Secre
tary Daniels' five-year building pro
gram. It agreed on the eonsl ruction
of battle cruisers advocated by the sec
retary. The committee also voted in
fuvor of building 20 submarines.
Lv. Suleni
4 :."i u. m. .
7:15 a. in. ,
!1 -. 15 a. 111.
1 1 :2'i 11. m. .
1 : 15 p. m.
4 Mm p. m.
fi :37 p. 111.
7 :55 p. ni.
NORTH BOI SD
Ttu I a No.
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O
. .10 Limited .
12
14
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H :25 a. ni. . .
12:12 p. ill. .
2 :32 p. Hi. . .
4 .10 p. III. .
I) :IH p. m. .
Lv. Sulem
10 : 15 11. in. ,
4 :25 p. m. , .
12 :55 p. ni. .
U lo p. III. .
NORTH BOUND
10
14 ....
10
2(
SOUTH BOUND
Kl
Ar. Salem
. . . B :45 a. ia.
. . . 1 t.'i p. m.
. . . 4 :OD p. m.
...5 'n p. ol
, . . 7 :55 p. n.
Ar. Corrullls
. ..11:33 1. m.
. . . B :47 p. m.
... 2 :'M p ol
. . . 8 .00 p. ax.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE!
Ar. I'orllunrt OreRon City Transportation Company
.. 11 :.,.", a. m. j Leave Portland for Oregon City, Huttevllie,
.. II :25 a. m. Ncwhoix Mission (St. l'llld), Wlleutlllnl.
..II :.'(" a. m. Sulem (dully except Sunday) ..045 a. m.
1 1 :35 p. m. ! Leave Portland for Independence,
4 :ii p.- ra. 1 Alhuny-CorvnlllB, ( lue
0 :.,0 p. in. :
r :.,o p. m. 1
Thurs., Sut.l
0 ;43 s. m.
. 10 :00 p. ui.
SOUTH UOUNH
I'OHTI.AND TO KAIU.St
Lv. Portland. Ar. Sulem
11-15 a. 111 S :5.1 (Sulem only)
8:25 a. 111. ... B Limited ....10:11 a. m.
Leave
Corvullls
Alhuny
Independence.
Sulem
Suleni
Returning
..(la. m Mon., Wed., Frl.
...7 a. in Mou Wed., Frl.
. . I) a., in Mon., Wed , Frl.
in u. ui. Mon.. Wed., FrL
U a. ui. Tiles., Thurs., 81U
Silverton News
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Mis. Saroline Deardorff of Molaila
was visiting the Silverton relatives the
last of the week.
Pev. O. A. White will start for Min
neapolis, Minn., next Monday, where or of the Ladies Aid of McKee, at
he will be iu attendance at a enliven-j which place Rev. White conducts ser
tion of the l.nthernn Svnod church, j vices every Sunday afternoon. A ver
He will be entertained li.v his wife 's it ible feast was proporad by the host
people while staying in that city. Onjcvs and served nt noon, and a most,
the return trip he pi ins on a visit with 'happy day passed by all present. T!m
his brother, in southern Minn, and following came from McKee, Mrs.
mother at Coulter, l0a. Mr. White Owre and son Christ, 'Mrs. O. Wick,
expects to return the first week injMrs. II. Hallwcber, Mrs. A. L John
June lH"", M''". Ccorgo llallweber, the Silvcr-
' The ladies of the' Christian church ton friends were Mrs. J. M. Madsim,
. . . .. Mrs. A. Slither, Mrs. O. J. Johnson,
are going to nave a market day ''w'ry I m r!li fc i i),l.m, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Seim,
Saturday, and sell nil kinds of baked jIr nn jrH q j ,1P , daughter
'goods, also salads, beans, etc. The proband Miss Ann t Hcsedahl.
L eeds from the sales will help to build j number of the senior girls of tin
1 . , ... 11 .. 1 t :. 1. ..,1. .... ... ...
I lie new Mine wiik hum tinmen l,;,,, m houl went to ( orvnllis last 1'ri-
""twT'a Kfttmilv who lately!.' in response ,0 an invitation issued
arrived from Vancouver.' Wnsh.. are. by tho O. A. C. to visit their instttu--:....!..
.,,,i...i ;,. n, t Mm 1 son tion diiriuit the junior week end. A
orted.
house 011 Second street. Mr. Drown 1 tine tune is repi
has secured work with his team fori
the Silver Falls Timber Co. Let the Capital Journal New Today
I Mrs. O. A. White entertained at her1 Column put your dollars oa tag rigat
Ibomo on Thursday of last week in lion -track.