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(Copyright 1920 by International F -
Bringing Up Father-By George McManus
Middle West Is
Woodburn, Or., Lec. 20 O.U.
McGulre, a r-iran'ative of tht
Graves Canning company ol this
WELL - IT'5 tOeSrsA EE
OH! WMST TO THANK "YOU
FOR TH L.OVELV BOX OF
CAHDY MR3, HOWEY- I'M
0 HAPPy AfiooT IT I CAN
KINO OF CANcry
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QU'ET AROUND THE.
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4 HARDL.Y f TALK.
city, who has just returned from
a business visit in Kansas ami
Oklahoma, reports that he found
conditions very bad esccjt in the
oil section of Oklahoma. Jobbers
and others, he says, will not talk
fruit futures, but he thinks that
conditions will be better in Feb
ruary and beliicves that the Orave
Company will be able to dispose
of the stock on hand. While at
Wichita Mr. MrOulie was attacked
hy ptomaine poison and h;H visit
-was prolonged to puite an extent
on that account. He has not fully
recovered from the effects of the
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1920 ' ' D jjP'
Woodburn, Ore.. Dec. 20. -
JllleKinf? cruel and Inhuman treat
ment Bllxabath Abbot ha com
menced suit in circuit court for
Marion county against her hus
Twtnd for a decree of divorce. They
have been living in Woodburn.
The plaintiff asks that her hus
band pay attorney's fees and con
tribute to the support of their
children She asks the custody
jot the children.
Jefferson, Or., Dec. 20. A Mr.
Wheat, who came here last spring
from another state, was the victim
at an accident here last Friday
night when he fell from a wagon
vuid, it is said, a wheel passed over
liim. Dr. Van Winkle was called
and the injured man was removed
to Ilia residence where he is doing
.soi nicely as possible under the cir
cumstances. Mr. Wheat Is about
To years of age and suffered the
fracture of three ribs. While badly
hurt the Jefferson resident is not
in greal danger. Friends fee that
he had a narrow escape.
Mm. Will Smith has been indis
posed of late and confined to her
.Mra. Karlow was In Jefferson the
iither day from her place some con
pie of miles north oft own. Mrs.
Karlow drove her auto.
Mr. and Mrs. Skelton were In the
city on business a few days ago
from their farm homo a few miles
north of Jefferson.
(irandma Whitlierrite had a fall
about a week ago and Is now con
fined to her home as a result. No
banns were broken but the acci
dent was no slight shock to the
gcd woman who Is about eighty
yean old. The fall took place In
School holidays begin on Thurs
day and the young people are look
Ins forward to a happy Christmas
-.-.,:,,, The eighth grade chidlren
had a Christmas tree the other
rfuy and under the direction of Miss
Brewer, the teacher, the students
liad a delightful time.
The social at the school last Frl
day night was a great success. Bas
el ware sold netting the commit
lee in charge some $r which will
ten towards the publication of the
miinual periodical put out by tho
educational institution. Mr. Nyi
Mie janitor "did himself proud" in
elllm the baskets containing the
Mra. Charles McKec and young
on were In Salem on Friday.
Miaa Kathleen Mattox is homi
Star the holidays from Monmouth.
Mra. O. C, Purdy and her dnugh
4er from out of town on the Albany
ioi.it were In the city yesterday.
The drlva fur funds for the suf-
fcring children of Buropa is on this
week under the direction of
h banker. M Smith, and got
i-i.isd start at u mass meeting of th
church last night when several
speakers placed the cause befoi
the people of this community, a
large audience listening to the np
Mfala Wtlh Interest. It was at the
Mrs. B. .1. Shu maker, Mrs. Roy
Muodderly and John Merita took
(the civil service examination at Al-
fcuuy last week for the postmaster
(joation of Jefferson.
Friends of ,1. A. Auppcrle are
gi.nl to hear that he underwent
feiso iteration in a Portland hospital
ir1 week witli good promise.
Mra. Sarah Kceves has as hei
jcuesls for the holiday season hei
dHuhterH, Mrs. (ieorge Lynes of
tndVpcndence and Mrs. S. P. WU
hums of Oakland, Cal. Mrs. Reeves
iw improving in health her friends
Mr. anil Mrs. H. R.
The fruit receiving station which
In soon to be established in Jeff er
min as announced In this column a
few days ago will be of great ad
vantage to fruit men of this com
wiunlly. they fell, for In the past
they have had in ship or haul their
.stuff to other markets. S. L. Fos
tev. the local manager, will have
Ills headquarters In Albany.
The women of the Christian
Church who recently held a supper
here in the Masonic hall netted,
jMBBavding to report some fifty dol-
thrifty, to be sure and
satisfying, of course.
But, after all, the thing
that maltes Dei. Monte
Beans with Tomato Sauce
one of the most popular
American foods, is their
Try them and you wil
lara as a result of their efforts.
There was a good attendance.
of Hobo Moves
Court to Mercy
Woodburn, Ore., Dec. 20 The
fact that Wrn. Reed, an itainerate,
was a former Canadian service
man helped him ont of a little
trouble here a few days ago. Reed
was arrested by a special officer
of the Southern Pacific railroad
and taken before Justice McCord
on a charge of stealing a ride. He
was sentenced to spend one day In
jail. The Justice Informed him
that the only reason he did not get
a longer term is because of his past
service record. The man had
money and when he was released
procured a ticket to continue his
Oervais, Or., Dec. 20. Mr. and
Mrs. K. K. .Shields are visiting
friends In Portland this week.
A. Tangier, president of the Oer
vais State bank, was in Salem on
business during the week-end.
I1. X. Moisan of Urooks was vis
iting his son in Oervais during the
week end. He reports tha t his
daughter, Mrs. Coffendoffer, has
sufficiently recovered from the op
eration which she underwent at Sa
lem last week to be able to return
to her home In Portland.
Jos. Wargnler made a business
trip lo Salem the latter part of tho
Columbus Urown arrived last
week from California and Is visit
ing at the home of his father, Sam
H. Brown, near Gervais.
G. L. Lambert, who moved here
from Dallas several weeks ago, has
leased the Jos. YVagnior blacksmith
shop In this city.
The Rebekah lodge of Gervais
gave a banquet and Christmas tree
a few nights ago and a very pleas
ant time was had.
George W. Thurman did not
move to Gervais as he expected to
do, but Is moving his family from
Waconda to St. Louis.
Chinese emperors are never men
tioned by name from the moment
of their accession, and are gener
ally alluded to by some such title
as "Lord of a Myriad of Years" or
"Tho Son of Heaven."
BACK TO GOD'S COUNTRY
"SOUR DOUGH CHARLIE"
'In person" with his Alaskan Dogs and Wolves
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Enjoy Visit to
Dallas, Or., Dec. 20. The mem
bers of the Modern Woodmen of
America lodge at Dallas, number
ing about no, went to Salem last
Thursday evening with 12 candi
dates who were initiated by the Sa
lem Modern Woodmen into the
lodge. Twelve automobiles left
Dallas and Monmouth at 7 o'clock
and transferred the members and
candidates to the forest of wood
craft. The Salem members had provid
ed a very instructive entertainment
along with the -initiatory work,
which was well executed. At r
o'clock a lunch was served to the
visitors Candidates had gathered
from Chemawa, Silverton, Dallas
and Salem. The state deputy, .1
O. Burgess, from Portland, was
present and assisted In the work.
It was decided at the Salem meet
ing that all the valley camps would
meet at Dallas on January 7 to
have the off ieers-elect of the vari
ous lodges Installed by the M. W. A.
state deputy, J. O. Hurgess. Plans
are now being prepared by Prune
Center camp, Modern Woodmen of
America, of Dallas for the enter
tainment of the visiting lodges.
Waconda, Or., Dec. 20. Having
heard of Honolulu In such favor
able terms as expressed by a friend
who has been visiting at his home
for a week past, I. A. Loron has
contracted the fever and is almost
persuaded to sell out and go to
After an absence from the store
for three weeks on account of Ill
ness, J. C. Savage is again able to
bo at the service of his patrons in
the Waconda store.
It Is reported that there is some
talk of a garage being established I
In Waconda this winter.
M. Benson, Al Nusom, H. McKay
and I. A. Loron were business visi
tors in Gervais during the week
County Commissioner Goulet of
Woodburn has just finished a much
ueeded culvert on the road near
Waconda. and it is a great improve
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evans have
been visiting with the latter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs M. Benson.
George W. Brown, who has been
ill for some time, is able to be up
and around the house.
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Holcl Tag Day
Dallas, Or., Dec. 20. Last Sat
urday was tag day in Dallas and
the committee in charge proceeded
to tag every one that would he
tagged. The tag sale was under
the auspices of the Woman's elub
of Dallas. The proceeds raised
from the sale of tags will be used
to help defray the expenses of a
nursery for Oregon's homeless ba
bies. It is hoped that the people
throughout the state will contri
bute in such sums as will be suffi
cient to provide the amount neces-
MAKE XMAS DAY
COMPLETE WITH MUSIC
We have to Dff er the following dependable pianos (new and
used), at exceptionally low prices. Chickering, Mehlin, Pack
ard, Marshall & Wendell, Bond, Armstrong, Werner and others.
Beautiful Solo Concerto This playing
piano well worth $850 goes this week,
oak and walnut, $7.00 ; rriahogany $690.
Holmes & Son, wonedrful tone, attrac
tive case, must be seen to be appreci
Many more like buys in our stock. We are just opening our store
and our stock lias been selected with a view to give the best val
ues at the lowest price..
Get our extraordinary offer on Talking Machines.
We are also piano makers and will rebuild, repair, refinish
or tune your piano at a reasonable figure. Used pianos bought.
J. W. TALLMAN
121 S. Commercial
PRICES CUT AT
- MM CLd
.sary to complete the new modern
I fireproof home which is now under
construction In Mutlnomah county.
The Woman's club solicited the as
s'stance of the high school and
eighth grade girls in making th.
; sale. The headquarters of the com
i mittce was at the pastor's study
Iroom at the Presbtyerian church
! The report, although not complete
! showed a very satisfactory sale In
! this community.
Lodge Sponsors Lyceum.
' Dallas. Or., Dec. 20. The Dallas
Knights of Pythias lodge is giving
a lyceum course this winter and
the second number of the series of
Armstrong in beautiful figured wamut,
wonderful tone, $510.
Werner, superb tone and beautiful case,
very special, $465.
Remington, like new; this piano sells
for $490 new and is worth more, but
this one to sell thi sweek at $2.50.
Open evenings until .Ohristjmas
ntertainments will be given next
Tuesday night at the Majestic thea
tre. Alice Shrode, child entertain
er, impersonator and whistler, is
the attraction for next Tuesday
night. The K. P.'s are hoping- to
extend suitable entertainment to
all people of the community, as
well as to promote the fraternal
and friendship part of their teach
ings wtihin their castle hall. Thus
far, the prospect for a financial
as well as a social success, is as
sured. Legion Selects Heads.
Dallas, Or., Dec. 20. The execu
tive committee of Carl B. Fenton
ost, American Legion, met Mon
day night and selected the follow
lag chairmen of committees: Em
ployment. Oliver p. Chase; benevo
lence, Wm. J. White; legislation
Robt. S. Kreason; entertaiitnicni
Vernon I. Simmons; special fea
tures, E. B. Hamilton; executive
Ray W. Chute; athletics, Frank S
Kersey; finance, Laird V. Woods
membership, John A. Prieseri'
memorial, Ray M. Scott; publicity!
Wiley M. Gardner; headquarters
committee, Edward J. Hlmes.
Hubbard Man Cruises,
Hubbard, Ore., Dec. 20. I. M.
Hoehstetler is supposed to have left
Seattle yesterday on a naval cruise
Dainty white, embroidered handkerchiefs, or i
delicate colors, or even the more strikingly coil
handkerchiefs are always greatly appreciated. Nu
days, one's costume so often calls for a harmona
handkerchiefs a:s the final touch, and no one ever J
has enough. For this reason, there is no gift so unid
sally in demand as the Christmas Handkerchief.
We have just received our Holiday Assortment of i
and attractive Handkerchiefs, 25c, 35c, 50c. up to J
The "Lucky Gift" is the gift that is given j
"PAY AS YOU GO" Plan.
Daintv. exquisite underlings are one o
able gifts one is privileged to give.
u.T tt,s nv, is so unuualb
be perfect remembrance. Main a m
for his wile, wnne it is teiw" -Christmas
ENVELOPES Driced at iJll
COMBINATIONS priced at tiHH
GOWNS priced at.. ' 38
CA3IIS0LES priced at - J4-
BOUDOIR SKIKTS pncea t -
The Happiest Girers will be those
wh'ch will con
1,1 three montl
Seattle a (en- av
cation of leaving .
'en Sunday on th. ,T3
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"ii" in Hubba . . 1
hand's ahso " ",r,tl
Hair for ihejyj
discovers a Rrotwrfl
can graft hair
I make the heads
blnssoni like II, b.?1
Sisters. He declares 1
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At the Electric Sign "SHOES'
PAY AS YOU GO nan.
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