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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORKGON, SATURDAY. JULY 22, 1916.
Willamette Valley News
(Capital Journal Special Service.1
Woodburn, Ore., July 22.--Mr. Pat
terson, of Portland, spent Friilay iu
Woodburn on business.
Mrs. D. Clark aud grandson left Inst
week for Montana and North Dakota
where they will visit three mouth with
f riends-and relatives.
Mr. aftd Mrs. R. T. Guiss and children
returned recently from n- trip tu Mt.
Hood where they spent two weeks at
The members of the M. E. church held
an ice cream nodal on the lawn Wednes
day eveuing. A very delightful time
was had by all w ho attended.
Mrs. F. W. Steelemier entertained at
a very delightful party Wednesday aft
ernoon in honor of the Kaffee Klatch.
The Indies enjoyed an afternoon of sew
ing -and chatting after which luncheon
was served by the hostess. Those pres
ent were: Mrs. O. H. Becbe, Mrs. T. M.
Drake, Mrs. v. A. l.ivesley, Mrs. I..
Shorey, Mrs. I.. M. Bitney. Additional
guests were Mrs. J. M. Poorman, Mrs.
J. H. Collins and Mrs. I.. Lawrence.
Mrs. Mi A. Ogle, who has been visit
ing for the past six weeks with friends
ut .Salem returned home Tuesday.
Gilbert- 'Cole- transacted business- in !
Salem V ednesdny. : . .
The North. Willamette Valley Mer
chants'1 association held a meeting in
the Moose parlors Wednesday after
noon. There were n number of out-of-town
Mrs. Moe and children, of Portland,
who have been visiting at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson,
have returned home.
Miss Mildred Shnrke. of Portland, is
the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. V.
Hays, of Woodburn. ,
The Woman's Relief Corps met at
the home of Mrs. B. Killiu Monday to
make 20 more housewives for Company
I so that all in the company might have
one. Those, that have been . sent are
much appreciated by the bovs.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Soules left .Wed
nesday for an outing at Newport.
Mrs. Sarah Brown, of Corvallis .is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Walter
Kev. L. C. Poor left this week for
Chicago. Later he will join Mrs. Poor
and children at Kokomo. Iud., where
they have been visiting for several
weeks. Kev. Poor expects to be absent
about a mouth. Mrs. Poor nnd children
will remain indefinitely.
Joe Henkes returned recently from
Chicago, where he has been focsevernl
D. J. Butcher is iu Nehnlem on busi
ness this week.
Miss Sophia Fikare, who lias resided
in Pendleton for the past two years, is
home visiting her parents. She expects
to remain for about two weeks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Onil Lansden were visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
AJuupire the first of the week. '
Alpheus Gillette was a Sherwood visitor-the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs;" J; A."Austin afe spend
ing their vacation at Newport, where
they expect to remain for about
Mrs. E. T. Riches is the guest of her
parents at Silvertou.
Rev. 0. C. Weller nnd Elder J. II.
Mack are attending the Presbytery at
Eugene this week.
. Mrs. R. H. Scott is at The Dalles,
where she is staying with her father,
whorhas been quite ill but is slowly
Mrs. Homer Allemnn is visiting
friends in Polk county.
Miss Bonnie Scott returned last
last week from a visit with relative at
Kugene. ' '
The tenth nunual reunion of the Roel
opson class was held Sunday, the lflth,
at the Foresters' hall. It was to be
held on the lawn at the home of J. J.
Hall, but the weather conditions were
such that it had to be held indoors.'
The day was spent with music, vocal
and instrumental solos, speeches were
made by several of its members. There
were ninny good things tu ent ns every
one had brought a well filled basket
and nt noon the contents of these bask
ets were arranged on a long table
where all the guest did ample justice
to the good eats put before them. Those
attending were: D. M. Henshnw, 11. B.
Johnson, Meryle L. Henshaw, H. B.
Johnson, Mrs. James ' Zancker. J. C.
Zanker,. S. Knighton. Orvnl Johnson.
Xeuin E. Knighton. Portland: Beruetn
Jack, Lorena Jack, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E.
Jack, G. R. H. Miller, Mrs. A. F. Jack,
F. E. Albright. A. F. Jack, Oregon
City; E. T. Hall, Mary A. Hall. Theresa
Hail, Mrs. E. T. Hull,' Salem; Mrs. M. I.
Henshaw. Morris F. Henshnw. Seaside;
Orpha Verger, Gladys Yergcr, Boyd Yer
per, Donald; J, I.v Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Killin. Merle Jack. Rev.
nud Mrs. O. C. Weller. Merle Hall. Mrs.
M. V. Johnson, P. L. Kennndy, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Jack. Hazel Jack. Elvn Jack.
Nr. and Mrs. J. J. Hall. Margaret Hull..
Mrs. E. N. Hall. Elmer Hall. Mr. nnd
Mrs. B. Jack. Neil Hall. Alta Hall.
Ethel Hall. 'Woodburn; Sadie Jack. Sa
rnh Jack. Boring: Edna Hall, Bnllaii
tyne; Victor - Ballantvne, Jr., Kings
Valley: Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Jack. Au
rora, and Mrs. F.. P. Warlmrton, of
California. The meeting next year will
re held at the home of Mrs. Yergcr. of
A joint meeting of the Foreign Mis
sionary society nnd Mothers' Jewel so
ciety was held at theMionie of Mrs. EJ
Loleman thursdny arteruoon. lhere
.were 45 present including additional
guests. After the business session was
.over ice cream and enke were served by
Miss Mildred Simmans. Miss Ruth Aus
tin, Miss Ethel Morrison. Miss Violet
Stewart and Mrs. W. T. Jenkins. Mrs.
.A. E, Austin, president, had charge of
; SUBLIMITY DRAMATIC CLUB.
". The play by the Sublimity Dramatic
Hub- at the Star Theatre-was greeted
"by a good house, and everyone was well
gleaned with the performance.
4 Considerable taste and experience
,ras shown in the way the stage was
arranged, and the costuming was all
thnt could be desired.
AVhile not professionals, the young
eople showed considerable tulent. and
re to be congratulated on their suc
cess. We do not hesitate to recom
mend the Sublimity Dramatis CJib at
a time. Stayton Mall.
Military Relief Receotion
Successful at' Dallas
(Capital Journal Special Service)
The reeeption held in the Armorv
Thursdny evening under the auspices
or the Polk County Military Relief as
sociation was a grand success and
quite a nice little sum was obtained in
the free will offering for defraying the
freight and other expenses that have
accumulated since the organization be
gan sending magazines and fruit juices
to the boys of t'qinpany L on the Mex
ican ooruer. !-everal pleasing musical
numbers were listened to and Mrs. L.
L. Patterson of Eola made a short ad
dress telling of the purpose, of the
organization and how they were help
ing families of the men who went awnv
o defend their country. After the
conclusion of the program the young
people indulged in dancing for a cotinle
of hours. The meeting was presided
over by Mrs. M. L. Boyd, president of
tne organization in this ctty.
Will Visit In Jaoan.
Miss Boula Balderree, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Balderree of south
Main street, will leave this, fall for
-Nagasaki, Japan, ' where she will visit
a year at the home of her sister. Mrs,
n. A. Wheeler. Miss Balderree has for
the past year been a primary teacher
in the Salem public schools and was
again elected to that position but has
sent in tier resignation.
Former Polk Citizen Sued.
E. V. D. Paul, a former resident of
this county residing in the Buell
neighborhood has been sued for divorce
by his wife, Mrs. Margaret S. Paul, on
the grourds of cruel and inhuman
treatment and personal indignities
The plaintiff asks for nn allowance of
a month as well as her attorney's
fees nnd alimony. Paul is claimed to
have real estate in Oregon valued at
more than $."0,000. The conple were
married in California in 1907 and have
Two Cases In Justice Court.
Two minor criminal cases were tried
in Justice Hardy Holman's court this
week and the defendants each fined
$'i and costs. J. E. llouch pleaded
guilty to a charge of trespass nnd C.
A. Black pleaded guilty to a charge.of
assault on Walter Barham a local con
tractor who was engaged in construct
ing a cement walk in front of the
Black property oir Church street.
The Pallns base ball team will play
the Perrydnle team ou the college
campus Sunday afternoon. The game
promises to bo a good one as the visi
tors hnvo played 29 games this season
and have only lost one.
Mrs. ('. L. Starr of Portland is a
guest nt the hoinjj of her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. P. II. .Uortfson.
A. J. Barham returned the first of the
week from nn outing at Agate Beach.
Sheriff John W. Orr, F. E. Kersey.
('. G. Coad and A.' C. Snyder returned
Thursday afternoon from Wenatchee,
WnshingtQii where they went last Sat
urday to register fur the Colville resei
C. R. (iodlonton of Seattle is in the
citv a guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. It. Shriver on Mill street.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Itrower. Mrs.
M. I!. Grant and Miss Edna Coyle left
this morning- for Newport where they
will spend n couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Campbell and
family are in Tillamook for a several
weeks' outing. -
Carl Gerlinger has returned from a
business trip to Uoseburg.
Mrs. Olive Anderson of Portland is
a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. I.'. S.
Grant on Main street.
Miss Beula Balderree visited Tues
day with friends in the Capital City.
' Mis Helen Morrison returned
Thursday evening from a two weeks'
visit with relatives in Portland.
Rev. Howard McConnell has returned
from Turner where he attended the an
nual encampment of I"1' Christian
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Muir nnd son.
Walter, returned the first of the week
from a visit in Portland.
r. and Mrs. Harry Henderschott of
Portland will arrive in Dallas Saturday
for a short visit at the home of Dr.
aud Mrs. A. B. Starbuck.
r K. Davis, the furniture man. was
a business visitor iu the -Capital City
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Donald. Ore.. July 22. The Donald
Co-operative Cheese foctory has had its
first pay dav. disbursing over 1500 on
the loth of tc mouth to the producers.
It is -understood that the .individual
producers were much pleased at the
prices they received. The institution
being of' a co-operative character, the
customer get all that it is possible to
'"pr. J. II. Powell, a Portland dentist,
hns opened nn office in Donald and
will make regular visits here.
G. II. Young spent Wednesday on a
trip over the Columbia highway from
Mrs. C. A. Adams and baby enma in
Wednesday from Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Feller. Mrs.
Ben Quinn and Mrs. E. A. Southwick
spent Thursday in Portland. .
J L Reisbect has completed tu
work of installing a hardware store in
Donald nnd has opened for business.
loganberry glowers in the vicinity
of Donald report picking operations
progressing in a very satisfactory way.
IT. D. Evans has opened up an elec
trical store in Donald.
C. A. Adams and Miss Adams made
n trip to Portland Wednesday.
An increasing number of people are
coming into Donald on Friday evenings
to attend the free band coni-erts which
are given regularly on that night.
Wedding Invitations. Announcements
and Calling; Cnrd Printed at the Jour
nal Job Department.
" Capital Journal Special Service.)
Gervais, Ore., July 22. 'the heavy
rain, of Sunday caught mn.h..huv jitill
'in the' curing hereabouts. It is feared
'the loss will be heavy. Only two or
: three farmers succeeded in" getting
theirs under cover.
t. Rev. L. S. Mochel went to Eueenc
Monday, where he spends the week at
' tending the synod of the Presbyterian
i church. , - . '
The Ladies' Mi-ssinnnrv Hncipfv hnld a
very interesting session "at the home of
i. d. minver. a large nuniDer ot
members and friends were present to
enjoy the interesting program and the
social hour following during which
Mrs. Miller assisted by her dnughters
served a delicious luncheon. The next
meeting will be an all day meeting.
MLss Vivian Vincent, ' who' for the
past three months has been visiting her
sister, Mrs. Willinms. of Corvallis, has
returned to Gervais for a short stay
I witn another sister, Mrs. Sumner Stev
Prizes for the sweet pea contest at
the Gervais dm? store were Awnrilerl
as follows: First prize. Miss Lottie
Armstrong: second, Mrs. Tozier; third,
Miss Catherine Marshall.
At the regular meeting of the city
council Tuesday night G. L. Moisan ten
dered his resignation as chairman of the
board and Dr. H. O. Hickman wae ap
pointed to the position.
Mrs. Harding is enjoying a vacation
visit from her little' granddaughter,
Miss Eleanor White, of Portland.
Miss Marguerite Lingren is visiting
in Salem with her grandparents.
Mrs. Sherwood is critically ill at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. John M. Kinney, of Woodburn.
spent Friday at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. IJIocheK
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Mehama, Ore., July 22. R. F. Shier
left for Salem and Portland on a busi
ness trip for the Cedar Creek mines.
Clarence Newbill left for Stayton
to see the doctor. He will return 'this
Mrs. R. H. Champs spent the after
noon with Mrs. R. F. Shier Thursday.
Mr. Cady is expected to preach in
Mehama Sunday and hopes everyone
will try and come. .
The Odd Fellows are expecting 'to
ha-e a big supper in Mehama Satur
Mrs. C. A. Mulkey has returned from
the berry fields.
Mrs. E. B. Stout is up again and hopes
she may keep improving as she has
been sick for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Fairchilds left last
Thursday for Livingston, Montana,!
where they will make their new home
We, are all sorry to know Mr. Elmer
liintt is sick again and hope he will
soon be well.
Mrs. A. Morris, o'f Lyons, is visiting
tier son, Onu Morns, today.
Mr. Champ is still very sick and his
many friends hope he will soon take a
change for the better.
Mill Creek Items
(Capital Journal Special Service) ,
Mill Creek, Dr., July 22. Farmers
in this vicinity are having to rear
range the hay in the field owing to the
recent rains. Charley Little is the
first one to begin hauling hay siuce
Elbert Thompson of Salem was out
on Mill Creek visiting old friends, but
more particularly looking after the In
terest of the Ford car.
Judge Duncan spent several days In
Albany this week.
Mrs. .1. II. Osborn was a frequent
visitor to Salem this past week.
Mrs. W. E. Denver who hns been
very ill for some time was removed
from the Sulem hospital to Portland,
nt the borne of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Dozier.
Mrs. Warren Riches made a trip to
Albany last Saturday. -
Earl Bear has just about recovered
from the measles. Earl is exceptional
ly optimistic but he could not ward
H. E. Robertson was serving on the
jury iu Sulem three days of this week.
Mrs. Annie Ilusby will move out to
the ranch this summer long enougii to
repnper ami paint the house, and do
other necessary repairing.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Rickreall, Ore., July 22. The Misses
Alice and Edith Cobb, of Portland, who
have been Visiting their grandmother
in Dallns, visited with relatives in
Rickreall the latter part of the week.
Mr. J. O. Price and children, Delbert
and Kathryn, returned Saturday from
Turner, where they have been visiting
for several days.
Mrs. B. F. Lucas returned Monday
from a 10 days' stay at Newport.
Forrest Craven is working nt Ballston
Mrs. John aughn was an Independ
ence visitor one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McLean and fam
ily, of West Salem, were Rickreall call
ers on Wednesday evening.
Kenneth Lucas has secured a job on
a boat plying between Portland and As
toria. L. E. Burch made a business trip to
Salem on Wednesday.
Alnn Craven is visiting his cousins,
Brnce and Clair McLnin, in West Sa
lem for a few days.
DEATH OF MRS. 8. C. MATER.
John A. Lulav, of this city, has re
ceived word from New Kensington, Pa.,
of the death of Mrs. S. C. Mayer, who
passed away July 10, llHi, at 10:45 a.
Mr. Mayer and family came to Stay
ton ou the Kith of Oi-tobcr, J WW, Yirst
living on the W. L. Freres ranch west of
town. Afterwards they moved to L'mn
county near Scio, oa the Mrs. Hollen
rauch for three rears. Then tliev mov-'
ed to Fern RidM on the Joseph Lanx'
ptM Trl W lived, for two years.
fugene Will Send Life
Savin? Crew to Coos .
Bay Railroad Celebration
' (Capital Journal Special Service.)
Eugene, Or., July 22. A life sav
ing crew attached to an excursion from
an inland town, is. one of the strange
things 4hat will, happen when Eugene
sends a triinload, of " its citizens to
v dos oay rue lairer part oi August 'to
atend the Coo Bay .Railred Jubilee
to celebrate tho Completion, of the rail
road from Eugene to Marshfield.
Such a committee has been provided,
however, and its purposes are entirely
serious, for it i to look after the safe
ty of the women aad x-liildrea, and see
that proper decorum is ohseryed at all
C. D. Rorer- is chairman.' of the gen
eral committee in charge of file ex
cursion, assisted by J. ' E ' Shelton,
George H. McMorran, Dean Hayes and
J. H. Koke. Subcommittees On' hotels
and accommodations, ladies' welfare,'
parades and music, decorations, radia
tion, and publicity and advertising are
to be appointed within a few days.
The ladies welfare committee will
be charged witH the duty of minister
iug to the comfort of women whose
husbands are iu the Radiators march
ing organization, or in the band, or
iiave other duties to perform in con
nection with the features that are pre
pared for the city of Radiation dele
gation by the radiation committee. . .
The lure of the out door life is not
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Rosedale, Ore.;- July 22. George Par
mer's big drier is progressing nicely.
It is now under roof.
Loganberry picking is the topic of the
day. The weather and berries are fine.
The picking is good.
Special services at the Irieads church
next Sunday, at 11 . nu, everybody wel
Dr. G. T. White's Si stack drier is
ready for the masouwork which will be
started soon. . .
The prune crop in this section will be
heavier than was expected at first, most
of the driers are being put in running
DEATH OF PATRICK MURPHY.
The sad news of the death in Port
land last Friday evening, July 14, of
Patrick Murphy came as a shock to
Mrs. Joseph B. Kenoedy, his daugh
ter. He died at the home of his son,
Mr. Murpey was a familiar figure here,
where he resided with his daughter,
Mrs. Kennedy, for.several years.
Patrick Murphy was born in Irclund
in 1834 and came to this couutry when
12 years of age. At the breaking out
of the civil war he answered the call
of his country and entered the hos
pital service. At the end of the war
he returned to Brooklyn, N. Y., where
he married Miss Catherine Donnelly
in 1800. From this union 11 children
were born, of whom 10 are still living.
Mr. Murphy came to Oregon 21 years
ago, landing in Portland on February
12, 1802. A yea later he settled
near Salem, and in 1!'02 came to
Woodburn, where he resided at the
h me of his daughter until two years
ago when he moved to Portluud and
lived there until called by death. The
funeral services were held at St.
Mary's Cathedral, Portland, Monday,
July 17, interment being in Calvary
The surviving children are: Mrs.
Joseph B." Kennedy, Woodburu; J. H.
Murphy, E. B. Murpby, J. T. Murphy,
Mrs. John Stricber and Katie Murphy,
Portland; Mrs. Stephen Trninor, Shaw,
Ore.; M. A. Murphy, High river, Alber
ta, Canada; W. J. Murphy, Austin,
Miunesuta; F. W. Murphy, Denver, Col
priidor Woodburn Independent.
when Mr. Laux sold the ranch last full.
They then moved to Stnyton, but on
account of Mrs. Mayer's health they
went to Oakland, Culif., in December
nnd on April 31 went back to New
Kensington, Pa. On receiving word
May 4th of the death of her sister, Mrs.
Panion, she was taken worse and was
confined to her bed till the time of her
death. Another sister died December
She is survived by her husband, A.
J. Mayer, of New Kensington, anil the
following children: Gust -M. anil Geo
rge of California, -Charles and John of
Akron, Colorado, Wm. and Lewis, Mrs.
M. Fisher, Mrs. Anna McCullough and
Miss Mugdalena Mayer of New Ken
sington. She is also survived by three
brothers, George J., of Oeistown, Pa.,
Adam L., of Linn-county, Oregon and
John A. Lulay of Htayton, Oregon.
H. A. Sprog and wife of Wadena,
Minnesota, arc visiting at the MrKen
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Trask and daugh
ter Hildn, were blackberry picking at
the V. J. Philippi farm lust Thurs
G. F. Harold, Mrs. D. I. Caldwell and
Mrs. Raleigh Harold and sou motored
to 0,uinaby Friday. They were accom
panied home in the evening by Lloyd
and Alta Harold.
C. S. Brown of nenr Auuiavillc has
been cutting ensiluge iu the neighbor
hood the past week. Those-having
silos filled werei L. M. Arrhnmbcau,
Hurry Chrisman and E. C. Chrismnn. ;
Miss Marie Henkle visited : several
days this week with Mrs. Carl Titus.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Thomas and Delia
and Ina Harold ate a birthday dinner
in honor o'f -Mrs. G. F. Harold on lust
Luther Cole left, Saturday for Glad
stone, Oregon, to play ball during the
Chautauqua. ' , .
. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thomas of Salem
were motoring in this vicinity . last
Mrs. Curtis Cole and little son and
Mrs. G. F. Horold visited at the Chan.
Schaefer home last Tuesday.
Liston Darby was a visitor in Scio
Friday evening. "
Otto Cole aud Miss Clara McMullen
of Crabtree visitea at the Curtis Cole
home Sunday. Mail.
To insure the owner of a private
shaving cup kept in a barber shop that
he is its only user there has beau in
vented a paper cap to covae t, which
rannot be removed without .breaking a
LHold Community Picnic
In Poik County District
The first'' annual community picnic
to be giyen Iy the Mountain View
school district "will take place on the
grounds surrounding the old Highland
church, near the Mountain View school
house, Saturday, July 29.' The affair
will be under the auspices of the parent
teachers' association and it is planned
by the committee in charge to make it
bn of Jhe-.bcst and . largest of similar
gatherings ever held in Polk couutv. A
general invitation will be issued to the
Burrouuding towns and school districts,
the only requirement being that all who
coiiio, contribute to the old-fashioned
picnic, lunch to be served at noon.
A delightful program . of . entertain
uicut is in formation and will include
Snlem and Polk county talent . in ad
dresses, readings and musical numbers,
during the morning and a calendar of
out-of-door sports for the afternoon.
. Ketreshmerrts will be served at tem
porary stands during the day aud num
erous other features added to make the
affair ;a .typical open-air public social
eveni. . . . -
Residents of the school district, who
are personally Interested in the suceese
of the event are. the following: Lunch
committee, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Connov,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bnilv, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Ohlinger and Mr. and Mrs.
G. B. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. H. la. Webb,
-Miss Nellie laylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Chapman, Mrs. Manuel Schindless. Mrs.
W. M. Bouffler, Mrs.'T. J. Gardner;
platform committee: T. J. Gardner, W.
M. uoumer, v. U. Fitinklin, John
Ferguson, F. P. Runcorn, W, M. Smart,
stand committee: L. C. Gricc, Henry
Lynch, H. M. Webb, Mb. Cohen; publi
city committee: Miss.Mollie Runcorn,
James Imlahj program committee: Mrs.
jacK nite, jnrs. t rank Roseqquest,
Mrs. J. w. Aorood, Mrs. J. B. Ohlinger,
Mrs. H. Seymour: amusement commit
tee: Robert Adams, George White, Ani
on Grice, Albert Bouffler; grounds com
mittee: J. R. Chapman, H. 31. Webb.
A...H, Southick, L. C. Grice. W. M.
Smart, Victor Lynch. Oallas Observer.
8TAYTON SlRTHDAT CLUB.
Another enjoyable meeting of the
Birthday club was-that held . at the
home of Mrs. E. T. Matthieu on Friday
afternoon, July 14th. As usual, the la
dies passed a very pleasaat afternoon
chatting and sewing.
J..nte in the afternoon a delicious
luncheon was served at little tables on
the lawn by the hostess, assisted by her
daughter, Miss Theo. A delightful fea
ture ot the table arrangement was the
place cards, each guest finding her place
at the table by a flower which represen
ted the month in which her birthday
Following were the flowers and the
names of the members whose birth
day occurred iu this month:
January Snow drop,, Mrs. C. H.
February . Primrose, Mrs. Alva
March Violet, Mrs. G. F. Koriuek.
April Daisy, Mrs. W. F. Follis.
May Honeysuckle, Mrs. A. C, Tho
mas. September iMorning'" Glory,' 3ftcs
dames E. D. Alexander,, J. P. Wilbur,
W. C. Parry and Mrs. E, T. Matthieu.
October Hop, Mrs. T. W. Creech.
November Chrysnnthcm, Mrs. O. L.
December Holly, Mrs. J. F. Perry.
Misses Clara Willing and Elizabeth
Malugnmba of St. Mary's hospitul o'f
Astoria, ure visiting at Mrs. R. Wil
ling 's home.
Fred Staples of Juneau, Alaska, has
been visiting at the Kearns home for
several days. He resided in Stayton
u number of years ago. He came out
from Alaska for his health.
Dr. Beuuchamp reports the birth of
a son to Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Curlsou, of
Mill City, the Lltb. Mr. Curlsou is the
driver of the Mill City auto Stage.
Adum She pur has secured a bunch
of timber from Vilas Philippi fend will
log it as soon as possible. Hfe and
Wlictttou Huntley will move their fam
ilies to the rump.
Frank Ruuscher on the AumsvUle"
Sublimity road, is having a new modern
home erected, 20x30 . The old house
has been torn down and the new one
is going upon its site. John A. Tulay
is doing the carpenter wark.
Mrs. W. C. Parry and son, Dixon,
accompanied by Miss Maria Alexander
left Saturday for her loirt iu Junction
City. Miss Alexunder goes to attend the
Chautauqua now in session there, and
will remuin for an extended visit.
Edward Thonia and wife left last
'Thursday for Spokaue, where they will
visit for a time, then leave for Iduho.
They are expected in Stuytou ugain
about September 1. Mr. and Mrs. Tho
nia travel by auto, camping enraute.
They arc well supplied wiih ciimp out
fit and among their conveniencies huve
a folding spring bed that they can place
across the top of the scats of the auto,
and sleep under cover.
Two former Stayton boys may yet
see duty on the Mexican border. They
are L. L. Thomas, who recently joined
the ninlitiu at Marshfield, a'ud John F.
I.uu. who is a member of the Oth com
pany, const urtillery, ut Albany. This
cortipany left Sunday for Ft. Stevens
where with other Other Oregon coast
artillery they will have two weeks .prac
tice in the use of the big guns. At the
final drill iu the Armory the night be
fore their departure, several promotions
were made, Mr. I.au being among those
promoted. He was promoted from pri
vate to mechanic. Stnndurd.
CHILDREN NEED VEGETABLES.
Vegetables are nn essential element
in a child 'a diet after be hus reached
the age of three years. They arc a good
source of minerals necessary to growth;
they are bulky and productive of per
istal movement; nnd they, contain
food in the form of starch and more or
less protein. Previous to the develop
ment of enzyme in the digestive juices
which are necessary to digest vegetab
les, it is unwise to Rive the child vege
table foods. Asparagus tips, string
beans, peas and spinach are among the
vegetables recommended by the domes
tic science speciolists of the O. A. C,
for the child of three years. These
should be rooked in salted water until
very tender, then mashed or run thru
a seive nnd served with beef juice, or
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NEW TODAY -
CLASSIFIED ADVEETISINa BATES TRESPASS NOTICES FOB SALE at
Rats per word New Today:
Bach insertion, per word lc I WILL PAY $8.60 per hundred for
One week (8 insertions), per word..-5c top hogs. Phone 2:206 M. jtily24
One month (26 insertions) per word 17c -
Th Capital Journal will not be re- WANTED Wood cutter near Inde-
iponsible for more than one insertion pendence. Apply Monday. Phone 692.
for errors in Classified Advertisements. july-4
Bead your advertisement the first day
It appear and notify ut immediately WANTED Berry pickers Monday. No
If it contain! on error. small children." M. K. Oitter, E. D Bt.
Minimum charge, 15c. julv23
PHONE 987 For wood saw. . tt $8.00, FOR RHNT S foom modern cot-
tage, KJL'3 N. 17th St. on nglewood
HARRY Window washer. Phone 768. car line. julygft
COW FOR - SALE Guernsey-Jersey
RUBBER Stamps made 163 S. Coml cleP e tukei " tn- Lomaa,
tf Turner, Rt. 1. july24
W1ANTED Men to Unload wold. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS-For rent,
Phone 520. julv22 electric lignts, gas range, price reas-
onable. 157 South Winter. july24
FRONT APARTMENTS Ground floor 1 '
491 N. Cottage SALE Good fresh Jersey cow
' and 8 weeks old heifer calf. Phone
FOR RENT SIGNS-For gale at Cap- MOl-J-H, call after 7 p.jm. july2
ital Journal office. tf ., ,, . . .
$12.00, FOR RENT Furnished com-
DRESM,A KING And plain sewing P!'?1",,,w 0 room cottage,, 1023
by the day. Phono 63. july22 N. l'th St. Lnglewood car. july2
FOR SALE Or trade for wood, gaso- FOR SALE A new Dayton motor bi
line engine. Phone 431. tf 'cle. Cos 10o. Will sell tor $80,
" Terms. Call at Morse & Ramsdco.
FOR SALE Large young team. Mrs. -I"1?25
E. Thomas, Marion, Oregon. augl7 , .. .
' n FOR SALE Or trade, one thorough
WANTED One hundred cords second b,red Jersey bull, registered, 2 yra.
growth fir. Price Shoe Co. julySo 1J; "'j0 "nie shnats tor sale or w.U
trade lor wood or buy. Phone 87F24.
CYCLE CAR FOR SALE At B bar- j"1"3
gain is taken at once. Phone 1022. .
july22 FOR RENT Furnlshen or unfurnish-
- - ed sleeping rooms. Office rooms and
FOR RENT Close in house and gar- housekeeping rooms, reasonable rates)
age. furniture for sale. US Union St. W. H. Morris, Rec. Hubbard Bldg.
july22 Boom 304. tt
SIX CHIROPRACTIC Adjustments FOR SALE One two drawer and one
worth more. Dr. May, Hubbard single drawer National tilth register,
bldg. july31 Have been used hut are as good u
new. Call or write to room 10, Op
FURNISH KDRooms and housekcep- era house. july25
ing apartments, rates reasonable, '
close in, 10 Court. tf CAPITAL EXCHANGE Phone 493.
-- 837 Court St. From (2 to $6 paid for
FOR SALE Two very fine Scotch 2d hand mens suits. We buy, trade
collies, male and female, one yea? and sell jewelry, musical instruments
old. 2396 Church St tf tools and guns. augll
LOST In Soulh Salem, smull sack A NO. 1 GARAGE BUSINESS For
containing silver and kevs. Return sale in Willamette vulley town. Will
to this office, Reward. ' july22 stand investigation. Reason for sell-
-- ing, poor health. Inquire of Capital
FOB BENT Journal Nn. 33. july2S
ADS under this heading lc a word.
Bead for profit; use for results. I AM GOING EAST Will trh anil
sell my business, better than a liv
FOR SALE Or trad,) for house and ing guaranteed. Married man p re
lots In town, 13 acre farm close in, ferred. Call Sunday 9 to 11 a. m.
all in cultivation. Thoiie lli02 l. j!22 Owens, the Ilutter. 403 Court St. jl23
FOR SALE First class young Jersey FOR SALE, SNAP Acre tract, 8
cow and heifer calf 3 weeks old, ab- room house, good well, 20 bearing
soltitelv geutle. Phone 423 evenings. Royal Anno cherries, other fruit,
july2l large garden, largo chicken park
' Call and see it, 2U13 Brooks Ave.
FOR SALE 3'1 half truck Studubalt- july2
er wazon. Will trade for heavier 1
wagon, cordwoon or stumpagc. si no
Lee. Phone 1322 J. tf
FOR SALE By owner one of the pret
tiest bungalows in Salem, just com
pleted, modern, price below cost,
terms. 1233 N. Cottage St. tf
FARM FOR SALE By owner; cheap,
1 tii " Tj acres on Lake Labish, 4 '-g
miles north of Salem. Will sell all
or in tracts. Phone 634 J. tf
FOR SALE Fresh cow and team of
horses, weight about 13n0. also wunt
elderly man to do garden work, reus
onable wages. Phone 64P2. july22
FEMALE HELP WANTED At once,
ten ladies to travel, demonstrate
nnd sell well established line to our
dealers. Previous experience not nec
essary. Good pav. Ruilroud fare paid.
Goodrich Irug Co. Dept. 313, Oma'aa
TTT t ft -w-t . a v JtJ
woncr t or Kent? ror
vonr name is in'fhp taIu.
FOR SALE Good team, harness and
first class camp wagon in good
shape, price reasonable, can be sees
tomorrow at Berry and Lewis Sta.
Take depot car, ak for J. W. Dun
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Julius G. Voget et al by sheriff to Si
mon and Susanna Heist, pt. lots 1 and 3,
blk. 35, University add.
A. A. Lee aud wife to C. F. and Ellen
M. Anderson, jones d. 62 6-3W; Becr'SJ
el. 38-6 3V.
A. A. Lee and wife to C. F. and Ellen
M. Anderson, Jones' cl. U2-6-3W; State
30-5-3W; Pratt 3S-8-3W.
Wilbur and Leta Jerman, minors by
guardian to A. W. Stalker, lot 17,
Brown's add Silverton, pt. Brown's cU
Mary E. Jarvia et al to Arthur W.
Stalker, lot 17, Brown's add Silvertoa
aad pt. Brown's cl. 4i'-6-lW. '