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Thai Is what the chopping bowl and knife have become
because of the advent of Sargent's Gem Food Chopper,
an up-to-date kitchen necessity. It does all the chop
ping bowl and knife have ever done, and more does It
better, too. It chops all kinds of food, both cooked
and uncooked, In coarse, fine, or medium pieces, with
out tearing, squeezing, mashing or grinding ; it Is easy
to operate, easy to keep In order, easy to clean, self
sharpening. Useful in the kitchen morning, noon and
night, and always ready for use. No housekeeper can
afford to be without It.
K. AT. WAVE (1L CO.,
KICKED BY A
AND SUFFERED NEARLY FORTY
YEARS BEFORE THE BUNE HEALED
"AM I ALL RIQHTf OF COURSE!
I'M ALL niQHT," SAID MR. A.
COOPER, OF POLK COUN TY, WHEN
A8KEO ABOUT HIS LEQ WHICH
WAS HURT WHEN HE WAS A BOY.
-I WAS KICKED DELOW THE
KNEE UY A HORSE IN ISM WHEN
A MERE DOY, AND SUFFERED FOR
VEAR8, IT ACHED TERRIBLY
AND 800N BROKE THEN PIECE8
OF BONE COMMENCED COMINQ
OUT AND CONTINUED FOR ABOUT
A YEAR. THIS WAS FOLLOWED
CANADA FIBL,D FJBAS
A big demand for tleld was this year. Be sure and ordr
early, or you may not be able to secure, any without paving
a fancy price.
SPELTY. This new grain is very popular on account
of its immense yields. Our price of $1,50 per 100 lbs.
cannot be beat.
When in need of anything in the seed line, write us.
We nave a complete stock.
D. A. WHITE 5 SON
9! Court Street. Sjlem. Oreros.
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have
INtl'XIl'""' HIM CITY.
Bears the ,
j For Ovei
BY AN ATTACK OF TYPHOID,
WHICH LEFT ME IN BAD SHAPE,
WAS OBLIGEO TO USE CRUTCHES
FOR OVER TWO YEARS FROM
THAT TIME UNTIL I WAS CURED
ABOUT SIX YEARS AGO I ALWAYS
USED TWO CANES. THE DOCTORS
TOLD ME THERE WAS NO HOPE
FOR A CURE UNLESS I HAD MY
LEQ SPLIT AND SCRAPED AND
THE CORDS CUT. SOME ALSO
ADVISED AMPUTATION, BUT I RE
FUSED. AND FINALLY DR. COOK,
(THE BOTANICAL SPECIALIST OF
SALEM. TOOK MY CASE. I BEGAN
(TO IMPROVE AT ONCE. AND IN
SIX MONTHS MY LEQ WAS WELL.
IN FACT I FEEL THAT DR. COOK
SAVED MY LIMB, AND I WANT
EVERYBODY TO KNOW IT, FOR IT
WAS A WONDERFUL CURE. SOON
AFTER TREATMENT THE BLACK
FLESH BEGAN TO GROW OUT
OVER THE BONE WITH A HEAL
September 1t. 1902,
CAN LEARN ALL THE PARTICU
LARS BY CALLING ON HIM AT IN-
DEPENDENCE, OREGON. OR AT
DR. COOK'S OFFICE, 103 LIBERTY
STREET, SALEM, OREGON,
"'--" "' ' VHWHPY- IANUARY "-""
'' By CIWRUS M. SHUMIt
- Author of "In llh Stti" "'
' ' Hartly'a Kevcn Vnf" Etc.
.She tieinbled aifd hesitated. She had
but to reach out her hand nnil put It lnj
John lnrdon'n and any one word. Sue.
did not move nor pcnk for almost n
minute. Then alio anld, loouinR strniKiii
In front of her:'
"Mud I K'lvc mi answer now?"
'I.uella, you have already given me
nuHwer! You have promised to be my
wlfot" The word were spoken ly
hint In a moment of Krent longing as
he aaw her litdcclalon and foresaw her
Her e.vex darkened a little. ,
"I never promised to be the wife
wife of- John Gordon ie-
peated afler a alli'iiee so lone, that ittf
Miapouae wiih not ucnrninu iu mi". i
"I hardly know how to Mulsh" She.
uttered a "abort Innjrli, and John (lor!
don roe at onee lo hi feet. "1 rati
never live In Hope Houe," alio added
In a Ion tone. I
H that your answer. then?'' He
Mood looking at her calmly; Hut she
ihit not look up.
Vet." alic lliially replied. '
Then we nmt o our beparate way,
l, ..In on (SfM 7' lie cxeui lined
. . . . .. ....uul..n fin. litu limit t
Mlllllell UlirM "I immiuii, . ' ..--
was hot within him.
He paiiMfil a niiiinciit lrreolutoly mid
then marled to eo out. She had not
made aii motion nor lifted her head
tn loo!, at him. At Hie door ho turned
for an hwtiint and miw. to his untouch
incut, ihat her proud head lay on bet
linns, Mch ui'ie outstretched on thu
tnblu near which xhe had been sitting.
He wiih back b her side, kneeling
again and calling her name When she ,
lifted her head, tlieic were tours on mi
John, 1 cannot Iwar to have It m.
"Then do you love inc. I.uulla, enough
to share all with me?" he cried.
"Yes; 1 love joii. John," she said
hlowly. Hut even as she said It she
diew'lHick fioiii libit a little. "At the
mime time I do not ten why it Is nece
wiry to live at Hope llouwo."
"Not necesHHiily there, but some
where among the people. Mioiia, no
jou not mnlerwtiuid my icasous for
wanting to know thu puoplu?"
"I am not huic." she. replied In a
troubled tone, and then Hinldeifiy" Mfe
turned away from him and put iicr
head down on her arms again.
John liordou rose and walked up and
down tin room. Twice as lie went
past the table ho (mused li resolutely,
his mind In a turmoil, his heart uncer
tain. The third time ho ntopicd. wltU
a decision in bis manner, and (dared
his hand on her head.
"I do not ask jou lo marry me null
you can trust ovei thing to me. If
you aie not aide to say without any
"fear or doubt. l will go with you In
all tliv way jou have chosen. 1 do not,
1 cannot, plead with jo, I.uella. Is
that nuking too much, dear? Can the
man who low jou ask any lew?"
"No, no, he can ask no Io! Hut,
Johu, 1 foar to go" She had raised
her head and was looking at ului with
more agitation than he Iwd eer known
her to show. "1 am uot certain that I
am titled, that 1 am adapttd. for nucJi
u life. 1 ha a horror of the places
the 1 do not love th koc, Julio, an
jou My .oii iIm. Am I to Ida me for
She Ukked the quemlou aliiuM tim
Idl.x. but nothing luiikl toftt-ii the hard
liea of ihe atateuicnt to him. Il did
Hut jet sflUNl theonathliiK ttiut kipt
uer from cowing to him without an
(IhMhhi mm lr lack of ii'Iil-Ihus ex
(NtrlfiKc Su did ii loe Hie people
titH-an all her lift bad been s.i far
dewHtxi lu a Ut of the tiling tb.it
had nuritMiiMkd Iuh sucial i.- n..n
".t, I do uot tkluk jou mi ti i .tin
Hut, m)i, I.uella. could jou n t 1 nn t
love thcui? Could jou uot i m, Mth
ue aud lat the future"
"I coubl not laviwid," '. i g.m
with a rtnuru of Iter proud :i(nii"Ie
"1 do uot aak jou to h tii .1 If
you lor w. wtll uot all tin- ict be
S)s wai aileut a uiouMMt. TU.u mid
iWoly h loukod uu and aaid fmnkly.
"1 would not be true lo jou if I kept
atOtulM hack. I uot only do uot love
the anto a you do, but I do not see
wUj' jou alioUHl aurrticv oui Ufa to
tWaiw. a jou (4au to do. 1 tauuot tee
that jou will accAUtullsii auj thing."
"Aim! U ao'tiuiidikhUMUt the ttt'Mt
aud onlj- ibiuy? Is Iheie not hi ok In.
UvlUK or lu airivliuc recardlMa of ae-l
comnlWiiueia? Hut I ranuot argtie
tha uumer. If you lo mo enough,
Luella, all the tt will follew: if you
don't, M wlH all u ulix to you."
Ska still looced at Idw with the uu
cortal. 4Mwrud air that had marked
kor uuiaaor whoa a urrt bcaa to talk
to her. only to look had doiad lu ,
to a ona-wtoa of doubt and painful
"I do not m tho u4 C all you plau'
to do. 1 do not aw tho naed.- she said,
VON WOMMJ HOC ftftV to sa that if
you only lovad m," ho retdil iu u lew
touo, ajid Uto waa hoplem )
It that Wad uot Imwm t.mhi( WoXao.
lie Hood lookutc at b.r ,ii mddaulr
MIt ua t eutlroljr flank I.u4Ih .
that we uiT not uaiauttdttxi.il il Yoo
sLHuk fritu tie ttwuvii -r . . . a a
TTT, in,.. tUtiP Heuse: you hesitate w
commit vour future to me bocatibe of
the physical lu-ws. tho absence In our
fuluie of these phjslcal luxuries we
have both known. Into which we have
Kr burn IH that It? Your love or me
In not MruiiR enough to make this h.-s
neein lnIJ.'ulllcant-l that true i
It was a blunt (iieatlou. ""d he pur
,,oh(I put it bluntly, perhaps more so
than was fair to her. Over her face
the color deeiiened. and she evldentlj
felt the liuplhd icproaeh In his sum
mine up f her heaitiitlon.
That I" not quite the truth.
"A Wilt of It?"
-You have no right to force such n
micatloii upon me."
..i i.... ,. iii.iii in know thu whole
ou would not understand
"1 would understand everythluK 11
j oil loved me enough to go with me
-Love does not mean being umen
soiiablc." , ...
'Ye. I.uella. It does, at leimt thlR
far-that loe will trust wheie It ean
not always. glc leasoiiH."
She was silent again.
He took a Mep nearer.
i.uella, one (UeHtlon enly: If 1 -decide
that I mift go to lle In Hope
Iluuxe, will jou go with me? Or
will you refuse on account, of the phys
ical and social luis?"
ui.. i....liiI in til tit .steadily at first,
Mltl(.ii i,,ir color deepened and her
"You have no right to ask such n
(twit Ion." ,
"I lmve-the riglil of a ninn who
tiii.ii i will snv not eo. not for the
reason you ililnk, but"
"It Is not necessary to explain." John
(imdon aniwcriHi sadly, "l.tiella, It la
(ilnin to me that you do not love me."
"You have no right to make any such
ttit'" slie exclaimed pa-wdotintelj.
She stood up and faced liliu pioiidlj.
and be simply looked Into her eyes a
iiwiuiHiit and then turned and walked
..at of the room. Tills time be did not
look back. As be closed the door, l.ucl
la Marsh Ml uisiu her knees by the
Hide of the table, exclaiming:
Hod plt me! tied have niercj '."
John tioidon went out of the house
calmly enough, although hla heart was
iiu-ii with liasaloiiute conlllet. As the
current or the city swept him on. there
surged up lu hl soul hot anger that
he had ever loved this woman who
could not have the test of faith lu the
mini w ho loved her. Hut It was at this
crisis that his ical icligloiix experience
resetted him from wreck. Had It not
been for that tills slorv had never been
told. Hut as he went Ills way that day
Ilia linger fell, and In Its place there
grew. up a tender memory that left no
room fur harsh Judgment.
Hut for the present he was over
whelmed by the icsult. lie bad put
I.uella Marsh Into the altar place of a
riii rnnn'H affection. Kvery day
since the time she had pledged her
limit to his be had thanked tlod for
what bad been given him. Her npimr
ent icsmiiiso to Ids ambitions, especial
ly noticeable In her coriespondonee
during his absence, had exhilarated
liliu. To llnd now that she would not
trust her lire to him because he had
chosen a career of Imidshtp and 1o-h
of physical things struck him the se
verest blow he had ever experienced.
The failure on tho mit of his father
and sister to understand or ympth'io
became Insignificant comimiwl with
this event. As he walked alonglie be
gau to torture himself with questions.
Had he made a mistake lu taking her
answer as ilnal? Had he. as she said,
uo right to make such a test? Was It
asking tim much of any woman to ask
her to leme a lunae of luxury to which
she tind been accimtoiucd from blrili
and go at once Into surroundings that
were repuMve to her? And than sho
had cnnfHHHcd that she did not lovo tho
people a8 be did, but was that an uu
rfo nut k you to ww rcy unkn you
e a trutt evtrytkitty to taa."
'H ha had felt when
she said It as if an imnaMabla sulf
had swldeuly boon dug botweou thoiu
Had k actotl as a uian abonhl act who
has so tuuch at tako a lu tab caaot
The tortora of the ouevliow was ao
ko f1 ri walklnc Mvonl ktaekr
"a turuaa to so bail.
" wt seo her agalu." he ket aar-
Ir "I cMuot bK It end haro."
He wHt u ,h ' MT tho
l " st who cam to tho
,llKr v' niu curiouaty,
Mtoa Marh has goua out." hb auhl
aud John Uontou at rt dd not be
Hove hor uutU ho rouuHulwrwl that th
carrios was ataadiuK .it ih curb
whvH h loft Luolla aud that aha had
mM foatotainc about goiuf out to the
park ooforo taa.
He alowly weot down tttr ktepo and
1V ' r
' N T
wn.a n was on tb -ij, ulW
Kssrsrai w.; jj."S
felt so onely ns nt tnai -" -consdousne
that his father and rij
tcr and now the woman who liau
iron "ed to bo his wife had repudiated
Eufe smote him with n sense of per
5 , t nl nndonment that was keen and
Tor a moment ho felt so completely
ntono that he let goof every moll or
J "on. The city and the overwhelm
fug thought of Its misery and sin and
S enraged him. "Lot n. eat
drink and ho merry, for tomorrow we
die!" he cried out, and nothing at that
moment would have saved John Gor
don except the fact that trbn Jc tad
lUMitloncd to his father and sister nnd
r.uella ns his religious experience was
the greatest fact so far In lis career.
As he stood still there nt the foot of he
Eieps gradually his spirit grew calm
.... ti, r.niikpiniiRiies8 of God In his
life grew stronger. The purpose of his
ambition cleared. And after ti little
while he started on, knowing that his
life work would not be changed In Its
main intent- by anything that had so
far hnppencd. Only as he went on ho
also knew that he could not and would
not be the same man and do the same
things In some pnrts of his enrthly vi
sion at If I.uelln Marsh had decided to
..iiL- wiili him lu the wiiy. It was nlso
quite clear to him that without being
able to give a good reason for It he
was not closing tho chapter with I.uel
ln yet. He certainly entertained the
Idea of her still coming Into his life.
U was not from his lnlcrvlow with
her that he drew any such hope. Hut
he knew that he did not yet consider
her nctlon as final, or 'possibly It was
his own nctlon that was not llnal.
He stopped at a corner, and tho sight
of n street name ou n car going by de
cided his next movement.
"I'll go and take ten nt Hope House,"
he said .to himself, nnd took tho enr,
noting, by the time, that ho would
reach the house Just as tho little family
of residents were In the habit of sit
ting down to their evening meal.
Hope House stood In tho midst or Its
.iou.,,1 r i, .iu. me iits nnd Uu corner sa-
loons and vaudeville halls like an oasis 1
i.r rcfuuo and strength. Saloons -tol
right and lert and front and tear, with
pilot of brick and wood and rubbish
Hung together In chaotic tumbled
heaps, with openings for human be
ings who streamed In aud out of court
nnd alley and doorway or snt in pallid,
huddled masses ou the stoops or curb
ing formed I lie fianio In which Hope
House was set, unique aud alone.
John Cordon left the car one block
from Hope House mid walked down
past live saloon In the block until he
cnine to the arched entrance of the
house, (iolng Into" the llttlo court, ho
breathed a sit It of relief at tho sight of
the familiar oleander tubs Unit stood
against the outer wall of the court, nnd
marveled at their ability lo blossom
with sueh fresbneus In such surround
ing. "It oleandeis ever had any fragrance
In this imrt of tho city, they must
nlinost smell of beer nnd sewer gas,"
be said to himself as he went on into
the broad hall that opuncd on the court.
He wa by no menus n stranger to
Hope Hoii-e Since ills return from
abroad he had been a frequent visitor
and had been welcomed with that in
ner welcome, that springs from well
known common purpis-es.
"You are Just in time!" called out a
quiet but cheerful voice as John Cordon
htppped into tho doorwny of tho dlnltig
hall. "MIsh 'Manning Is absent. You
may take her seat by inc."
"I count myself fortunate." Johu Cor
don leplled as he took the seat. ie
turiilng the greeting of those at the
"We wcie tulklug nbont jou." wild
the head of the Iiu-h. with her quiet
but earnest nmiiiHf.
"I'm fcony to Interrupt the conversa
tion." replied John Cordon.
"No iuicn UtliMi. we an me you We
arc Kind jou entile In, fur you an the
only p-erwiii who can uuvcr a que
ttou Mr. 1'oid Just naked."
"Rather a imtmuuiI iiieiioti. Mr
CotdiHi." mild l'ord, a atudcut fnnu
the university, who waa a resident of
bcverul mouths' Mnndliig. ' "The qiies
llou 1 asked .Mis Andrew wnn this
Wluit Is Mr. Cordon gtriiMjr lo do? Will
he Htokihty couitf lu heiV v Ith u?' "
Juli'i Ctudivi did uot answer the
qitthtloii at once. He knew the com
I'lcie freedom of the uncial uiiuiMphere
"f 11oh House, chtelally nt meal
times nid uuderslowd wall that his si
lime would uot 1m nilwotimnied r.s
ilisi .mi icay.
lie looked aruuiul the circle of ear
ium filcudly faitt. at lite table, and
I is :.Me included, aa It hail uiaiiy times
bi.f"if the room Itoelf, with iu high,
taik wutniseotlng, its few but choice
poitr.ilis. lt (dulu but attraciivcliouie-Hkeness-
but, a ou everj otlur occu
klon. Lb. look Muaily came back to the
face of lb bend of the house. f..i she
waa the yeulua of the (dace
Craco Andrews wa iu hci ibiny
blxth .venr At the tlwie John Coidnn
ttrat met hw at Hope Hoihm ii. (md
bn iu churao of tha HKllenient for
twelvt. yir. Twelve jears if ,iso
clatiou with doktivrate human prob
lems mi. u us thoo that twurinetl like
the pcopla theiuaelvM had left on her
faco marks of that uuiuau. divine
eannueaa tLat all roat women bear
who have loved the popl. If Grace
Andrews did uot Imisreeb strangers or
Thriter as being great In auy real
ta, it was bee use the look of her
face suata a quiet peace that so
many pole aunortlcialiy associate
with mekAes, but do uot couslder as
an element of jmwer. The residents of
Hope Uou uuderatood all that, and
the old residents uuderatood It bet
ter tbau the youHgoat ami bad more
iftiUaeUuaed revuiMHce tor the great-
M Gtm AH)rW8 tu.au thoae
"- J t fcuAwuMlccof her.
i To bo Continued V
From Pot Hand, Or,
9 SD a. in
ington BaK lake. Denier, Ft
worth, umtrji. j&jlhsu
CUT, Bt. Louts, CUIcogo
4:80 p ta,
8:15 p. m.
8.00 p. m.
Ball Lake. Denver Ft
U'nclK ftmaVai YTsaaa
Cltr, b't. Louts, Chic ago
wkiia wl Iwlcion.
Spokane. Wallace. Full
man, MlnueapoUi Bt
Paul. Duluth. Milwaukee
'! . Ill
Chicago, and Bt,
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
Ho Change of Cars
OCEAN AND RIVER 8CHBDULF.
All tailing datca tubjoct
to oh an go
Sail ovory 6 dayi
1 p m
8 n. in.
ToAntoria an-1 Way
I p Ta.
Btoamor Kuth loaves Bnlom (or Pott
land und way landings on Tuopday ,Thurj
days and SatardayB, nbont 10 n. ni. Foi
Corvnllis uud way lnndinga, Mondayi,
Wedncednya nnd Friday b nt about b
A. I. OHAIG, M. P. BALDWIN.
Gen. Pass. Ant. Agt. O. B. & N. doc
Portland. Ore. Salem, Or
Wo me mnkinc n specialty of what
is cnlled "prepaid" business.
If you hnvo n frlond.or relative in
tho Bast whom you want to bring
Wont, deposit with us enough money
to cover . his or her passngo ami
traveling uxponsos. Wo wlro tho tick
et agent whoro tho person lives, he
Ibsuoh tickets nnd gives passenger
whntevor money you wish. He alto
advises us of tho departure, nnd vre
toll you whon your friend will arrive
A. C. SHELDON, General Agent
1()0 THIRD STREET,
Corval lis L Eastern RR.
No. 2 For Yaqulna:
I.envos Albuy 12:45 p.m.
Leavos Corvnllis 2:00 p.m.
Anlvos Yn.ul n 6:25 p. n.
No. 1 Returning:
Leavos Yaqulna ....... 6:45 a. a.
I.rav Corvnllis 11:30 a. d.
Arrives Albany 1215 p. D.
No. 3 Tor Jctrelt:
Leavos Albany 7:00 a. m-
Arrlvos Detrlot 12:05 p.m.
No. 4 From Detreit:
Leavos Detroit 12:45 p.m.
Arrives Albany 5:35 p. n.
Train No. 1 arrives In Albany la
time to connect with tho S. P. soulb
bound tralr, aa wcl ac giving two or
three hours In Albany boforo departure
of S. P. northbound train.
Tralr- No. ? con cta w'th the B. r
trains nt Corvnllis n, Albany gMfS
direct service to Newport sad Ml
cent boachos. .
Train No. 3 for Dotro't. Dreltenbniti
and othor uo-intaln resorts leaves Al
bany nt 7:00 a m rcnchlng Detroit
at noon, giving ample time to ree.cn
the Springs same day,
For furthor Information apply to
J. TURNER, Agen, Albany.
H. H. CRONI3E. Agent, Conallla.
Leaves for Portland Mondayi
erineariav nnd FrldaV. 10 a.m.
For Corvallla Tueaaay, u
day and Saturday t 5 P- nfc
Quick Time, Cheap Rates
Deck: Foot of Trado 8tret
M. P. BALDWIN, Ayt
Your Step Mother
la aUll hero busy u orer, od
your doUwa are all out ot orfer,
with buttons off. take tkem to
tho Balem Dye WorJu. .t
At thla establlahment you ", Aj
anything set to rigbta, from a pair
glpyofl, to Uo moai euuwr Via kl
gown. A gentleman can get
cleaned, hia trouaeru creased.
tthnin .n if mtuvonated to u"
Uste, also four aulta a month
Duttona aewed on, rip? ew$f..
preaaed on abort notice.
Mj&V&mA 9 n
anum for araamaai
MRS. C. H, WALKER
m Commercial trat.