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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
kx independent newspaper
Published every evening except
S b,7.p' JUJT V
Telephone circulation na bui-. to educate tne roys ana giria, mey can educate inemseives il mey
vm Off If. 81: EdHorM rooms. Il.j 8re made of the ght kind of Stuff."
o. putnam. Editor nd Piibiihr.j u j3 tjme wasted to attempt to reply to such unanswerable
Entered a second cis mau iiiij arguments as those put forth by the enlightened orator. It is al
tar at saiam, Oregon. ,most unbelievable that they are made in the progressive 20th
By carr winu Rn?h. By century instead of the dark ages. But they were, and in the
gull o a month. l.ti for three ; Capital City of the State, tOO.
Kontha, $2.15 for ix month n ierj n wyj be remembered that last winter the same distinguished
ElwherM5i! ATai PoU c0UaUM' ! speaker denounced the modern bath-tub as a needless frill and
'Tordtr ofu. 8. "toTernment. an ! sighed for the return of the unwashed pioneer days, with their
an subscriptions ar payable to ad-: hardships and discomforts so it is not surprising to find pub
Advertising rpresenuiiiTOB vw. x.
Ward. Tribune Bid.. New York; W.iueiii, ufa. - , , . . ,
a stockweii. Feopies om bidg.. j What a crime it is to use the taxpayers money to educate
Cnlcag- ! i children when the dollar is so much more valuable than the
member of associated press ; child ! American civilization is all wrong any way. The little
wuuednV'L frpbutnV'of red school house idea was a fundamental error committed by the
au new dispatch credited to h or (founders of the republic! What a pity Judge D'Arcy was not
not otherwise credited in thu paper j there to protect the divine right of ignorance and illiteracy.
ad also local new publishod herein.! r..A tva i:j i. v j: u: ut.
Portland. The reKixtratkm of Mult
iinm.ih county voters fur the M iy pri
mary election In believed to hrtve
ranched the 100,000 mark whnn the
book cloned Tuesday nilit. iron,
early mornlnr until the closing hours,
citizens lined the court hotme corridor
nnd officials said more thnn two thou
sand tinmen were added to the rolls.
The totals have not been complied.
' Pendleton. Blue Mountain Kaseliill
limsrne, comprising I'endelton. Pilot
Hock, Helix, Athena, Milton Freewater
and Walla. Wulla, lias been orennined.
It w;is nnnouneed here toduy. The sea
lion will open April 2fi with 1 trams be
twen Pendelton nnd Tilot Rock here.
Portlnnd. Portland's campaign
Afralnct rent profiteers was halted
temporarily when Commissioner C. A.
Blgelow succeded In havinar passage of
the Htitl-proflteerlng ordinance m
pended until Frldnj'.
Portland. Anltallon of boycott
nrraliiMt potatoes has had an effect tn
weakening the market for them here,
according to local dealers. Offerings
were made by farmers In the market
Wednesday of potatoes at from $5 hi
$6 a hundred pounds, a drop of from
$1.50 to 12 a sack since a week ago.
Wholesalers have cut their price as
low as 7 In some cases, It was sild.
Portlnnd Planting of hops this sea
son In Willamette valley will reach a
lilgh mark, according to Information
reaching ths traffic department of the
railways here and the probabilities nre
that the acreage will be larger than
ever before, It wan said today. Al
though as high iih 7Co a pound has
been made with growers by doalera
and exporters at tfi cents, 43 cents
and JS cents, nccnrdlng to grade and
time of delivery.
Portland. Portlnnd Is going to be
able to house and feed all visitors who
will come here during Hhrlns week,
June 20 2(1, according to a statement
issued by Hark Woodruff, secretary of
the general committee of the 48th an
nual session of the Imperial Co'jncJU
A., A. U N. M. H. .VTnejNt-ttrty been
,nim reaching' Portland from the
eastern states that Portland was hav
ing difficulty In thin matter, but , we
have sent out word that all who oome
will be cared for comfortably. We are
expecting 75,000 visitors," he s:ii
State House Notes.
The Dailies of 179B licensed teal es
tate brokers appear In the Oregon di
rectory of real estate men Isannrt by
the reiil estate department., of the
nlto insurance commissioners office.
The directory Is dated April 1, since
which lime a number of new names
have hee'i added to the Ht briiining
Ihe total of licensed brokers at this
time up to 1921. C. V, Johnson, man
ager of the department, expects the
list to easily reach 2000 till year.
Inst year's Jlst Included Only
Physical connection between the
lines of the Deschutes Mutual Tele
phone company and the Crooked I'ln
Iter Telephone association at Van Al
. Inn's raneh midway between Kcdmomt
onil Prlnevllle. Is required in an or
der issued by the Oregon public serv
ice commission Wednesday.
Another allotment of Multnomah
drainage district No. 1 bonds, in the
um of 19000 was submitted to the
decretory of state's office for record
Thursday. This Is a part of a 1400. 000
issue voted by th (district which hna
all been spproved for certification by
the state Irrigation securities flommht
Ion. PI.AV I.OXfl CAXOK TRIP
Portland, Or. A trip of 650 miles tn
a canoe, through Idaho, Washington
and Oregon, on the gnnke and Colum
bia rivers, is planned by A. O. Ilnu
nmn, Lewlston, Idaho, merchant thts
ummer. according lo a letter received
from him by the chamber of cntnmereu
here, lie Intends to go from I,elston
to Pasco, W'sKh., on the Snake river,
fnene down the Columbia to this
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NO NEED OF SCHOOLS ANYWAY. (
Stakinz before the Marion County Grange at Salem. Wed-
' nporjav. Judrre P. H. D'Arev in
, k;lla rWlaroH
! ' "The whole educational system is wrong,
. .... .....
lic schools classed, with bath-tubs, as useless luxuries of deca-
. . i
iwncici, ii iuugc unilj uvcu luu idle, lie lo uuing ins ucoi,
to make amends. If education cannot be withheld from all the
children, at least it can be from some of 'them, and 'so we see him
advocating the crippling and demoralization of the schools by
withholding adequate financial support.
Judge D'Arcy in his discussions of public questions refers
In such flattering terms to himself as an illustrious example of
the self-educated and self-made man, whom the country could do
well to emulate, that it creates the suspicion that he is in love
with his teacher ana worships his creator. -
THE IRISH MUDDLE
No matter how great Lloyd-George's achievements as a states
man in world affairs, his record in Ireland is that of a blunderer,
going blindly from one blunder to another. Whether anyone else
could have done any better, with the Irish in their present temper
Home rule was denied Ireland for years and when finally of
fered, was rejected as unacceptable. The Irish want to establish
a government, independent and probably hostile to England, and
to this the English are opposed because the safety of the empire
is threatened. .
Ireland offered during the war, as in other wars for centuries
pant, the opportunity for national enemies tostrike at Great Brit
ain by the back-door. Only British vigilence prevented the Ger
man attentpt to precipitate an Irish rebellion from becoming suc
cessful. Anarchy and chaos have been increasing during the recent
years in Ireland. Murder and rapine stalk the land. To preserve
order, the government has been driven back upon military occu
pation and it has proven a failure, compelling neither obedience
to the law nor suppression of crime. Arrest of law-breakers
makes public martyrs of them and the government is powerless to
coerce the people. Every effort at adjustment or compromise,
ends in failure. .
What the final outcome will be is shrouded in shadows, but
it is to be hoped some method of compromise, other than war, will
be found to adjudicate the difficulties and prevent Ireland's be
coming a shambles as has occurred before under similar conditions.
As a result of Nebraska primaries, Old Doc Wood has canned
Colonel Proctor, the soap millionaire, and installed ex-Postmaster
General Hitchcock as manager. Soapsuds are a luxury in prac
Uruguay now proposes an American League of Nations. But
senate reservationists will prevent the United States from assum
ing any obligations. ,
Stock market and grain market manipulators are engaged in
one of their periodic trimming of speculators who sit in on their
stacked -gmo;'But there is no trimming of II. C. L..
The price of wives has gone up two cows on the Congo. Only
a cattle king could be a blue-beard in that country.
THE HELPFUL RAIN.
For months our state was dusty, no water fell thereon; the
wheat was brown and rusty, dried out the sickly lawn. And oft
we got together, with briny in our eyes, and cussed the sinful
weather and all the forecast guys. And pessimism brooded
among us, far and near, and it, alas, included much language punk
to hear. Sometimes the clouds assembled and made a bluff at
rain; then how we stood and trembled, and hoped and hoped in
vain ! The fool winds came a-whooping and blew the clouds away ;
and we, wilh spirits drooping, went weeping to the hav. And
all our faith was shaken in everything below ; our world had lost
its bacon, our heritage was woe. And then at last the water came
tumbling from on high; Old Pluvius, he shot her from somewhere
roumi uie RKy. nigni me rain
1 a 1. l II 1. 111..
the lea, nnd soon the rills were roaring in tumult to the sea. And
then you should have seen us, how merrily we strode, the mud
holes strewn between us, as we went up the road! Then all our
griefs were banished as cheap and tinhorn fakes, and pessimism
vanished in less thnn seven shakes.
LOVE and MARRIED LIFE
By the Noted Author
ID AH McGLONE GIBSON
My Mother's Will
John hung back as I started toward
tho door, nnd he said, "Why, Kather
lite, you do not Intend to go down
stairs, do you?"
"Certainly I didn't dream for a
moment of having the lawyer 'and
Charles come up here. Did you?"
"1 thought that you would change
your mind finally," observed John,
"and tell me to go ahead nnd settle
XMn thing for you."
'I ean't understand. John, whv you
thought that. I told you this morn-
Ing that I should be present at the
roHding of my mother will. In fact
I n net think that my mother's law
yer would read It unless I were
"Oh, all right, all tight; have It
your own wny. I am not going to
'quarrel wilh you today, although I
might remark In passing that It seems
to Pie that lately It has been easier
than not for you to pick a quarrel
P-liln'l Morn To
"I -don't mean to, John; honestly 1
don't mean to. Bui can't you see,
dear, that however much t love
io you really love -me, Katherine,"
"Why of course I love you. X love
you so much that at times I wish I
not love vou at all: It hurts meisessed. with the execution nf two h
Vou funnv child." said John wllhito Charles and reouested ihnt Han,
a laugh, and my heart sank, bcoiuisejnah should draw from the monthly i
I knew that he didnt understand. i income accruing from the estate the s'cnnnkiana.
knew that Instead of realising that sum of 50. j Jeans Fuel and Transfer company,
what I had Just said to him -:; I do not know what made me do It, Portland; $4500; W. 8. Jeans, J, W.
trasic that he thought that It tias but as Ihe paragraph regarding Han- Herwit-k and o. S. Iayne.
only ti piece of coquetry en my part jnah was read I lifted my eyes to! The Northwest Knitting Mills. Port
Jlt'Wever, I stiid no more, as e had John's face, and saw his eyebrows land; 12500; II. C Steele, R. J. Ev
arrlved at the library door nnd the raise In surprise. My heart hardened ans and J. I. Steele,
lawyer and Charles were already immediately. j Increases in capital stock are shown
tiiei-B. AIo, dear old Hinnnh, my! Thx Love of Money n certificates filed by the following
nnulier's maid of many year.
1 was very glad to see Hannah'
.there, tieetmse her presence told me' more of It then he does of an thing KSIiott company, Milton. I'maliila
ithat mv mother hid rememtx red her . else in the world except himself. The county. liu.Mii to J.f: Crane
la t';e will, and I rather lutmef'.iOed-!l"k of complacency which he had on company '( Illinois corporation! $1 T,
v acknowledged . nte!f &. l hi face white he thought that mi Menu ,i $jt noa a.
vorv probable if ahe bad not done mother had left hep utile fortune tcti " 1 " " 1
attacking the educational millage:
We do not need;
II 1 !M il
i t i
was pouring ana spiasning on
John over the giving to her that
which I thought she deserved.
John seemed quite surprised to see
Hannah there, although he said
Hannah Hovers Nonr
Roth tne lawyer and Charles arose
as John led me to a scat and dear
Hannah hovered over hie, trying to
make me perfectly comfortable.
"lon't make me an Invalid," I
said. "I am perfectly well." -
"You certainly look the pavt," said
Cousin Charles. '
'Ves. doesn't she?" aald John
'triumphantly. "I told the doctor yes
terduy that Katherine would be well
enough to go home with me Immedi
ately, and you ran see that she is go
ing to be able to do so."
Charles looked at tne Inquiringly. I ;
was sure he thought my brilliant i headquarters at Vancouver, has been
color ami sparkling ejs was occas-1 granted permission by the state cor
ioned by tho nervousness I felt. And jporatlon department,, to transact bus
I knew he was right, as already I was lness In Oregon. The corporation Is
beginning to feel weak and trembly. LnDi,.I1..d ,,o0.oo. w. A. IMek-
I seated myself with an air of brava
do. I would not give up until 1 had
to. on that I was determined. How
ever, I think I knew better than any
one else In that room what was In
store for me.
Bereft of Ha legal verbage, my
mother's will left everything to "her
beloved and only child, Katherine
Gordon,' everything that she no-
quests. She gave my father's library
I Just can not understand - John's.
love of money; he seem to think ',
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
RUSTY IS JEALOUS
Before Rusty Wren came to live in
Farmer Green's dooryard the family
had been, known to oversleep now
and then. Working hard all day long
as everybody did (except Johnnie
Oi course, U was very silly of lilm to
lose his temper. '
Green, who played hard enough
goodness knows!), they Blept very
soundly at night. And two or three
times every summer they were sure
to rise late, Just by accident.
Though such a mishap always an
noyed Farmer Green, It never troub
led either the hired man or Johnnie In
the least. On the contrary, they
seemed to enjoy those occasions. But
was with great chagrin that I real
ized that my husband begrudged to
the old servant who had faithfully
waited on my father and mother for
years the tiny monthly sum that
would keep her from penury. My
thoughts were Interrupted by hearing
the lawyer read words to the effect
that I should be the sole executor of
the estate without bond, and that
everything, with the exception of
those two bequests, should be mine.
"With the exception of the house,"
said John, as the lawyer finished, "I
do not imagine , 4hat Mrs. Gordon's
mother had much to leave my wife."
"Until last week," answered thffl
lawyer, "I should have said you were
correct, Mr. Gordon, and that your
wife would probably have from the
estate only about 100 a month, but
laBt week, on some land which Kath-
erlne's father purchased many years
ago in Texas oil was found, and
have the pleasure of announcing that
hi ilk, '
a very rich
"Great scott!'; ejaculated John.
Tomorrow A Matter of Business
Well Received By
The footlights twinkled on, the cur
tain rose, and the packed house cran
ed forward for Its first glimpse of
the glee club in its conventional eve
ning dress, and then settled back with
a gasp as It beheld the songsters clad
In blue denim overalls which are so
much In vogUor at the present time.
Almost as great a surprise was the
whole concert, combining musical per
fectlon with the charm of unexpected
ness so characteristic of the college
atmosphere which the glee club in
jects into its performance. From the
opening chorus of "Jolly Students"
to the college hymn "Ode to Willam
ette" which concludes the program,
the audience was held In a spell of
appreciation and surprise. No more
entertaining program has been given
in Salem this past season.
Numbers which stood out strong
above the general excellence of the
concert are "Kstudiantina," the Span
ish college song accompanied by cas
tanets and tambourines, the solo
"Route Marchin' " by Vernon Sack
ett ,the quartet in' "The Gypsy Trail"
and "The Pipes of Pan" tenor solo by
Floyd Mclntire. Rip roaring comedy
had Its place In the sketch "Buxs-
Saw," by Kmmel and Craven, In which
Craven proved himself a. character
Impersonator of first rank, the earns
meeting songs by the quartet, char
acterizing the religion of the south,
and the farce enacted by the take-off
quartet, Easier, Moodhe, Lucker and
Kelso, who made fully as great a hit
as the real article, but In another way
1 For pure entertainment the Salem
audience received oneof the musical
treats of the year, and the only pos
sible criticism Is that the opera house
is not big enough- to hold all -of the
people who wanted to hear the con
cert. Washington Dairy
Firm To Operate
In Oregon Cities
The Columbia Dairy Products com-
nanv. a Washington comoration with
son of 604 East 3$th street, Portland,
will be Oregon representative of th
Articles of incorporation were filed
.Wednesday as follows:
A. J. Auto company, Portland; 20,
000; A. Jalotf, Hohn Oral Re and
Frank 8. Orant.
Aatoria-tieastd Auto Line, Astoria;
t:0.000: A. Jaloff, John Gratke and
Fink Studio. Portland;
lonll Fink, M. J. DePrato and
corporations: liollman cempanv.
Puctland, llj.OiHl t $2S,e; T. C.
she bids fair to be a verv rich!..' . 1 ou D0y8 ana B1"" wn vis"
ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
Iwlth Busty Wren to rouse them at'
dawn all that was changed. And
I Farmer Green remarked one day that
t one thing was certain; they would
lose no time that summer by staying
in bed too long.
That very afternoon he had to go to
the village. And when he came home
he brought several surprises with
Those surprises pleased Johnnie
and his mother so much that when he
went to bed that night Farmer Green
felt even happier than was usual with
him. He went to bed somewhat early
because he said he had more work
than ever to do the next day, on ac
count of his having gone to the
But happy as he was that night,
the following morning Farmer Green
was quite out of sorts. For the whole
family overslept. Not a soul awaked
until the sun had been up at least an
"I don't understand " Farmer
Green said at the breakfast table "I
don't understand why 1 failed to hear
that wren this morning. I must have
been unusually sleepy."
The hired man helped himself to
some more griddle-cakes and re
marked that it was a pity. But some
how he did not look sorry, in spite of
what he said.
"Weil go to bed early to-night
Farmer Green continued, "so we'll be
sure to wake up before sunrise."
And, strange to say, the next morn
Ing the very same accident happened
"I don't see what's come over me.
said farmer Green. "I don't hear
that wren singing right under my
"Open House" Will
Be Held By Local
Dealer , April 23
Lloyd E. Ramsden has announced
that he will hold "open house" on
Friday, April 23, tomorrow, and has
Invited all past, present and prosper
uve bicycle riders to their store. The
occasion Is the observance of the 25th
anniversary of the Dayton bicycle for
which thij local dealer has the
It Is part of a nation-wide celebra
tion which will be held in the stores of
Dayton dealers throughout the coun
A number of special features have
henn ornono'ail t. . iL. .1 s 1. 1. .
will be something of interest for every-
"uveBU.wU.I.b gWen to
Mr. Ramsden says that it Is inter
esting to compare the bicycles of today
with the crude affairs of 25 years ago
and which cost twice as much money
as tne modern bicycle. The Dayton
factory he says, has made more than
a million bicycles and is now building
them at the rate of one a minute.
A complete line of these bicycles
wui De on display for this special
Vast Areas Under
Blanket Of Lava
Hllo, Island of Hawaii, T. H. Many
square miles of country have been bur
led fathoms deep by the tremendous
lava flows from Kilauea volcano, 32
miles from here, which began spectac
ular eruptions during the latter part
or uctouer, and are still con
!Severnl large rivers of lava are in
action amid burning vegetation, giving
on a pungent "iron foundry odor,
wth waves of Intense heat
Two species of lava are visible In
all directions, pahoehoe. or smooth
lava and a-a the rought variety. At
one point a great heap of the latter is
advancing majestically towards the
sea at the rate of a hundred feet an
Throughout the length of the vari
ous flows are continuous successions
of underground explosions, due to the
violent escape of air confined in the
Halemaumau. the pit of fire In Kl
lauea's crater. Is spectacular to a de
gree. Hundreds of fountains of mol
ten lava are playing at a depth of 200
feet below the rim of the pit
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
E O and Hulda Steward to Dan
iel W Lawrence, 75 A In 98
IE ... nn
St Benedict Abbey to John B
Aichlmayr, It S and prt It 2
Benedictine add .. .
Mr and Mrs Joe Glgger to Net
tie A and W T Williamson It
S bl 11 Chemeketa
Rudolph and Minnie Schmidt to
George and Josephine Schopf
It 1 and 16 bl 2 Shaw 2000
Hurbert L nnd Augusta Fleet
wood to William H and Jen
nie Farr It I and i Sunnyside
Nettie A and W T Williamson
to Susan Grozen bl 4-6-6-7-
James and Amanda Hel"mick"t
M M Ranso hilt 10 bl 17 En
glewood add Sale m
D 8 and Bertie M Hildebra'nd
to T E McClean It 23 Sunny- '
side fruit farms
H P and Nora Bropghten "to "
v. mines a ana Hilda Reistad
.27 acres In 83 1W
r. a ln(ra D',h, t0 Otto
""ii oo A tn ss 1VV.?.
viries a ann Hilda Reistad to
Halvor Ashland, .20 A sit
A ?,1nd A L Com,it o A J Eoff
.1 A sit 78 V i80B
Isabelle J Wynn to C T and
S N jnd Elisabeth Hubbard to
A J struble bl 1 subd.vision
Mrs Rem nirton' w.ji ....
Ella Sand E M Croisan to A j
and Josephine Jerman prt D
L C Joseph Smith in 73 SW 16 000
A I. and Laura Main to E M
Croisan. i.Oi A in S3 4W
clarence w and Laura Giles tl
""..'i rr" A Ostren
.vi . central sri.1 s.
Julian and Uale""Fidler
."innerson 24 A
sec 13 ;
- . 1090 !
' Safety re tors are In great demand'
(its math Faiis. Local harU. i
'""e r;,'set the puce o( sh
window any more. I thought that
maybe the cat had caught him. But
there he is this very moment, on that
Everybody said It certainly was
odd. for the wren always sang as soon
'as it began to grow light
Well, that night Farmer ureen
went to bed before dark, declaring
that he must be up bright and early
in the morning.
"I wish that new clock I brought
home day before yesterday was an
alarm clock," he said. "Then I
wouldn't have to worry about wak
ing up on time.. Anyhow, I
ought to hear the wren again to-mor
But Farmer Green hoped in vain.
Though the cat had not caught Rusty,
and he had not moved aw,ay, either,
he no longer sang beneath Farmer
Green's window at dawn.
For three mornings he had gone to
the orchard to trill his dawn song;
and though they did not know the
reason, that was why the Green fam
ily rose late for three mornings run
ning. Once Rusty Wren had been proud
to be called Farmer Green's alarm
clock. But now something bad hap
pened that made him resolve to stop
waking the household.
It was all on account of one of
those surprises that Farmer Green
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There's No Picture Like the
Picture of Health
The greatest master-piece In the
Irt Gallery of Life is Nature's
"Picture of Health".
It is a mrv-.lou portrayal of the hnman
body at its beat. One beholds in its composite
detail a true symbol of strength. It presents
a figure of striking appearance in its erect car
riage, clear skin, sparklinir eyes, strong limbs,
steady nerves and Arm muscles;fairly vibrat
ing in animatwn keen, alert, fresh, and
spirited: with an air of unbounded confidence
and a face radiant in color and illuminated
with a glow uf bops and cheerfulness.
The Great General
nma mo crnraniua sa s rammer or enansted nerres as
ptWicsl forces than LVKO, the Brent general tonic. It tends to renew
the worn-out tissues, replenish the blood, create new power and endur-
...u .T,,,T ymu 01 uione wiwm weak, rrall, languid and
orer-wrpught as the result ot sickness, oleessive strain . worry or over
work, it a s reltshable appetiser, Baplendkl aid todinestioosiid a fine
functional regulator of the liver, Ifdneya and bowels.
au dragKlsts sell I.YKO. Get a bottle
sole Manufacturers: IYKO MEDICINE
T 1 .."V . KANSAS
For Sale by all Druggists. Always
Select Sensible Shoes
gj. " "
THERE may be other things on which your
peace of mind depends, but it's a safe bet that
one of the most important is your choice of J
shoes. You actually live in the shoes you wear.
When shoes are built right-you live in them'
in comfort. ''Extra service every step, com
fort every minute' in Buckhecht Shoes.
Buckhecht Shoes for you for active men in all walks
of life are told in a variety of styles and leathers from
, 8 to 1512 by principal sho dealers in the West.
Vt For Sale in Salem by f
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT (wfl
MANUFACTURERS -. srf rrr fifii,, SAN FRANCISCO
LADD & BUSH!
General Banking Buainecl
Offica Hours from
had brought home frnmTT:
For without intending to do .
thing.. Farmer Green Ld
Rusty Wren as well as Joh'4
his mother. J1aiue
Now. a surprise may be on. .
kinds pleasant or unpleasZ,01 H
strangely enough, the ver,7
delighted the Green famUyV
Wren into a spasm of Jealon? J
Of course, it was very !
to lose his temper. But be Jl8
upset to stop to think of that
Town Does Away
Old Officers Serve
Castle Rock, Cola tf it .
that the high cost, ot govern
the most important contribute i!
the high cost of Uving, then cL
Rock should be the cheapest Dw
which to live. plitc"
Municipal elections were to h. v
this spring. Mayor Hugh SheHah?
ger and all the other town effiZ
were candidates for re-elecUoa. a?
parently everyone thought the ten
got along all right last year taZ
Shellabarger and by unanimous
sent the administration has beesT
lowed to hold over another year wwi
out the expense of an election.
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Could Nature hare taken you for SwboJJ
Suppose you study yourself in the nimrst
ths present and compareyour looks. yonr faai.
tags and your condition with ths mural
characteristics of this picture of ths hmnu
body in perfect working- order, all parts si
which ant sound, wall organized and dispnsi
performing their functions freely, natural.
If you fall la any single point of roes.
Planes, yon are not the picture, of lueltk.
It's imperative, than, that yon look Is I
means to rebuild your strength, energy l
vigor to briiur your body up to s aortal
state of efficiency is all of its parts,
TO-DAY and you'll aoat-
LYKO Is sold In erlthwl
CITY. MO. lMmKaZZZ
m Stock at Perry's Drug Store,
I only, lie eiciura ee
Refuse ell wbaliluMe.
Vou will enjoy eating this Bake
Rite bread fresh from our
ovens, baked by men who ba?
the "know how" , of bread bak
" tog. Try one of our loaves and
see the difference.
457 State St. Phone 263
13 s. el t? 8 p. o.