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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18,
The Oregon Statesman
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READ THIS FIRST:
Bob Terry Is released from
prison, after serving three years
for a crime he did not commit. He
leaves prison with ghastly impres
sions and fierce, bitterness In his
heart. Upon his release he Is giv
en a letter from Peter Borden, his
former employer, who has aided In
sending Terry to prison because he
thought It was his "duty. Terry
determines to make Borden sui
fer as he has suffered during the
.'irirpp voars in prison. Bobs pris
ma lay i - -
THE MORNING ARGUMENT,
ror tney Dina neavy uururns auu si" "" M. . Tn(lli shannon, who urg
them on men's shoulders; but they themselves will noi move meuij"" - . . K th
with one of their fingers. But all their works they do for to be seen'es him to call on bis niece, Katb.
! i.- w a v.li K.,io,ti onrf cnirirn the borders leen Shannon, when Boo returns
IM D1U. lllfj Uisse Ul uau mc" J , , , . jinK
t fpasts. and tue tn his home town. 1 ooq tens
ui llicir gaiiuvuii. A1IU . -
-hiof etc in the vnn irniriips And ereetinEs in the markets, and to he might also look up Joan
be called of men. Rabbi, Rabbi. But be not ye called rta ddi . ror
one is your Master, even Christ; and all ye are brethren. Matthew
SALEM LEADS WORLD IN THIS
The members of the state board of control, with news
naDer reporters and others, at the Oregon penitentiary yes
terday to inspect the newly installed flax scutching ma-
.At?.. 1 1- 1 sV . 4 Vl y-v "NTaCkXIT
chine the first ot exactly its Kina uruugm tu ic-i
WnrlH wprp shown moviner metures of the flax industry in
Latvia before taking in the state flax plant
And it was a fitting exhibition.
Latvia is an independent country, set apart as such by the
Versailles treaty. It was a part of Russia before the World
Latvia is the largest flax growing country in the world,
0v,ntimr onlv soviet Russia. There are grown in
each year 275,000 acres of flax
But such flax, under such conditions!
ThP movimr pictures show tne seeuing m. in , creaked by a silver
i iocr V,rwl cnviino-. Thcv show the flax fields, full ofi.nicn WOund lazily through
i v. rtf Vso tlnv hv women. : farm lands. on i
'now tut? nunuuiig
modv. a criminal lawyer and po
litical boss in the state, as Car
nA.. mnv hit emcloyment for
U1UUJ . . J " '
Bob says good-bye to his prison
nal. Todd Shannon, and accepts a
nf U iitii rarvtnsr of a
ionQneu naeoda Todd has carved
out in prison, using an old safety
(Now go on with the story.)
E whirled and walked swiftly
along the corridor toward
the exit. The oia, buapvujr---'
suit of blue serge flapped about
his thin figure. In his left arm
was the prison bundle his bag
gage. In his right hand was the
gift from his one friend. He
sterped quickly through the front
Lama door then, without Knowing u.m
he did so, he paused ana gaspeu.
The sun was snlning. From
Tfrrv CQUld see
WUCin vwv , k
the broad panorama of Verdant
rru.ip I aura of smoke hovered over a
cruue . ., . fi, a
m.llimr hv hand. And the retting in streams; very
..-a k n-nmon And the drving. by women. And
a 1 ltA U k van- it. - .-I , - .t .
J ... .1 v,t ii-aa iiap.-l lnlworo talkinc and laushing
.,..;.,Vi nr with hp sanio cruae inMiuiunn mai "- - . - ......
VUlVUIIIg . - -
Egypt and Bible lands C000 years ago
1 Bv women. Then come some modern methods, in roving
and sDinnmg and weaving
. . . . i rf th state
thei ..mnr,iina were passing; people
the flax fiber ail by women.
t.i th fields', two
called merrily to
It suddenly came to Bob that tie
could go when he pleased, wiiere
r.rt the bleaching is bv the ancient methods, on the bleach-! he pleased Tuat was hard to un-
When did you get out?"
The voice. raplngly guttu-al
grated harshly on the ears of the
young man. It was the voice of
power and authority and the past
eternities had taught Bob to ac
cept insults docilely.
He looked op Into the heavy,
blotched features of a squat,
broad-shouldered man. Bob knew
the type: the bolder of some Job
of menial authority: square-
shouldered, square-toed and
square-headed. He looked into
the pig-like eyes beneath the
huaw brows and for a moment
he did not answer.
The man frowned. "With a
cheap gesture he swept back nis
coat and exhibited the shiny badge
of a railroad detective. His voice
cut through the Ietid air of the
car loudly enough for those In
the Immediate vicinity to hear.
"I ast when you got out."
Later, Bob knew that he should
have been resentful. But he was
too recentlv out of prison. The
badge of authority was something
he had learned to fear, particular
ly when worn by such as this
heavy-set person. And so he an
swered the brutal question simply,
and without thought of equivoca
"Yesterday." And then, "How
did you know?"
The detective was conscious of
an audience in the next seat.
"That's my business," he boomed
'Where are you goin'T Whatcha
Resentment was on Terry's lips
But he had learned from Todd
Shannon that acquiescence was al
ways the beUer course; he had
learned to keep his face expres
sionless while hot fury surged
within him, and so he .told the
railroad detective where he was
going and explained that he didn't
know what he was going to do.
The man boomed some coarse
advice and wadSied off down the
alc-'.o of the car. All Rbout him
Bob heard whispers. The word
had been bruited about. An ex-
rnnvirt was on the car: a man
Bx CLsvde Cadla
"Elsie don't really ! feel super
ior to her husband. She just pre
tends to. so she won't feel asham
w : . fnal
tends to, so .sue " " , - . Ka0r to wilh 80 much
of makin's him git nis a" " "
Publishers Syndicate.) ' Copyright,
Ma an me want the children
ho snared hardships like we
are practically no ale Deim mauw.
r in other marKeii. are iroi
lnly at the prices that hae been paid
hare. Lemon are strour again aou e
bast stock are bringmj iu per 001.
CHICAGO. Jan. 1. (AP. LiTely
nrfu iiit buytn aa fenerai excr in
rth armind with abnormal weaih
ho:;-d the corn market today to
hifhsst since the naidd'e of l)ece;tbcr
.'rn export business from th I'nitd
States tots'.ed a much as 600.i0 b
he! and prpmi-ams overt -jped ny here
tofore psia th's Bson.
I lositc quotat on fn corn were firm,
H to 1 1-Sa oet higher, wheat finished S
IT S' up and. osts 3-bc decline to e advance.
!9, Publishers Syndicate.
had committed a crime. The mus
cles of Bob Terry's arm contract
ed, his fingers closed cioseu
about the crude package which
Todd Shannon had handed him
through the bars of the peniten
(To be Continued)
10. danca orchestra
KKI Los Angeles l46S. 6:1. radiotor-ial-
6 30. orchestra; 7:30. sfnes;
7-45. Scotch entertainers: 8. song re
cital: 8. NBC ; 10. modern muic . 10.
30 violin and piano.
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, ai .-.1 -MTtavlceta I
Bits For Breakfast
nftRTT.AXD. Ort . .'an.
Cattle steady; rfptt 40 trnch. M.
1000-13O0 pound ood $U
heifers good- 830 pounds down S10.50f3
!derstand. His ear was attuned toj just out of the state penitentiary.
for the harness is
curt orders from a guara, ne i.iu
i,r,,P.i to think of himself as a
rp.1 animal. And now
And the loading on .ships at Riga for export : tc
v women. Always women, the bearers of nea wbat freedom meant and
this first intoxicating draught be
wildered and frightened bim.
He stood motionless for several
seconds. Then he heard a man's
voice, eruff but not unkind
"llarn'a the bUS. If
If be was ready! God.
ftrft indication that someone
thought he was a human and
rl wants and likes
...... KrttfPf onrl hptterli.nvoa nf his own. He followed
m district we are giuil.s a . - - -
ing greens, by snow and rain ana sun oy womtu.
And the loading of the fiber for export on wagons drawn
u.. u,.oc ;tv rrt'diliar Russian yokes
R!fn.:t is hv
.-j oil that n-rr of EuroDC. The Belfast district
UUIUC1I9 all i.. .. r .
gets its flax fiber largely from Russia and what was Russia
before the war; gets SO per cent of its supply of fiber from
And such flax! Full of weeds. Yielding less than a
fourth of the tonnage per acre that is the rule in the Salem
district among the best growers. And short. Of inferior
Quality. And badlv assembled and assorted and shipped.
In the S
flax; long pioducing more line fiber of quality,
with mach-.icry, harvest with machines, thresh
nrov ed machinery ; ret in water that is artif icialy
dry in approved ways
And nc o scutch with an automatic machine; one auto-
matic mac ..ne. to be loiiowea oy Hi.es i w ;.ou8and other prisoners laboring
And we sort and bale and prepare for shipment in ways tnat ; h lessly ceaselessly, m the ciat-
. i. : u ; v, fr-QHf Thpv know . -.i riinmr of the cotton mm
are approved dv tne ouyets iiiKn uH m , , - . nlace wnere
what they are getting, by the sampies. comm. i';; ;d ta three years-
kir.Dct nnP And when he turned away
Salem leads the world in machine methods of producing; again his face ; ws. set la lines of
flax and flax fiber. We are going to go on. making short .
-uU and adopting up to date methods The accommodation crept slow-
A wf. soil, to transfer the fls, and linen capita. , ,r u-.
to this district. And we are wen on our ld d caches clanked
;nrnAKtinrlv wltn eacn ss)i
the driver mecnanu.-w
a tVi hncft car A few
fronds later he was moving to
d soot of the
Ha looked back at the gray
oii f th nrison. He thought
ffdiia a w m
of Todd Shannon auu
of the world
BETTER COME TO OREGON
nrve of the track, the locomotive
whistled at road, crossings, there
was dust and grime and soot ev
-but to Bob Merry,
in a corner of the last
was all vejry wonderful
SDeakinc of getting away from home, George A. ornsiand already he was beginning to
r o irLi t-oitprHuv received irom Anion rianu, s reei me mw..-" ; . T.
UL ODI1HI.1".'"' J . .
..... t 1 ' nnmlndlut oi me uia-
Staad, Switzerland an order for some genuine Dclumjco,ort. He scarcely knew that
filbert trees. the first hot finger of an unusual-
Mr Pfanner writes that he saw in an Oregon newspaper ly eany spring was that day being
Mr Pfanner rne withlplaced across the farm lands he
nmp lour vears ku " -v-"" - j.j . tnat ine comu
filberts and became interested. lie says ne inea uu u
Europe to get some filbert trees of the genuine Barcelona
variety, but had no success. So he decided to write straight
ThP filbert is a new tree crop that is arousing much iyeiiing children who raced up and
nit- A.;. :l. down the aisle.
interest in Oregon. tnaentiy it is aruusiu m ci , hlm Tnree
Kprp That conclusion is certainly justified when inquiries: lQ tne penUentiary
come from as far away &s Switzerland.
I HvUvvlCU s si.-v -
lUithB nast. or of the outer
t :a nv-piv that the Oregon newspaper 3poKen oi m - MardPd everyday life
.hm-p frrmi the Eugene Register is The Statesman Lnd fred0m much as a poor man
U. W x. .
which he traveled was uniuiu
fortable and noisy and swirling
with rinders. He was not even an-
noved bv the snoring
th neat behind him or the dirty.
.kha htm of memory, lie naa
ia-.hr.niPd himself not to think of
vit inn nf this news-1 thinks of foreign countries
Any way, every annual iiiutrx. oau , . Z whlt.h he knows to exist, yet
. . a f t - - i ism a t no
paper has spoken of the operations oi ueoige .
doven of the filbert industry in Oregonand there have
been many references to his filbrt groves and their products
A.nd Mr. Dorris himself has written for every
Slogan number of this newspaper
Because he is more than a selfish worker for his own ends.
He is a patriotic lover of his ownstate and his own people,
ar.d he is anxious to do good to his fellows, and one way to
be a public benefactor, as he knows, is to spread the gospel
of the coming gigantic filbert industry in this state, which
will mean millions annually.
Copies of the Slogan numbers of The Statesman go all
over the country and all over the world. They turn up in
unexpected places, as many people here can testify. But Mr
Pfanner of Staad, Switzerland, should pull up stakes and
come to Oregon, if he expects to produce Barcelona filberts
of high quality and remunerative price. There are many
ri,.ir f thA trade not known to the Swiss people and there
is no other section of the world with the peculiarities of sun
" shine and soil and showers that make up such a perfect
combination for producing filberts in the purple robes of
so exotic that his mind
nnite erasp the actuality.
now Bob Terry found
It. once more of it; and he was
He stared tnrouga me
window Dane toward the broad
i.tt nf cottonfield. Somewhere
nff In the distance a double
of willow and cypress marked the
ronrsa of a small stream wanoer
lng happUy southward. Two boys
trudged dows. tha hot. ousxy ru.u
toward It, and each carried a long
bamboo pole. It pleased Bob
enormously to know that he might
alight from the train if he pleased
and ro swimming. God! what
glory a river swim would be. He
settled back and closed his eyes.
The visions unfolded to hit
thoughts with more free from bit
terness than ho knew. He was In
toxicated "by this sudden release
from restriction, by th know-
t.A.A that tiA was once again, a
man of name Instead of number.
Three years had tanght him the
nittmnt valua ot the tiniest
Yes, that was he tne oiaisn-
mine man with the bit of silver
at the temples; tne sum one
sittin' over yonder. No. of course
he don't look like no criminal, but
,ou never can tell about these
crooks: they're slick uns. Aiigni
of been murder Terry heard one
mniher warn her wide-eyes chil
And now the black cloud of hit
terness and misery cioseu uowu
over him again. So this, then.
. M - J ...
was tne meaning oi iieeuum
that he might be accosted brutally
by any sodden railroad detective
and questioned brutally as to him
self and his plans; that the finger
of suspicion was always to be lev
eled against him. That the mark
of Cain was to be seen on his
brow and people were to turn on
A fierce anger gripped him. He
wanted to climb on the seat and
shout to these people that he was
innocent; that he bore in his
pocket a letter from the governor
of the state, expressing deep re
gret for the injustice which had
warned his life. But no: that was
impossible. He might do
once, but to what end? They
would still murmur about him and
look his way and shake their
haarta Thpv were nrlvileged to
regard him as an animal to be
stared at and talked about just
because he had been In pTlson. It
f little 'moment whether
he was guilty or Innocent
The momentary exaltation
which had come with freedom was
irnn. This incident seemed the
precursor of the 'grossest of all In
justices. Prison had been an er
ror perhaps even an honest er-
a 1 - (A. n a
ror. Ana once in pnsuu n.
rutins that he should have
treated as a convict. But to be
liberated, to be publicly exonerat
ed, and to be scourged by looks
and by words: that was almost
Bob Terry was learning some
thing about himself. He was
learning that he was not callous.
He had gone into the penitentiary
a man of shy and sensitive spirit;
of a temperament as responsive
to outside Impressions as a photo
graphic plate. And the peniten
tiary had seared nis spirit auu
branded it with hot torture Irons
so that It shriveled and died; and
he fancied that he was bereft of
all emotions, all sensitiveness.
He knew now that this was not
true. Not even when they arrest
ed him originally for the crime he
cannot nad not committed had he been
hurt as he was this moment. And
he knew that he would always be
hurt that he had merely deluded
himself Into believing he'was men-
tally caloused. He saw himself;
projected now into a vast torture
chamber in which all with whom
he came in contact were his in
quisitors. He sat alone In the midst of
many, a prisoner wtth freedom.
The cruel Injustice of it! Each
lash from the whip ot fate seemed
harder than the last. His spirit
It looks simple
S S V
The new automatic scutching
machine at the state flax plant; is
simple In the principles of its op
eration S S
But it will mark a mile stone
In the development of our flax
and linen industries. It will help
to transfer world linel headquar
ters to Salem. That is in the
cards; sure to come. The tune
will depend largely upon the peo
ple of Salem themselves.
Col. E. Hofer, writing to The
Statesman from San t rancisco
last Saturday, says: "We p.owert
through the fog to Pasadena this
morning. It is only T57 miles.
Some of the newspapers used to
criticise me because I would runtti
ads on the front pace of the Ca pi-1
tal Journal. The Bishop Woolen
Mill Stotfe always had a two-column
ad there. A merchant couH
have an ad right in the center Of
the first page if he wanted to pay
the price. I was not proud of
mere appearances and was not
trying to copy after the big met
ropolitan papers. I was trying to
serve the: business man whether it
was a bootblack stand or a woman
running a flapjack counter.
"This morning the Chronicle
had a Buick motor ad on its front
page. I consider the small city
Han,, tho mnat vital influence in
, Others nnrnanrea.
...i i -. to SOc lower: re
ceipts SO Heavyweight 2S0 300 pounds
15r" 7.75(a.S.75; medium
weijrht SOO-250 pounds medium to choice
medium to choice $9.00&9.35: ligHt
tifhw 130-160 po-twls rooii!n
$8. 5(K-i !.::: pacwin in'.. .
smooth SR.OO'u ..5o; ' '- ''l
1E0 pounds medium to choice 3.UUOi;
9-.V fevder and stocker pift 7.-1 40.
pcunds medium to choice f 8. SOW 9.50.
Soft or oi!v hops nd MaMlnj pigs ei
c'.u.led in above quotstions.
Sheep steady; no receipts
NOTICE OP GUARDIAN'S SALE
OF RKAL PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that, by
virtue of and pursuant to an or
der of the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for the County of:saji estate.
Marlon, made and entered on tne;
6th day of August. 1927. author-j
lzing and directing the sale or tne
real . property hereinafter de
scribed, the undersigned, as guar
dian of the person and estate of
Opal Goodman, a minor, will, on
the 11th day of February. 1928.
at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at
the Court House door in Salem,
Marlon County. Oregon, sell at
public auction to the highest bid
der for cash, an undivided one
twelfth interest and estate of. in
and to the following described
premises and being all the lnter
est and estate of said Opal Good
man in said premises, to-wit: Lots
two (2). five (5), six (6), seven
(7). and eight 18). Block five
(5), and Lots one 1) and two
(2). Block six (6). Hollister An
nex No. 1. within the corporate
limits oj Stayton, Marion County
The sale of the said interest in
the said premises will be sold free
I of all incumbrances and subject
to the confirmation thereof by the
, said Court as by law provided.
! Dated January 10. 1928.
As Guardian of the person and es
tate of Opal Goodman, a minor.
NOTICE OP HEARING OX ,
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Marion County.
In. the Matter of the Estate of
Pauline Traglio, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
btri unneraigaeu cacvuiui -
tKeltate of Pauline Traglio, deceased.
has filed his final account and re
port in the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Marion Coun
ty, and that Tuesday, the 21st day
of February, 1928. at the hour of
10:00 o'clock A. M. of said day at
the County Court Room in the
County Court House at the City of
Salem In said County and State,
has been appointed as the time
and place for hearing any objec
tions to said final account and re
nort and the final settlement of
The date of the first publication
of this notice ia January lhta.
1928, and the last February 15th,
Executor of the Estate of Pauline
PAGE & PAGE, I
Attorneys for said estate.
PORTLAXD. Ore ., Jan. 17. AP V
Butterfat t2e lower; 7o station. 4
track. 50 "4o loo forliana.
Vnnltrv steady. heaT hens 22 a
lifht 13 it 20c; spyln; 20 21?:
23(s225c. : pekia white ducks SOc
nominal: turkeys alive 25 'a 2 7c.
Onions 15(a20c hietier. loesi
Stock of General Merchandise
located at Turner, Ore.. Stayton.
Ore., and Aumsville, Ore., will be
offered for sale by sealed bids.
Bids will be opened at 11 o'clock
A. M. on Friday, January 20th.
This stock inventories Stayton,
$3907.60; Turner. $294.06;
Aumsville, $907.89; fixtures Stay
ton. $1328.00; Turner, $717.60;
Aumsville, $966.25. Certified
check for ten percent of amount
of bid must accompany bid. Stock
may be inspected Tuesday and
Wednesday. Jan. 17-18. Right re
served to reject any or all bids.
Bids can be submitted on Individ
ual stores or all 3 stocks eogeth r
G. W. INGRAM, Trustee.
671 Pittock Block
2.60; potatoes steady. 75c(aJK'-3 sack.
PORTT. A-ND. Ore.. .Tsu. IT -AI.-Wheat
bids: BUB hard white Jan . i eh
March fl.4C: hard wh't, blue stem ;
Baart all 51.36; federation, soft wkite.i
white all Jl SI; hsr.l winter all
$1 24; northern spring ?1 - J ; wo.-j
I S1.23H. I
Osts; No. 2. W. Y., nr.l d;tto griy a!,
liarl.v. N'o. 2 B W. 3':. $30.
orr. No. 2 E. Y. shipment 17.7;;
No. c ditto all So.Ti. 1
M.llrun. tan. lard .a!! $.1-) "0.
SALE NOW ON
10 TO 50 REDUCTIONS ON
(Contract Goods Excepted)
Giese-Powers Furniture Co.
rORTT.ANn Or.. .an. 17. AP
Hav. !iy;ng pric? : Fiit-rn Orejon tim
othy $20.30 V-l; ditto valley l.tH.
50; stfa!fa $l(U.f 1..V): oat hay $I4."0rr
15.00; straw $.)') pr ton. S-"in?
prices $J a ton m-ore.
POHTI.ANI. Ore.. Jan J 7. AP - .
Dalrv Kxrnanee, nt pri-cs:
Butter. , extra 4u-; standards 43c.
prim f:rts 44Vc; first 4 4 4c.
r-ltg-i, extrss 3.-; firsts 33c medium
extras 84c; med.ura firsts 33c ; under-
The incinerator location is not
as burning a question as it was.
Procrastination has worn off the
fervor. But .here is only on rigiu
place, and that Is any place below
the level of the city which means
north: on the Marion county side.
' i -o
- vvr-Sft K.OXV (493). Health exerei
a'nn.a-nn KX1, f220 Farly Riier pro
9:00-10:00 KFi (204L ratli .oowe.
9-00-10:00 KXL. Portland fcariy uiras.
n-no-liVM KTBR. Women's exchange.
10:00-1 1 ;80 KG-W . Househg.a neips ani
10 00-12:00 KXL. Courtesy and Liv
12:00-1:00 KOIN. Oraran coicert.
-KXL. Afternoon present
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
PORTLAND. Ore.. Jan. 17. (API
Veeelables are remaining at the high
price leve! of last wek. Fresh arrivals
spinach are offered st $5 per crate and
bur..:hd carrots, l.pets and tumps at $4
pr crate. The or.ion market is s'.izhtiy
weaker after Itj recent itptirt and there
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name is written on it. Do not fold. Trim.
VOID AFTER MARCH 10TH. 1928
ANYONE CAN VOTE FOR FRIENDS
12 :00 4 :30
12 :00 6 00
1 -.00-6 :00 KWJJ
I : SO-5 Op KXI..
5:15 6:00 KOIN.
Record! ns; concerts.
Farm f'.aahds on poul
News and nnuic.
Hoosewife s program.
Topsy Turvy Tintas.
5:30-6:00 KXL. The Mouaiamer.
WE DNE SO AY NIOHT
6:00 6:30 KOW i492. Concert trla.
6:00-6:30 KIUC (240. News, sports and
6:00-7:00 KOIN (3191. Orrsn concert.
6:00-7:00 KXL f220i. Kvening utility
and orcsn music.
6 :00- :0O KWJJ 22;9. Mnsiv
Children "t hotr.
NBC 'Musical Fma
Evening curtay pr-
l tility servica and re-
8:20-7 :00 KFA'.
been; 6:30-7 :00 kuv.
7:00 8:00 KEX.
7 :00-8 00 KXL
7:30-H:PO KG W.
8:00 S 30 KTBK,
8:yO-SiiiO KOW. Orchestra
8:(j)0 10:00 KOIN. Staff artists.
3.30 9:00 KXL. tar! 8cheneckr. tenor
8:SU-10:UO KTBR. Request program
9:00 10:00 KOW. NBC "Tha Via
:(i-H :(o RBS.. Muicai -rogram
9:00-12 CO KXL. Old tune dance frolic
10 00 11:00 KTBR.; Varied prograot
10:(C il .ilil KWJJ. Theater fro.ic.
10 00 11 30 KOIN. Dance hand.
10 00 12:00 KKX. Danee trol c.
11:00-12:00 M UlC Dance music.
12:001 00 KWJ. VipV orin.
XBr-6:30 7. Musiral Fniit Cocktail: 9
10. Tha Vagabond -With Street S.ag
ers jof te Past ' ' :
KGO 4Hkland t3ti. 6. dinner concert;
7. farm prograai ; 8, vaudeville; 9. SBC
NOTICE OF FINAL
N'otlce is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the Coun-I
ty Court of the State of Oregon,
for the Countv of Marion, his duly
verified final account, as executor
of the estate of Ruhamah I)e
Wees, deceased, and that said
Court has fixed Monday, the 20th
day of February, 1923, at the hour
of ten o'clock A. M. of said day,
as the time, and the County Court
Room In the County Court House,
at Salem. Marion County, Oregon,
as the place for hearing said final
account and all objections thereto.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
13th day of January.. 1 928.
F. L. WILKINSON,
Executor of the Estate of Ruha
mah De Wes, deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER.
Attorney for Executor,
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THIRD LIBERTY LOAN BONDS
May Now B Exchanged For
Holders should ccmsult their bank at
once, ax exchange privilege will expirt
ahortly, wa . . . : tjJ. 3 1
Third Liberty Loan Bond will ceeum
to bear interest on September 15, 192&,
A. W. MELLON
Secretary of tb Trauury.
Wauhbtgtoa, Jamurry 1StK 19ZL
T Couldn't look
people in the face,
I was so ashamed
of my skin I If was always blotched
with pimples and blackheads and at
times itcfied terribly. I had tried
everything and was so discouraged that
I couldn't bring myself to take hope in
v i. e.. .-. knrmr of It and 7thing. You can imagine try sur
hrank from the horror of it ana v . Innlicatiou of
hta mind locusea ou tu. Hcrles Mentho Sulphur almost corn-
mannered little man who . rfetely dearrf ii ilda I could have
been the cause of It all. t danced with iovl la a short time Ton
AH through his three years Inr-rouldnt know my skin tt was so
. ... .
prison Boh Terry had nuriureu a.
hatred against Peter Borden, and!
now, tasieaa oi i'uuius
hatred dispelled, he discovered
that It was magnified. Peter Bor
den the sacro-sanct. Peter Borden
the man of Intransigent honor.
Peter Borden the man who would
crucify a youne man because he
dear, so soft and white.'
Thousands of people are disco verinir
that there if a remedy for skin trouble
even -fiery, itching eczema I It s the
magical combination of sulptrar and
menthol sulphur for dearirur the
skin, menthol for heal ing the broken
and irritated tissue. Rowks llentho
Sulphur is iriexpenshre and all drug
rists-supply it -in jars ready tq jua
xjc sura si awstica
of those with property who pass from the scene without making a
trill. FULLY INTENDED TO MAKE ONE! Yet. it an utter stranger
attempted to dispose of their property, these same property owners
would resent it and rightly so. .But, that is Just what would
happen if you let the State "make your Will. How much mora
satisfactory It would be to have your Attorney draw your Will
today, naming the Trust Division of this bank as Executor and
Trustee, thereby insuring the distribution of your eetate according
to your original Intentions. Why not step la. and talk it over with
us today t
United States National Bank
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