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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 26. 1919.
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crops. Potatoes are nut so favored as
a few miles west as here we fiud only J
30 acre with n peas ami no fieljj
Fruits are not giveu ruu'h attention'
as there is only 30 acres in apples with
one aero coining un no ilirrrii-K, no'
poachi's anil no iM'ar;. I'ruiifj art not iu '
I'uvur n tlie arrfa"' is only 11. Tlure
is oi'f aciv of loianli'rrii-s.
In tin- Mi'lianm ilitii.t ixung thei
Nintiam, I'. ( . Kreies ksschsciI 11,1)17:
i rrs a mailt" h ih ri'i'orj of Birncul-i
I lira I u ii J liorliiultural acroaKO fur re- j
rfi t tu county a.-sor Bcu F. WVst.
As usual in all funning section of:
Minion county, tlif laigi'st urrca(;i' ii
in oats, II3.. In sjirini; wliat tlusr is:
ll.'U neri'a anil ia winter wheat HOI '
showing tliat cuniiur:itivi-ly n.fukini;,
tliih Kectiuii mcs into wintt-r wiieat
stron(ir tliau a few miles to the west
ulono, tlie SuntiHiii.
KoKunlienies are unknown in this
si'itinii ami the same limy, lie Mi id of
peHi hes ami i hcrries as there is no
aereai. The uuno industry claims 14
aeres of this section olon.tr the Santiaui
anil three acres are in strawberries.
Other ereaj;e are lis follows: liar
ley 4, rye 117 corn 87, clover L'iMI, and
hny ciojih 0!H). The pot-ito acreage out
of the 11,(117 in the district is only
lis!. There are no peas in acreage and
only three iu field lieuna. The apple
STARTS WHO AFRAID OF WORK ? i? i
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Iiaeroap h .14.
N. Taylor 240 and Jacob Sienmund L'14.
lum-ouinmcr musical tveni rirsi inp west
wONLY COMPANY presenting...
....IN THE ORIGINAL ENTIRETY.. ..
THEGRBATEST AMERICAN MUSICAL COlirOY
with WALTER WILLS
and ROY BINDER
TWO YMRSn CL08C THEflTREjT?
RUNNING OVER. WITH
CHIN CrtlN"HAS a Name of M'agic-Music That Is
Bareback Rioers-Ghotesque Dancing A;Piwit
Tom Brown's Clown Saxophone Band
teices: ooc. $i.oo. i.r.o. $2.00. box sats k.so. beats now at
OPERA HOUfeE I'UAKMACY.
flliese fanners may own lunds in other
districts of the county but this is their
acreage owned in the section assessed
jby 1'. ('. Kreres.
DISCHARGED MEN ARE
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director of storaire, Monition building,
Washington, ). C.
The application should athlo ! re
iiiiii'd nml must be ucconipauieU by an
iil'fidiivit nir.ilc before uuy civil or mili
tary authority authorised to administer
mil lis. The affidavit must Hot foitli (ha
soldier ' record, date and place of his
discharge or furlough and aiticiea or
kind of clothing he returned lo the gov
criiiieut. Officers and enlisted men who have
returned the g:is mask or helmet mar
mnke aimilur application for these aiti
clea and they wlll.be issued
The following articles are those to
whit-It the aoldieis arc entitled: 1 over
seas cap for nil enlisted men who have
had Kcriee vverseun, or 1 lint nml 1 hat
cord fitr nil other enlisted men; 1 olive
drub shirt, 1 service' eor.t and orna
mcils, I pair breeches, 1 pair shoes, 1
J pair leunins, 1 waist belt, 1 slicker, 1
overcoat, 2 soils underwent, 4 V8'r
stui kiiiKS, I p iir jjovrs, 1 g:ts mask and
helmet if issued overseas, 1 bai.aik bog
j and it scarlet chevious.
M LIFE as it SHOULD
Comes Direct From Liberty Theatre Portland
It's a Two-Feature Bill --You'll See This, Too
"The Island of Intrigue"
Special Arranged Musical Accompaniment by
"NINA WADSWORTH KAHLER"
PORTLAND ENDS Lightning Strikes
(Continued from pago one) I - UnnnA C..
way of the Columbia water gn.de.
"Kor example," said Newell, "the; The electric storm which passed over
power necessary to haul a ton from: this section early Wednesday umo very
rendletoii to fortlund would lilt it 2944 nenr destroying the resids-ncc of w. .
GRAINS LEAD IN
(Continued from pae one)
jtion. I., M, Parker owns I,. ('. Neer
3.i7 and A. T. Hunlick owns lilt acres
Jnd rents A uiiinbr enf funnels
j rent large c rente.
Federal Recognition Is
Accorded To Guard Units
l-'i deial recugiiition has been extended
lo regimental headquarters and third
pcaiji. The prune acreage is liiH, with
'M acres coming on while loganberries
-laii but 411 ticrcs. There ia one tract
of '.'I acres in atruv.berries with total
of S'l acies for th district.
Pickard Hros., ownera of the fantoui
Jemy cows nut acres in this see
in me Marion district, nml along the Imttnlion lieaii(imrters, aecoruing to a
Ninlinm for nine miles, with a width of i letter received todav bv Adiotaat Oen-
eboiit three miles there is a section of
7.WI7 acres assessed by Mr. Mniphv.
This section also includes Stibliuiity.
t)ut of this acreage there is till? in
winter wheat, N(W iu spring wheat, lull
in onts i iu barley, HI in rye, Il'I i'nf
corn, in ciover ana iiiun acres in hav
eral ConOil Klgfriu.
This report for recognition of the
Thiid regiment, National (maid, ia
I:im'iI on an act of rongresH of July 3,
I'.'io, anil is eitciuleil to all compai.iea
the Third reinment where officers'
I have qualified and stood proper craini
imtions. The reco!nition dues not as
j yet include eoinpany M of Si.iem, but itj
lis understood will lie extend, d as souu
!us itt officeis qualify. j
j When the officeis of the company j
! qualify, the v of all will begin, tisieil
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."ii im niMunn.9 u-irni-ii u pii,ui,-ai 1.1 ,
and officer of the regular ninn, iu pro-!
., - 1 , 1 meet ever
I'm won 10 uie lime put 111 i ll actual
sen Ire by the hoiue conipatiy. l or com-
ipr.nv Ai litis woulj mean aoiiiciiiiig over
lJ a mouth fur private and ofri.crs and
j nun coin in proportion.
feet, or amount to 2944 foot tons, while
710U foot toua are ueded to lake that
ton to T'ncoma."
Conversely, the power needed lo haul
n ton from I'ortli.nd to Pendleton would
lift that ton 4S84 feet in the air, but
the power needed to. move a ton from
Taconm to Pendleton would lift it 7047
feet in the nir. This, he said, shows
that about a third as much power ia
neede dto huitl freight from Pendleton
to Portland as from Peiidietun lo Ta
The actual distance in miles Is 516
from Pendleton to Portland aud Mi
from Pendleton to Tncmnn, a difference
of Mil miles. The actual distance be
tween Tueoinn and Pendleton is equiva
lent, in the engineer's calculations,, to
4UU miles f straight level track, nnd
if avail-i the distance of L'ltt miles between Port
In lid and Pendleton is eqiiul to ZX miles
of straight level track.
KiinUarlv Newell compiled the differ
ences in furor of the water grade be
tween Portland and Wullu Waila, Pull
man, Oarfield, Oukcsdale and Spokane.
Having heard during the week much
of the contention that Portland, 100
miles nearer the Inland Umpire, is en
tiled to ii lower rate than Astoria, Com
missioners Hall, Paniels r.nd Kashnan
nnuniiuccil today their determination to
They will leave for the city al the
month of the Columbia Hudny morning,
probably going by automobile and will
spend some time in Ruing over the port
facilities of Astoria under the guidance
of It. P. Sione, rhairinr.-n.of the Port
of Astoria commission.
The Colunibin basin rate lu-aiing will'
be adjourned from Portland to heat tie
at the close of the Monday afternoon
session, beginning in Seattle next Tues
day morning. Pnget hound 's aud As
toria 'a aide of the controversy will be
Myers, who lives between here nnd Sub
Mr. Myers said the' house was struck
in five different pluce and took fire in
three different places. One bolt struck
1 1 the brick foundation and thiew brick
into the window where William Myers
was sleeping about ten feet away. The
'.elephone was pHt completely out of
commission and was brought to towi,
It was fortunate for Mr. iljers that
r I the boys were at home a he said it
took sii'ne hustling to keep the home
from burning. People who 3avv the
place Wednesday morning say it ia
miracle that some of the family were
not killed. v
While ('nil Vollis aud Vnuik Harold
were coming to town to catch (ho early
stage, a bolt of lightning struck near
them when they were close to the cov
ered bridge across the river and
was knocked down aud Frnnli
was plckiug berries Wednesday morn- Cl9Wn'c Riirnorl
ing. received an electric shock which UIOJlUU & IdlU UdU
,fui!vhreer(.obvie,:iedfor 'ome s"e Prospects Are Excellenl
The two children of John Dozler, Wui
were in the grain field early iu the
morning, were knocked down bv the
That the railroad question i. shaping
itself in the eyes oa few Mayton peo-
lightiilug. They were shaken up" aomc10 " 8 concede?! fact
but are none the worst from the shock.
ST. LOUIS PICNIC
The ht. I.ouis picrjic which wa, held
in Joseph Rubens grove Inst Sunday was
not as well attended this year ui was!
hoped for, presumably on account of the
hot and dusty weather, but those who
did attend seemed to heartily enjoy the
ihicken dinner and the afternoaii pro
gram. The instrumental music by the M.
Paul orchestra of young people was fine
and was enjoyed by all, likew ise 'the vo
cal music by Mrs. Malcolm ilainp of
ilrooks, Miss Gladys Ditmnr of Fair
field, accompanied by Mr. and Mis. 1).
R. Moses with piano and violin nnd Mr.
Moses' violin solo.
The recitations bv Mrs. Fiank Ma
honv and Master Alfred Lewis icceived
Harolrt heartv enfores.
At a special meeting of the cily e-.
cil Saturday evening, the old grnut that
was signed to the P. McMnnan coiiip
for a franchise to build n railroad
through Stnyton, and which hold good
till the first day of Januaiy YSM, was
transferred to the Portland ii rtnticsit
ern, the company that is hulking fir a
right-of-way fur a through line from
Portland to Bend.
O.i notification that the MeMahau
company had turned over thi-ii contract
to the new company, the council deemed
it ndvisable to cull a special meeting
and look into the matter. Muil.
DS. STARKS STILL BETOETS.
lr. Eric R. Htarke, paroled fc'icn eve
nly, is still required to report weekly to
the postmaster nt Aurora and to the
I'nited States authorities at Portland.
It has been, given out, however, thst
alien enemies are to be released from
their paroles, if conditions wnirnnt. The
signing of the pci.ee treaty has mada
wbs somewhat stunned. The boys re- The Hon. August Huckeusteiu of ha
covered in a short time and tame into t.m as orator of the dav, spoke with his' !' jwrniibli', though Oermnny and the
town, ('nil was a little nervous but
Prank was alright.
The Stayton Telephone office was put
out of commission for a i-irort time.
Trees and fe ices weret ore up along the
path of the storm.
H. Van Handle's daughter, who
usual clnnuence. I.e. are still technically at war u ;tit
Last, but not least, William H. F.gan,!the senate ratifies the treaty. The l:. 8.
the mi go of Hopmere, was called upon j district attorney at Portland warns all
for a few remarks and responded in his alien enemies however, that they luust
usual pleasing manner, giving a remlnls 'nnt consider their parol -s revoked until
cense of the progress in this section they receive direct notice from his f
since pioneer davs. nervals Star. 'fie. Aurora Observer.
jWidely Scattered Army
! Teams To Vie For Track
Supremacy In "Wire Meet'
REMEMBER, THE NAME OF TERWILUf.ER
Should you ever be called upon to recommend a fun
c'lal service. This name stands for courteous treat
ment, reasonable cost and fair dealing. License!
L.vly Embalmer in constant attendance.
TERWILLIGER FUNERAL HOME
770 Chemekcta Street. Phone 721
Krnncisco, July 2.I. (I'nited
fiist " U-lc(4iapiiic iia.k
held will le staged be '
jtwen nine army hospitals tliiougliout '
: the country early In August. The event ;
Iwill establish "world championships' ' ,
, for cripples. Huspitnls.to compete are:
Itterinan general, San Francisco Pre-i
jsidio; Port les Moines; Tacoma Park,:
D. ('.: Colonia, N. J.; Kurt Mcpherson.;
(In.; Vort Sheridan. Illinois; Plnttsliiirg, j
ix. Y.; Carlisle, Pa.; Port Mcli.nry,1
! Each hwpitnl will hold a mes-t on its,
'own ground and will telegraph the re-1
suits and time f each cellt t the;
(fly I'nited Press)
iesterdays winners; Portland, halt otnPrl-
""-(-i rinun, esscrauienio.
Himie runs: lloiton, Fisher, Tigers;
Th Seala prwtically kicked away the
Rame in the first two ianiiigs, which
doesn't take from the glory ot buther
land, Itearer heaver. Suthmaud pitch
ed the first no run, sot hit, game of the
eaMa, the McCredi men Winning, II
B II Clymer was relegated 0 the
showers for undue activity ou and off
the ruarhin line. The Timers won from
the Rainii-rs. 4 t.i 1.
A rua in the moth won for the Rees
from t!;e Cks, 3 t 4.
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..r .t,s. iiniii,-u mis .osa p:nsi'a, n 'l I I ' D tt
whei they JrupprU i..lher f Hue to thejj) Q I Ltt CT KOSSl
The events tentatively are. "
50 and 100 yard dash for one legged
33 yard hop for one le&geii men.
COyard wheel chair re for men
with both legs amputated.
Baseball throw for men who have lost
their natural throwing arm.
SO -yard race for men on crutches.
Ten'ils and. other lighter athletic
compvtiions will be held.
The city of power, in the southern
part of Coos county, hs just eompleted
a public auditorium at a cost of $;0i)
WE JUST RECEIVED THEM
' Our showing is now complete, the designs
are perfect and the finish beautiful, along with
these attractive features is the reasonable price
making us gbd and proud to show you the line.
XI. 1 j J i iV
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The EDISON DIAMOND
We are the first ones to ever retail phonographs in Salem and have sold this
line of reliable makes ever since.
GEO. C. WILL
Salem's Music Dealer
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