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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. ORBG0N. SATl'RDAY. FEB. 10, l'.H7.
Willamette Valley Happenings Home News of Daily Life in Marion and Polk Counties, Gathered by the Capital Journal's Local Cor respondent!: for Its Big Family of Readers Really Just Friendly Letters from Each Neighborhood to All the Others, Telling of Local Events California Engineer Would Build Concrete Bridge for Polk County 'Capital Journal Special fcerviee.) I Itallas. Oie . Pel. 10. W M. Thorns. HUBBARD NEWS new operating a similar establish Bient- H. H V. ILcim tiss retsuirod from a hurt business trip to Portland. Ava ran a returned to sskaal it' Mr. ami lira. F. K. Meyer M re j,T ,f, , abseawe of a month ob turned from Tillamook county, where .', west to look at land r a bv Mr :.i ; TLo move onto it is the spring uaj N f -. r i r . , ... . w . 'jrgi vt- .-.M-ei,. tti ,uiuju, OOB .'Ullll ' -" : - :' ' ty, -a. . Dallas b. risitW Ik. g. Ic. Cal.. w ia Dallas Tuesday .! fjrt 0f ,B(f WBrjr . . i.,iiiwt olstn. for a concrete l.r nl'a!' ttf-fore the Folk county court. Thej ' ' Tl... i lr Thofnl.s tt ould " " y. . construct across the Willamette river I tb-m would fwi from 2Xj.iO0 to t:i.tMK( n n.1 would he guaranteed by the rssnrnctsS to 'tan'. a Mstiaw. hfould tie comity courts ot Polk arid AHrion cousties km on a bridge of I',. !; Mr. FhotllMs .'igosls "OHIO agree " have the structure open WEST SALEM Fnntlaud News (Capital Jonrnal rial Service) Fruitland. Or.. Vb. . Weekly cal eudar for 1917 and on indefinitely. Let all post in a . onspicuous jla- for daily nap. Sunday. "A soft answer turncth away wrath; bat grevious words stir U. auger." Prov. 13:1. Mondav. " word fitlv spoken is U . 1.1.. i .. II !.. - ,1 i. , - .. imr ai'i-iri KTJ i;ii i 111 I'lCllirCS OKI' spend some tnoe in that inunr clime.! . . ., ,, ... f, v I'll .liver lrv 'i-ll Mr. and Mm. Ployd Dowsing re timed .tola afternoon from a two week's viait with relatives at White son. Miss Ida Stnuffer left for Son Jose. I'alif.. Sunday evening, and experts to for Tuesday. "But the tongue no man can tame; it i an unruly evil, rull of deadly poison.'' J a as. 3:t. Wednesday. "Charity auffereth long and is kind." 1 or. 13:4, Thursday. "There is that speakest like the piercings of a sword." Prov. M, 11. Dirkscn aecouipauied bv hia nephew, Vergil and niece. Esther, spent the week-end in Portland with friend. Mr. and Mrs. P. Stegtuauu anil Mrs. ;. KoiiMihnk of N'eedy, were the Snn .lav guests of Mi. and Mrs. Ernest Huffman. Mr-. P. Hale of Brownsville, Ore ' and Mr. and Mrs. Poy Hale of Freiao,) Friday. "Love worketh no ill to his alif., rnmc Tuesday to visit Mr. and nrighlxir: therefore love i the fulfill- , i.. .L. ,.f i.vi ivr i.rovid-, . - - :Mrs. Koduey .Meivin. i nig ot the law. Koni. 1J:IU. ,.. ,.,, ,-hV thV fir-t 7"'"T 1 ""y"""'" . Last Snturdav morning Forest S;.iurdah-. bat-v er things are J '.VJT 45 franehim; v. a, granteil the S. P. U,KXM am MilW SrH Wallace, true. whTtaoevr things are honest. "' plaee eleetn. j.oles on tse. oml street, mr ff fuf K(.4(J w for ill(,,.finile . whato-ver things an- jmt, whatsoevei - ... 'U ' ""' '" eommittee. tb,ngll whatsoever things are tTK-T lZm- i C'"".mt'UT U" Sf 1?5SH r Miss Edna V,,,;,, and Mr, r,ifford of good report: if these be any virtue. given 7, a" '""h. Bedford. Wednesday '... ft " l i-i We-hday .ven i,, ,,,- , W. (,.., MJJJ r - "'i.VlX MUb befag .o.npe.led to w t, ai.ool .1' membei, .l lh- elnb .ind ii,.,,,h ....,( i;. Street Fran' ' S- ,blt rl,ru 0 ".a' 'T?' ?' i, ki lsli .I...;, 1.. ai.endanee. After a boon- , ,. u.:..:. , , I building in progress in the .M;crty tiful five rouw -linnr tin- IMiH; j it,,lt Fif(. ,,.ir Wator Win. Squire., ncighl-orbood. mostly iiM.'uei ii , J-.nri iuij ufij , J. num. . I . , . , ! was the firgt Dervm to iav A.,a.ur..l f..iu...r i .I .l!ic k i- . it. n w . i. . .ri-f.-ti 'tin H(' i V Imi r II i 4 ... Falls City News O'apitaJ Journal Special Semee. Falli City. Ore.. Feb. 7 The loeal Southern Parifir offiee has reeeivea orders to rush the eoastrartiou of thei industry spur at Falls City, this spur) is for the ronvenienee of shipper who have had ao loading facilities, hereto-1 fare, materials are being gathered rapidly and active construction will I soon follow. Ralph Adam-, v h j at. i.fcil a sj.ar'iv airester some time ago, has sold hia wood contract to the Teal Creek Rail way company, and will devote his tiasel to the new invention. He will put one! of hia spark arresters on the Shay thatj hauls logs from the camp to give it at thorough test. Harvev tiage. a proierous farmer of the valley, was transacting business in the city Thursday. - The Modern Woodmen held a social Tuesday night at thei: hall. A banquet was given after tiich games and dauc ing was engaged in. A rotal time was had. About 60 were present LITTLE TALKS ON THRIFT Bf S. W. STRAUS F-tmm JUuntmn .. If Tkrtft "Sae ycatr penniei," y tome one. Oh. what's a p e a a y ?" scornfully asks another. Yes, what is a penny ? Th trnuricstofotir coins as raw gardf purchas ing power and it takes a whole hundred of them to make a dol lar, so why con-ider a penny at all? Yet unless we save the humble little pennv, wc cannot have the dollar. A A. H. (irayum was in town this week. I ron may work hard and earn a R. lied taken up th. ir hop yard, and will plant ; u; fnm bJa spud., corn beans nnd onions Part of j hfn ,nere wi g of barns and i onion houses. -l. .:.,. ,,,, llrilmaiices Knrl Hlls h.i.-tl .1 If Kl eoniily. who has won several worm "lfor, Wm. Sipjires. .1.1. o.i.shii. i.riaes in growing ugncul ,,.i. 1-..1 w...i,..,.ii 1 1 1. ... I oriKlucts. and bv Professor Bar .,. the Lembcke vard west of town has relt, of the I nivcrsity of Oregon, ivno v't,.r f ommissioiier Mavor i. M u" 'aken up. rpoke 011 co-oration with toe rural ois-. ioukUh .Arthur Rex, Charles Ruge. Miss Nora Welty. a setu triets. I'l-oii a motion made byOsinrl strM, 1 ...nmissioncr Chss Bwm Hubbard high school iiml Hnvter the club wa iinaninious in n s, ....... 1 ,,,1,mil,.,.M,vo. ..nil , the measles ft E. Mcllwin a former Pruitlander, j his taxes -t urn niaiiv new acres readv for the plow in the spring. ,ne. III. !. .vo..l..u r.f t'.h O-?! thM Hr. t.rayum. is a prune grower. Jack Purdy, bridge contractor, who! has been at work for the Valley and Selitz railroad finishing building: bridges for the road Wednesday, thei last bridge completed was near Inde-1 peudeaee. This road has required many, bridges to be built, the highest which . was 120 feet was near Hnydcn's ranch, j The rest of the work 011 the rond will be discontinued until more favorable weather prevails. The high school play amounted to 6.1. the expenses were 2.l. leaving a! balance of M to apply on the piano J 'fund. The high school w ishes to ex-. press their appreciation of the cordial support given by the pupils. Mr. X. Selig, our leading merchant of this city, has purchased a new car. it is a Cadillac. He arrived home late and forgot to let the water out of the radia- cost of living. We are wasting rail tor and lit. Brown had I patient at his, lions of dollars annually on extrava hospital the next day. j gatces. C. J. Pugh, our loganberry juice , J.ina AJaia ifcaaUat died in Detroit manufacturer, has recently returned to Eugene, where he has made arrange good salary, hut if he is careless with kis pennies, spending a tcur here and a few there, he will 'uve little 10 how for his work. On the cither hand if he is careful with his pennies, saving some, putting them into vari ous funds for the future care of himself and his family and spending the others with discrimination, he will find that he is repaid in money. In self-confidence, in self-respect and elf-protccrion. Ruskin said : "Twenty people can gain money for one who can t:?c it. and the vital question for individuals and for nations is never 'How much do von make'' hut To what purpose do 5 ou spend T " The profligacy and extravagance of I the American people are to some ex tent responsible for the present high recently He came to that city a lowly Oerman immigrant, sixty years ago. lie a an orphan with Utile education. He learned the carpenter trade, married when a young nun and be and hi wife lived frugally. At length they paid for a tittle home of their own. They lived in a neighbor -hood of working mn and women, and Mueller began to erect homes instable for people of smalt means. When he died he is reported to have owned 250 of these houses and his estate was said to be valued at $1,000,000. Th lesson is that the foundation of his fortune was laid throtswh habits of thrift Had he been a spendthrift aa his early years, lie doubtless would have died a poor man. Why should not school boys and girls earn money during their vaca tion time and learn the lesson of thrift, the economic value of time and the curbing of their natural de sires for amusement which idleness engenders ? a Two reports by W. L. Bodine. su perintendent of compulsory educati n in Chicago, make p.siide a compari sot. of the earning ability of children who work at odd times while still in school and of iIickc who leave school to take jobs in factory, shop or store. At the Van Ylissingrn School 500 pupils, between Julv 1. 1915. and luly 1. 1916, earned $6,000. The period included the s-trmmer vacation, hut much of the work was done before and after school hours. At the end of the year they had $2,100 in hank. The work performed by the chil dren included the care of lawns, of furnaces, of automobiles, sewing, cul tivating gardens and many other, tasks that do not interfere with sci:ooL member ,1,, h(. : j,", at t(l(, ,UJUSc. Wnts to dispose of this vear's crop (iladys Hardcastle. Minnie Set-1 lad Schermer and the Messrs. Waluic s. u .-r Committe. Mayor and ail the 1 of the teacher 's training course, taught S. hool is now half out and II. C. Evergreen berries. This is a new ven- ;'em;Fr- f oa,ri "la''kn";u.- ,Jew!,'1 Hl,'k n.I,'nt's. Harold Olson, Ralph Gilbert, I.ee Bruce Sims, Macuiillun Jones opport of the stand b'-mg taken l.y tr ,..,.,,., of ,i . ,.itv (.oucji. ,the White school several days this TU our teacher, has been a har.ll'nre, as heretofore the Evergreen br- 10 "enuncKs, msn UKKs. elma Ko Suns, Bruce bims. Dewey Bitaey. Lloyd Polk county conrt in regards to me ,r .i , , tor -Frank Lanfe. eek, on account ol the llluess of II. tt. worker in the interest of his pupils'! ry has hud no attntiou except for JJ Jiessrs. uoy le .ionn-on. lemarest, iioya Uice, Osear Olson and inter county bridge A resolution was. frttietr has been ver. ill but isiUirksen. education. His hands and time arc more 'home consumption. Tons upon tons of also adopted favoring s.-. : toll No. .'.I. ia. j, The Parent Teacher Association has, than full as the two rooms were eon- them go to waste each year for want providing for the granting of franchises : yhl. j.l W)eetv which was ti invited Or. A. F. delspinnsse to give ! soli.lnte.l into one thus placing the work of some means of putting them upon the t.. logging companies .for driving logs naV(. mW j,), jjrs fTazwTe 011 Thurs- rt talk on the care of the teeth at n of two teachers upon one. The present 1 market. This new iudustry will give Oil stream, in the stale. I lie i.iistne.- (i . w.. .1 . aeeount of 11.. . tin" of the us-ociation to be held 1 average attendance is about oO. Th session of the club was pustKned until jjr Fraziero 's illness. There were Friday, Pebruarv Parents are espec- j district will have to get back to the Thursday night on account of the late ,,.,,, v ajeMbni present. .'omfort tie-)iuUv requested to be present. I "' room plan. ness of the hour. JI1, sd sewing wns engaged 111 The 'r J, A. Pippv came down from; There will lie a special school meet- next meeting will be with Mrs. Joseph .Portland Stindav to spend the day ing Friday, Feb. li. held in Conlson's Young Married Couple Return. F.-i.iu II on Pebnrarr 22nd. Lul, Mrs I'ior.v at the home of their ''o""' ' Fruitland at IsM p. 111. for Harold Stsrr, son of Mr. mid Mrs., Mrs. W. J. Wnrren. Mrs. .1. R.Bedford I Mrs' K it. tiriinm. Mrs. ! 'he purpose of electing one director to EbfOrgS Marr, of this viiiidtv and wife, nud Mrfl Warion Moor). wCr .C(.U..I by who was formerly .M.-s i.oinie uicnarii, West Salem M. K. H. H. as delegates to lit Mcviinuviiic, reuirnco 1.. ' o- '".- the I'olk l oui.ly Sundny School coiiven- her visit tlirough- Pippv will contihu out the week. 1; It. Aekerson. living m tue iiock take the place of M. M. Hansom, who has moved out of the district, and tor the transaction of such other business Wcli,eday and are visiting at the home ; ,; t0 ,.,,, , luiif ..n(i(.n,.e 0,i the 1 ;,:,. 1. ,.iviJ to o to Fort ils u,a:v come Detore the meeting. A iulj mt the groom's parents. The young ,,,, ,, ,,, 0f the month. r, " .?. lo..ir it. the next lew '""lai"'"t the district is requesteil eout.le elotrf-d on .lanuaiv .'!! and nil ef forts to locate them wore the located there- .Miss Moth lie.iroril tuts gone to liute-1 ,r,.,.i. 11;, l.rother t'Cioicnce for ., visit with .Mrs. T. I Yin. . .: .v..., ... , . ) Th..r.. ... -.l ..I. ' c: i. ui. ..:li .7l n,ul 1S "l,l-'a""K ...-. ........ ...... (t) lies nriil r.llier friends She will til... at- Frank Cad Was a Portland l"'i'- ; teud the Sunday school convention. Mrs. Richard MeOee hns been quite ill nt her home but is improving. F. C. Jnuies bus returned from a two weeks visit with his mother at Riiiuier, Washington. Mss Ailene Bennett will spend the vi.itor the iiist of the week. Dr. A. B. Stnrbiick returned Tiu-.1hv evening from n short business trip to Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Joe llinshnw, of ot nl lis, are guests at the home of Mr. and sirs vvm. .Meimnnm. 'week in Portland with her friend Miss Mr. nml .Mrs. V. s. Ortrrrl enter! I K()jth (;a,i,prnooa. 11 party of friends t 4aWP at then ,v Mr w j barren went to lo.nie on Mam street Ihttrsnav evening, i,,,!,..,,.,,,!,,,,,.,. )0 attend the . 1 ... a . 1 .. r i A delicious lumheon was served after Hip game. Mrs. Fred Holier, of Monmouth, hns bean a guest at the home of tier sister,; Mis. Ira Phillips, In Dallas, this week.j Cbjn.dc Lewis, of l.ewisville, nsttlel buyer for the Dallas Meat company, wnsj 11 county seat visitor this week. Fred West will 0,1 to !', i rvilalc this Hfternts.n to help with an entertain ! inenl to be given for the benefit of Hwi Pst rj dale band. A. K. Thoinp.-on. formerly proprietor, of the liallas Steam Laundry, is in the citv from Kelso. Wash., where he is This Frenchy "Flaoper" Has a New Frock fikhool I'oii vent ioo. Auburn News (t'apital .lournal Special S to for the ' 5 Auburn, Feb. Id. Owing pia.tice of the voung folks liti rary the items hnve been slow com Ing in this week. Quite a number of young folks from Auburn attended the mock trial at ttickey last Friday evening. Leo Sutter has accented the position of head fanner at tho ''Chestnut Farm." Walter Mathey has sold his crop of iotuto- ut 11 bushel. Orville Brny is now going to school at the Washington .lunioro High. I'nder the superv isimi of W. Johnson ha 1 1 finished drying then (iur president after infinite patience for more than a year is now beginning was 0ud bushels ot wueni swwm TiiesJnv Bert Hressler took a load of from the ranch this year ranging in . ,,,,,., "to Pratum. Wednesday X. T. price from 1.."?. to 1.S, he says. :twvra took 20 bushels for which he Last Monday Henry Uo.je traded tnaaived $1.0,, Mr bushel. A Woodburu acres of the Kimi. k bomestend tract to . ri r is the purchaser. The spuds go to 1 Joseph Ryan tor etty prwper.j :". California. very soon after trndeil the Ryan prop- These fine days the farmers are de- erty to F. A. Pook. ill w hich the con-! voting to plowing. jsideration was an Overland ear and; Doctor Tufts and his fellow propo I cash. The Ryan mparts was former-1 nents for the seven day rest bill seem !. . .1 . .... 1 1 ...,n....t! null i IB I in Tliiul.- tho ikOol.l.. nf t IrPDIin do lint o j )V OWUCU ov 1 .-...-""- 1 ........ -v f j - - . - - r. rsuiKtav I ' , t ,1 Armorv hall. know when to rest nor how much they ' . .... . .1 1. . C.J ! .....1 VV 1. .t. . iiim .taiit.iHMS th..... The new chapel 01 tue v iiurcn u. u. . ... nun-i " ..,..... nH,,.ll(lv bulll at Woodburn two blocks preachers to tell us all about it. We west of the deiwt at Third and Grant arc tohl we need rest for our health, streets will be dedicated Sunday. 1 Certainly. Most of us need it every 24 ,. , "' 11 ..11 r..wir 11 m Evan- hours. A week is most too long. It is reoruurv r- - ... Ailt ,,,,h . , i ..... i ...j ..,...: tie '-erv ice. -o. ...11 i. ...... i in. the 1 !-' "... j ; ,h,. I Whv don't these good, meddlesome A imsKe mm. .v of custodians of our physical well being, bnwfuent. The sc..) ng r. ( bjM orkrin wl(,n to Mt the new building is o. ..... , when t0 g0 to vvn 11 ce.iie... i,,, and when to get up. Last Sunday evenii.o th. K. M x. MeSal, an( M Robinson of lodge Arion No. 57, attended I Yeomati have traded horses. Both so at the Congregational church on mV , ,. ar gnite(. , (,ot j ...,... ,.f the nastor. P. I . Butler, and I ...... ... ,...',... .,, ..., . noiice .vie uns 1110 iicu .... ..--, ..i...... oractically every ineinber was mere, a . with ,,ipntv 0 s.moe be. special musical feature was the soprano ,ne l!orse-s heeds and the splash sol,, bv Miss Eva Ku-lunonii. iuis iloar(, the first time Miss Richmond has lav-j y orcil a Hubbard audience. Miss Rich- tr(1.s wjtn tn,, exception of the peach iiiond oossesses a soprano ot Uigi ( , u.os jn(. t0o early yet tor them Now is the time to prune your fruit quality, of wide range unit oonguioi. bearers. ine sermon 1 10111 tue her th.. O S I" -. 1.. .... A. drv houses. I I, ..I of 11I subiect. "A MeSHUg to.A ... o... ... .......... - r " a c. , m 1 B ,.. m.X hi, usual visit to .Mountuins." text troni Exodus V Auburn yesterday. L employment to quite a number. Every one should interest themselves to see that Mr. Fugh is furnished with a suf ficient amount of berries this season to make the venture a profitable one. This community is in need of a cannery to take care of the surplus lierries. We are gald that Mr. Pugh is enterprising enough to set .the pace and start an industry that will prove a great bless ing to the people. The Domestic Science girls tooi a practical examination in cooking Tues Oscar Elburn Sims, and Warren Hicks Buck, Elbcrton Sims. Boyd Yergen, Guv (). Davis is at the home of his Dewey Bitney, Lee Sims. Leslie Thomp- father. W. H. Davis. He returned home son, iX'witt Bigelow. Asa Foote Floyd from Stockton, Cat., upon receiving Eice. news hh) father was in poor health. Miss Gladys Graham, of Elliot Prairie. : Glen Loomis, of Silvcrtou, was in is visiting at the home of her cousin, town Sunday. Mrs. Ivan Byers. I Miss Etta" McGuire is visiting friends George Stoddard, of Mt Angel, at- ::ud relatives in Portland. tended the dance given in the Forest-! Mr. Oscar Olson, of Willamette uni- crs' hall Saturday night. j versify, spent the week-end with his pa- Mr. and Mrs. Jphn Tryou. of Eugene, rents. spent the week-end with Mrs. O. F. Has- Miss Crescentia Glatt, who is attend- kel'- , , j -ng school at Mt. Angel, spent the week- Henry Miller ha returned from his eud at her home. three weeks' trip through California. j Miss ('race Malo. of Gcrvais, has ent Miss I va Feller ami Mis Velma Bents ered hied school hern day and judging from the good things; "Pn.t ,0 Salem Thursday evening. The high school chorus, under the di- that were made the girls have leamedi Ma"v ot ,,u' ,Hb school .students ex- rection of .Miss Daisy Mulkey, will give their lessons well Staytoo News Items pect to attend the basketball gam,- at an operetta soon. "The Captain of v ...... .. .,, , mj;,,, uvinri-ii mc 1 ly moutn, oeing the one selected. I vwm inere hjiu yt . n. rs. Mrs. Fred Bents and Mrs Alary Gil l jbertson, of Fargo, w ere Woodburn visit I ors last week. I .... .. rf . . n . . . ..... -viiss vauessa v nism, or roruand, j (Capital Journal Special Service) NlWni t . .' ,1,.' vicitin.r . r- . I a ts 1 ' Castle entertained the senior class of re'arivVs iu Woodburn w-ir. i I . T. . . , , reanvcs iu vvooutiurn. wit.' 0: .luuetion Citv were here the Woodburn high school Saturday even-1 Miss Jessie Hicks entertained a few other dnv- visit;-. , n-i... ing. Rook was played. Doyle Johnson I of her friends Saturday evening in hon-;itors recentlv moved to Junction where and Ida Hendricks receiving high hon-lor of her cousin, Wallace Riches. ol'iMr. Fryer is owner of a drug store. Woodburn News (Capital Journal Special Service. 1 Woodburn, Ore.. Feb. li. Miss I.ila! was the merriment when j Turner. The evening was spent with They like their new home. scuuiigcn- i.uueneon . earos, and music. A aelicious lunch- .Mrs. Smith of Portland formeilv of . is visiting her parents. Mr. present were 1 and Mrs. E. M. Olmsted. TU . . 1 . . 1 uc pan-in -leacners mectin'' at tne nosicss assisted Dy eon was served bv the hostess' mother. Stavfon. is visitino- h... ors. Great valentines was served bv the her mother, Mrs. Castle. The guests . Mrs. Rov Hicks. Tho wire: Smioi uitendent and Mrs. J. H. the Misses Olive Haskell. Millie Rr.m Collins, Prof, an Mrs. W. J. Mishler.j gan, Xaomi Hicks. Ruth Austin, Ida Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Settlemicr ami the Hendricks, Esther Dou.l. Iza Brovles. (Continued on page three.) THREE SHIPS AFFECTED BY WAR ORDER; HOW GERMANY WANTS THEM MARKED John E. Miller is trimming ttf P. Coulson s on hsrd. Mrs. Thompson .of the legislature is a bright woman. She holds her own with the "mere men" of whom the as-......hlt- ic ..ill. thiu MTcentinti cfimnnsed. Avi- WUM0S a tend... u ..... ,.,( Mvs. chas. Ken I A lady correspondent of the Capital iMH M At. iai.ee t last ev. inii;. .the hWD i. Hatlockcr. Journal states there is a "bad place " A. J. Matins made a business trip r in ' f " . . a. C. I below for the t.robibitionists. However. 11 II' , ' r . 1 . . . 1 11 hits I . imi -imi"" ' ' 1 . ... " nl g Ion w7; an Auburn Mr. Ilarlocker and Mr. Claude Moo C tt, ura we,., bovhood ,ru,,1: mll ' ... .. . 1 ... M....1.. i.i.;. ; i..... i.i .most the oast week. Inost I .en. Sutter cuiiea 011 ii.ii..- ................ .- - . , Tl.urs.lav evening. 1J",''l 1 'i'. Ut. and Mrs. Young of Madcsy vveie: ff ,1U," . . .',, I'.i 'unbv I e a Jew. a Seventh Day Adventtst led at the fruitland .Nursery twin-1 rsyors, r.....-. ,. , : 1 f a Seventh Day Baptist. the I ruteii.ieu. .wen 1...... ... . . ,.,.,,,.,.,;,, 0f inxv is proper in ns Kauftmaii. Gladys 7"'. directions, but a campaign of . MSHWrs Hugh nilocker. Haloid Moti I iSsS to th. ,. Guv -Weaver. 1 r-ule oltei . H ri gnrette bill. It mav be remnrkedi lev Uiniick. Harry and Leo tieniieii. I nv mv oU or yolmaj Mr. and Mrs. i ll nude r UhuuU wish uaist tubjccirin an f""" and Mrs. H. W. Gable and daughter L mvsUlv. l, Chas. Ivinzer. l.eucio.o. true that may be, it Is true tney nave raised some of it up here in the . amps of the antis. pleasant evening i - enm' it tue nuisme. Christen. Marie wish to keep Sunday he can pretend lay and talked over old tim Mathis family after whic M tended the Auburn churc H Rosedale News Lucih M.s, M:.ri..rv Alexander, who giadu llted Friila.v eve fro the Salem high lelieslini.'iits w. s.hool, left Sat ui. lay to lake up won. at O. A. C. . T Grower and I'mnilv of Salem visit . cd at the W. Ki CrOWf home Thursday; and Mdar. The c. hi ssveiaj at Boy Bales Thuts dnv eve was well attended and all had I time. .MUs lleruice I arr ' for the nest six -Enterprise. Scotts Mills Items time. presi a goo. el. i te moniii. , . Mrs Emms smith of luinnby visit ed hoi sister, Mrs. It. Bates last Sun A brothel of L. Hopkins has been vis it in-' hini faf several days. Mrs. lam Noedhntn has been on the sick list but i able to be out Hguin. A beaut it ul afternoon brought out n . i. ...I. W...I llge t'rd I IV V IJI.ies .- aesdliv niot things sin quje we... mt so. i v to lose them from our coinmu til:.... T nut u Cole stient i Capital Journal Special Serv-i.el S.otts Mills. Feb. lt.--We are hav .ng spring weather now. A chinook wind took almost nil the snow off in n uight. The small bov that coasted until late bed time could scarcely un.iersin ... , where the snow had gone to when he I woke up the next morning. j Dnlla Oliver Sanders is quite sick; Or. of the Hume was wilii him almost all Sunday i mercinl night. The Dr. now thinks !' will . ovei . Henry Dale is si Mr. and Mrs. J and set off. The wonder is that they got away so that they were not torn I in pieces. This affair should afford; some work for our city marshal. Emmerson Hammers are moving ' their household goods from Molalla to his rnnch south of town, where they expect to ake their home. DALLAS PLANS CREAMERY AND CHEESE FACTORY Ore.. Feb. 8. At a meeting lirectors of the Dallas Com-1 club on Saturday with a! loininittee from a prosiveetive cream-1 I ery concern headed by Teter Kurre, With the grippe- John Palmer and J- L Murdock. of . Taylor in com- Monmouth, the directors promised to i.-nii.-d bv W. S. Tuvlor and wife. BIO-1 am tored to' Snlein Sunda- evening, re ",;R in Sa THE PEKSIVE ONE. Nun's gray cloth is cut with n plain, full skirt and n yokel waist to give 1st girlish gown. .Since gray and blue are a fnvotite winter combination we here have a slit belt of blue velvet ribbon and u blue satin roll collar to mutch' the urat tittle tie. Sunday with her Portland. Mrs. C, A. Bel sons s ent Satui Mrs. It. . Stroud. Wilfr.-d Croi to fall and bres school Monday. Superv isor ohu father and sister tn and two mother, tire a locution and assist in tne signing up ot a aumnent mminer ot nun to insure cream for the concern throughout the entin? year. The new creamerv will be headed by Peter Kur- j I re, a veteran creamery operator of Mon- Mr Fike. school snpervisor. is "'mouth. Must of the stock has been sub- itovvu this evening tin.i win osn o seriited and the liaesers arc rea.iv to go t i .... Tuesdav evening. Miil. km thev at tended BV. Huth 'l MNt ings held at HigMand and also visited the legislature - ': Vt'iSY' L" - - - i i SSt : JRMERICHN SHIPS REFECTED Br 2BMRH OECBEE. - ST. LOUIS, riNLmmi (uppers), and phi i Delphi a (toweie) FlHLBND PfllNTCD TO SHOW HOW jj GEgMflN GOVE&N IH8NT W1HT9 schools. to work on the buildiugs as r hi 1. R. Hammer of West Stnyton was ! ilM,ntion 80curel. W. L. Smith visited the school Tuesday, also one member of the board. T. Trick and .Mis. inch anu Mrs Gntton. Miss Hose Morgali is driving baek and forth to high school this setuesteT. ack aud Flora Turnbull also bo baek niul forth in their new ForJ. Tilt- ellCC-sO ttl T iitiiiK h" father and mother and oa-j which will ho run in connection while art. r reimti s here last Sunday. creamerv will be in eharge of i Levi Hummer is still ou the sick list i maker, IL M. Bieber but some better. fnrmerlv worked in the cheese factories The residents of Scotts Mills vvereof Tillamook countv and who won first awakened by what some thought must lfrxt on cheese si the International Seen as a .". mo. ssv. ..us tin- mnii e ......itvo imi oui mt w""' no rtmen t ttin t .., . ..... . . ..... i;... ..1.1,;.,: . ...:t . X I . . .. . . ... "-.r iiicrory " .o eim. u u noui -c nder the flag of the tinted States names, nationslitv nn.l sK. wnn rm ""V1 , T C a"r,'lMI ssu carry ing man under contract with j States Hag prominently ... ... ...... 1 .10 slll.-e Feb 1. when the now ftr. a -o-. n t. j .. .. . . . s 1 ... i m ------ -7 me i unci i.iics woilio oc reaov T.l.rneir ...los .to. . I iim : ...i t...l a. ..,:.. i.tir.Aii Ii ockn.le tiCLOin n.l the ti.t l :i t- . . . . . 1 . ... . . .e.ii, ..uoi --w . ...... - :ii iu,ou on reo. o. v e ooinied our inciudim? n s be on eanhumike ?SlHd:iv night, but upon investigation it was found to be nn explosiou of dynamite which some boys had stolen from Charlts Woollen nud takeu it down uear Butte creek Dairy show last vear. It is the inteu lion of the new corporation to have the plant in operation by May 1. Journal Want ads wilt sell it. I American line seamship Philadelphia, ! under the I'nited States flag, on her I way from New York to Liverpool, was .then about r,20d miles from Liverpool 'and that she carried passengers, mail land cargo under the same conditions. ! Wc noted also thnt the American Una j steamship Finland, under the tlag of i the Baited States, was due at Liver I tool about Feb. 3 or 4. "We asked the state department, in consideration of the latest German note, to advise us quickly is we should send instructions to the ships then at sea and if we should dispatch the St. j..uu.s iu i.i . c. i-.c.ui on me tegular rouiB iand schedule as heretofore. - "We also pointed out that Falmouth, ! mentioned in the German note as the i port of destination fur American pas senger steamships, does not have ade quate facilities for coaling or handling cargo and is absolutely impractical aa a terminus for a line of steamships. rnrttrer, we reminded the state de- have their I'nited painted on night, pectal illumination ot the tost the new .ennaii war hazards. Her that she would carry first, second and ! Fnited States flag over the stern, whic sjiilin.. .lute lis. I li...it t.v.I f... I- ul. .I. , t . . -.., ...I . . . . . ' - mini ciass pnsscngcrs as wen as mail 'is kept tlving at night." .. but the sailing was iKistpoued. About ! and cargo and w:us iUsrcd with thei Picture of Finland reproduced hero 110 passengers, half of them American ar risk bureau of the government, with is printed to show how an Amcri c.tizeiis, engaged l'assnge. P. A. 8. which means that she would carry no can vessel would look if she complied r raukl):.. president of the luternation- absolute contmbrand as defined y the with the German direction to paint ver .1 Mercantile Marine, which owns the j latest German lists. Hele red and white stripes on her side American line, said: ..Wc a,ro ,Iej to the attentiotl af and flr a checkered flag from each In our message to the state depart , the state department the fact that the, mast.