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l»K A. W. KEENE.
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A U . MAKES
Tho <mly atrictly Hlryrl# Nalwromn and IU»-
pair Hhup In iVrtlaiMl
I ’rlrp Hat on aiipUra-
ltun Writ# IftH 13th Ht., Cornar W ia k in flon ,
S C O V ILI/S ( V C L K R Y
Nan.emend. the name of a rtrnr In
Virginia, 1» from the Indian word
Nawiischlinuud, the place from which
we were driv.n Away." The Flint. In
MlchlK»ii. w»a railed by the Indian»
Fgrwonlgo, "the river of the flint."
from tho ahuudance of thl* atone on
It» banka. Ilumboldl river. In Nevada,
wait named by Fremont In honor of
fca riy M a rria g e A r ra n g e m e n t.
Som etime at the birth of a Japs
lira« baby a tree la planted which muat
remain untouched until the marriage
of the child. When the nuptial hour
arrivea the tree la cut down and a
■killed cabinet maker tranaforma the
wood Into furniture for the houae of
the younR people.
O ils and Greases
«u u da
OU m i U m m 1« AliTOMOrlLLS.
m i hr raw» for TRACTION m i HARVESTERS
Oris m i Cream
STTAH f MINKS
OH comoa In I. &. IB. 82 *rvl &S »v l. pk»*.
U ro **« t-omo. In 1. 2H. 6. 10. IB. 2Mb ami up
W rit« ua for prlcoa ami particular*
P O R T L A N D A U T O O IL C o.
f t * . r > * j m a
u i ~ . it. r.a.w o.
E A ST OREGON
JACK FA R M
B. F. SWAG G ART. Prop.
SAVE LIVES AT SEA
Among the lighthouses of the coun
try may bo found examples of great
engineering skill and of dignified and
simple design Home of the tall light
house structures are of beautiful
architecture, suited to the purpose,
and set off by picturesque location on
headland or rock overlooking the sea
The tower must be built to give the
light a suitable height above the wa
«addir. Krla» and
It un nina llorara;
BARLEY AND OATS
FOR HOG FEED
Full information furnished upon
IYER JOHNSON BICYCLES
To be closed out at A c t u a l C o st
Wo nr* tr«4fiir out of tho Bicyclo Bust-
noifl «ml will «oil »t K.tail mil out High
Crude h er Johnson H Atv/j «1 tho follow
I.Ailion' KoAilHter. Mmlel 1487-1«. complete
with Counter Brake, Mudguard« «nd
Tire*. Regular $35 Wheel*, «t
Menu' Rnoilnter. Model 1487, equipped aa
above, regular $35. at
Heavy Sftrvkt Wheel. Model 1488-8, fully
equipped. The Finest Vi heel In America,
S p e c ia l, $40.00.
Thi* will he your only opportunity to get
the Highest (.rode Wheel manufactured
at actual coat. All wheel« fully guaranteed.
H . T. H U D S O N A R M S CO.
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No. is, mm
W H Í N writing to advertisers. »la u *
ti-« i» i. p.*T.
Madeline Careful to Obsy Instruc
tions Forbidding the Picking
Details Can Wait.
A patriotic Welshman was askea
what emblems and distinctions he
thought the new Welsh battalion of
the British army ought to wear. The
traditional emblem of Wales is the
leek, but he thought this probably
would be inappropriate.
George has recently put forward the
claims of the daffodil as the Welsh na
tional flower, but that seems to lack
historic confirmation, so It was agreed
that It was most likely that the Welsh
guard would wear a distinguishing
badge of the Prince of Wales' feath
ers. But Wales has other emblems;
the red dragon of her flag, for In
stance. That might be used, and as
for cap band, the national color of
Wales is a dark green. But probably
these nice little details of parade and
cere'.nony will not worry the new
guards very much. They will be born
Into the all-leveling uniform of khaki,
and there will be plenty of time to
arrange the other little details of scar
let and buttons.
“ The Most Accessible Car in the World
THE N E W
REO THE FIFTH
“ The Incomparable F o u r”
11050 F. O. R Factory
One of the Cape Hatteras Lights.
ter, and hence tall lighthouses are re
quired on low-lying coasts.
A light must be 200 feet above the
sea level to be seen from the deck of
a vessel 20 nautical miles distant. Be
yond that distance the curvature of
the earth would prevent a light at this
elevation being seen.
Hitting a Brother Barrister.
In the Stokes trial A. U. Boardman,
Stokes' attorney, said.
“ My client Is tired of lawyers. They
have cheated him enough, and now he
prefers to put the matter before a
“ I hope,” said Joseph H. Choate, the
opposing attorney, with that every
day smile and suave tone so well
known, "that my brother has done
nothing to forfeit his client’s confi
dence," and even the grave Justices
had to smile, while Boardman bit bis
“ She said she would be content
with love in a cottage.” said the young
man with a calculating mind.
“ That’s a fine sentiment.”
"Perhaps. But I can't help wonder
ing whether a cottage Is the best har
father Intends to do for us
1915 R E O
THE REO SIX
“T h e S ix o f Sixty Superiorities"
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See the nearest Reo Dealer or write to us for Free Booklets.
Limited territory open for reliable agents.
•K E O SERVICE A L L ALONG THE W A Y .”
Happy Thought Comes to Assistance
of Young Men Who Wlehed to
Purchase Jeweled Belt
NORTHW EST AUTO CO.,
Distributora for Pacific Northwest.
F. W. VOGLER, President
A man who had recently become en
gaged to a charming young girl
Broadway at Couch St., Portland, Oregon.
chanced to be In a fashionable shop |
when bis eye caught a glimpse of a
Jeweled belt that seemed to him an ac
oeptable gift for bis fiancee. He asked
a clerk to place an assortment of the
belts on the countei1.
"Ladles' belt?” queried the polite
F o r Coughs, Colds and D istem per, and a t th . firs t sym ptom s
of any such ailm ent, g iv e small d ose, o f th at w on d erfu l
salesman. “ Certainly, air; what size?”
rem edy, now the moat used in existence
The young man blushed. "Really,"
SPO H N'S D ISTE M PE R COMPOUND
he stammered. "I don't know.” And
10 c e n t, and t l a b ottle; 15 and 110 the doxen. o f any d ru g-
fla t, harness dealer, or d elivered by
he gazed about him helplessly for a
SPOHN M ED ICAL CO.,
moment or ao. Finally a happy thought
• Chemist, end Bacteriologists, Goshen. Ind., U. 8. A.
appeared to strike him. "Can't you let
me have a yardstick for a moment?"
New Version of Old Song.
he asked. The yardstick being forth
Grandpa waa showing little Helen
coming, be placed It along the Inside
of his arm from shoulder to wrist the pictures in a popular magazine.
A U . R IG H T S R E S E R V E D
Then, looking up at the clerk, he Coming to a page which advertised
"Twenty men's wearing apparel, he called cer
tain garments “ breeches.” Whereupon
Inches,”— Philadelphia Ledger.
the little tfcre«-year-old, hearing a f v
T b e m o « practical* krairfcfal, playtime
garments ever invented fo r children 1
miliar sound that carried suggestions,
to 9 years o f age.
Hade in one ptcre
Not In His Lins.
began to sing "London breeches fall
with drop back. la stly slipped on or
Manager (of Intelligence office)—
N o eight
elastic bands to stop cirrulatioa.
What kind of a place would you like?
M ade in bine denial, and bine and
Cook Lady—Oh, a place where I can HOWARD K. BCRTUK - i a u n u 4 raamlxt.
white hickory at. ipes for all the
I I Lwdrille. Colorado. Biwin,.,. prie«.: Ooid.
Also lighter weight
have anything I want, with but little S ilv e r . L e n d . b . G o ld , S ilv e r .
. G o ld . She: Z :a c
material for summer wear. A ll
o r C op p er II. M e i l i . e em veiopee . A f e l l p r ic e liM
to do and no one to boss me.
garments trimmed with fast red or
g j j ^ ^ j l , . e n d
C m p ir e w ork t o
blue gaiatra. Made in Dutch neck
Manager—You have strayed Into the
with elbow sleeves mod high
wrong place. This Is an employment
neck and long liecres.
Had Run Out of Kisses.,
office, not a matrimonial agency.
Little Irene while away visiting had
7 5 c t h e suit
grown weary of the caresses showered
w e w ill send them, charges prepaid
upon her by adoring relatives and
"Can I see the manager?" askea friends. So when one demonstrative j
on receipt o f price, 75c each.
A N ew
If^ T h e y
young lady begged. “Won't you give
"Why, he’s Just been called to the me just one kiss?” she shook her curly
M ade B y
telephone," replied the assistant.
bead and Usped: "N o; I haven't any
,Lwrl Strauss Sc. Co., Saa Franose*
"W ill be be long?”
kisses left—only bites.”
“ His wife said she Just wanted to
speak to him for a minute. I guess Y O U ! OW N D IL G G 1 S T W ILL' T E LL YOU
Try Murine Eye Remedy for Red, Weak, Watery
he’ll be back in an hour.”
A m e r ic a n H is to ria n s .
Eyes and Granulated Eyelids; No Smarting—
Write for Book o f ¿he Eye
The modt eminent living historians
»y m »ilF ree. Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago. :
o f American history include James
Reason for Speed.
Ford Rhodes. Henry Adams, Frederick
Rankin—Beanbrough has bought
Best Wood for Furniture.
himself a $5,000 racing car.
The latest use for locust wood Is in J. Turner, Herbert L. Osgood. William
Phyle— But he couldn't afford one the manufacture of floe furniture and A. Dunning. Albert Bushnell Hart,
worth half that amount.
Interior finishing of fine residences. John Bach McMaster. J. W. Burgessk
Rankin—That's why he bought it. The wood has a grain and color not James Schouler, and Charles A.
He wants something that can go fast found In any other timber.
enough to keep away from the collec
Watch Your Colts
Keep Kids Kleen
First Gurgle— Did you notice that
good-looking fellow who sat right back
of us at the Orpheum?
Second Gurgle— Oh, the handsome
chap with the red necktie and tan
suit, who wore his hair pompadour)
No. Why?”—Nebraska Awgwan.
To th* Point.
Her Father— Young man, I must ask
your object In coming here so often?
Young Man— I love your daughter,
sir. She Is adorable, a queen.
Her Father— Then, 1 take It, yout
object Is to become her subject. Very
well, she's yours.
MORE IM PORTANT.
$17.50 Per Ton
f. o. b. Warehouse
C A R LO A D S OF
Her name was Madeline. Hhe was
colored dusty black, as lean, flat, an
gular as a lath, and she was about
seventeen years old. The distinguish
Arduoua Duty, Demanding Extram« ing feature about her face was her
eyes; they were large and round and
white, and they Invariably expressed
formed— Examples of Bravery
the last degree o f startled Innocence.
Thet Are Without Equal.
Madeline worked days for Mrs
Judge Gentry. She went home nights.
Although the pay le email and the
One morning she appeared with a
life often lonely, the lighthouse eerv-
large bouquet, which she presented to
Ice attract« aa a rule an excellent
Mrs Gentry before she began work
claea of faithful men, witling to lake
on the breakfast dlsbes.
large rlaks In doing their duty and
To Mrs. Gentry the flowers seemed
aleo In helping those In distress. There
somehow familiar. 'Tm very much
ere many caaea of faithful service and
pleased to think that you should bring
me such nice flowers, Madeline,” aald
There are e number of woman light. the white woman. “ Does your mother
keepers One of these, the keeper of grow them at your home?"
Angel Island light In Han Francisco
Madeline became, If possible, more
bey, reported that after the machin Innocent. “ No’m, my mammy washes;
ery of the fog signal wae disabled on don' grow nuthln*. I Jes' picked dat
July 2, 1906, she "had struck the bell bouquet oulen a white lady's yard."
by hand for 20 houre and 3S minutes
With a few questions Mrs. Gentry
until the fog lifted," and that on July established the fact that the flowers
4. when the machinery was further came from the yard of her friend Mrs.
disabled, «he stood all night on the Gordon In the next block.
platform outside and "struck the bell
"Old Mrs. Gordon give them to you
with ■ nail hammer with all my might. for me, Madeline?” she persisted.
Tho fog was denso."
"No'm," countered Madeline, "but
A widely known woman llghtkeeper she alu’ said I couldn’ pick ’em."
was Ida I^wls, who died about three
“ Well, what did she say?" went on
years ago. Hhe lived at I.lme Hock Mrs Gentry.
lighthouse, on a ledge In Newport har
Madeline gave close attention to
bor, for 67 years, her father having her work. "I dunno Jes' what she say.
been appointed keeper when she waa Hhe wasn’t there."
twelve yeara old. Hhe was keeper of
Mrs. Gentry spent a busy 15 min
the light for 32 years. There are re utes in an effort to Impress upon
ports of her having reacued 13 per Madeline the difference between mine
sona from drowning On one occasion and thine Madeline agreed to every
It Is said, she saved three men who thing, and professed her complete
were swamped In attempting to pick understanding and appreciation. And
up a sheep, and then she rescued the the next Thursday morning she ap
peared with another, larger bouquet,
Hecause of the difficult life, keepers which she presented with an air of
at Isolated stations are granted shore guileless nonchalance.
“ You didn’t take these beautiful
liberty and leave 72 days a year, and
crew» of light vessel* 90 days a year. flowers from Mrs. Gordon's yard,
The first lighthouse on this contL did you, Madeline?" Mrs. Gentry
nent was built by Massachusetts, In asked, striving to mask her suspicion
1716-1716, on an Island In the en with kindness.
"No'm,” returned Madeline. *‘ Yo’
trance to Boston harbor.
The first class light and fog signal told me not to take flowers from
stations are located at the more prom white ladles' yards."
"Did some one give you these?” con
Inent and dangerous points along the
seaboard, and on a well-lighted coast tinued Mrs. Gentry.
"No'm," answered Madeline, "no
such station« should be sufficiently
close that a coasting vessel may al body didn’t give ’em to me."
"Then how did you come by them?"
ways bn In sight of a light. The
Madeline's eyes expressed the last
smaller llghta are placed to mark har
bors. Inside channels and dangers degree of Innocence. "I Jes' seed ’em,
Along the navigable rivers numerous and I Jes' picked ’em.”
Mrs. Gentry was determined. "Did
post lights are maintained to Indicate
you go again Into some white lady's
For New York harbor and Immedl yard and take her flowers?"
"I done said yo’ told me not to take
ate approaches alone 268 aids to navi
gatlon are required. Including 46 shore flowers from white ladles' yards,” re
lights, two light vessels and 36 lighted plied Madeline, conclusively, "and I
buoys; them are 192 buoys of all ain' never no mo'. 1 Jes’ picked dls
classes and 37 fog signal*. Including liyah bouquet outen a cullud lady's
‘ John L Halllraa **
Lighthouse Keepers Worthy of
the Highest Praise.
m 3-yoar-okI Jark
ruinad on thl* farm.
W A L T E R A. G O SS,
4 1 8 C o r b e tt B ld g .,
Phone East 6912. P o r tla n d , O r.
Invective Carried Too Far.
An unusual suit for slander, brought
by a clergyman against members of
his church. Is reported by the Michi
gan Law Review as follows;
"Plaintiff, a minister of the Gospel,
and defendants were members of the
Colored Baptist church.
campaign for state prohibition plain
tiff opposed the adoption of the consti
tutional amendment to that effect. De
fendants, at various conventions of
said church, mude statements to the
effect that plaintiff was a rascal, a
whisky agent, a disgraceful saloon
puller, etc., and introduced resolutions
expelling him from membership. Held,
that the occasion was quallfledly priv
ileged. and that In the absence of mal
ice being shown no action could be
maintained; but that the statements
made were so Intemperate and the
epithets applied so vile as to be alone
Wangs—What are Brown's chances
sufficient to carry the question of mal
In the coming election?
ice to the Jury.”
Bangs—Very slight. He hasn't any
thing back of him.
Helds Wife Is Kitchen Boss.
Wangs— He’s got a family tree.
The wife holds full sway In the
Bangs—Yes, but his opposition has
kitchen and the husband has no right
to Invade these premises and Inter the plum tree.
fere with her work. This point was
settled In a divorce suit decided by
"Yes, some of us fellows keep house
Judge Morrow at Portland, Ore.
On the grounds that he “ butted In” at the fraternity home.”
“ Don't you hate to wash dishesT”
and criticised her kitchen work, Mrs.
"W e don't have to. W e have plenty
Sarah V. Reese received a divorce
and »300 alimony from William B. o f candidates for the fraternity, and
Reese. These were the main con dishwashing Is great as an Initiation
tentions for the charge of cruel and stunt"
Inhuman treatment made by Mrs.
"W hy didn’t you employ that beau
Go to It.
"Didn't care to take the risk. She
Bill— Have you a class for chiropo
was sure to break a lot of hearts In
dists In your vocational school?
Jill—Oh. yes; and »very one wants the office, and then I s'pose I'd be held
under the empioyers’ liability law *
to go to the foot
^ ^ e rv o u s W o m e n ^
Are troubled with the “blue*” —anxiety—sleeplessness—and warnings 01 pant
and distress are sent by the nerves like flying messengers throughout body and
limbs. Such feeling may or may not be accompanied by backache or
headache or bearing down. The local disorders and inflammation, if there
is any, should be treated with Dr. Pierce’. Lotion Tablets. Then the
nervous system and the entire womanly make-up feels the tonic effect of
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P r e s c r ip t io n
Take this in liquid or tablet form and be a wott woman I
Mr». Eva Tyler of So. Geneva S t, Ithaca. N. Y., »ays, “ I have been in a run-down con
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reg u la te stom a ch , liv e r , i
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Results With the Greatest Blood
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Strength, Power, Accomplishment are all Typified in S. S. S.
Rome blood disorders becom e deeply j elim in ated from th e ir presence.
rooted In th . glands and tissues, and t h .
Then, too, 8. S. S. has such speclllS
m ls ta k « Is m a d . o f reso rtin g to drastic stim u lation on these local cells as to prw
drugs. T h ese o n ly a g g ra v a te b y causing serve th e ir m utual w e lfa re and a propel
o th er and worse troubles. A host o f peo re la tiv e assistan ce to each other.
ple know th is to be true.
T h e y know
In a v e r y b r ie f tim e 8. 8. 8. has the
fro m painful experience.
recon stru ctive process so tinder control
T o get rig h t dow n into w h e re th e blood th a t rem arkable changes are obseved. A0
Is vitiated requires S. 8. S. th e grea test eru p tive places heal, m ysterious pains and
blood purifier e v e r discovered.
aches h ave disappeared, and from head U
T h is rem arkable rem edy con tain s one fo o t th ere Is a conscious sensation o f rw
Ingredient, th e a c tiv e purpose or which Is new ed health.
to stim u late th e tissues to th e health y
From the fa c t th at 8. 8. 8. Is purely
selection o f Its o w n essential nutrim ent a botanical preparation. It Is accepted by
and the m edicinal elem en ts o f th is m atch the w eakest stomach and has great tonle
less blood purifier a re Just as essential to influence.
N o t one drop o f drugs ot
w ell balanced health as the
n utritious minerals Is used In Its preparation. Ash
elem ents o f the meats, grain s, fa ts and fo r 8. 8. 8. and Insist upon h avin g I t
sugars o f our d a lly food.
An d If you desire skillful advice upon any
N o t on ly this, but If from th# presence m a tte r con cernin g the blood and s k it
o f som e d istu rb in g poison th ere Is a local w r ite to T h e S w ift Specific C a . * 0 » S a lf l
o r gen eral In terferen ce o f n utrition to Bldg. Atlan ta, Ga. Do not allow son»«
cause bolls, carbuncles, abscesses and zealous clerk to larrup the atm osphere It
kindred troubles. 8. 8. 8. so d irects the eloquence o v e r som ething "J u »t as good’
local cells that this poison la rejected and as S, S. 8, B ew a re o f all c o u n te rfe its