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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
HOOVER OR JOHXSOX !
Hoover is the only republican candidate committed to the
-v ,"" . " ' ' ' " ' .. ! support of the League of Nations. Those who want the League
fiuodar b The Capita! Journal Print- 01 .i
itions, should support the league candidate. Those who cp-
ImtCo-. " commercial street, i the league, should support Johnson, the outspoken opponent
Telephone Circulation and Bust--1 ., ,. , , . ... , ,. r ,v
n office. i: F.jnwai rooms. s. oi me league, ine iinai cnoice 01 me repuDiican convention w;u
o. Putnam. Ednor r;d publisher. : lay between these two candidates and these two factions.
tnL-re-J as aecwnd eiias mail uil
Cr st Salem. Oregon.
By carrier is cents a month.
1 . . . . , . . ... ."
anu none excepi lxiwaen, is a sincere mena ot tne League. W ood
t has gien it a perfunctory endorsement, but does not profess to
tc a month. $1.15 for three believe in it, and in his speeches questions its efficacy and stabil-'
a HoTl fSffV.t'ntlSi it"- Harding, while a supporter of Lodge reservations, has shown
BY ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
.tne nennouse. ado wiuic im ouihni at. jar. Lrov ...
!l cant throw stones here, can I?" most of the company could nof"
I Everybody had to agree with the ; thinking that the old gentlema '
' Major. At least, everybody but Mr. j the thief, after all. And when h
I Crow remarked that wnai ne sam into a rage iney ret -uj.
. twaa nirlrv 'c
"Now, friends." said Major Monkey! "e s'ways knew Mr. Crow
B l-jct 'if thcr hnv hMn miv esrcrs : vlu rascal.
missing from your nests lately you
can't blame me."
'Then whom can' we blame?"
"I'd hate to say," was Major Mon-
Elwwher IS a year.
order of IT. S. government, all 1
fbaa subscriptions are payable in ad
JIAJOK MONKEY CONFESSES that there was no reason to make'
Major Monkey seemed surprised merry, so far as they could see. j
V-,;., ,:, . iv. t -.i . .- -'"ir jay ioia mm mat mere Jiajor jior.Key promptly stopped
i Ills enmiiy 10 ine league Wlin Or WlinoUl reservations. . wasn't a bird family in the whole dancinr and 1. Hiked sieved 1
ii me republican party is to oppose the treaty and the League, ,hat felt could Epare sirgie -Perhaps you would dance, too, if
; key's answer. But since he looked j watching.
they exclaim a
And so Mr. Crow took himif
But he soon recovered h i? 0tt
spirits. He was uwd to beinr
names. And to tell the truth h?r
taken a few ggs now and' ,
when ha thn,h "--
ItO back UD its decadent Dolitical leaders in the spnatp Jnhnann ia eg-. 'ou bad Just had sood meal of
ZrTlL"n7rs.T$Z-- VV ! U d V6 n0mmated- If the republican party, how- care, how many Cowbirds' eegs yoaj A shriek went up from his listeners.
H. oekwedT People. Cas bldg CVeF- iS to s"PPOrt the League and ratify the treaty, it Should t Th Cowbirds are pests. They(And old Mr. Crew exclaimed loudly:
chigo. 2inominate Hoover, the only believer in the treatv, who alone could t0 build n,iS" of their,'Put hini out: p" Jor Monkey
; , . .... own. Ana no respectable oird fami'v out
SLSTtlSSL iSS? dPended upon to assume the Obligations and responsibilities k to have a ,outLh young Cow-i But nobody made a move. And
JiilUtotto vm 7VUbl;Zv Toi th3t Mon t0 lhe nation. to bric up with their own chil- Major Monkey turned to Mr. Crow
ii news diDatche credited to it or Hoover has stiltwi that ho umilrl a,vor.r iha rl,l;n : "'"'' oul ,ou na Bone too far. lou and satd:
- .... ... ...... - - ..VH.U "'v.'i ntv. i Ljfu kii-ci u jmmui.
Do Not Get Careless
With Your Blood Supply
Impurities Invite Disease.
i p,b!" "h ; Wited it adopts a forward-looking, liberal, constructive
platform on the treaty and on economic issues and the cartv Dro-
. poses measures for sound business administration of the country,
neither reactionary nor radical. He is the only candidate advocat
ing such principles.
11., -n ..i.,t ..."
. i tn iiuiuiiiaiioii wui mane me republican- party a real
:.irhri.-M om-aid Wert. e-gov- ;'Party f progi'ess hence he is opposed by the reactionaries. Those
ernor ot Oregon. h pre-nted tn ih no want the republican party to again be dominated by liberal
S"JtoiruijZ"ii0"!ftnd co"iitructive forces. will work for Hoover for president.
lose is due him for services in con- ' VV KIV RV I'k"4CC
nwtion with the payment by the gov 1 Mlt' 1J 1 hAfc. I
eminent of over Husoes in back tav-! ,ProlaUy the most fantastic effort to make peace on record
r T "T T"xh,'rn ""'f--'i the ludicrous attempt of the United States congress to declare
"n,h Ther;k Z'Z ly - Ug to function and refused to
received recently by the unty use the recognized agencies of nations, congress blithely usurps
tb county court h;i not et taken the constitutional rights of the president and attemnts bv the
any scllon on the claim but will di.- jmn!o nt f ce.-; u.. ,
ro. of it in .me way before ai.iv i ' 1 ' 1 1 & i''i".c lm iuiuiiiiiui.il to resume relations
, with Germany and dictate our foreign policy,
the . ine resolution is an unwarranted invasion of exwutivp re.
III H TI 1 H I
Vunt rVilly Mddlct4 Ls!" be jcerml.
rurtL-md gven nifniber of
lo- al P-Uce force w- re ,l,s,i,.t txmsibilitie.S. an attemnt bv .ohpt tn !! nA AV . V.e .n. e right and left.
iroin the department fililr.v. the c-- fr f, . ' ii lL 1. uiciBn Ana the time has con
onof the ciiief of iM.ii.-e. Jenkins, he-1 aIIairs-- Germany is told that unless she also proclaims peace a gtp to you thievi"
Jug the r.u!t. he announced of the alia accords to the L nited Mates all the rights and privileges this' number of Jasper Jay s bird
Bl li.ai.lt Iwi, I .i It. in; . . . . i 11 ...... - - -
And the time haa Come for UK tn mil
iM-ing pUced under arrem luxt Su
am-aen ucriiiptuni b i ea M.t w-....nn ii t . , , ... - - . ; neiKnnors nan nih.ii o,.., 1,1
Cs, , year old when to ... uf- raU 10 " the peace treaty,; and Major Monkey whi tv taIw Z '.1 1 d In the woods
'"What's wrong? Have I said some
thing I shouldn't?'"
"Said:" the old gentleman echoed.
"You've not only said a terrible thing;'
you've done a still worse one! Fori
you've just been stealing eggs again !
and you can't deny it." j
A great clamor arose all at once. . I
"Hear: Hear!" Mr. Crow's friends
And Major Monkey had hard work
to make himseif heard. I
"Whose eggs do you think I've
been eating?" he asked Mr. Crow.
Not knowing the exact answer to1
the question, Mr. Crow pretended not;
to hear it at all. But he looked so
slyly at the Major that the Mainri
himself was not deceived. He winked
at Mr. Crow and shied a pebble at'
"I'll tell you, old boy:" the Major'
cried. "I've been eating hens' eggs."
"Hens' eggs:" everybody, repeated'
after him. ' Hens' eggs!- Where do I
you get 'em?"
"At Farmer Green's henhouse of
course." the Major answered. "I've'
ueen going mere regularly for some
t rind that he eggs are bigger!
Yon should pay particular bad
to any indication that your blood
eupply it becoming iluffyufc. or
that then ia a leaaeninf la it
strong and rital force.
By keeping your blood purified,
your system mora easily ynris off
disease that it ever present, Wait
ing1 to attack wherever thera is an
opening. A few bottle of S. S. 3-,
the great TtffatabI blood madi.
etna, will retitaiixe yotrr blood and
giTa yon Mf atraigta and a
Withy, vijroToaa vitality. Every.
om seeds it Just bow to keep the
system in perfect condition. Go
to your drug store and get a bottle
to-day. and if you need any med
ical advice, yon can obtain it with
out cost by writtnjr to Medical Dl.
rector, Swift 8 pacific Co, 109 Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. f
as other nations have done, it shall be the duty of thepresident to An(1 thy an spoke up and' said ml, "I,'s .no wom1er he'8 tting fat,"
esiaonsn an emuargo upon all intercourse with Germany, violation 15 ' ,oua tonM ,nat -MaJr donkey i-J. , 'C 'T a as nc gazed at
.1 x . "F ( waa a villa in anfi h i a j" .vjunKe . .
1 Anyone might think that for once L,3. hZ t0 stop eatin o
ithe Major would have eie,i th. mucn- Mr. Crow, told the MaW
III this simple and childish fashion, our concessional states-' But he did not. Hei."1 Poll' wooichuck
... ..... nau nor ci'.in -hn . . . . .... - - i-
B..ir inai ne
making a few
c . . . u - i : , ! . i - ...... - . nao a, Fiiiain anrt .
i ui vtiiiiii in iraue. travel, iinnnro nr choeiftr m tn K r,:.kj u.. .
Pnnrn - . ' ' ,a iv, it UIIISHCU UY
t.nnrup. owntT , r-.na ... ;,:.!. Ltu r J
oev v imp. inU.lll.CIll, VI Will
1 Oranrie H.
and proprietor of a hotel at llllgar-1.
which recently was burned, hus been
tMiund over to the
Undrup, charging that Emirup bur.i- prtK'lamations yet this is what
u me uuiiuing, wnun wag un old ; ,.nl,fll iu ntfpmntino
landmark In Hllgard. wl.h the Intel- tal',s tempting.
tion of Collecting the Iniiimnce which
fee had on the structure.
uwVr.thIf Jf"r ' me? W0U1,1 by Ukase establish ce. "new commercial relations, wa. J'?
t'l": make valid the Provisions of a treaty twice rejected. Nota1-" '
mad the complaint ngamst even the Bolsheviki hae attempted to supplant treaties by soviet'nnI"!!,i'a,',1,e,
bv soviet , . ne stuck his red caP "
uy sovjei.one Slde of , , h A
- w-. si,, uaiic-
Baker Members of if searching
party returned here Friday nfiernoii
luiiKiessiuuai ins something that might have been
.a jig if It had been faster.
If the resolution passes both houses, which is nrohahlp it'. 1 aclon made a" the Wrd very
ai..'II .1 ! ?i . . aw
iu uc eiwo, ami even u ii secures support enough to pass over
And some of them exclaimed
v"v icnouu VOU mmv an
many stones ia .
""-and feel in too hlrt"
mor Monkey looked disgusted
when he heard that speech
"Aunt Polly Fiddlesticks!" he
Jeered. ''She doesn't know what she's
"" "me i must spend at
the veto, the constitutionality of the novel proceedure must be,'"'1 thatX collaised ln
passed ujxm by the supreme court before effective so that the! ' Lyimr in the ciiai.
rom the vicinity of ourkee, or., with I whole proceedure is childish and futile characteristic of the most' When 1 canie to myself'
;r,Ve ?u Vm ; b:;;',ncapau,e congress t,,at ever misruletl a weary land.
believed to have nmde a forced land
ing late Thursday on a rough sage
l.rush hillside. It was suggested that
the airplane may have passed safely
over a high hill nt a low altitude and
that the sunset may have led spect i
T n-o. 1..
1 . - - nna J 1
...s m ,ne cnaise lounge where i
.. o uuen seen my mother's fragile
"u Jonn was kneeling beside
Bering my arms and handa
I CURBLVG RENT PROFITEERS.
Between property owners who refuse to build and nrnfitooi-. Wth kisses.
t l.J IJ. n.t.... . .. : . -...vw . . .
jiik mnu-iorus, isaiem uoes not oner tne most inviting opportunity C .Dea8t- a st, Kather-
to the new-comer. Rents have been raised, in some rnses n nnnriJi- k. t1'?: ... 1 d0 not mea"
tors tn belleva th.t II hA full... .i.Jri'il npr CPIlt in iha noil vn oJ .nil n ,,,.. ' out 'nen I think
" , r- v, fu.,, juu uuu nun iu e ooaniig. uare SnOUIQ vanng more for another
"" ,ue exereiseu iesi greed ana extortion drive population away faster . for me 1
'Ihnri PTilarnrun nnrl ii-ie,f.i-4i,u., ... ... .......
. ...v. t-. .v "mu xp ui luuiiy nun Hiu act, 11. 1 "I do iui
..v..,, vi, ,a uui aiuuc me viciini oi ine lana-ioras e tnan
rortlniul Will 11. raly, fedenil
fair price commissioner for Oregon.
hext week a cniiipa
an endeavor to
the cheaper cuts
ers. Daly also announced that he Is
Considering- the advisability of estali--lisiiuig
the dally publication of a
schedule of fair prices for principal
food commodities. A preliminary sur
vey, ho Su hi, Indicated that prices for
milk nml produce are niuuli lowir
In Beattle, than In l'oitland.
I dO for VOU. John 1
.,,TMWJf!l',ifrreedVwh0 lakinfir advantagro of the housing shortage, proceeds te" you that i 'wish i
Cense t'r 5 .o Profiteer. It is, rather, one of the last cities to suffer. Through-ttTakTpo". 7 Iove ,u;'
of meat by cot.ssm.jOut the east, the exactions of land-lords and speculators in amrt-'make me so unhL. e for ou 10
nients and tenements has created widespread protest and added' "'If belnB unlapp- u a test of iove
to the ferment of unrest. then 1 am ver- much in iove with
The New York legislature, forced to act by the whriesalefc'
evictions of tenants, has passed a series of bills, designed to curb 11,18 ia le first time, gi, that you
rortlandWhat Is said to be
largest guardianship fee ever
rent profiteering and the city of New York is providing free legal evf.r. n,ade me unhaPpy"
service for tenants in the enforcement of the new laws. .. Kmy X "i
LndoB the recently enacted New York statute if an owner never." he answe
was so ridiculous. If I
eary, so exhausted.
..e ,ralsos tne rei,f mm.e fhan or. ..... . u .. . . . I smiled. It
fumed In , - . . , .... . ,tv... v oiK.ii ux: jjiuim h . .
II... nml,. I. .,.,. ,.t i lat'lP PVlllMlCP t lint h 111 lllTif 1 1 nofi 11 f n..,l it,. . 1 Ull .1 1 - " ""11 ) w
v.-Mi, , -in iiiuu eoun ; . . -. ..ivv . inji, uu uic ictll niiau Uien UB-I Would hav M .
tw for his service. . Kuardi.,,. of th-! ex cr! 13 entitled to a fair and reasonable return upon his invest-"?"1 a9 " wa8 1 closed my eyes,
ate Thomas I'rlm-e. who died in Sa i-1 L ' .. "a ",OUBn 1 c0"ld not speak
A similar law in Oregon would do much to curb the profiteer
and lessen the high cost of living.
ta Hnrharu, Out., February 3. 1H:0.
Mr, rnnco, who was part owner of a
large Massarhuseti machine man-i-factuting
company, left an exiate val
ued nt approximately fiOO OoO.
rorlland Prior to the report of
tils execution In riiil.imt. ibo luxt i l ip
ler of John Heed was written In Ab-l-'inland.
about a month ago, when li
A MODERN' 1USTAWP!
lly neighbor, Swatson, passing wise, believed in lots of exer-
"Jl.-w tight Yon Arc"
John noticed my exhaustion anfi as
he picked me up In his arms he ex
claimed "Why. girl, how light voii
are l did not realize that your illne
had made you so thin. Ton seem like
a little weary child. Oh. Katherine, 1
guess I have been a brute to you -dont
wonder that you arc ready "-.o
fair in love with Karl ShepaVd or anv
...e, .., Inat ls KMi t0 you C(Jme
was reported that he had been tak.-i Clse. He took long tramns throilirh ilale
ty and diamonds and a great fund ".f, V , ""f ' A"d hp WOllld COme t0 me lld Say,ibcd' ' " call Hannah to
cf soviet propaganda in hi- possess!.,,, I , ' iw you loaf the livelong day? You are too fat for any use; prpar,e for 8leep"
th? r,a . f the vast e'ulation of
er, ST?; re60n Manufactur
ers . published by the Associated In
dustne, of Oregon, hundreds of inqulr-
irsbX h indU8tr'es ln te
are bemg showered upon the offices of
.c Associated Industrie, of Oregon
t k' manag" who was m Sa
The r f ,told a "Psentative of
The Capital Journal. These ino iH.
herring principally totft'
vlriom ,0rke ""wi n
said. """' Jlr-
In the direetnrv o.
such a director .r " .Irom
that it ho,,ia .""e advertising
sul in ev. " e of every American con
sul In eery foreign port anu iand. . "
each commerrini i 'ana, sna
than so o I " ln cities oT '"e
estimable : .k,?t ve Is in-!
' ' " "i""'on of Mr. Clark.
. To Play Sunday
the directors' e ' . ..".am'nt fPr
This is No. 1 of s series of advertisements, prepared bv a
competent physiaan, explaining how certain diseases which
attack the air passajessuch as Pneumonia, Influenza, Whoop
ing Uugn, Measles or even a long continued Cold-often leave
these organs in an inflamed, congested state, thus affording a
favorable foothold for invading germs. And how Vick's Vabo
Kub may be of value in this condition. .
re made con
Your doctor will impress uoon
you that following recovery from
ine acuve stage of influenza,
there often remains an inflamed.
congested condition of the air
passages' throat, larynx, bron
chial tubes and lunzs.
Frequently the cough hangs on
soreness of the chest persists
you take cold easily and there
may be obstinate catarrh. This
condition is slow to clear up and
if nlected mav favor the de
velopment of pneumonia, or later
on, serious disease of the lungs.
Such cases should continue
under the care of their nhvsirJan
should exercise moderately in
the open air cat plenty of whole
some food avoid overwork and
Niehtlv aonlirari'nna nt VJ1,.
VapoKub mav helo natim. t
complete the process of repair
Because Vicks acts locally by
stimulation thru the- skin to
draw out the inflammation, at-
iract tne Diood away from the'
congested spots and relieve thei
cough. In addition, the media-!
nal ingredients of Vicks are
vaporized by the body heat I
These vapors are breathed in all.
night long, thus bringing tbV
medication to bear directly upon
the inflamed areas. "
Vicks should be rubbed ia'
over the throat and chest until
the skin is red then spread on
thickly and covered with hot
flannel cloths. Leave the cloth
ing loose around the neck and
the bed clothes arranged in tbs
form of a funnel so the vanon
arising may be freely inhaled. I
If the cough is annovintr. swalW
a small bit of Vicks the size of
samples to new user will K
sent free on request to the Vick
Chemical Company, 231 Broad
iJireei, ureensboro, N. C
3ody guard .
1 11 t..K .
down on theilinks tomorrow L.1 . 0n the rlub
ncement 10 tn?
ifor Htich a waist there's no excuse. W'hv Ann't van waiu- f-niuo' .He kissed nc softi and such ha.
As a part of lis collection of freaks miles 01' nine, and have a shntiolv form liko minor' Ana ha lo .' . Ule SU'' John's kiss has, morrow'
nouncement of Ercel K,l , ! an'
of arrangement,Efr thKeVol.f.T
the first motor vehl. lo to be eiliil.lt- ,ln.) nnrl in hi. sie. .hit. T u I ... 1 : i . .' ."r '"at my arms stole in
Cd around the country, was among the , ,i a V I,, 3 f. V ' T ' ,ltI c u,' ' ' , . , lie W3S: alout his neck and I did not mind
liter attractions In a circus In 1890. Wltne tn,ee wefks Ago! Then came the flU and laid him l0W.l?wn he hurt of my bruised shoul-
I The same disease mixed things with me, and lost its pep and had
in recognition of his military er. to flee. The rules of health are tiresome stuff: thev make life's! Tomorro'-John sees a new light.
S LnT ne" WinR doubly rough, and I have alwaays let them slide, and i'- .ST .
riven special permission by ihe pub. "an on "acre neann ians (tieo. l do not sit up, in distress, to.ujo in 1 ruining
lie service commtioilon to niunu . COIIllt the SVItlblnms T nnsspaa A ilrmm cmiiia anA wi,,e tk..' O
motor car in l'hlladetphla. I'a.
Sixteen n)av,.. '. . . '""rnament
. e io qua tv to
Kiles of automobiles in niltlsh Col
umbla totaled U00 cars last year,
ltubber tires on motor trailers are
required In Michigan and Wisconsin,
8i count, me symptoms i possess, a dozen scouts, and more than
that, have told me I'm too beastly fat: I ought to follow where!
they led and I hang on, and they are dead. I eat too much, and
I despise all modern forms of exercise; and still I live and write
my verse, while wiser men engage the heasre.
T-etween t(i4 and TOOn motorcycles
are In use In the Netherlands.
WW J' A
. I, -t....:- S iW
LOVE and MARRIED LIFE
By the Noted Author
ID AH McGLOXE GIBSON
School Give Coin
To Armenia Relief
When it comes to real charity the
amp.e set by the boy, at the state
I':",, .r1?0"1 Wh, of merniol!
but VhV Vne T, Waa ",ade at t ehool
out tnis morning rha, , .
Wih represented a substantial purse COmmi,ion-
dual it v ,-,
the tournament of Ltf
which was set for w aS'
Postponed on arcoun , da' but
the club menZp, ho, " Wany of
dtv. wilt r!:.?- beins out ' the
at 2 o'clock toZ 81 ,he ""''""se
eiocK tomorrow afternoon.
Reported In Week
-- .m.u or 444 accidents nf
four were fatal or
More an 17 Million Jars Used Yearly
One bottle of pure, emulsified Norwegian cod liver oil taken
now, may do you more good than a dozen taken a month
hence. It's more economical to give your body help before
resistance to disease is broken down. A very little
OF PURE NORWEGIAN COO-LIVER OIL
goes a long way in sustaining strength and keeping up re
sistance. Resolve that you will buy a bottle of Scott's
Lmulsion at your druggist's on your way
home, and start protecting your strength.
Theerclutlye trade of cod llrer oil uxd in S.Xt'. EimUm is the famms f
t.Jr . Proce? " ,dl ' Norw, sad refined lo or awa America
MMrilona. It giunntM of porilr and ptlaUbuUr autuptued.
v Scott k Bawac. BloomBeld. N. J. Jt-n
K- v.i -si's W!w-wm-
re fatal ''-' " "cn
-"tate industrial accident " tne
"rig ,he wwv,"l?1e" commission
" -prii s, ac-
SptVikiV o' prnh'bhl""; -We've n-v-er
ks'nif.l till nnu- h t an !!..va,i4
' ""-r !i"s Kan M iilt ui I'
be married t'lm.miw, h:.i- lim-n irr-.,t,r-
;ai)ii m Mitovs hahi.m i.trrmt
.lohn quickly Uitf.ti.led karl Bhep-
ard letter, and not winning to 3e
the remorse that 1 was sure would
show In his face when he'Tcad It. I
turned to leave the room,
I was half say to tie door, how
ever, when 1 heard the sound of tear
lug paper nml I suddenly stopped
still. It didn't seem powriMe to ine!
Hut John Cordon would tear up my j
tetter, especially aa I knew h ka,t
quickly on In heels of this disturb
in tuouKoi came anotner whleh wai
irasic In the extreme. I knew that If
John, In a moment of quick uuuc
ibould detroy Karl's letter without
rea.llnpt it. he ould always be doubt
ful of it content. I turned aliout anl
faced him. Vjr this time he was tear
ing It Into tiny bits.
Why .,! jou do that. John?" 1
women do not bare their hearts
their husbands If they have anything
in tnem to conceal
out tnis momlnsr a check w.,. .cording to th. " 6 Apr"
which represented , . . u commis-io "P0" of the
which was donated by the boys alone' Thos wh'o died a, a ee. i. .
r.L1rC 'l,f..0t ,h" Offering 'hCl I-"-,' in Oregon tZl "?-
" "r r.ast, Kverv Mn were: Tho,. . .V" tne
nectcd with this institution donated , "J". Portland- Th,.' "PmlnSer- tip.
" , this worthy relief j. t 0, nilllman. KlamJ.'p 8 ,a W' Jti"r.
Ton may tell me what was !n tt "W. e ...... .. . I n tPr'
he sold, and I knew fro ,K ,' !een. ln" lht every!.. ln a-o,d
W. r. Cn,,. r?' J1"amook,
r .. . cates.
"It was then that I rrew anrrv
nd 1 Mid. "Vou have had voor
chance. John Gordon, and vou did ! hr Person ren,Vv .vl. ,
nol lak . . .. . !i, iunniy
. . ...... ,.- n. L am
ent Ported 4H VerJ
Provision, r., ere
ct. 1 s . w ",e rom-
i Knew from the tone cent thev h... .. . .. ! ,,.-,-. . repori
of hi. voice that his aneer dom.te.1 'v... .J. s evtT cent ! .J"' 10 the provisions
- - - - - j. i lliss HAAIMa as iLi. ! I'r IIS.! T 1 r r uic
in . ... ' v nn-iuin I i. i-3 n-pra f. .
-" fcei to the Armenians and will k. f corloratlons that ,. ms
d for relief work." J. Hu,chLi Pvlsion, of he . J I th
hd of the drive. Tl l Public u,m? - 'if'! a.n! 15 from
a small I '" J-rovisions of ih
The Trend of
It is as impracticable to follow old methods in
farming as it is in business. Conditions alter cases
sometimes in regard to production and to methods
of production too.
Loganberry raising for instance Is one example
. in this section whicri illustrates that point.
A bank connection like the United States Na
tional keeps a farmer progressing.
: persontase of ih. " M'"""
...... 1.1 " -"iirv cotistMfi S7.1.1.
not had time to lead a line nnl l ",iK 10 you "' mor tonlshf I !np of the Annenians ever r...T 1
a . ra Van " 1
vtMu oacn. come back, eirl hii.t.. .. UD your r..
, t risi in iuih,... .... '
Pleaded, as I started toward the door. ! I" ""ing the remark Is f
"No. 1 shall not corns back .., .r uful!y ignorant or mlici,..l
to the point, I sh..ll!h " " ti V "'"' cscnaea because1 1
- uo not c.lre ta donate." T
S-ilem Is still , . .u I
Hutchason said. "VJ7m Mr'i
heln ihi. "uenning to
.Ah.U.fa.U8 to call v..
Vnti. John had ssl,l this , had not T
thnnlii ,if arti..k . .! . .. . . - vr IMrn t into the )i(es .
I have ,o desire to read anoiher Ln, ' ' ' Th" ' - .., ,T.. i v. .tU-rn fcih schciM
he ,m- go quietly out ot mv life or u, ' I hlrti. -I "tJ lr that he Is I
.ia( .more, to the point, i ah.ill h, "T "VJ
never tell vou uh .t ... ... i ne or 8h" do
(ii.-.. jei j
"Come back, some hack. Kather-
...r. ,,re you going to leave me for-i S,i!l.. ..' ' . "
I l v.apltal Busin
-OMTrns TAKES nATD
Washington. "April ift.T
M Rompers, p LnfX
Tork t r- V ." ,rom ew
. eoeratmn fei
m ui iove lelur to mv wif,
Not a laie Ij-der
ih. John, you mul know that It
was not a love letter. Why Karl lull
me rklu In The 1,-tser lo show It to
you. 1 kept it purposely tint you
niiuM s.-e It. Im jou f.,r one luoio t
"''-'!' - i! tl ! real love le'! r
that I ., .1 h.,ve i t V--.U -e it - .!,. ,
out of hu, 1 would at lc.,,, have .i "and hopes to go VveV ,h , , ? f"r, str
.inee from this pair, from this 'full .mount. " th?
heartache. Hnshl.il. . . ,,uUh w donit- T .
. . ! t'nie to this work and his trie.i
John came swiftly forward and i ,0 th, amount nwded tlh ! ' '
'aueht me to him. t . little ti.Ki . needed with as
ters of n npqu,r-
rials here trnni.t ...
the Purpose of the'
was understood "
fr with n,.V """.
or railroad en-.m..
a ... .
1 1 oalem
T'VV.m'mt.m sm ssk n&
I " :
immiht .... . . ... i - - -e
.... . . "... itmipn wt. n n
'o Mm. In itin ... iie trouble . : umt
bu.t luy shoulder which h hand haj' Ths work omslde of Silem u heie ' CMc'1tr Apr. 19Ch?"
,,ruw- 1 ,,J know whether . carried on also In the Lmi ,od;iJ" scarchlncf ,1 VaV-
".vicsl p or whether , ' C but tt wil, UtLVJ thieves" IL'Zl '
W4S luctlis.. I roul.l ....... - !f tin.. ... weKS '... -'-".ovu CKm
"' Jn a moving van.
LADD & BUSH
. General Banking Businesj
Office Hours f rom 10 a, m. to a .