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KORWICH UNION i
PSX DiSCTLiXCE SOCIETY
(Melsea, Roland at Burghardt
.Aat Agent 371 StalWSt.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Orer Ladd ft Bush Bank)
BA17KINS & ROBERTS
t4-207 Oregon Uullding
ef homes Including some of the li
test In the citjr. Our list of farms
tad acreage is complete.
. IAFLAR & LAFLAR
.481.7 Oregon Bldg. Phone It 44
ro KKXT SLEEPING BOOMS; 630
I .V Winter. '
as! iiOlREHOLD FCRSITCRE FOR
ri I ait week: 339 8. 25lh at.
roa SALE 8-ROOM MODERN EUXG V
lew located ane Mora rem pared
itreet aad street ear. furnace, fir place,
datrh sitehea. Uundry trayt, all built
la f stores, corner lot. newly pi in ted
ad tented PrW eesv terras.
SIRS. WIXME PETTYJOHN
IT! State Street. Phone 513
TO StI.K HERCILES STt'ilP PC'L
Irr. 10" feet esble. Phone IVUW. Phil
ip Gilbert. 233 .North ljlh street.
ElBT 1IICKS BEST t-OCAL. STOCK,
'dee bow for spring delivery. C. X.
yhn, 33d State.' Phone 400.
IXSt'RE TOl'R MOPS. PRUNES. C.RATN
er other prodara w.th us for 90 Cars
rSaroetna. and protect yourself while
vailing- far the mar It ft to so wp. Ytry
lew coat. Phone
STANDLF.Y t FOLEY
tUa ;'Duli Bank Bldg., Salem Orejroa
OCM BUXOALOW. FIVE BLOCKS
I rem pott of 'ice, east front, furnac.
fireplace, large lot. garage, pared
arrft. at wly painted, t'rtce BoOU.
MRS. WISX1E PETTYJOHN
::3 Slate Street. Phone 313
600O 7-ROOM HOUSE WITH BASE
wt, wo.'d ahet. trait house, barn. 4
Wta, fruit. Price J300; will Uk Fnrd
er Ilsht car and eome rash or -f o' 5
kaadrtU dollar down, balance lite
BARBER & PEARSON
TO Gray Bids, urar Commercial Club.
11XTED STEXOGUAPHER. SOME
nldzv .of bookkeeping. Stale
purification. Auiwcr in hsndwritins.
AddreaH 'C'0U," care hiatr.man.
UtOOM IH'XOALOW, NEW AND 3IOD
era. Price 3000.
iraoia luutuw, thrre lota, variety of
W-aring Irait. nj"t'rn coneenienccs,
larn. Fries tJjPO: eay termv
MRS. WISMt. PEffyjoHN
rj Stats Street. Phone 313
WORTH WHILE "
tn hoese, mo-lern ercept bai'mfi',
li wWit in good neif;MnrbK)d : eloae in.
A teodid bur. 1'rice JHjO; IOo
raik. . .
mei houe. iaht-rd: aSont i -sere
trmind: ek-ic to tchool. Price '00;
S15(H eah. Will exchanje for amall
krrfy ranch. "
MILLS & COPLEY
I V 3. State Street.
FINE 8 ACRE TRACT
11 hv land .ul fit under .'cultivation.
Tie hst of dark loam noil: box noune
4 tine new barn, chicken houses, etc.
Loeatfid on- yrnid rad 3 m't a from
city limit ami . is for rods from
vlw.il and More. With the true are
iochirfrd good cow, 2 horses, 2 light
ous. about 20 chickens and all hay
'd feed in Larn; ever? thing .goes.
Fries 8.-I700 - i
KINNEY & SMITH
r Slate Street. Ground Floor.
U7 rre How. II I rairie farm. $lC0 n.-r
re. half cah.
lJ acres seven miles from Salem. $63
itn, ." rod of city limits; price
iJaim, $;,oo cash. : balance for three
.'ra at 6 per cent.
U mm, 3', losanv, buildings, close in.
'.iO0, .: ........ X ..
i tnres strawberries, loanberriea; $2500.
lt-roem apertment house, furnished, in
caaae $73 per month. Price $3300
fa modern bungalow, paved atreet
("mat strictly modern bungalow, pavtd
Kriet, $000 all cash.
reooj strictly modern bungalow, $17,000
. ".cictly. modern 10-room residence, best
loeation, lU.dOO ; eaay terms.
"t a l.iOO loan on god city security
at per cent.
D. D. S0C0L0FSKY
jj' tUle Street.
iSTED MEN AXD WOMEX TO
farm paper subscriptions. A rood
"seilioa to the right people. Address
' Pacifie Homestead. Statesmen Bldg.
lAvmrCL WALL TIXTS. MAKY
w eelors lOe eouaa aad a p. Max O.
rea. 179 . Cem'l 8t.
-!.TT BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
"kia as Roberta. 205 Oregoa 1 Wg.
HATE SOME GOOD FARM laOBT
8fa te sell.
v, HAWKINS ROBERTS
. ""Mi BMr . Salem.
"TOO WANT-TO GET THE BEST
ra Paper, ead 15e ta The TaeHie
iMeatd, Eelem. Oregoa, fer a throe
taa. trial subscriptioa. Meatioa this
NH BK.JWX rEGllOKX
l liewe 43R.
J: NORTHWEST POULT RY 1GUR-
the hiirest and heart in the wa.
.in. for live eoeltrym.e
LIKI ia Kalera Ie4
. . . ... . . , .il v
;wt Pl.try Jeeeaad. awl.aa. Ore
. Mention t...
t ' misci-:lmxeous
( VIARD EXCHANGE." 943 NORTH
T"."' atret. diamonds, wa'eh.
. ' 'imeete jmee. rlolhiag.
s. ete . Bth .w and aaea seeds
'tat. eoM er esekaagad.
Matcsjuaa tTasUicl Ads
THE OREGON STATESMAN: &ALEM. OREGON
ItAVHY CI1HUJ AiiAlX CL MMl.Xt.ii.
POTATOES KOK SALE. IELIVERKU
GOOD 3 OCTAVE DEAU1X XYLOPHONE
for sale, eht ap. Phone 5 J 7.
WALFELT" TOUR KOC8E; IT S
superior to rUth, a; ehoot half price.
Mas O. Bnren. 179 N. Coas'1 81.
"WALLBOARD" CAS 'BE USED OVEB
lath or studding. Can ha tinted ar
papered. Mas O. Bnrea, 17 tferta
"WALL PASTE." vKO COOEUNO BE
quirrd. Slicks everything. Max O.
Baren. 179 N. Commercial stnet.
SACKS. SACKS TOO. SAf.E iOO.OOO
(rain. oats and potato (art. Capital
Junk and Bargaia JJoose, 2 IS Ceater
atreet. Phone 39S.
FOB SALE TRUCK CHAIN'S ALL
CAPTIVITY OF THE OATXA! OIRLS
Thia trna etory of weetera immigra
tion hee bees carefully rviaed. makiag
a baadcomo little book. It telle iai
graph ie term a of the anaaaarre of the
Oatmaa family, of the eocene of La
reoxo, aad the captivity of Mary and
Olira. Mary died af aUrratioa eod
Ohra was pnrchaaed frt-aa t'aa Indiana
five years later. The price is 20 eenta,
postpaid. Address Orefoa Tesehais
Monthly. Salem. Orasjea.
PIIOXK 1363M. fOIt WOOD.
FOR DRY WOOD PHONE 1S78W.
CALL THE SALEM TVTKK TARD8 POU
your wood aad coal; off tea 752 Trade
street. Phase 629.
POR SALE 16-IXCH AXD 4 FOOT
SECOXO GROWTH AXD OLD Flit
WOOD. SPECIAL PRICE OX
803 Soath Cbnreh
DODGE CAR FOR SALE PIIOXE C2P2.
StlGHTLY USED PORDEOX TRACTOR
A bargain, 349 Ferry street.
0LES0N MOTOR CAR CO.
319 Qf. Commercial St. Phone 666
1 Uaed Car Center. Quick Chaoses.
1915 Stndobaker S.3M
1 1 -passenger Iludaon 500
i16 Keo 650
1910 Liberty Six 9.V)
1916 Jord 293
Ford ssedsa, sU stsrter - 530
Kew It, ton Day-Elder truck at bargain
Many ether good bays ia used cars.
P. U WOOD. 831
STATE 8T, REAL
LOST ND FOUND
LOST AIREDALE DOG. SATURDAY
morn ins. weight about feO lbs. Finder
please phone 1F11, J. II. Wright. Re
ward. ' "
WANTING MILK COW Phone 1213.
GOOSEBEERRY AXD CURRANT CUT
tings wanted. Fruitland JSursery.
TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENTS WAXT
ed. Slate make, eondition best price
and termv Address 'Tractor," ere
DR. Ia. M. HUM CTTRES ANT KNOWN
dlaeeae. 153 8. High St, Phoa 29 S.
hour. Call 18U6-R.
1 LL WORK BY
HAT SHOP MEN'S AXI WOMEN'S
hats renovated and blocked 49j Court
8ALEM LAUNDRY COMPANT, 188 8.
Libert street. Phone 25. OlJest
Largest Beat. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt serviea, 1264
Broadway, raone tea.
MONEY TO LOAN.
PLAN TO BUILD NOW WHILE MA
terials and labor are on a ljwer basis
and secure your building loan of us.
Repayable 1 ke rent. Fire, life, auto
and indemnity insurance written.
A. C BOHRNSTEDT
401 Masonic Temple. Sam. Oregon
FOR SALE fiOOU MONTMORENCY
cherry t reea. Phone 75F11. '
CHOICE LOGANBERRY PLANTS FOB
spring delivery; any quantity. Ward
. K. Richardson. 2395 Front.
CHOICE STRAWBERRY Pi.ANTS. ANY
quantity; all leading varieties. Prices
interesting. Ward K. liichardaon,
2393 front st. Phone 434.
F It V I T L A X D NURSERY NOW HAS
sales yard corner High and Ferry st.,
Salem. PU ase call and see onr stoek:
tt and 8-foct Italian prune and smaller
grades, also other aurary slock Phoae
150,000 CUTHBEKT KED TtASPBERRY
plants: strong, thnity. year ia. t-"w
quantity prices for early delivery. Per
100 postpaid, '.50. Ward K. Rich
ardson. a:S93 Front. ; '
PAINTING AND PAPEBHANGINO
I have gone east on an extended visit and
I recommend A. H. Clark fphone
139C.I) .as a 'competent workman. Ciena
WANTKO CONPINKVENT CASKS AT
private hospitsl. I have best of equip
ment. I'hon. 1 ;". - - -
PIIVHIC1AXS AXD SCRtiEOXH
K A THKR I N KSC M It K F, M. l, rWY
ateian aad Sergewe. Otlb Oregon
bstldier. ""ma 41113. Thoee 640.
' 24. O vr Ofc.ai Kt-trie jepat
SETXI HAND FURM1TVRK
WANTKD ST.nONrHAXr rmst
tare, rage, eerjeeta. etoves. eierhinery
sad teobt. Best prieee paid. The Cap
ital Hardware A rsraitere Co.. 75
N. Cew'l St. reee 47.
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
DEN WHtELF.R tVEBTTHINO HK
paired. fJeweraH ewwwit.
weep. 143 Voitk Ceouuereiel street
CCTLEUT ORIXDIXO: LAWS VOW-
r" ' . Stewart's Ue
pair Shop. 147 Coert street.
STO-E3 REBUILT AXDREAIRfeD
40 years exnerienr; Depot Xatioaal
feaee, atzea 26 to 58 iaehee Paiats
oil and taraiaaet. etc , lot an berry and
bap aooki. Saiem Penes and Stoee
f;- a0 Court atreet. Paoae
recoxd iiaxd coons
WT BUT AND SELL SKOOXO HAND
Koods of all kinda. pipe fittings, bar
aeaa. coUara. collar paJa, tooia. aad
chaiaa. Fred Schiadler. 259 Cents'
atrret. TRANSFER H.UIJX
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. US
Stat 8t phone 933. IMatribatiag.
forwarding aad Storage snr spsrialty.
Get vur rates.
WALL PAPER, PAIXT
WALL PAPER AXD CEILINO PAP
20e aad m doobls roll. Max O. iJo
. 179 A. Uuaime
SEE . PORTER POR PAIXT8. WALL
Paper .nd Pictoro Framing. Ooo4
workmen. 453 Court St. Phnao 44.
SALEM WATER. LIGHT a POWER
Co, office S01 Booth Com'I atreet.
Tea per cent dlaconnt oa damestis
flat rates paid ia advance. Its de
duct ion a for abaeaca or any eaase
' less water is shot f f your presileee.
DBS. WHITE AXD MARSHALL,
r: B. Katieaal Bank Bldg.
DR. W. U MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Pkyaiclaa aad Surgeon, Klra.rLi
graduate, 404 aad 405 D. S. hall Baak
building. Phone O if ice 919, resides e
DR. JOHX L. LYNCH. OSTEOPATH! 0
Payeieiaa Sorgeea, 403-404 Oregoa
Bldg. Phones: Of flea 1894; Res. S8F5.
DR. O. U S)TT, P. S. C, CHIROPRAC
tor. 3U9-12 V. 8. Baak BHg. Phoa
Exceptionally Good Bay
A 5 V -room xnodera et r.t - be.'emeat,
with a eery larje lot aril gurase; one
block off the ear line at 1 2 "(; new
plumbinz and eerr cheap place.
341 State Street.
5 ACRES CLOSE IX WITH GOOD
buildins, aplentLd buy for price asked
4I0O0. Another for 8,30. 4 room
plastered house, wood shed and barn,
en corner, 100x130 ft.. $1300.
PETTEY'S REALTY CO.
331 State Streets
FOB SALE STRICTLY MODERN 7
room honte, dose in.- eaay paymenta,
immediate posaesaioa. Hart aad Mailer,
208 Oreffoa bldg. i
20 H ACRES 3' mites out. 15 cultivated,
wood enough ' to half pay the price
asked. Trade for eomething ia Salem.
fi acres, 60 cultivated, for rent, $250.
Well built 4-rocm home, $950.
Room 29, Corner State and Commercial
THOROUGHLY MODERN" EIGHT-it OOM
houv, 2 blocks from car line, larce
lot. hi front, plenty of fruit and
garage; well worth the money. ,
New 5-room plastered bangalo-ir. frome
- fruit, - good location, "ill take auio
mobile as part payment."
Mony ta loan -on good security, city r
. country, ia umsrauging from JoO'J to
SVUARK lr..la IV.
U. S. Natl. Bank Bldg. " l'hone 470.
SIX ROOM BUNGALOW. $2750. $100
cash, balance $2j per month. lJ-room
house on State atreet. near the. eapitol,
$8500. Three-room house, $500. easy
terms. 40 acres, 16 acres bearing er
chard, will take house up to $4000,
easy terms on balance. Three-room
house and two lots, $850, easy t-rms.
Four lots. fine garden land, $.".00,
terms to suit. 00 acres river bottom
land with buildings and bearing or
chard, $3500. Booming home, $1800.
House for rent. F. L. Wood, 211
40 ACRE HOWELL PRAIRIE FARM ON
paved roa.i; All tillable and all plant
ed except small tract fine timber. F.ne
8 loom house, barn, store house, chick'
en house. Price $10,500, easy terms.
Modern 5-room bungalow on corner of
paved street, $2850, $1000 cash; bal
ance as rent.
Msxi.ru 7-room bungalow and garage, cor
ner of paved atreet. close ia $30uu;
easy terms, t
OREGON LAND CO.
Fhone 426 3 State St.
320 acre farm, about 80 aerrs cultivated,
balance good timber, about fifteen
thousand cords of standing timber.
House and barn. Will consider proper
ty or small acreage aa part payment.
Iriea SR: nrr acre.
280-aere farm located northeast of Salem.
100 acres cultivated, balance pasture
and timber, good buildings, sbont 25
acres of beaver dam soil all cultivated.
Price $123 per acre.
200-acre farm, 100 acres cultivated, bal
ance timber and pasture, eood road,
running water, buildings. Trice $100
4 61-acre tract of fine berry aoil located
nouth of Salem. Pacific highway. Price
$1600. $300 duwn, balance terms. -20-arre
tract, small hoo.-e and barn,
prunes, logsns and strawlrries, fan.il
orchard. Will consider hope and lot
as part pavnVBt. Price $7000.
5 acre located close to car line, fine
berry soil, good drainage, some logans.
.Price 8J5tK. Terms.
3 'Seres of good soil. 4 room house. . 3
acre logans. aa 'aero prune, t arn, good
road. Priee $3K0.
10 acre, honsw end barn. g'Xd berry soil,
l'rico $2200. ";..'. .
7 room plastered hu"d fm garden
lots located just outside of city limits
and rlue to ar liu. Price S2100.
3 room houe and large lot in sonth
Salem, barn, erasel st.eet. cbe to tar
linv Price $2500. '.i cab.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 State Street.
L A. HAYFORD
REAL ESTATE AND TIRE INSURANCE
305 State Street
If vou sre looV'ms for s b-me in the city
or tountrv we have it. Here sre a few.
If you do not see what you want here
come in as we have a lar;e list to se
5.".0 3 Koom hone.
81-00 5 room boo-.e.
l '(iO f. rn.tm house.
I $ 1 0-O 5-Toont hnuse. semr amnern.
I s-joM room h..tise, seati -modera. A
I St' .".I n -". room b.mealow. nindern. new.
82TOi j rgun t.ursalow, mdern.
'::iH'i r. riMini house, semi ldern.
:fi." .'. room h.me, wni modrn.
.i,-,iio it-room honse, semi modern.
SttOl -roin hese. s-rai 'ntndera.
;,.K. ; rmtii IinnraVww mwlfrn.
fd',rnf 7-room bonsal'.of nswtern.
f7aHI rnma bn:a).iw wwlern.
and ilt!rs too aemervus ! asentia.
t-.o.i .it ere. 2i ia rail iva i :
...... ,n .rrh.ril nrpii'-v . SUTS. Ill I
berts, .heme, ete ltm:r. h.rn. rlc,
on g'od road. 8 mileis from Jalem.
fl.,0 per a. re takes a JO acre tra-t,
m.W f e tv. an swd r.. , .
iti.'ioti tales 2" aeies vf blae' s.il,
I i i, miles of Finm. oa good read; ha
Terms caa be had en all ef the above.
L.sai.a I. sa r-ci fear a 1 1 sr 1 1
L A. HAYFORD
83 State treet.
FOR SALE LOOAXBERRY TRACT i
acrea ia full bearing. tretlied with ce
dar poata. rich loam aoiL . Pii.-e $45UO.
S caan. balance rny psyanrata at 7
t-r erot. Hart A Mul!er. Sua Oregoa
5TXKT TlIK NEW YEAR KIliHT
l'.ir home ard atop r.at. Wo bate
th'-tn at a 1 price any trm.
A fine renicbl l.uiijins in a zhh1 lire
lti ! trade for
acreage or t I)
propr;r in Sa'em.
LOOSE & PATT0N
Slate .Sf re-t. Phone 97
BARBER & PEARSON
Sella e'tr end ountrr property. I.it it
with us and it w.l! receive aerial at
t'nt.on. We will fiod you a Ua.le if
that i what yon wnt.2U0 GraS Bldg,
near Commercial club.
38 Farms 38
(Some pr.ron!Iy ianprcted)
In i'oik nl Marion Counties
S60 e tlSO
FLEMING REALTY CO.
3 It Kute Street.
$223,000.04) KOAI IUVM)S OF
MARIOX COl'XTV OREGON
Scaled proposals will be re
ceived by th9 County Court of
Vlarion County, Oregon, at the
Court House in Salem, in said
countr. until January 10, 1921.
at the hour of 12 o'clock noon of
aid day, for the purchase of
$22-", 000 Permanent Road Bonds
of Marion County, part of an issue
of $850,000 aathorized at an elec
tion held June 3. 1919. The bonds
now offered 'for Bale shall be
dated January 10. 1921. $85,000
thereof shall mature July 15,
1926. $85,000 shall mature July
15, 1927. and $55,000 shall ma
ture July 15, 1928. and shall be
in denominations of $50 or multi
ples thereof up to the sum of
$1000. to suit the purchaser, and
shall bear interest at the rate of
fire and one-half (5"4) per cent
per annum, payable semi-annually.
All bidders are required to in
close with their bid a certified
check papable to the order of Ma
rion CoMnty. Oregon, and drawn
upon an incorporated bank or
trust company to the amount of
two per cent of the par value of
the bondd bid for, and the check
of the successful bidder will be
applied by the county in part
payment of the purchase price or
to secure the county against loss
resulting from the failure of the
bidder to comply with the terms
of the bid submitted. No bid will
be received for a price of less
than par and accrued interest and
the bonds will, be sold to the
highest b:tlder. The County Court
reserves th right to reject any
and all bids. The proposals
should be addressed to U. G.
Boyer. County Clerk, Salem, Ma
rion County. Oregon, and marked
"Proposals for Road Bonds." The
successful bidders will be furn
ished with the opinion of Messrs.
Storey. Thorndike, Palmer and
Dodge, of Boston, Massachusetts,
that the bonds are a valid obliga
tion of Marion County. Oregon. ,
fa s m a i t-. 1-
' iJ jiruer ui iu. ,yuunijr afrit,.
T U. G. BdYER. Clerk.
Dated this ISth day of December,
Has Good Convention
Th Sundav school convention I scariei ana wnue living room to
of the Haresvillui district held atMhe rose-hung boudoir where I
lirooKs Sunday in all proDaouiiy j
was one or the most prolltabie
oonventions ever held by that
district. Rev. A. Weinert. presi
dent of th Hayesville district
presided, and it was largely
through his efforts that the con
vention was a decided success." A
large and appreciative audience
or delegates from different parts
of the county attended. Speakers
for thi day were Mrs. F. W.
Iiuner, Salem; Miss Fern Wells.
Salem; Miss Georgia Parker,
Portland and Rev William T.
Milliken.paator of First Baptist
At noon a cafeteria dinner was
served to the delegates. A spe
cial feature of the afternoon pro
gram was music furnished by the
Wells sisters; piano selections by
AND PRODUCE WANTED
Marion Creamery & Produce Ca
Salem, Oregon. Phone 2483
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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SOLO BY CRl'OGtSTS DISYnltR
Don't take pnrfiatlvcs lor Con
tlpaUon they act Harshly
they overstrain tbe delicate
membrane and leave the
Bowels In a worse condition
ch. Dizziness. BUloasness,
9 1 INcrvoasncss, or loss ol Appe
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VT a Wit eaa. mm wv mmm news
SfsrmaicaVo an gf Bmwmlm In
laall nil C Small Pose
jTRIAL ON SOON
Indicted Baseball Players
to Answer to Charge of
CHICAGO. Iec. 2S The pre
liminary hearing for the lt;ht
Chicago American league baseball
piavers and five alleged gam bier
who were indicted by the Cook
county Krand Jury in connection
with the alleged "throwing" of
KntiM-H ia the 1919 world's scries,
will be hel within ' three weeks
nd the tri?l wijl begin shortly
"Iter. Ftale Attorney Robert E.
Crowe announced tonight.
Mr. Crowe assigned Georges E.
Gorman, second assistant atate's
attorney, to handle the case and
f.rdered him to prepare for an
immediate, trial. Mr. Gorman to
night said he expected to devot?
Ihe next few days to a study of
the grand Jury investigation and
that he then would f-f t definite
dates for the preliminary hear
ing. He refused to discuss the
trial of the Pacific Coast league
players where the Judge ruled
that "throwing" games was not a
criminal offense but aid that he
would ask the attorneys who
bandied the prosecution of that
case for the records of It so that
he could see what bearing It
might have on the trial of the
major league players and the men
charged with bribing them.
Eddie Cieotte. Joe Jackson and
Claude Williams confessed their
share In the scandal to the grand
Jury, and Oscal Felsch was quoted
by newspaper reporters as con
fessing to them, but Felsch. Buck
Weaver. "Swede" Rlsberg and
McMullin have officially denied
that they were guilty and have
hired counsel to defend tbem.
Jackson and Williams have been
qupted in press dispatches as say
ing they "would be back in base
ball nest season." Chick Gandil.
the eighth player indicted, haa
not announced his plani in regard
to the trial.
The Story o! a Honeymoon
4 Wonderful Romance of aVLvrrted
Life Wonder fmlly Told bj
Vn.T MADGE DKKAMKD.
HOPED AXD FEARED AS SHE
HELD LILLIAN'S CHILD IN
"Miss Sonnot! Hurry!" "
tt The low-ton?d call in the phy-
seians voice came from o!d Mrs.
Morton's room. Katherine was j
on her feet at the first word. At
the- last one she was almost at
the door, throwing a quick com
mand ovr her shoulder at ms.
"Send Lillian up. You'd bet
ter Btay with Marion.".
I ran down the stairs noiseless
ly and across Lillian's .wonderful
-' -' ? sunn asicx-p- m un
mother's arms. As I entered, on
tiptoe. Lillian stirred slightly.
"What is it?" she whisp-red.
I bent over her and explained
(Catherine's message In a low
monotone which I am fortunate
In being abl? to use. I have
found U to be far less disturbing
to a s:ck person than a whisper,
and there i. little or no danger
of awakening a sleping person
with Its use.
"Help me get up." she whis
pered. Marion was lying cuddled close
to her mother In such fashion that
there was great danger of awak
ening her if the morthrs arms
were withdrawn. Hut I compre
hended Instantly what Lillian
wanted me to do. She wished me
to substitute my arms for hers,
to cuddle the child in Ihe same
fashion, so that the little thing
even in her sleep should not miss
her. i !
With'lnfrnite pains we made the
substitution, and before Lillian
left she looked down at us with
a gaze I shall always remember.
There was' a great lor for her
child In IU but there was some
thing else, comprehens'on, aye!
and compassion also for me.
Slve did not kiss rither of rts.
for both she and I feared a single
awkward movement micht awaken
the steeping child. I'rt the long
look sh cave us was a caress and
In another moment even the
fro-i frou of hr skirts had rrown
ind'stinct. ,. yet another, and I
u!d hear no sonnd in all the
house save the child's soft.
resp'ration ; and my own rather
h.rn'4 training. s,.u!dren and Mrs. Gigera siMer. Miss
An a men t no wains oi
closed over me.
For Marion, still restless, even
in her sleep threw one little bar
arm around mv neck, cuddling
her tiny band into mr hair.
'"Mamma. mamma." sire mur
mured sWnlly. and th-?n,was off
into slumberland asaln.
And .1. quiv-rinj. with the old.
old long'ng tint rTcr would be
stille!. lay staring out Into the
long years in Tront of rue. tears
which" mipht never b? llvss-d to
me with thi touch of childish
The Mothr AcoTadc.
With my arms Ntraitt".! art'iind
Ihe sft. childish fir'ir" of tny
rri"nd's liMIe datiEht'-r I trie!,
foolishlv enough, to ntys-lf
in the illtisi.n Oiat it wa realK
tdy own child In my arms, that I
too. had Itevit triven tha accolado
of woman's life mot her hood,
P.nt to ni avail.. LtM Marion.
dear t me. beloved, was ttll my
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friend's child, not mine. And 1
round that it was torture to pre
tend. Another thought. insidious,
black, crept into ray mind. Even
If Dicky, always so prejudiced
against, children, should change
bis feelings upon the subject,
would I now want to bring Into
the world the child of a slacker?
It was a bitter thought, an aw
ful thooght, but as tt crept un
bidden into my mind, so it re
mained, even against my protest,
ltecause be was just old enough
to escape conscription. IMcky
stood back and had seen all his
fellows march away to the great
Is Madge Thankful?
Alfred Durkee was but one of
those who had gone. Even Frank
I e m aW . lit. A 1 aSkaas
Lester, the man I liked least, the
man I had always characterized
as a "bounder" 'was la the avia
tion corps, while his wife and
child vere with her people, fortu
nately possessed of enough means
for comfort while he was away.
Only Harry Underwood and
Dicky rental nod of. the old. merry
crowd. Harry Underwood was lit
tle better than a traitor. If he
wasn't actually a conspirator
against his country, while my hus
band what was the reason -tuat
k?pt him puttering around Illus
trating an aviation serial while
his comrades were giving life and
everything that maken 1'fe worth
living to the cause or world rree
dom? For th first time I felt thank
ful that I had no child. Kettcr to
have empty arms all my life than
some day to look Into my child's
race and to find there contempt
for its father.
t To be continued)
Christmas Program is
Given at Noble School
SCOTTS MILLS. Ore.. Dee. 2.
A Christmas program was-given
at the NoWe school house Wed
nesday evening to a well filled 1
house. aXfter the program Santa!
Claus'made his appearance and!
distributed presents and a treat of
candy. and nuts.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. R!ce and
children spent Christmas with rel
atives in Wbodburn. 1
Mr. and Mrs. John Wa.bel and;
daughter. Marion, are spending!
the Christmas holidays with Mrs. j
Waibel'a grandmother. Mrs. G. M.
! Wilson, in Portland. j
i Rorn. to Mr. and Mrs. Myrcn
l Holtcn at their home three miles'
south of Scotti Mill. Friday.
comber 17. an eight-ponnd girl.'
' She has been named Oia! Veda.
John Drougher is spending h s
; vacation with his parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Cigr asd chil-
Alice Cox. have gone to Heppneri
to visit during the holidays. j
A Christmas program was glv- ;
en at the I. O. O. F. hall In Scotts'
Mills Thursday evening. t
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hogg andj
daughters Loraine and Doris v'slt
ed relatives In Salem over ChrUt
mas. Mr. Hogg returning home
Sunday, while Mrs. Horg an4
children will v's t until New j
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mulvlhl'.l snd I
small daughler visit d Mr. Mu.vl-j
hill's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. J
Drougher over Chrif tmas. j
Miss Emma Larson, teacher of j
the Noble school. It visiting hT.
paretics at Silverton during lh"
Miss J.e"0 r.nt-li. mh-i tca.-hesj
t (rfwhrl Ftart r rrhu"l. it
swndin lr vacation with l;-r
parrnt at IL -Angel.' '
Allan Ilellinger and nt-'tlier.
Mrs. I-na Ilellinger were S!-in .
j Itlchard Lawrenc was in SaKni
Statesman Bring Results
DECEMBER 20. 1020
' Bet you a house and lot you'd stay in
W-S a month if you ever got to know folks
here like I have. Between business and
Reynolds factories and a bully time well
my date book has been bubbling over! And.
I'm still running into facts that would stag
ger even your imagination, old football,
with all your kick!
A Pete, take it straight from government
gures direct to you. tAaf every work day
in the week R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
buys from our "Uncle Sam" enough revenue
stamps to pay for a duplicate of the hand
some new Winston-Salem post office build
ing! Ever bear of such a thing?
And. if you want to get an eyef ull of an
army of more than 15.000 people, be down
in the Reynolds factory district when the
whistles blow ! Never saw such a cigarette
firing-up time in my life!
Peter, everytime you light a Camel in the
future, call back on what I've slipped you
about Camels absolutely, the greatest
cigarette at any price for quality, for re
freshing flavor, for mellow mild body, for
freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty
aftertaste or odor! It's worth the busiest
smoker's time to compare Camels with any
cigarette in the world ! ' Camels are simply
rev elation! You know that.
I'll open my eyes in Atlanta tomorrow!
In the meantime here's a wad of best wishes
I have in stock!
Firm With Fanny Name
Files Corporation Papers
The Snap on Dust Cap Manu
facturing company is the name of
a new corporation - organized at
Milwaakie. Clackamas county, tad
which filed a nicies of Incorpora
tion here yesterday. The Incor
porators are J. G. CJork. P. D.
Labbe. A. II. Lab be and D. B.
Labbe. The capitalization Is
Other new ceocera filing arti
cles yesterday were:
Oregoa College of Ocular Sci
ences. Portland; incorporators.
Harry Le Felding. Ervln I- S!1s.
Frank N. Sandtfar; capitalization.
. Ciarke-Brower. Optical com
pany. Portland: incorporators.
Fred W. Clarke. Peter Rypma.
George D.. Young; capitalization.
- Itrenman A- Whalen company
Goes Farther Here
Never since we first opened bnsiness bare we
been able to sbow such a wonderful array of
real bargains. Every buy does full justice to
tbe money spent
In every department Shoes Hats Caps
Go thin; Underwear Dishes Crockery
Cooking Utensils Furniture almost any
thing you could want
Every Article New. Every one a Bargain
373-77 Court St.
.Wlnitoa-S aires, Jf. (C,
I . 'y as
Portland; Incorporators. M. P. -n
renin an. Frank J. Whales.
Frank J. Riordaa; caplulizat'oa.
A permit to operate I Ore r on
was la-ued to the Clair Train Or- 2
der Deliverer com pa ay. a Wash
ington corporation) wt aed- r"
qiarters at Spokane. A McCl'.l of -
Portland Is aptHtted attoraey-l- . ,
fact for Oregon. The capital uV. - '
of the company Is Ilie.Vr.
NotiCration of Increase la stock -ha
been Lied by tha following: 1
Gerrltaen. Cnrtls company
Ine of Port land, front S SO.bO 0 la
1 SS.OeO. Aagaard Lamber com
pany. Portland. Irons Si 00.0 $9 H. i
S:00.060. The Western SAles-1
company. PortUcd. frota fll.wt0 v
. KeaoIaULas cf d -saoltjUon wtt .
filed by the Lnrns Manafactnriax
company, the Haul laves. meat
company and the Motorcycle L
Supply company, all of Portland.
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