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THE OREGOX 8TATESMAH t SUNDAY. MAX . 1KO
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REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
The Story of a Honeymoon
A Wonderful Romance of Married Life Wonderfully Told by
what ma pgr thought arott
j while willi am trumbull
William Trumbull for It was he
whOH footsteps In the woodland had
so alarmed me stood twisting his
rap and bowing as I turned abruptly
toward himt He bad evidently tried
-very hard tp , make his pitifully
threadbare Clothing look respectable,
and his face wore an anxious look
even through the broad smife which
overspread it. At his heels was a
bull terrier who had once been
white and still showed a good strain
"DOWN ON THE
even through the general dinginess of
"Howd'ye, Mis' Gramle!" This
was William's salutation, and I was
so relieved to 'find his honest if rath
er repulsive face looking into mine.
instead of some unknown perhaps
dangerous person, that I put extra
warmth into my greeting of the poor
"How do you do. William?" I said
cordially. "I haven't seen you since
the day you helped us move. I hope
you've been well. Is this your dog?"
William is like a child in his de
light at any one noticing him or his
belongings. He gave a short low
whistle, and the dog jumped to him,
and put both paws upon his body.
looking up into his eyes anxiously.
"I guess you hain't never, seed
Pete, have you. Mis' Gramle?" he
asked. "Here, Pete, rool over for
"I Suppose So."
The dog looked up at his master
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as if in mute protest at having to do
a trick better fitted for a poodle
than a dignified bull terrier, but
William was Insistent, and Pete
rolled over obediently.
" Now shake hands." William com
But at this I Interposed, for I was
dressed for my journey to the city,
even to my gloves, and the dog was
Don't make him do that. Wil
liam." I said hastily. "Pete Is too
dignified a dog to do silly little
tricks. Is he your dog? Where have
you kept him?" I knew that If Wil
liam's attention was diverted for a
moment I was safe from his dem
onstrations of his dog'a trick ability.
Poor old William cannot manage but
one Idea at a time.
"Yes. Mis' Gramle, he's my dog.
the old fellow returned proudly.
"I've had him ever since he was a
puppy. Feller that was working ou
one of these big estates give him to
me. said his mother was a bench
dog. Rut I hain't had no place to
keep him reglar. This last winter
J the butcher let him stay back of his
I place, but he wasn't very good to
mm, usea 10 kick mm arouna, ana
Pete isn't used to that, be yoa.
The dog gave a short bark and
wagged his tail, his eyes fixed ador
ingly on William. Evidently to one
faithful canine soul, William Trum
bull, the derlict, was a hero.
"Jim. he told me he was goin to
war." This was William's next con
tribution to the conversation. He
tried to make the observation cas
ually, out there was an anxious ring
in his vciee, and I saw his
tenlng teeth in a protruding jaw
that looked capable or taking care of
any enemy, no matter how dangerous.
The thought croed my mind that.
associated with Lillian in the secret
service work as I was. with the pr--
babllity of having entrusted to me
many Important documents. It would
be a very good thing to have such
strength and faithfulness as that of
Pete and his master keeping guard
over this lonely home of mine.
(To be continued)
I LIVES IN
OUR REPAIR WORK
& MONTHS "
R. D. BARTON
BOA I Phone 1107 SALEM
Cottage and Chemeketa streets
Sunday school, 10 a. m., preaching.
11 a. m.. and 7:30 p. m. Keystone
league of Christian Endeavor, S:4S
p .m. Regular meeting Thursday eve
ning of each week. S. S. Mumey. pas
w. c. t. r.
Good Samaritan mission at W. C.
T. U. hall Sunday. S p. m. Preach
ing by Highland Friends minister.
Headquarters at Mrs. Ruckbee's
home, ISC North Front street.
Doom of the Ungodly. Will Men Ue
Tortured la a Rurnlng 1111 Through
out Eternity?" The evangellit
promises one of the most interesting
studies. The Imomrtal soul tbeorv
provides an immortal sinner, and to
provide for the immortal wanr a
burning hell or tormeoi nas ia
fashioned by man. Bishop Newton
says of a burning hell. "Imagine It
you may. but you can never aerlounlv
believe It. nor reconcile i '"
and aoodneiw." Come and bear th
Ltible on this great quenlon.
Chemawa Indians Win From
State Penitentiary Team
In the best game of baseball seen
In Salem this season, the Chemawa
Indian training school defeated the
Utn penitentiary Saturday by a
score of 6 to 4. Downey and Guar
tex or the Indians both made borne
The eor R. H. C
Chemawa vb cm cm
Chemawa . . . 100 1 Jl 000 S 9 1
Prison 000 034 001 4 C 2
Batteries Rattles and Jackson;
Steel and Tanner.
Summer Lake District
Asks Approval of Bonds
Percy A. Cupper, state engineer,
baa before blm for approval plan
and specifications for the Sominr
Ike Irrigation dutrlrt of Lake
rounty. wbK-h rover approdmatrly
K00 acres of land lying north of
Summer take and the development
cf which lll run )appPOtlratly
The project contemplate the eo-'
ftruction of an earth fill dam from
30 to to feet high for the parpol
of diverting water from Ana rlverrl
which Is composed of five large
rprtnrv Into the dkwtiibntlnr sys-
irae. and for -ike dvtleStM-,
Power with whleh t p,fc '
the high Uad c.aal.
If amor to e Mm
the vprtag as In ao etWr
They doa'l run Ihetaselves n
that way. hoevr. tl iT
mala la the systewi. Heod a
arllla remove them. ar4s rr .
ger. makes rood health tar
NAME "BAYER" ON
sighted eyes peering up at me. for
William, while possessing immense
strength. Is almost a dwarf in mat
ure. At once the meaning of his
seemingly casual encounter with me
flashed upon me. but I resolved to
let him introduce the subject him
"Yea. he's going oon," I replied
non-commlt tally as William paused,
evidently awaiting an answer.
"Well, now. Mis' Gramle, what yon
goin' to do for a man ' around the
place when Jim goes?"
"I hadn't thought about it. Wil
"But you can't get along here
without a man," he argued. "Mr.
Gramle. he can't take no care or a
place, and then hell be goin too.
most likely, won't he?"
Again the stab! Even this poor
old waif expected that Dicky would
soon Join the ranks or his country's
"I suppose so," I said faintly.
"Well, then." triumphantly.
"there's just no two ways about It.
you ought to have a man on the
premises. And me and Pete can
come just as well aa not. Pete, he's
an awful good watch dog, there cant
nobody atep foot nowhere on the
place when Pete's around but what
he hears 'em. An Just let me tell
you. Mis' Gramle. there hadn't no
body need ever try to monkey with
Pete. Just look at that jaw or his.
'punchin jay, the reller -hat gave
him to me said it was."
He pulled back the upper lip ot
the dog. and showed a row of glla-
Twelfth and Ferry streets. H. C.
Stover, minuter. Mother's day will
be observed with appropriate exer-
near-lcises in the morning and with music
and sermon In the evening. Sunday
school rt 10 a. m. Christian En
deavor at 7:15 p. m. Evening ser
vice at 8 p. m.
OwKr Street 3IethodbU KplNropaJ
Corner Thirteenth and Center
streets, G. S. Boeder, minister. Sun
day school 10 a. m. 11 a. m., preach
ing service. August O. Carl will
conduct the Epworth league meet
ing, at p. m.. followed tv
East State and Eighteenth streeta.
wge (voenier. pastor. Sunday
scnooi at 10 a. m. Preaching ser
vice at 10:30 a. m. Subject: The
efficacy of intercession. Lather
. P-J. 7 p' m- Evening service
i tiv p. m.
Seventh I)t ArfventUt
North Fifth street and Gainea ave
nue, tvangellat A. R. Bell, pastor,
aerace tonight 7:J0. Subject: "The
reUef wit boat fear, as toM la
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Then yoa are getting genalne Aspi
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Headache, Toothache. Earache, Neu
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Handy tin boxes -of twelve tablets
cost but a few cents. Druggtata also
sell larger "Bayer" packages. A
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Manufacture of Monoacttleaeldester
WHEN you get a set cf artlCcbl
teeth "there is lui one thinj
worth considering, ond that Is satis
faction. A cheap set. nude cn ih
factory plan, will cause cndle-s
worry, embarrassment ond suffering.
Plates that do not fit arc little Letter
than no teeth nt all.
In offices using the E. R. Parker
System ore skilled dentists who make
artificial teeth exclusively. They da
this work exceptionally well because
they specialize upon iL Hie plates
they make are guaranteed to Ct and
.to wear for years.
Particular skill b employed to make artificial teeth x ,
natural, and to lit so comfortably and snugly that yoa as 1
eat and lar.gh and talk without revealing that your ruturj I
teeth are gone.
The price for" these satisfactory plates Is moderate
You are invited to call and have an examination of yocr
mouth made without charge.
Restored Dentists Using the '
E. R. PARKER SYSTEM
Dr. D. M. Ofdea Dr. 2L 7. Irir
Dr. 7. V. Grtil
StsU snd Cesuaerdsi Etrtcli
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That the lightness of the Business Car is
united to great strength is proven by the
splendid service it is rendering every
where under widely varying conditions
The lightness of the ear keeps
the gas and oil costs down, and
its sound construction renders
H. F. BOJ4ESTEELE
Marion and Polk County
Ferry and Commercial Sts. SALEM
f. o. b. Salem, $1995.00
is the single achievement for 1920. It is the greatest motor truck vilne of
the year. Its great over-powered, heavy duty construction in a 5500 pound ca
ptdty truck has madt it leap into amazag popularity. Everywhere it b the sub
ject of practically every motor truck conversation because it sets a new standard
Truck buyers who have been accustomed to paying $2500 to $3000 for trucks
' are now buying the "Huffman" because it is absolutely the lowest priced truck
for its carrying capacity and high grade standard units in the world.
Never before has $1995 bought so much actual "Dollar for Dollar" truck value.
Huffman Motor Sales Co.
Office 124 South Liberty
State Distributors for Oregon and Idaho
J. E. Scott, Mgr. p. X. Johnson, Sales Mr.
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