The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19??, June 06, 1919, Image 3

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We have a large list of clients want­
ing to rent farms. They will purchase
| stock and implements and crops,
j Write us if you want quick action, we
specialize in this line.
201-3-5-7 Board of Trade Bldg.
A. G. BENDER,
RITTER, LOW E & CO.,
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Plcaae Mention This Paper When Answering These Adr ertisela en is.
MUSIC, PIANOS, VICTROLAS, BAND
and ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS.
Send for Catalogues.
125-7 Fourth St.,
Portland’s Big Music Store.
NA-PEER TIRES
one size only
30X3 ¿
MADE OF FIRST GRADE RUBBER
Dealers Write for Specie! Proposition
$ 19.00
PORTLAND RUBBER MILLS,
PORTLAND. ORE.
CANADIAN
W H E A T
FARMS
Produce fin e s t qu ality No. 1 hand wheat, gra ss lands produce fin est fa t cattle at
low est c o s t M ixed farm in g Insures success by producing grain, hay, cattle, hogs,
and sheep. Failu res unknown. P ric e fo r Im proved farm s cropped and ready to crop,
$15.00 to $40.00 per acre. E asy term s o ffe red on both Im proved and unimproved
farm:». T h is Is strictly a farm ere’ co-op erative company, owned, controlled and
operated by 38,000 farm er shareholders. A dem onstrated success proven by 12 years’
experience.
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T H E U N IT E D - G R A IN G R O W E R S S E C U R IT IE S CO., L T D .
P a c ific Coast Representative, 624 H e n ry Bldg., Portland, Ore.
ESTABLISHED
1870
F. FR IE D LA N D E R CO., Jewelers.
Make this store your headquarters during the Rose Festival.
310 Washington Between 5th and 6th Sta.
PORTLAND. OREGON
Signor G. Taglieri
Maestro of “ La Voce Postata"
Italian “ Bel Canto"
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Voice Building from Elementary Stages to High
Artistic Finish. Principal tenor Italian and English Grand Opera companies.
Of international reputation. Studio—304-5 Stearns Building. Phone Main 3145.
Keep the Northwest Prosperous by
using Northwestern Made Goods.
ZAN BROS., Inc.
BROOMS
H o te l A ld e r £ "£ -* 4
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Out'of town visitors,
given personal atten-’
tion. 286 Alder St., cor. 4th., PORTLAND. ORE.
You
ER AUTO SPRING CCL
C a n ’t B r e a k
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Get Springs with written guarantee for year.
15,000 Springs in Stock.
Portland, Ore.
THE BEST OF VAUDEVILLE
At HEILI6 THEATER Presenting
at ail times
the Biggest American and European Novelties.
Every SUN., MON., TUES., WED.
Mat. Daily. 10c to 60c.
Nights, 10c to $1.00
AMERICAN and CHINESE DISHES.
ORIENTAL CAFE
Portland's Famuli Grill
Service at all hours. Music and Dancing. Meet
your friends here and enjoy your stay in Portland.
Upstairs, corner Broadway and Washington Sts.
‘L ’ Cafeteria
We especially invite out-of-town visitors to give us a trial.
We will make you feel at home.
Sixth and Alder Street«,
PORTLAND, ORE.
BEST P L A C E IN T O W N
CONLEY’S USED
TO
EAT
CAR CENTER
127 L o w n a d a le Street.
W e w i l l p a y y o u cash for late m o del ca rs or s e ll th e m fo r you. R e m e m b e r
the p la c e - B ric k B u ild in g, at in tersec tio n of W a s h ., IS th an d B urn side.
T A L B O T & C A S E Y . I n c ., Authorized Ford Dealer»
GENUINE
We Will Rent You an Auto City Garage
MALT
Extract
C LIFFO R D
WM® M i l ® c m x «
F O R S A L E . Mail orders ’ solicited. Prices on apqlicatiqn. Finest
Barley Malt Extract and ground Barley Malt, Choicest Hops, Crown
Caps. Hand and machine Cappers. Patent Stoppers. Filter Bags, Gela­
tine. Corks tapered and straight, all sizes. F. H. STEINBART & SON.
Phone. East 8793.
91 Grand Avenue.
Portland, O reg o n ,
You Will Feel Right at Hone.
Beautifully Furnished Rooms.
Safe
Central
$1.00 Wilksat Bad
lf.se Will Balk
Weekly
N O R TO N IA H O TE L
llth and Stark. PORTLAND. ORE.
Cafe
lif t Yaur Sh*M>
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and
Reef
We
‘- f t o p a t
J h e P o rtla n d .1 H o t e l
W h e n . in . P o r t l a n d L
^i50 up
Rates
Monthly Rates
Excellent
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Garden
Pa; Cask fir
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P O R TLA N D , O R E.
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nothing can compare with
O R IE N T A L L A B O R A T O R IE S ,
Portlaad. Ore.
K E W A N E E WA TE R
SYSTEM8
and Electric Lighting Plants, make life worth
living on the farm. Easy to install and operate.
M. D. Spencer. Distributor. 333 East Morrison.
Portland. Ooegon.
St. Nicholas Cafeteria
THE BEST EATS IN THE CITY
125 Sixth S tm t. Portlaad. Ore*©«.
Sr« what yon want and pay for what yon get.
Spectacles.
OFFICE
Easy to erect low in price—ill last
a lifetime. This is the Silo Ajiat prac-
Ì tical farmers say is the B H t Sito in
the World.
CSv
W an ts Men, W om en to learn the trade;
positions w a itin g; send fo r c a ta lo g u e
M ISS D E C K E R ’ S P riv a te Business Col-
le ge. A lllk y Bldg., 3d & M orrison Sts.
H aw th orn e A u to & Gas Engine School,
462 H aw th orn e A ve. P ra c tic a l experience
in overh au lin g and repairin g e ve ry make
of auto and gas engine.
O xyacetylene
welding. Established 1907.
SILOS A N D G R A IN B IN S
T h e on ly exclusive Silo factory. No
Hoops, N o Nails, N o Trouble.
Stay
Round Silo Co., 601 Dekum Bldg., P o r t­
land, Oregon.
TAILORED *UJ t ¥~
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Suits to order. $16 down, $6.00 per
month. Unique Tailoring Co., 104 Fourth
St., Portland.
- T - E --- A C H E R S ’ A G E N C Y
R O C K Y M O U N T A IN T E A C H E R S ’ A G ­
E N C Y . Frank K. W elles, ex-asst. State
Supt., mgr.,
PorWhnd, CM.
T each ers
pi.....d prom ptly.
WALL PAPER-—
At wholesale and retail,
prom ptly filled.
Sm ith’s
House, 108-110 Second 8t..
SILO S
F IF T H A O A K S T R E E T S
FO N TLA N O 0 9 * 0 0 5
C O M P L E T E L IN E O F S T E E L
F IL IN G D E V IC E S A N D S Y S T E M S
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N E W BOOKS
MAIL
ORDERS
Sold on Easy Terms.
148 Fith St.
Portland. Or«.
Second Floor Between
Morrison and Alder.
sthe
Izard Generator
SOLICITED
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“ A good husband ought to tell his
wife all his faults,” explains the pro­
fessional solver of domestic problems
In a Milwaukee newspaper. . A very
original idea, but wtipt is the pre­
scribed method of conduct when she
persists in telling about them first?
OLD RECIPE
Perfected After Years of Testing
and Improving.
WENTWORTH & IRWIN, INC
Take Salts to flush Kidneys and
neutralize irritating
acids.
Kidney and Bladder weakness result
from uric acid, says a noted authority.
The kidneys filter this acid from the
blood and pass It on to the bladder,
where it often remains to irritate and
Inflame, causing a burning, scalding
sensation, or setting up an Irritation
at the neck of the bladder, obliging
you to seek relief two or threa times
during the night. The suffered ig in
constant dread, the water* passes
sometimes with a scalding sensation
and is very profuse; again, there is
difficulty In avoiding it.
Bladder weakness, most folks call
it, because they can’t control urina­
tion. While it is extremely annoying
and sometimes very painful, this is
really one of the most simple ailments
to overcome. Get about four ounces
of Jad Salts fig>m your pharmacist and
take a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast, continue this
for two or three days. This will neu­
tralize the acids in the urine so it
no longer is a source of irritation to
the bladder and urinary organs which
then act normally again.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless,
and is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lithia,
and is used by thousands of folks who
are subject to urinary disorders caused
by uric acid Irritation. Jad Salts is
splendid for kidneys and causes no
bad effects whatever.
Here you have a pleasant, efferves­
cent lithia water drink, which quickly
relieves bladder trouble.
Arabian Hide* Grade Weil.
Sage Tea and Sulphur Turns
Gray, Faded Hair Dark
and Glossy.
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound­
ed, brings back the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, streaked
’or gray. Years ago the only way to
get this mixture was to make it at
home, which is mussy and trouble­
some.
Nowadays we simply ask at any
drug store for “ Wyeth’s Sage and
Sulphur Compound.” You will get a
large bottle of this old-time recipe im;
proved by the addition of other in­
gredients, at very little cost. Every­
body uses this preparation now, be­
cause no one can possibly tell that
you darkened your ha*-, as it does It
so naturally and evenly. You dampen
a sponge or soft brush with It and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by morn­
ing the gray hair disappears, and after
another application or two, your hair
becomes beautifully dark, thick and
glossy and you look years younger.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Cojnpound
Is a delightful toilet requisite. It is
not intended for the cure, mitigation
or prevention of disease.
Much Cut Up!
One day recently a dilapidated, apa­
thetic jnan, entered the office of the
Syracuse Medical college and offered
to sell his body cheap, adding that he
was out of work and almost discour­
aged. “ You’re almost discouraged, are
you?” rejoined the superintendent,
who always tried to change the deter­
mination of these unfortunates. "Why,
man, if you sold your body to us the
first chance our students got they’d
take the heart out of you entirely!”
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I ou jansneu;
BEHNKE-WALKER
b u s in e s s c o l l e c e
Is the biggest, m ost p erfectly «quipped
Businas» T ra in in g School In the North-
wesL F it yourself fo r a higher position
w ith m ore money. Perm an en t positions
assured our Graduates.
W rite fo r catalog— Fourth and Yamhill,
Portland.
Arabian skins coming into the
world markets through Egypt ami the
Sudan orginate exclusively In Jedda
and places in the vicinity of Mecca,
They embrace cattle hides, sheep
skins, goat skins and camel hides, and
are generally dry salted. Arabian hides
are limited in quantity; the quality,
however, Is excellent.
A low station with safety is better
than a high one with danger.
Cuticura Soothes Baby Rashes.
Thnt itch and burn with hot baths
of Cuticura Soup followed by gentle
anointings of Cuticura Ointment.
Nothldg better, purer,. sweeter, espe­
cially if n little of the fragrant Cuti-
curn Talcum is dusted on at the fin­
ish. 25c each everywhere.—Adv.
Not a Summer Reaort.
Very few Europeans are able to live
in Hyderabad, India, during the sum­
mer, and the stalwarts who manage to
endure the awful heat do not venture
out of doors during the middle of the
(lay at all. .The white troops stationed
there are not allowed out of barracks
from nine o'clock in the morning till
five o’clock, or later, in the evening, as
the scorching sun and desert heat
have claimed many victims from sun­
stroke and heat apoplexy.
Interesting Text Book*.
names and the postal authorities ab­
breviate them.— San Francisco Chron­
icle.
THIS WEAK,
NERVOUS MOTHER
Tells H ow Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Compound
Re»tored Her Health.
Philadelphia, Pa.—“ I was vefy weak,
always tired, my back ached, and 1 felt
sickly most of the
time. 1 went to a
doctor and he said
1 had nervous inui-
guatioR^ whigji ath,.
tied to my weak
condition kept mo
worrying most of
the time— and he
said if I could nob
stop that, I could
not get well. I
heard nomtichabout
n m m w i Granulated tyeltes, j
LydiaB. Pinkham’s
W 1 1 1 1 ■
F.vvi inHamc.l by e«t»o
'V e g e ta b le Com­
•ure to Ss,t. Ossi ami Rimi pound my husband wanted n s to try it,
quickly relieved by Marine
1 took it fore week and felt a little bet­
rvtflrstoS;. No&narting. ter. I kept it up for three month*, and
juft F.ye Comfort. At j I feel fine amt can eat aay thing now
Your Druggist» or by mail (Oe per Bottle without distress or nervousness. ’’—Mrs.
For Beak «I the Eye free write
b is J. W o r t h l ì NE, 2842 North Taylor St.,
Murine Eye Remedy Ce., Chicege.
Philadelphia Pa.
The majority sf mothers aowsdays
overdo, there are so many demands
upon their time and strength; the result
is invariably a weakened, run-down,
nervous condition with headaches, back­
y
ache, irritability aad-depression—and
soon more serious ailments develtm.
if,
It is at such periods in life thati-jidia E.
Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound Will
resto*« a normal healthy condition, l j
P. N. U.
No. 23, 1919
it did to Mrs. Worthline.
FORD C A R OW NERS
These Days of Hysteria.
Inconstancy Ever Unpopular.
Not Up to Expectations.
It is claimed that chess playing is
Nothing that is not a real crime
Jane has often envied her small
“ spectaculum,” which mean« show, dying out. In the old day«, when hys­ makes a man appear so contemptible playmate who has a baby brother and
exhibition, display for the gratifica­ teria did not have possession of the and little in the eyes of the she frequently expressed a wish for a
tion of the eye, etc. The word easily land and inhabitants thereof, chess world as inconstancy, especially when ! wee brother, too.
When her wish
accommodated Uself to describe the playing was quite popular. Now we ! it regards religion or party. In either | came true she*was happily excited un­
glasea invented in the thirteenth cen­ are a steam-heated civilixation, with of these cases, though a man perhaps til she had seen him. Auntie noticed
tury, some say by a Florentine monk no time for study for the mere de­ | does but his duty in changing his j her disappointment and asked Jane
named Alessandro di Spina, and oth­ light of learning. Remember when i side, he not only makes himself hated j if she was proud of the new baby.
ers by Roger Bacon. They surely cre­ Paul Murphy of New Orleans was the | by those he left, ' but in seldom Wiatfully the child answered:
“I
ated a spectacle for persons long in­ chess wizard of the world?—Los heartily esteemed by those be comes guess I Is, but I think he is a size or
Angeles Times.
flicted with defective sight
over to.—Addison.
, so too small.”
The word is derived from the Latin
No humbug!
Any corn, whether
hard, soft or between the toes, will
loosen right up and lift out without
a particle of pain or soreness.
This drag Is called freezone and is
a compound of ether discovered by a
Cincinnati man.
Ask at any drug store, for a small
bottle of freezone, which will cost but
a trifle, but is sufficient to rid one’s
feet of every corn or callous.
Put a few dropa directly upon any
tender, aching corn or callous. In­
stantly the soreness disappear« and
shortly the corn or callous will loosen
hnd can be lifted off with the fingers.
This drug freezone doesn’t eat out
the corns or callouses but shrivels
them without even irritating the sur­
rounding skin.
Just think! No pain at all; no sore­
ness or smarting when applying it or
afterwards.
If your druggist don't
have freezone have him order it for
you.—Adv.
N ew Houston H otel
$ 2 85.00
making pure Gat from Coal
Oil. Fits any stove or
range. Has no equal for
cooking, heating, furnaces,
etc. Easy to operate. No
dirt, soot or odor. AGENTS WANTED
8cco»4 Street st Tartar
IZARD CAS HEATING CO..
193 Fourth SL,_______
Portland. Oregon , PORTLAND.__________________________ OREGON
IF KIDNEYS A l i
Telia how to loosen a sore,
tender corn so it lifta
out without pain.
A ll orders o f $1.00 o r o ve r sent postpaid.
New Fiction
Ma P etten gill, by H a rry L. W ilso n .... $1.60
The V a lle y o f V ision , by Sarah Com ­
stock .... ....
1.60
Room No. 3, by An n a K . G reen ......... 1.50
T h e C rick et, by M a rjo rie B. Cooke ... 1.50
The w ic k e d M arquis, b y E. P. Oppen­
Sixth and Evmtt Sta. Portland. Or*.
heim - ............................................
1.60
Pour blocks from Union D odo L T w o bloekt
Popular Reprint«
A gain st the W inds, by K a te Jordan 1.50
from Naw I’oatoflleo. Modern and AroprooF
T h e Son o f T arzan , E. R. Burroughs .75
Over 100 ontaida mama. K*taa 76c to 12.00.
From B aseball to Boches, by H. C.
CHAS. a HOPKINS. MansSW.
W itw e r
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.75
H is I .a s t Bow, b y A. Conan D oyle .75
Brandon o f the Engineers, by H.
Windlass
The R id er in K haki, by N a t Gould
The M ajor, by Ralph < 'm inor.... .............75
Send rash with order.
YOU C A N S A V E
A. W . Sc h male
20% to 60 %
on Au to Supplies by
290 Morrison St.
Portland, Oregon ordering from us. W e operate seven large
stores and specialize on accessories, parts
and tires for Ford cars. W rite today for
Abbreviating Names.
128 page F R E E hook o f Inform ation and
A On« Horse Motor Cultivator and an All Pur­
The pioneers give us beautiful supplias.
pose 4 H. P. Power Plant that Goes from Job to
W estern A u to Agen cy, Los !
Job on Its Own Power.
Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle.
Engine
J. C. ENGLISH CO.
Electric Washing Machines
MORRIS BUILDING, 309-311 Stark St.
PORTLAND, ORE.
shed Ovar
Established
Phone Bdsvy, 2151.
Tweaty -Vive Years
A school in. Italy uses stamp albums
to teach geography and history. Each
student has his own collection, while
the school owns a larger and more
■complete one. The boys and girls are
a great deal more devoted to their
studies with such novel text books to
“ Albert, I want you to see the new attract and interest them than they
PAINT
dining room set Mr. Brown has bought would be with just common pink and
M ail ordors for his Wife. It would just match our blue maps.
W a ll
Pap er
wall paper.”
Portland.
DAIRY SUPPLY CO., an d W a lk in g
Portland. Oregon
For Cultivating Long,
“ L A S H E , ” at at) Druggists.
THE
M ARSH ALL 6 0 8 0
The Tung Lox
< Tigs 92-94 Front St.
Beautiful Eyelashes
and Eyebrows
FOR
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DAIRY BUTTER,
Cream, Eggs, Live
- POULTRY. COLUMBIA
Writs for Prices
EVERYTHING
D ffice F urniture & A ppliances
P«//V TING .. E N G R A VING :: B O O K B IN D IN G
Send for full information
^
The Dainty
Cakes for
Dainty
Luncheons
Serve ‘ Creole Creams ’
of
W O R L D 'S
’ fl*
flu ff Rugs From Old Carpets
FEARING A ROBNETT
Also general garage busine
5 Tenth at., near Stark.
The Premier Municipal Bond House
It Works! Try It
A gen ts wanted a ll o ver Oregon.
Distributes w ater like rain, coverin g a
space 80 to 100 feet. T h is sprinkler re ­
volves only seven tim es per minute, g iv ­
in g the w a te r tim e to soak into the
their pai
ground. A life saver for lawns and truck
Hodes Co. i.. N B r oadw ay and Flanders.
M otor P arts M fg Co., 325 Burnslde 8t. gardens. F a ctory S. E. Cor. E. 7th and
Belmont. O ffices 409-11 Dekum Bldg.,
P a r t i fo r all care a t h a lf prioe.________
Portland, Ore.
~
Make Double Shipyard W ages
Classy Bug Bodies
Price«—$85 and up.
Burneaa & Martin
O P T O M E T R IS T A N D O P T IC IA N
15th & Alder sta., Portland
C A R P E T W E A V IN G A N D C L E A N IN G
M IB ^ -
Patronage solicited on basis
o f capable service and reason -
able charges. Thousands of sat­
R a g Rugs, all size«. M ail o rd er« p ro m p t isfied patrons. A trial will convince. Chas.
W . Goodman, optom etrist, 209 Morrison,
Send fo r Booklet.
9x12 Rugs, Steam or D ry Cleaned, $150. Portland, Oregon.
W E S T E R N F L U F F R U G CO.,
H IDES, W O O LS & CA S C A R A BAR K
64-58 Union A ve. N.
E ast 6516, B-1475
W e pay highest p rice *—W rite us for
B U IL D IN G M A T E R IA L S
quotation.
K ah n Bros., 195 F ro n t 8t.
S H O P E B R IC K CO., face and m antel
b rick a specialty. Phone E ast 1835: R e s i­
dence, E ast 1797. 361H E. M orrison St.,
Portland, Ore.
W e will g ladly make estima tea.________________
MEN W ANTED
“ C ity C om forts fo r F a rm
H om es.”
For Paper Mill work.
Booklet w ill be sent free at your request.
No experience neces­
P. L. Cherry Co., 271 H aw th orn e A ve.,
Portland, Ore.
sary.
8 hours work
C IT Y A N D FARM P R O P E R T IE S
42c per hour. Oppor­
V V V W W W V W V / V A / W W W y V
w e protect your Interests. Farm s, tim ­
tunity f o r advance­
ber, acreage, city, exchange«. Gilson R ea l­
ment. Single men pre­
ty Co., 431 Ch. o f Commaree, M ain 6127.
ferred. Splendid new
C L E A N IN G A N D D Y E IN G
hotel, meals 3Sc, rooms
F o r reliable Cleaning and D yein g s e rv ­
15c. Apply
ice send p arcel« to u s .. W e pay return
Crown Willamette
postage.
Infornfatlon and prices given
upon request.
Paper Co.,
E N K E ’ S C IT Y D Y E W O R K S
Gamas, Waak.
Established 1890
Portlan d
DOGS W A N T E D
W A N T E D — Thorou gh ly broken P oin ter
or Setter, or a good prospect. G ive full
particulars in reply. B eal's Kennels, box
m o n u m e n t s
319, route 1, Portland.
DOORS ^ D W I N D O W S
PO R TLAN D M ARB LE W ORKS
264-266 Fourth St.— Neu Bros.
We^carT^eiryou'Tioorsr^^Indowsr'RooP
ing, Pain t, Claps and B u ilders’ H ardw are, P H Y S IC A L T H E R A P E U T IC S
V W \ / '^ yw yvN A / \ ^ w / N / vw ^ \ / w \ < ^ w
d irec t a t wholesale prices.
W rite for / v/
Dr. R. A. Phillips, 906 B roadw ay Bldg.
prices before buying.
H eacock Sash & Disorders o f the stomach, liver, kidneys,
D oo r Co., 213 F irs t S L. Portland._________ bowels, goitre, high blood pressure and
D R U G S B Y M A IL
fem ale disorders.
A n y th in g In Drugs, R ubber goods,
D ii. ELN’ A S O R E N S E N , 508 Panam a
T o ile t A rticles etc.
W e pay postage. Bldg.
Drugless methods, stomach, kid­
S atisfaction guaranteed. Joe M. Ricen, neys,
rheumatism,
constipation,
liv er
trouble.
265 1st St., Portland.
Send to us for an yth in g in Drugs, R u b ­ P L U M B IN G 4 P L U M B IN G S U P P L IE 8 ~
ber Goods, Trusses, etc. P osta ge prepaid.
W e can supply you w ith any kind of
P lum m er D ru g Co., 260 3d Bt., P ortla n d . plumbing supplies at wholesale prices
W e w ill gla dly estim ate cost of any Job.
FARM LO ANS
F o r a n y t l m e d e s l r e d a n d T o w e s t c u r ^ W rite fo r prices.
S T A R K -D A V IS CO.,
rent rates. W m . M acM aster, 331 U. S.
212 T h ird SL, Portland
N ation al Bank Building, Portland, Oregon
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to 154 13th St. N., Cor. Irvin g, Portland. m e: best and m ost successful "H o m e
M ain O ffice, San Francisco.
Branches: M a k e r"; hundreds rich wish m arriage
S eattle, Spokane, Boise, S alt Lak e, Reno, soon; s tric tly con fiden tial; most reliable;
years o f experience; descriptions free.
Billings, Missoula, Vancouver, B. C.
"T h e Successful Clu b," B ox 556, Oakland,
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Calif.___________________ ________________
K . Stephan, hem stitching, scalloping, P A IN T « A N D W A L L P A P E R
braiding, accordion side pleat, buttons
W rite us for prices. P ion eer P a in t Co.,
covered : m ail orders. 219 P itto ck block.
186 F irs t St., Portland;_______ ___________
HJDES A N D JU N K
P L A T IN G — N IC K E L
AND
S IL V E R .
L. Shank & Co., 312 F ro n t sfc P a y full
m a rket values fo r hides, pelts, old rubber, W ritir’Y oiT 'p H ces^w e~pa y~Tetim r'p ostage
on sm all parcels. C aliforn ia P la tin g W orks,
m etals, et c . _______________________________
214 2nd St., Portland.
P O R T A B L E DR AG S A W
S A N jT A R IU M S
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he
W l f y ^ T H E M IL K C U R B 7 ~ A « k T S i
m arket. Has the only real and practical
M oore Sanitarium. A n Institution devoted
to doing one thing well. O ffice 908 Selling
prices. BEAVER MOTOR PRODUCTS CO.
Building, Portland, O regon.________________
246 H aw th orn e Ave., Portland.
PORTLAND
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A Moderately-Priced Hotel of Merit
Go w ith the crowd to the Ablngton
Bldg., Portlan d to buy, sell or exchange
Real Estate. Frank L. McGuire. _______
East Morrison St. and East Sixth
S A N IT A R Y B E A U T Y P A R LO R
$1.25 per Day.
Tw o in a Room, $1.75. ~ W e help thè appearance^ of w
T w e n ty -tw o inch sw itch or
orma-
tlon, value $ 7 . 00 , price $2.45
400 to 412 Dekum B i d * _______ ,
SCH OOLS A N D C O L L E G E S
HOTEL
MORRIS BROTHERS, Ine.
Government and
Municipal Bonds
A C C O R D IO N P L E A T IN G
Skirts pleated an y^style, 11.0&'
H em ­
stitching, 10c per yd.
Buttons covered!
H a s te n N o velty M fg. C o . sa1 j F ifth St.
A G A T E C U T T E R S A MFG. J E W E L E R S
Jew elry and w atch repairing. M iner’ s,
865 W ash. St., M ajestic T h e a te r Bldg.
A R T IF IC IA L LIM B S
Oregon A r tific ia l Lim b C o., Inc. W rite
fo r Catalog. 426 W a s h Bt „ P o r t land,
A U C T I O N E E R S -2d H A N D F U R N IT U R E
Ford Au ction Co.— A u ctioneer«.
We
sell everythin g, g t i Second Bt., Portland.
A U T O A CCE SSO R IES
and You Drive It Yourself.
REASONABLE RATES.
SELLS ON SIGHT.
women.
tramai
When in town, bring your Ford to us. Exceptional
repairing facilities by first-class Ford mechanics.
Magnetos re-charged in car while you wait. Try /
us for parts. No. 1 Grand Avenue, Portland. Or. '
FORD PARTS
JUPITER
Double-Rotary »Sprinkler
C u tic u ra
P ro m o tes
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