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IN PATHETIC WRECK
It*» a Good
IN V ESTM ENT
I WRITBR T IL L S OF SEEING RUIN«
OF R IIM « CATHEDRAL.
See Your Dealer
BAWTHORNE AUTO SCHOOL
Every Caae o f Pile*
' Automobil# School on tha Pa
st maintain!ns a flu trasto*
Líala* Halt Caltorplllar. C. I. I
, . ira» and Whaal Traetela, bath la
a* bool and upa ratio* Iteid.
«M Mawlbanto Ate..
i and ahould ba Kallavad. avan thou*h
a S » *. Suppuri trote* and Dl la ton boa* fallad.
«ui coat you nothin* to laarn of a niiabia
I Beautiful Structure Damaged Beyond
Hope of Repair, Though Farts of It
Miraculously Escaped the
-... ■ General Destruction.
■ . K eep Kids Kleen
S a v e Money on Your
Stum p Blasting*-
The explosives that get stumps out cleanest and cheapest
t ie those that have a heaving and liftin geffect, shattering the
stumps just enough to break them up. Then you can handle
“ T h e farmer.'* says an Experiment Station, “ should use
an explosive that stands all ordinary shocks o f handling and
does not easily freeze. H e does not need the expensive n itro
glycerine explosives.'' Thousands use
A correspondent of the London
Standard, visiting the French front
gives hie Impressions of the war-dam
MPH Waablaatoa tt..
Partlaad, O n n
7 5 c the «ult
aged cathedral of Reims. “The spoo
• • ■ a S t ít o S s a
ler of the cathedral looms np oat of
V***. 7 75«
m i .
the mist with Turneresqaa effect aa
A£ ~ F R E E " £ -
and save money because th ey gP further
wa top the Reims chain of bills,’' be
others. They are made especially
Mad* fratti your old on**. Last bn* writes, “and In ten minutes wahro In
l i a i t hy
u Bran Naw Tira*. WE AUSO BUY
AF 'estrrn farm conditions.
FEDERAL TIRES AND TUBES
• V j
OLD TIRMB. W* pay aa M*h aa 10c front of the statue of Jeanne d’Aro,
A w te r i M A S O MHZ! ai Ito P.PXt
Fra* Tin Borvtaa.
Farm Powders—the product
par lb. for «Iteli aa w* can uaa In Double which stands unscarred over against
•TUB HOUSE OF SERVICE.“
o f the oldest manufacturer o f high ex
Traad work, aad the hisboot market the wrecked porticos. The Maid of
for junk. Ship your Tira* at onee or write us.
MOTOR OAR SUPPLY CO, too.
plosives in the United States— are the
Orleans seems to have bequeathed to Huge luma «pent for Chewing Gum.-
i Broadway No.
«K M rUUAKUBi CS, fM Vto*w* R, fwtoai Ito
only genuine “ riant powders“ for agri
her «¿dfie image the charm she sn-
Washington, D. C.—The chewing-
Th ey are made in tw o
JoyM-agalnat the shafts of war, as the gum habit haa cost the American peo
street leading up to the square and ple for chicle alone nearly «36,000,000
brands—G ia n t Stumping Powder, ideal
LG EN T W A N T E D
the walls of the ‘Lion d’Ori are pitted, In the last ton years, or almost five
for blasting in wet ground; and Eureka
Business necessity — «vary Mer
when not badly torn or altogether tlmes“«B,much ns we paid Russia for
Stumping Powder, the money-saving, low -
la* CREAM, EGOS. POULTRY.
chant buy* on aighL Big profit*.
AlaslUL, according to figures furnished
explosive for blasting stumps in
; DRESSED MEATS aad HIDES,'
"Ixclualvo territory. Free aamplea.
feet high around the basemenL the by the Bureau of Foreign and Domes
dry s o il
•II* from 46 to flOO. W rit« quick
O n '» fonti THE HAZELWOOD CO., PorifaaH masonry o f the cathedral la shielded tic Commerce, of the Department of
Ask you r dealer for Giant Powder« and Mast
^territory! Sayers, 087 Kail' Iway
Commerce. Normally our annual Im
I place, riefct price, riatto ireatra a,
with sandMws, but not one of the ports of chicle amount to 7,000,000
ing supplies. I f he doe« not have them we Bisk
statuettes UUtt^flJLAhaJtoterstlCos be pounds, for which we pay about tt/-
that you are supplied.
tween the pilasters seems to have 600.000 In the countries of origin, and
THE GIANT POWDER COMPANY, Cera
to which must be added customs du
U. 5. Covernmenl Sayal
The Interior, he says. Is filled with ties in our own port« of about «760,000.
Imports of chide gum during the
an Indescribable cold and entering tt fiscal year 1916 were as follows: From
J Ü E Ü S .” mT5. r.wiSftr»
S3 Naftb fratto St.. r*rtlaato)-pira Is reminiscent of Egyptian burled tem Mexico, 2.197,000 pounds; from Can
Skip four Race. Rebbar. Rraaa, Ceppar,
Swept Into many heaps are ada, 2,181,000 - pounds; from British
what the verger calls “ tears of lead’.' Honduras, 1,139,000 pounds; from
BARDE i SONS, Pèrdasi, Oregss
These are the settings of the stained yenezuela, 962,000 pounds; from the
The Stranger—Why are you driving glass windows. Only one of a triple Central American republics, 26,000
the car So fast?
set of oolored windows remains al pound«; f|rouLall other countries, 6,000
pound«. Chicle la not produced Izf
The American—To get to the fi
most intact over the entrance to the Cknada, but large quantities from oth
Later, at the ferry:
E stim ating a Foe.
The American—We have 20 minutes the principal pulpit there la also a er British possessions are handled
through the Dominion. In 1911 the
___ , man accu*«a you of botng the to sparo.
total import* of the gum amounted to
Heat graftal1 on oarlh.”
13.769.000 pounds, and that la the rec
r«a.M ropllcil 'Senator Sorghum,
ord importation for any one year. In
he doesn't Jaesji It, _Jf bo ho gasoline, Imperil lives, run the chance or lees ruin,” says the correspondent. 1915 the total was 6,600,000 pounds.
led r was tho greatest grafter on of being arrested and kill a chicken “ This la the more extraordinary t
Chicle Is the dried milky Jnlce of
)h he’d te right with rar In every to gain 20 minutes for which you hav« cause In the roof there is a hole the sapodllla tree, which lk one of a
kpalgn. trying to get ndxt and make no use when yon get them.—Life.
scarcely larger than a man's hand; large family of tropical trees known
gif usoful.”—Washington Star.
but tha shock was sufficient to reduce to bully-trees. Some of the gum Is
W e issue five valuable books.
the Interior to chaos.’’ One Instance used ss a substitute for gutta percha, They tell howto remove stumps
Days at Home.
“ Henry," said his wife reproachful of escape from wreckage Is de but the bulk of It Is used In the manu and boulders, blast d itc h e s ,
break up the subsoil, and have
wish a doormat,“ announced Mra. ly. “dp you know that it was 3 o'clock scribed ae a freak that la almost a facture of chewing gum.
when you came home this morning?" miracle. ‘’Facing a huge chasm 20
chards by blasting holes for
Always Busy, Too.
lore la a very nice pattern.“ said * “ You are mistaken, my d«ar," ha |'feet square in the north wall In an
trees. fVriu for fju took tied
| salesman, "with the word ‘ Wei replied. “ It was Just half past 1. I Inner passage,” says the writer, “la a > Hokua—He haa a steady Job for the
s’ woven Into the fltatf."
lovely bas-relief of the visit of the
Pokus—Dee! What la he?
see. I. suppose that will do If
“ Far be It from mo to doubt your Magi, framed in a pure Gothic arch
Hokus—A professional reformer.-:
an add ‘the worda ‘Tuesdays and
iys.‘ “-Louisville Courier-Journal.
If that 1« the case it must have taken Just left the hand of the sculptor of
you an hour and a half to open the five centuries ago.”
Not a Youthful Saying.
• • >
'W»er, eed hermlceraeee, at Antityphoid Vecclsetlon.
“ Before we leave,” be continues,
B* vecelaeted MOW hr roar pbrelctoo, rm raS
ima—Don't you know that King
Sera (rally. It Is raen vital th** how* l—p r a
“ we ere token to the “museum,” as tt
ion said, "8pare the rod and
Ara jrw phyilda*, draerUt. or scad fee T m
«o* had «rotato?" telila* at Tribal* Vacete*,
the child r
Willie— P a , do you know every la styled—a forlorn collection of r<
taeetts f reel aae, aad dea*« traer Tyyhald Cantera.
tie Leo— Yes; but he never said thing?
cued debris. It la curious to find here
rue cune» lasokatosy . bcsbbzv . cal
til after he got ao old his mother
a hundred or two of the heads and
In’t Jtck him.—Chicago Dally
W ill}«— Why, I wonted to find out
why It la that the heavy end of a ues and statuettes. They look as If
Made Him Nervous.
match la the “ light" end.
they had been guillotined by the Ger
Pa—You go and take a walk, young mans; perhaps It is because the necks
A crowd of dirty-faced urchins were
-where they have been Tight- man; you are,getting too smart.
playing dangerously near the edge of
are the slenderest parts of the linages,
Anar the site of the Osrden of
a Providence pier. Suddenly an old
Apparently Reconciled. - -
salL who had been a fidgety onlooker
are but stone. Here is the ‘Sourlre
sll, why not? Isn't that where - "I notice one trend of thought“
from the cabin of hia boat, emerged
de Reims,’ the famous woman’s head
je trouble started ?“—Baltimore
from his favorite post and proceeded
"Whet la that?"
to soundly thrash one of the lads In
"Most people have given np trying that stood ovar the north door. It was
to figure the wherefore of the high noised pbroad that It had been smug
Some passer-by, surprised by his
coat of living, and are huetllng for the gled away and sold to an American
actions, stopped to question the old
millionaire, but there Is no mistak
an unknown quantity, tant It,
ing the ‘Smile’ as it lies, brown and
chipped, on a bench—both eyes and
to your father when I ask him
low aa he regretfully ceased his hold
R A T PRO O F
R A IN P R O O F
“ When did your boy Josh pass his the nose gone, and only tha under-
m« one.“—Baltimore American.
on the lad’s collar. “ ’Tain’t as I ca n
R USTPR O O F
Here is s simple, inexpensive
lip curving upward. It la aa if the
m hang whether they fall in or whether
“ I dunno, exactly,“ replied Fanner features had been sliced off with a
treatment that will generally stop
they don’L but it’s the danged uncer -
W H IT E FO R P R IC K S
Corn tassel, “ but I reckon It muat have knife.”
dandruff and scalp itching, and keep
tainty abont It that I can’t stand.”—
been when nobody was lookin’.“—«
A g e n ts W a n te d
the hair thick, live and lustrous:
WhM Scenario Writers Are Paid.
Pol It lea.
O b t a n t Into tha acalp saatly, with
In the American Magaslne Walter
tha tip o f tha finger. Repeat thia Bath th*
to meet a fellow who
whole acalp haa bran treated. N ex t m an ias,
“ Some people aay that our ancestors Prichard Eaton has an article on the
PORTLAND. [Keaton] OREGON
ahampoo thorou*hly wiih Resinol Soap and hot
came from a farm,” remarked Con
moving picture Industry In which he
water. W ork tha creamy Resinol lather w all
“ Well,” replied Miss Cayenne, ‘‘may- ■aye:
into tha acalp. Rlnsa with gradually cooler
aches? Stomach sen
water, tha laat water bain* cold. A ll dnisSUU
be tome of our ancestors would say
“ No more than three year* ago
“Yes. Yon can advise him to go
rail Raataol Soap aad Ointment.
te? A little cough? No
the same of us."«-Washington Star.
Can’t Mias ’Em
many scenario writers were getting
back to It if he isn’t a success, and
T ire easily?
“I’ve invented eomethleg in an era
Very Much So. *
effects o f this dread mal-
tomobile horn. It’s got all the ethos«
to turn out a picture every seven
“ Uncle James did a paradoxical
backed off the boards.”
Y t h e y are catarrhal,
thing this morning.”
“Can It beat thoee squswkers that
is a catarrhal disease.
“ I was rather surprised when the
side were paid for correspondingly,
“ What was It?”
OeollaU aud Physician* n**d K u rin * By* make a man Jump almost out td his
! can never be w ell as long
“ He wanted some things from town or at even lesser rates. Bear In mind, doctor told me not to give baby any Remedy many year* befor* tt w a* offered aa a hooter
Itarrh remains in your sys-
in a hurry, eo he sent the footman on also, that no royalties were (or are) blue milk.”
Domestic Rye Medicine. Kurin* to BUU Com
“Can It? Say. this horn o f mlno
pounded by Our Phyaleinna and guaranteed
paid. Do you «appose for a moment
weakening your whole
“ Of course, baby is a brunette, and by them aa a Reliable K ell*! for R y** that Meed scares ’em eo they can’t get out at
that any man with a real talent for blue la not her color. But t didn’t sup- Car*. Try It In your K y** aad la Bahy a X y **— your way.”
with stagnant blood and
story telling would give a second pose that musty old doctors knew Mo Sm arting—Juat Xye Comfort. Buy Kurin*
jo u r D ru **U t—accept no SuboUtata, and If
thought to motion picture writing un about auch things.”—Louisville Cour ot
in tare* ted w rit* for BoOh o f th* B y* Free.
der each conditions?
She—Did you lot papa wtn from yea
M U B U IB BXM K K S Z U f O h , C U lC A U tl
at poker, as I told you?
“ Times are better now because the
Or Buy Swordfish.
He—Yes, and he said that a deb who
keen competition has forced up
such a poor game should never
“ Henford la a pacifist. Isn’t he?”
A gentleman in New Orleans adver played
prices, but tbs returns to tha authors
marry his daughter—never .—-Boston
tised for a man to do chores around
i the one tonic for the after
are still In ridiculous disproportion to
wife have cartridge paper on their din the house and the advertisement was Transcript
o f grip, because it is a
the salaries of the actors and the to ing room wall.”—Boston Transcript
answered by a colored man.
Tell Others How They Were tal coat of the production. Aff aver
rhal treatm ent o f proved
Such Is Life.
“ Are you married?” asked the pro»-
Carried Safely Through
ence. Take it to clear
“When we were first married I al
flOO to $200 a week. At such a scale,
“Did Blbbe give his wife her new
all the effects o f grip, to
“ Yes, suh, I’se married,” replied the lowed my wife “twenty dollars a weak
Change of Life.
young men of talent may possibly be car voluntarily?’’
applicanL “ but mah wife la out of a for household expenses.”
digestion, d ea r up the
“I rather think it was a- case of auto Job. Dat’s why I’se got to shlT fob
“Yes, and n o w r
1 membranes, regulate the
Durand, Wia.—" I am tha mother of secured.”
“ She allows mo a dollar and a half
, and aet you on the highway
fourteen children and I owa toy life to
a week for lunches and carfare.“
Activities of Women.
Lydia E. Pink ham’s
spa one* or more of your
Great Britain haa 17 women who
have found it valuable,
F lre f Tommy (In the trenches):
pound. When I was are peeresses in their own right
snds of people In every state
“Wot’cher lookin’ so blue abahL Bill?’’
tnd have told ne of It Many
Second Tommy: “Jest got a letter
C h a n g e of Life, be allowed all women workers In New
more have bean helped
from the Missus, ter say ’ar stater is
tioal time« by# this reliable
puttin’ up wlv’er and ’as got the meas
mended It and It
les. It ain’t ’art a go. lf ain’t wtv me
Barnard college girls have taken up
ve me such relief Jlu Jlteu, the ancient sport and de-
in’ ’ome on leave tomorrer, and a
I bteUto fana to*!**#«
from my bad feel fens* used In Japan.
ngerona trouble like that In the
ings that I took
An army school of oookery, at
several bottles. I
which women Instruct baa been In
am now wall and
augurated tor the training of military
healthy aad recom
Tho bride Is » pleasing young wo
mend year Compound to other ladlee.” oooks who will serve at tha front with
man, well known In Beardstown*
C G ee W o
younger social soL and enjoys tha ao-
—Mrs. m ar t R idoway , Durand, Wia.
an are engaged In this work.
Et mealtime, you can rest
qualntance of every one who knows
A Massachusetts W om an W r it e «
Mias Hoyl Skinner of Georgia haa
Blackstone, Masa. — ” My troubles
Assured there 1« weakness
bean appointed by the department of
Ria aaeeaaafut barb-
ware from my age, and I felt awfully
al to mad tea eura all
• Crass WhO* YmiWaRk
kind« ot allmaiita of
sick for three years. I had hot flashes
* somewhere in the diges
Foot-X*** U « certain ouro to* &&
man and woman with-
often and frequently suffered from women of the South.
oat op« ration, a aad
Sophie L Burke of Detroit has
tive s y s te m that calls
from tha wondarful
pains. T took Lydia E. Plnkham’s
given «36,000 for tho establishment of
______ _ fhtah ara ankn va to
for immediate attention.
—Mra. P ierre Cornuto yrr , B ox 189, a home for the reclamation of chil ry » , U m * n o e .
I «clone« of Olla country,
That Tired Feeling.
dren with criminal tendencies.
dank and elraalara. Sand
This suggests s trial of
tATlON FRICK. Addraaa
Strains, B u n c h « «,
Ha—But doesn’t my devotion a re «
Such warding symptoms as sense of
Ws Chats« Mle&iai Ce suffocation, hot flashes, heedaehas, back
Thrush, Old Sou««,
Maklng Paper From Oreas.
-Oh. yea; the sort of feeling
P in t St. Portland. Ora
aches, dreed of impending evil, timidity,
The departísent ot agricultura la Nafl Wounds, Foot Rot,
ma a tonlo tor In tha sprlng.-
sounds in the earn, palpitation of tho experlmontlng wtth wlre grasa aa • Fistula, Bleeding, F.tc,, P **,
hoart, sparks before the eyes,
so urce of tupply for pulp la rnablng
M a d e S i n e 1846. “
m an i«
papar. It la reportad that the result-
No. IS, 1916
ant papar haa proved thoroughly sat-
“Boma, I a a eorry to say, fan bp tha
lafactory, iffit thát Inore bleeohlng
It helps Nature
“Well, areal they
of poplar stook.
THE COGLEY METHOD,
Oils and Greases
Double Triad, Puncture Proof Tins
YOU ARE THINKING
WOES, PELTS, CASCARA BARK
5AVE Y O U R R A G S '
FR EE B O O K S
Metal Grain Kos
to stop dandruff
and loss of hair
w ith R esinol
Coast CohrertâFlune C e
A p p e tite
R eb els
HAN FOR ITS
Bt,sA!B, 9 f.îîyn*
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