Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, December 19, 1919, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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SEALS Uip uu. i
C L.ry cur T" ,n
th Country.
$6,50 0,000 THE COAL
H th.ru!0ill A addition
N .1 It. A"'- ,wl,,U Ur
' ' 1t20 Efuet" nd
111 ! ' M ' Chrlal
- i .ill nrl rt
n.mr. Wlto th opening of
!KCrl.tnMBUlb call
" inth wf of ruilntlon
J,h I-nW 10th.
n, nu! Cru ChrtaLrna
Ls uli prMitM cb,f ncofn
!rths National Tubrcvlola Aaso-
which km lo Id ry
uma n procrmmm ot th
h(ra Kllvltlfi, To meet thin
!L.toa ot r'
!, of ori W.K."
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p . n . MiircAv ri'itillMi '.n
i tPf-vm lira"" ' '
Mrtlti-c rtioMwurw. I'nilHV tir.
" ,u,r,l,..l -PTt wrr, tr,
fU, tn tt.i. nuntry, All 'tbt on
Ihb poltn lt "" t'" "P 'n,,
ft, wilniui"! ii of - ,,",
Jirrd .'. 1.00.O mirk. To
y mu.iiry ! th tttllmnti dm t-f
Kffr liil'B.
INVEST IN HEALTH BONOS
f i Rtducrd
nu win
Tutxrtilloll 0ilh
Ti Ni'( mil TuWnl"!i At-la-Con
' nd l' 1 ffillt o'Snl
tou, ..r!.n th! yr, !i;tn w
2,fU4 C'fi-M CUrlnlm Hli. H-2'vb
Jjn.h on whli-li nnuil fliviaeno !
f. form f Itwr nrw c- of lubr- i
and a r1ue!ln n th white,
d-'h rt mil ' rb'
oi.i h-iv I """1 for ,h" r,,1'J
iT,iai- i.tl!i' nrhi c-knaui u t!ij
t.ihhr i -.il thir c-ontr'.lnttc u;
Hill rU f"f,
Do ot vM t b UGID
to buy Rx Cre Chrlit
ma 8l.
Qo to th local Wmpi'Bn
hadquirtr ldl 'nl
your donation. Evo-y
old It i blw at TUBER
CULOSIS. KERCY mm PRODUCE
FORTUNE IN CUHMEMTS
More) than 1,000.000 women tnd KrU
MrlUlr.at.-d In tli lewlnn and "
tltigot tho American Ha Croi. dur
ing the war. Most of them worker
111 bn actl la .ollcltlnl member
lor th Ked Cros for 1920. durlm
Uii tn day. fntllng Armlatlf ny
When tt I remmhert'd that
omen and stria In two yW tlm
'ireduMid nearly flOO.OUO.000 worth or
lurglcaJ article .nd garment. Includ
hi mr thin 376,000.000 nirKtcal
drtmnxa. tha fact that they r W
Willi In tl. Roll ('ill prftCt f'
muranc that unlverikl nemberahP
U1 be sxkleved.
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RED CftOSS
ROLL
CALL
M Ull. Jilt
lCvr x .ji a..(. Traeh "PI
. Finder plMM Tttam to Mw. Eddy
' nd receive reswani.
Dr. gMM, Deatl-. d
tafakc NaMotMd Buic
US. SECURITIES
WILL BE HEAVY
Govtrnment Auk Everyone to
Give War Saving
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MampsesGifu
! o( Wur HavItiK Hlainim mid
'frruMiif tiuln Ccrtlfldiictj t tin
UtifeR n( Twi-II'h Fr,lrul lu-acrv
IiUtric:', In mith Ipwlori of aheitvy ho
litu ..... a .......
U!- 'Minimi of ilii. hi-iiirlilnii for
Cl.r Ulinut DrlM'litl. kr vrculfr tl.i...
rn' miriiiK j aia, in cordli.g
lo r-,.)rliof IliC Hun r'iinclwo KhHtuI
t(r-rv Iluik. An ih Jy an N(iv-nibr
20 th Imiik rnwirled Hliliimi.nt on
llitu dttU f fto,2(iii wurUi of Treanury
BavliiKi Ortinraiu, to .ixlnt.n li.ki
of f liu dlmrlrt. Tlili k (Ik? larg'-it
kiiiouiil of i,t mi Mnurltlt-a ililini on
lli)' nil ilny up tu tl.i I dull nlucts (lie
cIom u ih war.
liiwtnltv fciillumuui )Millrt that
tleinamlu of limki uioim (lirouicljoul
llin OidlrU'l will li(h llm fiimrU-r at
I U4tllluii tlnlUr mark for Uie tiuliday
i,un- iu ir MvintCM buiiij;h aua
Trtiur KiivlniL Crimjiiis. 'J UU U
not li.nlitt Inlu (iiimiilrfMCun tn-uii'i;-duu
li"iiiiuila lixiki'd lor from the jioat
Tli ljuveramt'nt 1 mukluK au la
lo:,i. Hv H-1 lu lli iu)l of tbe
HvttllU K-dtui liwrvf MalrU-t U
j;Us War ijuvlnti Hlmupa and Tr-ai
iii i 4vlnic ci iillaif for curlMiuai
,nfc.iiU, no! only li--iuM) Ann-ilia
tiRi Un f hi)' I ' 111 plio run K"L 'o Huuiii
her aril'lil of iwu.ii) --U blllluu of
doKr, Imt ui to (labiliw iili ' a
uiu--'; nt j.f.hfc j U'e l-y cut 1 Inic down the
dr iuaurl.' Mnt (,'lirlMuiiui
jin- uii Ul uudur Ui? luad of lux
I.i a Inter tu the l.aiiki of tho
Tiifili K'deral ltwrve District on
tlm ubJiTt, (Juveruur John U. Catkliii
f tin- Hun Frtuicliuo J-dral Ht-in-rvo
llildk H4llJ
" I Ij ChriHUuM holiday an ulniof.t
utfs us. Kvi-r) thing joints to a lr
in. !i.tou outlay tl iinn-y l ' l"11
fh t ullmlMay Kill. tt grrater por
tion of h lib I think I m MHf.- lu
Wi 1 1. ! luaurlt . Th pr.-Hnit
Imtuntiuu (l.-iJuiid t that iaf.ro
n,i u y ! ! ! t In Him tmnhiiNB of lux-Mr!-,
hut tlutt we curtail a much
I jmk s-; Mi-, !th Hie roiiKujUc-lit b-iffl-
Ci.il riiiitiaclloM of rre.llt.
j --'X ls.-i.-fons I apiH-al to you an a M-
llnw hasAH to d evf-rythlim within
'jour .'T to Htlnmlate the pur. In.w
ivtuie of War cUikh ritamjrs and
iTr.-ti,.iiivHi.vtnsjCertHl-J.to t'fjrlxt-
prewnta tn plan- f Ho
i . . . .... ...fi. it .cciii
ti.-'.J lcl fll'l -l-.i'" - -
to tlte that th rfh.iiaU.imy of k'.i.h
. . ..nnr liu- warn of
Itir ni'-im niinw n, -..
thrSri aiuUUni-tP ttvinx r-M lo a Brcal
i.Mit ui-.n tho t'ai'k'TK .f tliccnjntiy
. ...1. it. ii Uii U'li
Lf T,.,,rv a.Tiirltl- iliirliiK Hie
IchriHtmae holl.Ii.yi, I hiii Hkl"- v"U
only to take dvw,Um of ,... opof
ituntty to ni.-ct thli renponilhliJty.
! la addition. Chrletma wu-r car-
I Stan pai-ul Trury fc-avlnm C tin
leal MrChrl-tnm prc-sen." IU b,
!dl,trlbuled throughout the Tweif h
iKed.mlltcR.-rve DWrlrt. and all banki
trm la-en Urd to Include a similar
Uppoal In thlr adtltng.
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JUDGES INVOKE
U. S. PLAN TO
HELP ACCUSED
Guilty Will Have Chance to
Invcit Money insicau .
Paying Fines
Ban -ructaro ""wi
ioa f"1111 .,on. ot
tt luladeuieanor thrlftJ
mau 1- batter c u e of ow
of our economic I h ana d,
preutdiy aocui. ;;.:. t. I.
police Court, wrote, i d, ctlon,
.l.t ,aovin. ln thlid
cbail jTTf taSty. too, wh.r.
f,nclat.t. w M GovernDient
native t imHr";..t m
r ihl way the San r " th
to .tB"i,,vnfr with
V- of Utrt" rrteanlam
T: Itantr-1 "
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. . nnilofTlce will -all
Any 'T .Vtaprentfor
f iWfl) Bag His
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POSTER BASED ON ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN AT ERIVAN, AR
MENIA, BY DR. M. . LITTLE FIELD.
He I only on ot 250,000 helpless child Tlctima of Tarkiah cruelty and
ppramlon In Weitern Ala. Clad Just as he stands In th plctur thl. forlorn
llttl Mlow, with hunift-Mtrk-ken cheeks, hopeless mouth and frklL atarvea
rf Iztlir. Armenia, by Dr. Milton
8. Llttlefleld of thi Nmr East Belief.
rplianage, when It wu found that hi. cm It eartniy Iw" "1 X
a . n.t, hinkt made frn I eartap sacx.
"I Mw thU rik'scl little fellow on ene of the bult bualaaw strati or
ErlHMo. far from the crp.na" .aid Dr. Uttl.rteld. "f
almleMly .host ud no one wan paying tho .lightest " Jl
not poae Mm ; th. plrtura ilmwa ju.t tk way b stood wa I P
aatnt a nearby wull." .
Tbe photograph Is tl.e basis of k .trlklng poster w Vol! atrtbatd
hf Near East Relief. - . '
An American 12
Motherless, fatherless, homalew,
nanielcss, hungry eu-4 clad only lu
niK. the pathetic little tliree-y ear-old
shown at the left wandered into
Naar Eat Relief orphanage in Ar
menia. Another photograph of the
aiue child, shown at the right, was
taken a week later, this time showing
him happy, rH clothanl and well fed.
Somewhere In America 1 the happy
navn or woman who contributed th $2
bill whlck wrourht this miracle. Mor
than quarter million otir helplea
little rlctlrus of Turtelah eraelty and
eppreailon are knocking at tho door
of th Near East Relief orphanage In
Western Asia. Many more American
$2 billi are needed now to let them In
aad to cars lor then antU they caa
aro for tasmaeW.
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All ou smALU JyMlgC
CHANCRE FOR A "iEAR. 3
IES-AHP EHOLKiH TO (T
EVERT GRAHO-KIPUio f-TXl
Only Garment
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:.cTpharis:i;
Ho a taken to a Kear Eat Relief
Bill Did This
AFT K II.
- V 'W. . 4-- ' ; "
Near East Situation
Now "Most Desperate
in World," Says Hoover.
P e r b e r t
Hoover, who
haa now Be
come a mem
ber of the Ex
ecutive Com
mittee of Neur
Hast Relief,
which 1
In xor nearly
VUWO.OOO Ar
menian i n d
Svrian refo-
a Hit. Usoe'wooa- Dd wno.
.. . . .... . If any one,
Kerikort Hoover.
aneaka with
authority when b telle of bo-
man suffering, say la a xormai
it a tanMlit i
"In my opinion, the slttwtlon
o the Near East is in
Wnrtt tn the world."
Mr Hoover ha ent a letter
to Clerela H. Dodge, treaaurer
,i Near Best Relief, 1 Madison
avenue, hew York, in which be
J1V
"In accepting your Invitation
t hemmi a member or tne rx-
vOUtlTe Committee of the Near
Vjtm mmmlttee. I do so wun
reluctance, but out of a ense of
duty towards one of the moat
Hifflni altuatlona In Europe.
I'nttl aorae uolltlcal settlement
con be obtained for tbe Hear
fcaet and otue government es
tablished In responsibility for
the car and .epatrlatlon of tbe
Armenian noDUlatlon in tne tvao-
casus, tlil. mass of people must
itv aheerlr by the charity of the
United States. There are In the
rnucasus approximately 1.8UU,-
noo Armenians, of whom 800,000
are entirely destitute refugees
from Turkey and amongst them
a tremendous niubS of children.
"I cannot too strongly urge
unon the members of the com
mittee and their supporters the
critlc-nl necessity of concentrat
ing every possible effort to sup-
nort Colonel Haskell s adminis
tration in the amounts that he
reaulrea: otherwise we shall
witness one of the greatest trag
edies of the entire war.
Editors as a rule are kind heart
..j ot tilwral. An exchange tells
j xV1 ' -
; nf. .. man who died and left four-
I teen years autasenpuon uuia.
? nt tho- funeral-iust-
; cuuul . j. - - - ,
as the lid of the cottm vas Deing;
screwed down and put in a linen
dyster, a thermometer, a palm leaf
fan and a recipe lor making ice.
Why Not
A Wss$M Wv.-f
We have some of the most attracive buys in the
valley We can handle your place if it is for sale
vVe are known throughout Oregon and Canada
Here are a few deals we closed this season:
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deal to J. Kayes.
The R. W. Allen farm to G. P. Loon
ey, $4200
Part of the Joe Hubbard farm to I.
W. Seggell-$3000.
Jtfra. Stratton place to Bay White
$600.
C. E. Frazier place to J. J. Seaton
$1450.00. ,
H. Rowe place to C. E. Taylor $1500
Mrs. Acy Taylor place to Mr. Wara-
er $1050.00.
John Bramberg tract to Chas. Lov-
eU-$26O0.
James Dickson tract to E. Steptoe
$3800.00.
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This firm has a list of 248 farms and home extend
ine from Northern Canada to Mexico, prices i rang
nl from $5 per acre to $500. Some of these farms
nflude the best stock and grain farms in the
west, also some of the best hop farms m the U. S.
You will find it to your advantage to call or write
this firm if you wish to locate m the west-youll
i
find them prompt m
Independence
XMAS SEAL MONEY ',
TO BE SPENT LOCALLY
91.7 Per Cent, of All Funds Rais
ed in Any State Remain There
to Carry Out the Local
Programs.
NATIONAL FUND IS SMALL
National Tuberculoma Association am.
American Red Cros Share Re-
maining 8.8 Per Cent j.
"For the Health of This Conr,
munlty." Such is tbe loga
M unnoiirini on the flap of env.
I tniHM on which the Red Cro .
Cucistroa Seal Is printed. Tbe !,
of such envelopes tn oruer iu j
trouble of affixing gummed seals t ,
letters sent out in quantity ny i-i .
corporations and business nouses u. r -beeu
inaugurated this year as part
the machinery of oistnounon ei
motion by the National TuberculosJ , -Association
and Its 1.000 Statt nnd U J
cal organizations in disposing oi moi
than 650.000,000 Cross CSirlstmc J
Seals during the ten day aai wait
began on December L
The significance or tne slogan nn
the fact that whether tbe letter (
n,ii.rt in Urn Alleles or Boston, 1
Clilcago or In Galveston It Still hole
true. "This community uieiun
means tbe place where the seal a
bought and used. To be exact, vi
per cent of the funds raised Is devotV
to local antl-tuboreulosls activities
the state. Of the remaining s.a p':,
cent a portion goes to the Red Cross! ,
WILSON ENDORSES STAMP 6ALI
President Wishes "The Very Beit Suy
cess" for the 1919 Red Cro ; f
Seal Campaign. t l
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XViW.n In A Iptt-
Tto. Dr. Charles J. lh
field, Managing Director ;
the National Tuberoulos
Association, expresses keen interest
the work of the association and wlshCi
success to the 1019 Red Cross Chn.- :
mas Seal sale. More than 650,00O,CHf ,
seals must be sold during the ten di
. . . . i . r.n rw.r'm iti.ir 1
drive wmcn ueyuu vn - t
assure a one hundred per cent, apiv ,
cation of the Association's 1920 edit C
tioual and preventive campaign, lb-.
President's letter follows: i
"Allow me to express again my K-- ,
interest in the work of the Nation ,
Tuberculosis Association. 1 am re
much interested to learn of the error
of the Association to raise the fir
of six and one-hnlf millton dollars th .
fre srjt- tudgets taay be Cuaneeu f .
Uie coming year, and write to Wish tA
very best success of the effort -
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