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UORNIKQ ENTERPMOE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1911.
HERE AND THERE.
It. Leaky te W..r Jeea ".Buler
Colore of the Winter.
A beautiful pleca of Jad. la nppla
Tim, bau aud crystalline, almoat
a kandwiine as no emerald and often
ranging frum white to dark green
and combining beautifully wit din
mond.. Just now tbe light !ade are
etylLbl select, never thenp oud brlng
giM luck to tbe w.nrer.
Nift of all tbe fringes of tbe sea
sou I the rbenllle variety, tbe kind
tbat waa uaed a Uiantlee and cloaks
year, .go. Tbe crinkled allk fringe
banging from narrow allk bend bind
lag la new and pretty.
ItaUln, a dull purple bne. one of
tbe niuat favored Bliadee for autoron
and waa particularly effective la two
lre ault rerently exhibited. , Tbe
siaehru afcifl waa iToimniiri
b two rowa of medium ailed wblte
pearl bottona, similar doratloii sp
pesrlug on the berk and ruff of tbe
Ac Tragedy of the
By F. A. Mil CI (EL
rihl by American
Men's Gloves, Men's Shirts, Men's
tic ond hose combination sets, Men's
hankercalefs in gift boxes, Men's
fancy suspenders for Xmos, ond
numerous suitable gifts for men.
rr the arteet an coovlcuow
uf person or pereoee. wha
-u.tuiir remote copies of Tha
le-alaf KBta'JTtae (tm tee
mim of subscribe, after
bum kM bn placed Ik ere kf
H.e TrMwn Waa.
Os Mllng Blda., Portland,
phone Main Ittl.
Ma. do yoo ke m mO'"b
tare wrre marrirdT
"Ok. Be li tuKe.""
Hee ronM )hi lute me an) moref
-m kw taw h I bet lteted I11
ed fur refreahnienta. wamiwra auu
tbelr frlenda are intuea
A mixtlna of tbe Wlllamrf.e laila
( ami. No. 1H. W. w. win oe pr.
Krl.U eoln. Iemoer
o'rkM k for tbe purp 01
randldatea and rerelln application
and linpedlallr after tbe meruna iu.
iw-cree C'arap fill Oc.ia a aewnm.
MlaaUmary tK-rlfty of M E. cburrn
rill He baiaar and ltry aale all
day rTt-lay In lreo buiiflinn.
aud Center aUeeta.
VU tor Oaull. who Injured bia Knee
bout ttar yeara a(o b-P T
fmMb.ll. and wbo receitea "J-'
of bia knee tw oaya -
..- M.fl a rir ai tjiu'v.
' -m a Ma room and It "
ru,.:r.-i." t-tur. b. bi.
to be out-
rvea, of Aurora, waa In t hi a
Uy. realaterlm t the EK'C-
t lUrtach, of Bandy. wM In tbla
Mr Moaler. of CUrkee, waa to thla
M. V. TUomaA. of Hull Run. M In
UK city Wedneaday.
Nt Krout. 10 centa a quart, ftt
CwUve Brbuobel. of Bbubel, BB
UU rlty Tueaday.
rre4 lUntano. of Ht Taul Minn ,
k Ihla city on bualneae.
rH Bpanaler. of Tarua. w n
kit city on bualneea Tueaday.
A B. H'xklna. of MoUIIb, waa in
Uli dty on bualneaa Tueaday.
Rol-rt Dullard and family, of El-
ttnia, were In thla city Tueaday.
Mr. and Mra. Dan Oratea. of llal-
k aa In thla city Wednesday.
W H. Ilarrta. of roreat. ;).
thla rlu Tueaday on bualneaa.
Cbolc Riiltienbera autl l-60 a
at Brrley t. . ,
Mr. and Mra. rerrla Mkyflold. ot
HWtland, re In thl city Tuoaday.
K T. and W. I. Dibble, of Molalla.
mont theOreiton City ,,or
Mr. and Mrs. Kline. wr In
Mr. and Mr. Arthur BwtM. of
t'llon Ulll .r. In thla City TueB-
Thri.e parkaxea Corn FlBkea, 25
wnw, at 8ley'B.
Mr mn, Mr. II W. CreBBon
Viola. w,.r i this city on buBln
0. JC. Knle, one Of th prominent
''nnara of Molalla. n In tbla cuy
Mi bualneaa Tueaday.
lr fancy boiled hem. SS
l, allced on our ptnt Ucint
thlna, at Heeley'B.
Wini. rv.-ii- nvr Creek,
of the prominent farmert of inn
HMe, waa In thla city TuW-
Mr. . ..ll.n Of WIH'
a. who apent the pat two rnonth
California, baa returned to Orr
Mr., nyron, formerly Mlaa Onrtrud
?Mhor, of this city, but now of Po
w in loia on
' -r. j()hn McCrBckBn. of
In thla city Tueaday ni.7T
4y vUltln. Mlaa rUtl IUrcUX
Mra W H Pratt.
u. ..j u ur&rer. Mr
fi r onriland. wno
In thl. city W.dn..dT. J
"a tiara to Bttena me h
? Z. T. Wood. wWch ' n
tkla city Wedneaday. . .
Ta. united Artl.n. will hold U
"NWar meetln. In WUUmetw n-.
Br M QUAD
Cpvtm. int. kf A "
. . .. b I... I ImU
w. ...a n ..r M 11 .r-r
founded 6.. wbru tbe inhabit-
ant. br,. ' " rbU"
Tu.o It took three more of bard
..kin. Ill (ft UP a
in. rooi. i -
.K..rt mt the rooi
oeltber aptre IHr oeury. -
Jre well aatl.ned with tbluif a. iby
IZZ til. II. prdd.erdn.re Into .be
W.l-r . dlaerlidon.
of frtah tioolaed aod
Wlffall. wbi. bad JU.t rot oter tbe
tueaalea aod waa frellnc happy, be
recited poem aod fare Chrtatopber
Coluuiboa certificate of character
Tben tbe meetlor waited for tbe
peddler to abow op. and while It
waited Fearoaosbt I1lrtrn fot op
and etarted U euloclie Oeonte Waah
InKtoo. H had been aortluf oer ph
tatoee tbat day and bad K IbloKB
I mixed. He aald Waeblnaion n
! bad rooe down In bl.tory toetber
and tbat tbe Father of Ilia Country
'and Captain Kldd would oerer be
forgotten while tbe oree oi i
continued to bum Jot about tbat
ti.... f i.h ttllllni:a came aauutenn- in
It bad been wblcpered around idbi
waa tbe ooly man In Bwan creea wo
h.rfot couie ltb a ituew. um
bad dared ro a.k htm. A. aoou
Iearon lloainer caobt algbt of hlia
I rre tbat Mr. Billing naa ju
entered tbe ball. May I a o.u
.Tt oa aotue Information on i.
f rhnrrh twill r
. b . ri m w i n... .
UU . .
io bur a tell for me n.-.
Int bour. but I dont ondrmtand wtr
,lne to bang It. Will H Nt n
. t-m i.r a iMiei r i"lr"
or telfry. "by aiaui " ' "
. . . i ,kib e.r iniir
.a. i..k. kei-JaWI nH)lIV IU1U- v
H" ' t.-ae. -,.,t al
1 r. " M
n a,ai-ai in rhoru.
UUkvaru ' . Mae
vi....n i waa
' . i .... w .n t
. i ,tn. or you wouiu u
. .. , . ,her tbtnga. Ifa no nae to get
ret a belfry.'
......h.n. it., tlu tiddler can help ua
. - ,i ma one. and tbere
!L .k...... nf Trddlrr.. peddler
the ban ab b. did not
.7" . re.none I.-con Uoamer
lalMU wa- -
. . a wu I,. n.l and untu:
"t"..: M r Billing- wl.l be kind
ten arro-a to tbe paim '-v
the pedaler over."
!t wouldn't be
Th. with b grin.
amartly cnt coat, rwukb waa a trifle
looser tbao the inodela of the pa
Tbe aklrt with penela at tbe bark
and front la an eetabllabed raronte.
Tbla one can be treated in aeteral
waya with a double boi plait pant
rounded or e)uare at tbe bottom.
Tbla alar Mantoai peturn la cut In atiaa
from B to bd Inchea walt meaaure. Bna
M eeata to Ible ofltoe. lln jiumbw, 716.
aod It will be promptly forwarded to you
by mall. If haate ema an aaamon.i
two cent nimp for ltr po.t. which
In.urM wore prompt ll.ry. '-r-tng
UM thla coupon.
Ceienlel tffeota en evening uowna r.
the Lataat Fancy.
Tbe colonial Idea la much In erldem-e
on tbe new evening gowna. iun
probably due to trogue for brocaoe i
all Ita forma, aa many quaint tatteru
In brocading are to be founo among
the coloulal coaturore and urnlahlnB.
One gown aern recently tuai u u
Unctly colonial In type la of Ivory Bat
tel brocaded In a peculiar dealgn of lit
tle baaketa of flowera In color. It la
la Burpllce etyle with trlmmlnge of
aknnk aod beada.
Tbe blouae that U maae m pe
rtyle and rloard at the aide U decided
a. It A
anT ne. rein
-He left town half
. . , 1 . nit of n I-
. hour ago. no u"u "
,een mile, an hour on him
.. ..r the tirlilgrr
-7; . were .numbed for thirty
. ,, iirilk looee with a
I)econ Bparrow and othera ana .
r.mn too h. T';;
Jti IU. .",.. h. .h .n1 le
a,, off awear worda aa tbe eur.a 01
a. a.Kt Bl IBBVII VU
other men. w.ot.
Church juat a. muco - -
. hat on bia beaa. " " .
pel Jou nilgbtM well Put your preach-
r , a ...b.e to v d ihm
Th. peddl- went bU way na
w.. talk .nd talk. After thr
lack. ami m-" --
LraleJ tbe Sit. -
peddler to .how ofl
-U ran be done . a -My .
tine. I'm oii '
couplt of week.
....i.lnMl. - anu i
Tal . . i. - m.
'UP and ill ae. you through."
?r;1'.nA,a" to V't i
r - . .,. I, no one ri
po, . lot of wan- -KTerJhod
.bou.d know ,d th
" . .. to Buraa,
.hould pay w , M number
tio came --
l!LlM ftM tht
"Mak time a an
a aauilal 1 IU
OU..U - ,hmrB.
lay OP her f,,r '
hit. I naini u-7
yell and legan
thumping one another.
.k.,ld eat hla half dollar ...
.....m .o for a
re,, of the mo. rj olT a
Twoor throf bj.decn m .
nttl. thinking t- - th
lottary. but -.n-r. B flo..
thing w...r- ,Mre4 a
"B,r- ni.nked down $2 and
,., man. pl.nk-d " ,,, wM
corded four " a0J four day.
.rted rolUnR. I"-" ofbBd paid for
.-,ry m.n l Swan Cr B P ,
at leaat one "7"' " for flT mllM
wt.k poat of the far T, .
.round had r.ngn. . well
d,.r b.d charge ' there
tb. bean., and .very fflr t0
Ulk tba thing "r M wer. no mora
After two week, were
e-M. fJaVh. money aod
wa. .rraniad to counr op
ttrned ont to 4(jB .
Bcan-r took c barf wttn ,
tiy know wb'' ' or ,be BlnHni
prth of JuU ,,n,0"n,rn, fmm -Ua.
, bymn. but wn
a i. a ..a. annia ni I ur iu aw.
ana u t'. - - mk,BafA
ttt rid of their di.c r,r-
twacon tinnier loal three front
..I- k n wniikfri.
a aU mOHt OI UI" "
a. nisrtm b.d hi. no..
ana rr.ru.-. - - - hlt.
knocked out or piurou .u
ten Night cloaed down on Been, of
car'nag. nd tb. a 00 ' p(5
carnage. ... . k h. town
fioro. were aimpie
tbat tbe peddler m.gb -i- "
m Rwan anu lu'1' ' .
ZJZrZ But b, never gladdenad
them by hla preaence.
Cncl. J.ck.n (.bowing city hoy th.
f.rm,-W..h all your
- fit warrant yon don t know
'h.nh aa. Too milk th. cow fromr
wblcb .id. you dr
Th. noy-8ure. I do! " u"
Parliamentary manner. on..h .
vt.ltor to o.Ogl.u
Tb , com. into tb. bona..- he wrote.
tU .nd .pur It t. i(retcb.
common i -k.. wbll.
1 waa Bitting oil tbe verauda of a ho
tel lu Meilco when I aaw a young
M.ilcao aod a girl pea. in In eu o
otber'. comp.oy. Bbe waa talking rap
idly to blm, evidently trying to lr
Buade blm to do or not to do aonir
thing. Suddenly 1 beard a era. k. aod
tbe young fellow fell d-ad. Ue bud
been .not by a man Blending oo tb
other aide of tbe atreet.
Tb. girl waa wild with grief and
horror at thu. aeelog one I believed to
be ber lover abot down lienlde ber.
Bbe fell upon tbe body .nd t .lled wild
ly for hlni to come back to ber. A lit
tle knot of people collerted. aod pres
ently 1 aaw tbein bear tbe body away,
tbe girl following, aupported by a wo
man, donbtleea ber mother. Tbe party
dlaappeered In a boune a abort die
ts nee op tbe atreet.
I'raMillr a man t-Bme out of ibe
houae Into which tbe body waa larrlrd.
and. paaalug me. I a.ked him in a
mlituro of BpanUb and EtiglUb to tell
me what cauaed tbe affair.
-Nothing, aenor. e.cept tbat tbe mur
dared m.n to a .opiorter of tbe Irta
governmeoL We .re nil In.uwtoa
Wltb thla brief euromary of the atory
be p.aeed on. I learned from another,
however, tbat tbe murderer and l be
murdered man both wanted tbe me
1 bad caught gllmpae of tbe mur
derer. 1 did not are blm Ore tbe b.i.
but aaw him walking away a moineut
later. lie was a villainous looking
man In Meitcan coat u me aod wltb a
Bwagger. I bbw blm paw neveral
times durlDg tbe day and did not ere
In bis face or In hla manner tbe alight-
eat compunction for what be baa aooe.
On tbe contrary, be neemed to be proud
of hla deed. '
Tbe eerood act of tbe drams) waa
more aatonlablng atllU I aaw tb mur
derer go to tbe boune where tbe l-wiy
of bia victim had been taken and
knock at tbe door. Tbe Bommooa waa
aoawered by tbe woman wbo bad aup
tmrted tbe rlrl after tbe mtrrdrr. Tbe
villain said something to ber. and aba
disappeared. Tbe man waited some
time en the atep. and at lat tbe girt
wboae lover be had abot came to ibe
door. He talked to ber for quite
awhile, after which abe went ba.-fc
Into the bonne, and the man came on
down'tb. atreet. lie bad lot eome of
hla awagger. and bl. face wore a e
rloua look. He disappeared In a a
loon In the neit block where pulque
Tb.t evening .fter supper I lighted
a cl.r and strolled lieyond the out
skirts af tbe town. 1 waa o tba
plateau where tbe climate la temper
ate, and the air waa very pieaaam. a
full moon waa rtxlng aa tbe aun waa
aettlng. Hearing voice, behind me. I
turned and met wltb another aurprtoe.
Tbe murderer and the girl wboae lorer
he had murdered were rtimlng toward
me. He wa. dolnc the talking, while
Bbe walked In ellence.
TbeKe are a etranue .eople." I aald
to myself. "The villain, having mur
dered hla rival.' la punuindlng the girl
to be reconciled to blm aud take mm
Tbey pnaeed me on the other aide of
th road without appearing to notlca
me. too abrbed In tbelr own grew-
aome affair to thlok of any one be
If self prewervatlon. aa baa been
aald. la the Brat law of nature curlol
ty U certainly the second. Indeed,
there are inatancea where' curiosity
ha. been preeminent I w-bb Interest
ed In thla affair, and lnatead of turn
ing away from tbe path tbe ronpl.
were taking I strolled on behind tbem.
keeping tbem In eight. But presently
the road where they wera walking
made a turn, and 1 lost tbem,
atopped and. leaning against
fence, looked at the broad face of the
moon rising oxer the dlatant extinct
volcano litaocfhwatl or the -White
Woman." from It. resemblance to a
woman tying dead robed In a shroud
of mow, my thoughts divided between
th. rirama of the day and tbe moun
tains or-many agea. Realizing that I
' Wa have the flnewt Una af Ladle anal CMHeoWs h
ever ahoww In Oregon CKy. Wo. are geMy ta Boll theae at
to get acquainted. -
$4.00 Shoes at
$3.50 Shoes at
vAs a further inducement we will give
FREE with every pair of Ladies
shoes one pair of 'Baby's shoes.
Merrill & Cave
Comer 9th and Main Sts.
01.00 ; ;l
L ' -
Edna and Allen Hutehlaaoa are 111
Bernle Davenport waa In Portland
Monday, buy'ng hi. holiday goods. He
has a fine dlaplay of Jewelry and
other Christmas presents.
W. F. Bcbuller. of the Big De
partment store, waa in Portland Tuea
day, buying Cbriatmaa goods. -
F. A. Rosenkrati and El C. Carlton
were in Canby Tueaday.
J. C. Irish, of MoUao, had a narrow
escape frwsi death when freight train
No. 2828 struck hla hack while he
wa. crossing tbe track at Canby one
day last week. The hack waa com
pletely demolished. Tbe horses ran
Mrs. Gibson and Mrs. Bowers, of
I .one Elder, were shopping in Canby
Peter Horn I g la drilling a well for
Mra. Mary Hougham. Mrs. Hougham
menus puiuug a j
. Carl Lucke will ahlp two carloads
of hogs from Canby Wednesday. Mr.
Lucke pay. the highest market price
for hogs, seven centa live weight - -
George Meeka haa sold hla Interest
In tbe barber ahop to Claude Baly. .
. Canby la to have another butcher
ship. Carl Kocher will be the pro
prietor. - ...
Andrew Kocher has sold hla Imple
ment store to J. J. Sandnesa, John
Fad and George Meeks. '
Mr. Kocher. wbo haa been In the
hardware business for several yeara,
Robert Vorphal haa sold hla large
farm east of Canby: conalderatlon
$19,000. The deal was made through
Combe ft Wheeler, real estate dealers.
Preaching at tbe Christian ennren
Mra M. T. Mack and children were
Sunday callers at the L. EL Bower's
home, of Lone Elder. '
Mra. Llnle Vorphal , la having a
foundation put under her houae.
shingling the roof and otherwise im
proving her property. Oscar Sanne.
and Joseph Beattte are doln the
- Chrlstmaa exercises and a Cnrlet
maa tree at the Christian church
Mrs. 'John Graham and daughter,
Nina, have returned home from Mo
Mlnvllle. Miss Nina la very mucn iui-
nmvH In hnalth.
The drill that Mr. Hornlg was ualnx
In a well for Mra. Hougham got out
at wnrkine order and had to be aent
to Wood burn for repairs. I wljl be
several day. before work can be re
The Home Mis
will give a ba
zaar all day Fri
day in the Green,
corner 7 th and
week-end with her alater-ln law, Mra.
Robinette and son James.
W. H Moore received word that hat.
wife waa sick In California, where,
she went for her heaJUi A few wweka
ago. Mra. Moore will return aaxnev
aa soon aa abe la able to travel.
Theodore Worthlngton, Fraak Law
ton and Mr. and Mra. Elmer Worth-'
lngton returned home Saturday ve
ning from Brooknela. wasn , wow.
they have hauled 800 cord. Of woo4
to the rlyrr ior tne rvwu-umi.
Pulp and Paper Company, v. rn a
the crew had been gone four month,
and enjoyed the outing; aa well aa tho
work. - '
OAK GROVE. '
Mr Piirner and son went to Salem
nn huslnea Friday, returning home
triteht ret into trouble by being too oo- s.turJay morning.
nf other neoDle'B affairs. I waa Mr. M. A. Price
.7 . . Y BARLOW.. -Twentieth
Antnta; Orange held IU,
regular meeting Saturday night OI-a
fleers were elected tar the en Ml
Mr. Bergnso. received taw nw
the death f hla fltaw, WW B
waa living in Portland wttk Mr.NBer.
Mr. Melrin and Mr. Jeeae' Wmt
rmma Cltr Friday to at
. nlr meetlne.
. ... X. I
lira. Ada. Anarua leu isi "
hurt her aide so badly ahe la hardly
able to get around. Mr. Melvta aaya
he la going to sell an oi w
so that Mra. Anarua win w '
nlng around after dark after them.
Grandma. Anao was -
attle last week to the bedaioe of her
daughter who la Very 111. She re
turned home Tueaaay eveawa-
The .teachers are rencau.i-e .
children for an ontensjiuDww.
U. 8. Armstronra ismuj -
new piano. , .
LOGAN. ' f -attended
of the Lower Columbia Fir ReMef
Association, held in uregon iw.
day- . . a ' yA
Frank Koni naa two un.-
crashed while working in
Mra. McMnrray. or- " wu-
from a visit in tne ksi,
by her aged P"..,. tt
...... r.f tnr November rrot. Je
thinking of going back when, turning
my eyes for a last glance to tne point
where the couple had disappeared. I
aaw tbe girl coming alone, one was
walking vary fast aeeralngly flitting
innr like a spirit. I stood Derf"0"
sUlL She passed ma. walking in the
Mra 1. E. Armstrong and mother,
Mrs Payne, were Portland .hopper.
rif'Toarhera' and Parents' Assocla
in of Poncord district want to
thank the people for their hearty co-
mlddl. of tbe road and so wrapt In her operation and them
wawT wrr oarawtai. anaaoiDBBi.
.mart this tear. Tb. moaei
.n .motlona 'thst she did not see me.
I will not attempt to find a wora to os
acrlbe the expression on ber fsce. I
never wish to ee such an expression
again, . - '
I did not need to go ew
what .he b.d done with, her cempan-
nar returning alone and that
look on her face aesured ma tbat Bbe ter.
. . . . i ....
k. k...a. held December 1.
Mural Balcom la able to be out after
a serious attack or grip.
M mm A Ka T ahnwitrh and son f-a-
mis. - ,
a m i.in Snndav evening ior
' .v.r,l months to Californl;
to visit relaUvea at Sandago and other
.... t n ataata and daughter, Eia-
nt Ore ion City, were v
JLa i. .mhroldered lo Bulgarian Btyle . . . k aw lft revenge for tbe
with wool threada in onem.i de-tD 0f her lover, i weui
juuiu hot. tDrw my rjeionging. im
my trunk, paid my bill, went to the
tttlon. where I waited twe hour, for
a train to take me out of the country.
I did not draw a free breath till I had
boarded It and waa moving away from
the town and the double trageay
.... urifnar rridsv and Saturaay
' ' . . . iv..
Mr.. Roblnette, or saiem. apeui
for butter fat for November
C. C. Ceamery. - ' ...
F. Hutchlna, one or lae
. a a .a. a at v t naVt
dairymen, waa in ""7"' " .
dairy meeting In Portland.
' . . . . .tiin. In a mn-
O D. Koooina is pu..B
- . wi. mMaim.
cre'e rounaauou w m .
Mr. Henry Hagemao
near Portland. ,
All wbo are looking for a good time
ret your basket and come to the en
feAalnment Saturday night and am lie
. onlet Fmlly- doea
Bl IUO " " J
things. Good music.
There waa a aoclal hop
hall Saturday night.
Clackamaa County Pomona Grange
moeU with Harding Orange Wednes
day, January 10. C. B. 8 pence who
attended the national aesalon of the
order Is expected to be present -o ad
dress the meeUng, also 8Ut Lecturer
H. A. narnall.
This May Vanton patten, la out In aUea
rJm 14 to 40 Inrh.a bust raiuiir o
Seebu l & omce. atv.n. number
ted It will b. promptly forward. o you
iy mall. If in h.at. -nd an
tio e.nt .tamp for tott.r poetaa which
In.ura. more prompt delivery. la oro.r
lac use thla eoupon. ,
out on on. . crel, ;
others sr. Bpesklng. wm
In sesaon. There o wi.be.
,0 i v.- -- r h. too nice .
Wh.t VlaMa Notaa Will D. J
i vMln oot. .y -"mar
i- Mintlnued. may
"'To' .tee or dla.ntegrst. .tone.
Swi iu their unseen., unbounded
a when thev come with rgu
SVrrcl'se .n Muenc. upon
larlty mey ron or atone. It
.tructure. of Klk. 1
,,0Wwn conTlnnou. plkyln tor
have been con , f mMOn-
VZZSi it w.
n..,a,ii maw to have
mot confidence In her hu-band-
-I have often noticed It I believe
wonld -ren eat moanroou .....
Columbna waa going borne to enalna.
"Tbe flrst Instance or toe reou
Am eric ar ha crled--New Tork Sua.
f nnnnml I could lev. It behind In
Mexico, but I hav. been disappointed.
t. t..nni. m. I dream of It. I wake
up In tbe middle of the night and the
cenea roll before m. a. if painted o.
the canvaa or a panorama. And that
poor girl! I constantly Buffering
The Last Straw.
Old Money (dying- I'm afraid Tv.
been a brute to you sometime, dear.
Toung Wlfe-Ob. never mind tbat
...-it iMi alwavs remember bow
very kind you were when you left
X ub-JSr ) r. coidr
Among the relics la the aadewt Oer
mantown Mennonlte chorch. In Oer
a..i..ii avenue, above Herman
Philadelphia, la a tombstone
-KL.h this sentence in insCTiowa
gee ad on
Treatment at Hot Lake. Including medical attention, board and
bathe, coat, no mora than you would pay to live at any first ciaaa
noteL Room, can be had from 75 cenU to U0 par day Mt.
Ia tbe cafeteria are served from 20 cenU up and In the grill at the
usual grill price Batha range from 50 cenU to 11.00.
We Do Cere Rheumatism
Hot Mke Mineral Batha
and mud given under scien
tific direction have cured
thousand.. Write for Mon
t rated booklet descriptive ef
Hot Lake Sanatorium and
the method, employed. Hot
f , V'J" 1
Lake Sanatorium la
elble aa It la located direct
ly on the main line of the
O.-W. B. A N. railway, and
SDecial excursion rales are
to be bad at all
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM
HOT LAKC. ORIQON.
WALTER M. PICRCC. Prcs.-lijr.
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