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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1915)
ITEM IN HARBORS
SOME OF THE ENTRIES OF THE SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBIT OF
MAY BE IN
THE OREGON POULTRY AND PET STOCK ASSOCIATION.
BUDGET IS AMPLE
Oregon Is to Need Every Cent
flf $3,000,000 Asked (or
at Present Congress.
Companies Are Expected to
Appeal From Decision of
a. - V , i j a.- - , . --
COLUMBIA TO TAKE MOST
SECOND CASE UP TODAY
.1 -V isv''5 a
Jwportar of Jcttj Work and Oprf
of IreJxr- I to il
t r.ed lie fore (ommlllrfi to
Minimise I'o.ibl Cal.
Southern racifle Ia to Oppose View
That Only $2.50 May Be Paid
tor Land, Given in Suit Against
Southern. Oregon Company.
TITE MOTtNIXG OnEGOMAX, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1915.
I v. , aa"r . j r
"P'r'l4ter. for Cfca rlr and
J'6"' l"Pfn.mt provided lor
In t.i e.timatee bow before I'oBtnu
!; b mei-. in every particular, is
b or that the IrilH
',4"' n near tar have outl n4
' "ilaj fiscal e-
l.a IA o?ia:iii of ln engineer
lt rftars of l:. Portland office. If
onar... f.i:. . r.-i ire Ifca approprla-l-on.
a so prnpo.e.i. Itrtcoq Will be
fortunate. In.-.d. H; h hamber ef
(ummfft official. h art acs'aiat-
it t& tout of .i it! w sler-
w . .
Tha aucct appropriation cave
Seen pUrt before loxfxi by the
h:ef ef t"ia I n f State I'.oglneerlng
Ieprtmeet mr.4 c: for .pend;lure
Il"Inr( ;rrcnml!r 1 1 )!. )
Tria m-at l-njortinl tram In lh rre9
;: for ;.iu.iju la spent al It
wo-jt.-i of i:a Colombia Invar This
f sir c.rri.s botn l ha work, en th
Hirfi j-t-r ml tne activate of n
.- : a i t.wu Th fatty work. II
U m.tt.-t. wilt !.. l!.MU1f l.av
I" It: .'! faf tK. Cftiook epr-
Vtaefc t'Paaaaaar PfatMal Fast
t; tne f r mo 4Bt k4 f r at th
m-i of i iiil'ims a ia i.ow.4 ay
lonr.... but ) tt la
a ?fr'ifrnli, Ifla ol!nl( year la
TS loci ansouat
' 47 Y.1. .? a.a-l-V a'' A V wV f . !..'?.-
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! jir.f la cumpiala in. prJ.-t afl.r I f ' , f S ' j" 'i' TT -V . ''" r" '" j r T- V I
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m .i , i- m- rk .i t. W. - ; jj- YYfjtr.Z
; ts ruar. it. f.iiaalB, liana for - ' ' v- - -- - t . , t
r.a..n r.a.r coa.t Imc-ro.ama.l. "y raAaW a i la. i i, a . f J-a- ' . '
I bl rCnnftmn4i tO Co MHBMHaWaHaVaWaWKMnM a ax " -
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of f rrM.f af .n clnarft: fea. ilav,
.'l i ' T .amoon. ur i4 Ur. !
I I. Cla'.aato l.n.r. J I'oTjiIta
l.n.r. i.cc. Ta'iJiria l.lar. j.f
t pi-r l'g.mu ani lnbjtr -a. aaova
'a!:.o r aiia i tha mo'ji of la ynaha
l..ar. : .!. na Milif la I'ilU-
t'ir( l an.J.oa-. f : ;. . I :arntt aa-i
i-kii; rnar. tir.d'io
Tha work !; Ifta l.a . r Columbia
a. Wiilam.tta rx.ra cat f r dria
r; an4 ai-ima .fh.r Irnproaamaoea ae4
w... ba aurficiani. It la linulai. la
n:ntaii na cn.nnl al t pra.anl
cicDi'motiil kr 1 acltt(ia eC l
I'urt f I'urt:aa4.
aaal la aaphaaa aaaL
Taa an.inaara la (Ba rrt'aa4 c?ft-a
ra wait .at;'ia.f wilt lha turfal a
fe nia aTir anl a popaf'tt na Co.
f-.-va w,.l fin4 11 po.atbta ! .lie la
variola itma In full.
I' l otirru actio, adopta tfca poticv
pr'ilail Ual tf arproprl-
a". a a Urn? urn fr a-'l tha? rlvar .a.
aarbur ni yrovamao t of tA country. II
U in. that t Oracaa a.tlmataa
will r. a to ba lrimn.4 aubaianllallr.
Whin iSa Ctiro6ar cf Commarra of-fii-iaU
a-a l!.ir l c'aat trial lha
rnxnt I'ama f-r lha Columbia l'-lr
or an t f iciaat ta carry an tr work t"T
taa aa.c yaar. uy aro aot aura aRttfc-
r tn Pu4at in toat particular caa
tan.t mii-.l prunina
Thar apat urea oson Cnr
ttm importaac of rataiaiaf lha bud(l
la ta praaaai form.
BIG DAMAGE CASE FILED
iiMTmr conrttt i pii.d
af Tklrw-!Mr l.iabl Way
A IWaaa Rrrarb af rualil MaaW
lllaa Law Kaak .H.M.
Tha "craat tsM -ay" of tha Tblr4
flr.at.ra cuimip.tM In a suit asain.t
Ina ortrata..tar Kla-rl; Company for
lt"4.t:;t. Bla.l In lountr t'tfrk Cof.
Ja' olTu-a lrila ty Arrhl s. AH.
rmif of taa TMr4-.lrat alaclrlc
ar H a a.
dclrra lhf lia prcmntftl tha
r.t ;snt way for tha bnt of
tna .Northwrac.rn t;vtri; Company an4
tal thmy promiaa-i. In raturn. to aarura
I r fi im a N of IJ. r. ithi w uiclt ba
tn.. to buy tha atovit of tha Pao
yia a I'lothin Company, a TM'd-!rl
on-arn. Tha comyany. ha ara. failao)
t a:ur ifta loan for bin. aai b baa
Tha clo'hint t.x!t hi.l AH In
. " t buy. ba aara. Inan.J at 7I..
;h1.' Ha ii ha rorj!4 i. pur.
n'l it fr lijiilU rilur to
a.t-ufa tria loan l-'t fjr bim lha d;f-I-ran.
a b'w.n tha Inaoica pri-o arnt
It- aar-4 pur- hjaa pru-a. or :r)IMi
.io it !-! him ina roiJ will of
ii. ff.-.ra. wht.n b ay la worlb
$ : !.
T oaar mm of tr .eok of
ta P.opla a I'tothlnc I'ompany Aak
4v. na nin i4 tha trai4 Furnlalt.
ln ' 4i H'-u ha di4 na"
-'-a tna loan thia company a!o
fiil.it. h an4 ba Toat if. racilal
.J.-. wort n. ka.:.!. !:.). wai.a
t- hj, borrewat for tha :rarwj cum'
" t"t of thl. A d.rlaraa. hit
rr.-ltt iR4 co,t aama In lha community
h a ! 4llW4i l too a.t.ot of
Ait of lha Ifama total l!'l.ll!l.
l liaff Raak ltaa. Oaa. tr IL N. r ana. avrtw. Or. 3I Baal Hlark I a a bora
tm I a te. Jaaa M. Xaaa. Owarr. I Jl HI Ban. ta Nrna, Lra-
oat Raaaat la lav a aow.
CROWDS ARE LARGER
Throngs at Poultry Show ln
sped Prize Birds.
INFORMATION. IS GIVEN
iU-clnarra Ix-arn Mrrit.. f IJrrc-tla1
lanwy and lnatrortiun
rc I'ro.librd 1 -
Yrar-Old fllrd la Vlrnrd.
a, to Care
3 INDICTED AT TILLAMOOK
atallnrrak Atrrtn aa Kraidrnl Krr-a
Mm .Vaainx Off IVar.
T!t-V. "K. Or. fia-. t '.p-UI
-Th. rani irr tn.1!-ta- Carl l-onl
f'r foiary; r;if .Ni--hoI.on aa4 ai4
l-TTiar for hurIary. an4 W. J liapbaaa
ia. a.uwi v a minor ta a mii&
.nnia, .. noiaon im Omar ar op
" '"a la.oif IB.y ' Uni.d
j .i!-raa. ar. h .4 flia. ona of lha bar
Ii-ona ina win toar w Baa thay war 4:
la-ct by a f" ltvinr oppoaita
".n Craaahaar h4 ai;a l4 IMa an4
at tna mar. wtiR.. at alchl. but 4 4
aot antl. ira'a any altampl ta aa m thair
out 4'4riaa tha aaT
Tba attaadaor oa tha acond day of
lha (tbtbtt of lha Orrfoa Poultry and
Pat Stock A.vrtatton aa Jut SO par
rant batter traa en tha oranicj day.
according to tba ftcurra of lha cat.
andara. John u. Wjnn. arrratarr of
ora.nl'allnn. la mora than aalla
ad with IB Interact Ibat lbs pub.lc
baa manlfaata.l In a hat la drcarrd to
ba lha bvl .boar that tha ai.oclatlon
ra ar conduclad "Our cromrd
hould ba mark rlr Vadn4y
nd Tbursday." aald itr. Wann laal
With tba dl.po.al of lha Judcln- and
a blue and r4 ribbon, adornlna tha
nana by lha hundrad moat of lha at'
tantion ef tha inanacar. of tba
nation ban lurn.d to an.wrrlnx
tha quariaa of proapactlva poultry
braadara. Tha orrira of lha (ternary
ha baan aouahl by hundrada. aaaklnc
information rayardlnr the mania of
particular brarda or tha baat kind of
food that hould ba clvrn the chirk.
ana Tba rhichan up(;y hou.a. main
laln'nc booth In lha ahow. haa baan
a. croadad a ba.a barn the exhibit
On of tha rurlo.itl. that ha at
trart.d much attantlon I a Ulack Su
matra cork. It yaara of asa. ft I
tha proparty of lb Mount Area? pou
try Farm and a a br4 by Pathar
? hoan.r. tha plant wliard. It haa bran
howa In .i J I. Ijiii K i po.it ion. In
poultry mi.omt m cbxtsa C:.nd
lia limor an4 Miiarauka and tha aac
tnaL war iai-1 by tba bra ltb which
in coca waa laal )aar mat. 4 wr
Tba pat animal hare a!an atlractad
Ida ailaailoa. Amonr tha baat as
men i. a a.nn.i or t rtlhuabua tul.
pi.a. iciri ara ai.o numa'nu Ho. too
larrtar. Alrada: l.rruri and fo lr-
Tha Mckanaa rrk Pouttry farm
yaatard.r won a apacial prl.s for lha
bt cocaaral In tba .how. rompatlna
taln.l i I l a braad. on a.hlMt Th
pru.-w Incirc n'rant a a Tl'hlia
t.achora. and with lha rp.rlal aaard
want a tro a midii
dallnqucary to proparty and th lubit
quaol taa paid by lha purcharr of
th certificate I the lac. I quaatlon
that will baa lo ba aaltlad by lha
h-iprma Court of Or. con through the
fi.in of a mil la lb Circuit Court
Al I'rra.on. plaintiff In lb action.
chara-a that In lJ he purchad a
cartificat of delinquency from Douc
laa County, which, tncpthar with Ilia
ubaciuanl talc, amounted to approx
imalolr liio. Mr. Crraann ays h later
Irarn.d thai the crrliflcato a void
and demanded th return of hi money
front tha county.
Th County Attorney claim that Mr.
Crea.nn voluntarily paid tha tae on
th land covered by delinquent car
itfirat. and conaequcntly cannot ra
A dcUlnn of th Supreme Court will
b a.k.d in the caa. do mailer which
at.! win In tha lower court. It I an
ROSE CENTER TO EXPAND
-;tivi. rodv ntxiuKS ox
I. .ll. I'.R ABKA TlliX 1 I I3.
Tbrre Bla raradea riaaari aad Other
p'eatarea af laid Caralval Are
Taken I p by Dlreelara.
Th Fe.tlval Center In the 11 Rom
Fratlval will be SO par cent larger
than It wa last year. Tha board of
director of the Fe. rival decided this
t their meetini lot nlfihu
It ba not bean determined where
tha canter will be located thi year,
but It will probably be In the park
block, a In lli.
Parade and paseant that were def
Inilely derided on lat nlitht ware the
floral, automobile and vehicle parade.
the fraternal, military and Industrial
panda and Hi arhool children's pa
rade. Other paceant features are un
Tha date fr th cjnalns: of the slogan
conteat wa set for January li. I'p to
that lime anyone may submit as many
iloum a they pleaae. KIKht words
in maxlum thai may be used la
Insl slosan. The prise tor th
winning slcan will be
Headquarter for the Festival will
be elrrted within a few day, but until
th-r hav been found .log an. should b
mailed to J. (I. t'undore. president of
th Koa Featlval. feherman. Clay ck Co.
I.lnyd M'Do.rH who handled the
publicity for tha Festival last year and
who wa publicity man for the recent
Manufacturer' and Laind I'rodurta
bhow. wa reappointed lo handle the
puMtrlly for the 1)1 Fedlval. and
HI be. In work In that department
ailh.n a few days.
Further liiisjauon mat may Keep
both the Coos Bay and the Oregon c I
California grant lands la the courts for
years Is threatened as a result of the
decree handed down in the United
Mates Court yesterday by Judge oi
verton In the case of the Government
against the Southern Oregon Company.
The court held, in this decree, that
the grantees of the land are entitled to
a value of J;. SO an acre and no more.
Attorneys for the defendants gave no.
tlce of appeal.
A similar decree, with substantially
the same provisions, has been prepared
by Constantino J. tsmyth, special assist
snt to the Atlomey-Oeneral of the
I'nited States. In the Oregon c Califor
nia case, which decree will be sub
mltted to Judge Wolverton this morn
Attorneys for the Southern Tsclfic
Compeny. who contend thst they, as
present holders of the Oregon ft Cal
ifornia Isnds. own the timber, coal,
miner. la and other natural resources.
as well as their value of 12.50 an acre.
Ill contest this view when the case
comes up today.
Company Males Are Limited.
If tha court accepts the contentions
of the L'nlted State attorney, aa It did
In the .Southern Oregon esse. It Is
probable that the fnuthern Pacific at
torneys likewise will prepare an ap
peal. Hoth these appeals must go to the
Cm ted Stat. Circuit Court of Appeals,
from which It will be possible to ap
peal to the frtlted r-tntea Supreme
Court. Thus It Is possible that the
lands will be held in litigation for a
The decree signed by Judge Wolver
ton yesterdsy enjoins the Southern
Oregon Company from selling- any 01
Hie timber on Ihe Coos Uay wsgon
road lands, "or any minerals or other
deposits thereon, except as part of or
in conjunction with the land on wmcn
the timber stands or In which the mm
ral or other deposits are found, and
from cutting or removal of any or tn
timber iL.rton. or from removing or
authorising the removal of mineral
other deposits therein, excepting
ronltinction with the sale of the lan
bearing th timber or containing in
Price Net le F.seeed KJMI.
The defendant ar further enjoined
from Ihe sale of Ihe land and It re
source until Congress shall have na
"reasonable opportunity" to make pro
vision for Its disposition by legists
If Congress does not make provlslo
the defendant may apply to the four
within a reasonable time, not leas than
elcht months from Ihe entry of Hi
decree, for a niodlf icstlon of so much
of the Injunction herein ordered a
forbids any disposition of said lands.
or mineral, limber or other deposits, or
any part thereof until Congress shall
"The court hereby reserves the rlgn
lo modify this decree In thst regard
If. In its opinion, rood cause shall exls
for doing so. Is the concluding state
The other restrictions governing dis
PO.lt I in of the land are Hist it mus
be sold In tracta of not to exceed 160
acres and at a price not to exceed JI.SO
Contrary lo the provisions of the
Oregon & California grant, the grantees
of the Coos Bay lands are not required
to sell their properly to actual ret
l-laiow Is Viewed Differently.
The Government started Its suit for
forfeiture of title In the Coos Bay lands
soon after action was sisrtea to re
cover title In the Oregon It Callfornl
Isnds. When tha I nlted States Su
premo Court Isst june renoerea its
decision In the Oregon & California
case Judre Wolverton entered an order
in the Coos Bay case carrying sub
stantlally the same provisions as those
contained lo the Oregon fc California
In brief, the title of tha defendants
In the property was upheld, but they
were required to sell, avhen they did
sell, for K.50 an acre. They were en-
Joined from selling- at all, however.
until Congress could specify the terms
of the sale.
Mr. Smyth was retained by the De
partment of Justice to prepare a de
cree In accordance wtin tne supreme
Court's decision. His Interpretation of
the decision Is thst the grantees are
entitled to nothing more than 12.60 an
acre In their holdings.
This Interpretation does not coin
cide, however, with the interpretation
of the attorneys for the grantees. Con
tinued litlgstlon. therefore. Is In sight-
Extra Special, to Identify Location
Suit or Overcoat to Order
STAMP THIS NEW LOCATION ON YOUR MEMORY WELX
So you should
have a Rintoul &
Co. Suit tailored
to your measure
n o w. Notwith
standing the low
prices, every suit
sold will have
standard of style,
wj 1 aa C V
inn 1 A- aJvCX
i m m lit I ) .'-. 7 r
A qq iinn
nv i c t
Tom. cr. -
Here Is the
RINTOUL & CO,
This salt Is sraaranteed by Rintool A' Co.
aaalnat imperfection in materials or veork
maavhlp. For a period of six month from thia date It
wilt be pressed twice each month without charge.
fit, wear and tai
Very fine and
rich materials in
dance are includ
ed in the great
lot of fabrics,
from which you
may choose at
for the opening
and tailored to
your measure in
suits or overcoats
at $22.50, $25.00
126 Fifth St., Bet. Wash and Alder
As Shown on the Map Above.
MARSH MEMORIAL IS PLAN
Pacific VniverMty Alumni Pledge
I'umN to Honor Late IMucaior.
SIX CIGAR MEN ARRESTED
"I'orwli Hoard" Operator
Cliarged Willi Gambling-.
' e.lrl Tlaratry llama : a f .
StW.KM. r. I we. I ip.elal Th
af 4 T ai.r w.a dtroi4 early
be a f:ra b-!l..4 la baa baan
a i. I d.f.tl.a :.,.tri- wiring. Th
!" ia e.ttmate.l I ;. Tha build
Ins w aa l.r ! by K. K. I -an a.on,
who.a nntiri pl.-ture ma. hln wa da.
troT.t. P. it. ISXttr waa owner of
lb bu tiding.
MAN .WANDERS IN TIMBER
Otto IJ.k. of Cone Counly, 1 I'ouml
RiViKPf R. Or.. Per. T iKpaclal)
nil. nt (Mxiy cut M orulaad a a
result ef hi wan-tarings, otto Ei.k.
f Coo County, was found by Sheriff
Quin tat today. vn mil aa.t of
Wll-iur. oa the .North t'mpajua ltivr
Tba man waa only partla la clothed.
and It la Ikougnt ha had baa waa-
daring Ibrougn the limber f- r veral
days Ilia limb wr bal'y awol an
was uaabl lo walk without
. . L. . .K. ft 1.-1 .
- aa wa ' " m Dtr.. la. . . . ,
Wb.a .- Ust before bla d.aappear- ""- cll .May I (rooter
- ' " '"""""'""'a money on Mrs. Alice li irachberger. who ahot
ria parson, lie is unable lo give an herself at her home. 7m t'.iioo
Following numerous complaints that
punch board a" were being operated In
Various cigar stands and simllsr es
tablishment about Ihe city. Patrolmen
Miller. Wellbrook and Srhtnldtke mad
t arre.ts yesterday afternoon. All
ara charged with maintaining a
gambling device. They war released
on their own recognisance and will ap
pear in tne Municipal Court today.
Tboae arrested were: John t'nrer.
! Washlnctoa street: 1. Gunder-
turner. 21 Morrison street; K. Gold
smith. Sixth and Alder streets; John
Smith. Fifth and Alder streets: G.
Outherick. Ml Fourth street, and Al.
bert L. Loundlorg. Ilenson HoteL
Through the effort: of the Associate
Alumni of Pacific University, rorest
Grove, a handsome memorial tablet Is
soon to be erected on" lb campus to
the memory of Ihe lale Joseph Walker
Marsh, a pioneer Oregon educator.
Plana for this memorial are In the
handa of an alumni committee headed
by Barnet V. Ho, or Gaston. Or. Mr.
l:o already has received subscriptions
covering the grester part of th cost
and It la expected that the fund will
be completed soon.
Professor Msrsh devoted the greater
part of hi Ufa to tesrhlng In tha Forest
account of bla wandering.
DOUGLAS COUNTY IS SUED
Action I lo llrcmrr Mini Paid n
Void Delinquent Ortlflrale.
RiXKBfKn. Or. ae. 7. (Special )
Whether a County Court can kep thai
money paid for a void ciruricat ef I
Monday morning, wa reported to be
resting well at the Good Samaritan
lloapiial laat night, and II la believed
lhal h will recover. Mrs. Ilirsch.
berger is said to have been depressed
because of Ibe marital difficulties of
her daughter. Clara, who recently mar
ried I -a on Gollileb. now he.d In tha
County Jail for passing worthless
fcorland and Sweaa are Bawl to ba
toe baalibieat ceaairtaa la Euros.
To Ward Off Winter
rove Institution. He was one of the
best-known educators in the state and
the movement to erect the memorial is
receiving- the hearty approval of hun
dreds who were numbered amonr; his
James W. Going Is Laid to Host.
Funeral services for James W. Going,
pioneer of 1153, who died Sunday at
the home of his son A. C. Going, 62
Wasco street, were held yesterday from
the establishment of J. P. Finley &
Son. Montgomery and Fifth streets.
Dr. T. U Kllot officiated. Stuart Mc
Guire sang two songs. "Blessed Are
They That Mourn" and "Abide With
Me." Many friends were present and
msnv- floral offferine: were received.
To keep the face smooth, whit and beau
tiful a I Winter, there , nothing quit so
good ordinary niereo:ised wsx. Koush.
chapped or discolored skin, inevitable In Ihl.
weatbar. la gently absorbed by the was and
replaced by the aeaer. fresher skin beneath.
The race exhibits no trace of th wax. th
latter being applied at bedtime and washed
aft mornings, cream, poadera end rouses,
an lb otn.r bsud. ar apt to appear con
.plcuous at this saaaon. because of alternat
ing a. pension and contraction of tha skin.
due to chanting temperatures. 1 advts you
to try this itnpl treatment. Get an ounce
f mercoi:sed w.s at soy drusstor sod use
:tka cold ervsm. This will heln any skin
si one., and la a week or so the complexion
wilt look remarkably youthful and healthy.
Wind and flying dust often eaus squint.
in and other contortion which mas wrln.
l ou ran uUit-klft- s-t nd of aiery
a rink t, ho.trif pro-lud. le using s harm
le fare bath made by dl.solilng I 01
powdered saaellie ia pt. aitck nasal.
The Very Best.
Eggs and Stock for Sale
JOHN M. MANN
382 Stark SL, Portland, Or.
Interment was at Lone Fir Cemetery.
Services at the grave were in charge of
Man Yarding Poles Ileported Killed.
BAXDO.V, Or., Dec. 7. (Special.)
John Barrows, of this city, has been
reported killed in the woods five miles
south of here this afternoon, while.
yardiriE' poles. Burrows has a wife and
two children here. N'o !etail have yet
come in. Deputy Coroner S. E. Johnson
has gone to the scene.
The trackless trolley system is used for
peneral frt-ight traftic in several parts of
BEU.IAX HARK. NEW ZEALAND
KD9 AND KI.EMIH GIANTS.
FANClf AND ITILITV.
It. F. D. 1. Bex 151, Mllwaakle. Or.
FOR PROFIT 4 Boys and girls can sell
all they raise tor Pets and Scientific Pur.
po. Writs for literature
MAURICE R. MANN
S69 East Tenth Street N Portland. Oregon
throughout the entire show
because it gives the ut
most in feeding value for
the least money.
Diamond Quality Poultry
Foods, leg bands, remedies,
fountains, feeders, Mandy
Lee Incubators, everything
for the poultryman, listed
in our Poultry Supply Cat
alogue No. 362. Send for
Portland Seed Co
Drl Paul C. Yates
TKai IKARS OF HONEST DKNTIS-
'i 11 ly a'IBTLAAB
I Have Cut Prices
I will save you '50 cents on every
dollar on the best dental work mad a
by human hajids and without pain.
GOLD CltOWNS :UK to S5.0O
BRIUGEWUitK 83.UO to 5.0O
FLATUS C10.O0 and an
All Work Guaranteed Fifteen Year.
PAULC YATES rDis
Second Floor of Rothchild Bldg,
Fourth and Waahington.
When Itching Stops
There is one safe, dependable treat
ment that relieves itching torture in
stantly and that cleanses and soothes
Ask any druggist for a 25c bottle of
zemo and apply it as directed. Soon
you will find that pimples, black heads,
eczema, ringworm and similar skin
troubles will disappear.
A little zemo. the penetrating, satis
fying liquid, is all that i3 needed, for
it banishes all skin eruptions and
makes the skin soft, smooth and