THE OREGON 'DAILY JOURNAL, PORT LAND. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, : 1917. DEMANDS FOR FRUITS OUGHT TO MAICE FOR .GOOD PRICES NEXT YEAR; SAYS FRUIT MAN Brazil in Market For Rabbit Hair Consul -Omml Alfred I. 11. Oott- chalk. at -Rto d Jantera, nn : "Tabs wnn has Man approached by aa Importer who desire, to knew what opportunity there in let t be to Import from the United States rabbit hair such aa la usedta the manufacture of fait hats. It appears that this srOcla, which wu formerly obtained chiefly from Bel- glum IM In smaller quantities rrotn Franca, baa almost entirely disappeared from tba market here. Tba fur or hair, to ba acceptable apoa the Brasillea market, should ba packed ta paper bars of two kilos about 4.4 sounds) weight each, and thenar should ba taoloaad ta wooden caaaa of from 100 to to kOoe (2: to 440 pound!) ta weight This Importer gives the following in formation aa to the approximate con surapttoa of the above article In vari ous parts at BraaU where there are fao torleal Rio da Janeiro. 47.000 kilo. ; Baa Paolo. 26.000 kUoe : Rto Grande, 12T.004 kiloa (1 kilo equals VI pounds) PROSPECTS BRGH FOR FRUIT SALES SAYS MR. PAULUS Salem Horticulturist Sees Good Outlook in Heavy Demand by Canneries and Vinegar Plants. SAYS PRICE FIXING AN MB Government's Cutting Out of the Middle Profits Will Increase ' Consumption,' Loan Banks Aid. Never before In the history of Ore gon has tha prospect before the grower of fruits and vegetables been so bright, according to Robert C. Paulus of Salem, president of the Oregon State Hortlcult ural society. . "There Is at the present time In Ore gon, with the possible exception of ap ples, a permanent demand for practi cally all fruits far In excess of the sup- . Ply. he said. ' Canneries, juice factor lea, vinegar "plants and evaporating plants are in the market with term con tracts and larger fruits. Prices being paid are tha highest in history, almost anything the grower can grow finds ready sale, and never has the future of the fruit Industry In Oregon looked aa bright as now. If growers of , Oregon use the same methods of growing and caring for their fruits that have brought such big returns to growers In other sections, I can see no reason, why Ore gon cannot beat the world with her products." Middle Profit, Cat Down President Paulus commended the gov ernment for action being taken to elim inate speculative profits, and predicted this will result in the grower receiving more for his fruit and at the same time reduce the price to the consumer. . ."It has been shown that In some products the grower gets only IS cents out of a dollar the consumer ultimately pays," he said. "War conditions have caused the government to give this mat-. ' ter: serious consideration, and there is no question that this difference can be ma terially cut down by proper methods. Freer advertising given by government to fruits and vegetables will no doubt. stimulate consumption to a great extent, The government Is also doing every thing In Its power to encourage farm ars and fruit growers to organize pur chasing and marketing organisations, Any amount of information and assist ance can be had from the bureau of markets and rural organization along that line." Loan Banker Big Help He said one of the biggest things the government has done to aid the farmer Is the creation of farm loan associations In accordance with the farm loans act, .which has made It possible for farmers to ootala Ions term loans at a low rats of Interest.' . . - ., . ., President Paulus predicted rapid de velopment in fruit canneries and prod ucts -factories and vegetables. Instead of leaving tha growers to depend on the market for green stuff, , : . s , "Never baa there been a more favor able moment' for development of this fruit and vegetable products business than now," he declared. - "With tha enormous prices of canned goods, shortage of fresh fruits and veg etables on the eastern markets - caused by the ear shortage, and tha demands of canning concerns, there should be a strong market." IRRIGATION APPEARS TO BE GETTING HOLD IN DOUGLAS COUNTY Meeting , Held at Myrtle Creek Recently Attended by 150 Farmers. Irrigation Is apparently getting a hold on the minds of many Douglas county farmers, says the Roeeburg Review. At a meeting recently held at Myrtle Creek mote than 150 people were present. . . The principal matter before the meeting was the question of Irriga tion in theimmedlate vicinity of Myr tle Creek. The discussion resoivea Itself Into talks pertaining to thH matter, and brought out the fact that several farmers In that district are seriously contemplating the installa tlon of small irrigation systems on their lands, soma of which will be de pendent upon pumping plants, while few others will be able to utilise grav ity flow. Irrigation was declared to be the best solution for a full response to the request of officers of the national government for increased production tn the way of agricultural and food cropa for the coming year, C. J. Hurd. county agriculturist, and others point ing out that Increases ranging from 100 to 500 per cent could be realised In such crops as beans, clover, etc, through the judicious use of water for Irrigation. HUGE IiOGS ARE LITERALLY SNAKED FROM. FORESTS ' 1 i. L (f5 rs - i s' m i'mii trr. ir t Scene fa one of Qatsop county's big loaning camps. Gtmttmj g.. r. 8- y. Farm Crops Valued At 21 Billion Dollars Were it possible to cash in on the total farm crops of the United States this season, at their value as just esti mated by the agricultural department. there would be enough to pay the est! mated war cost of $21,000,000,000 in a year. Two-thirds of that sum would rep resent approximately the value f the products that leave the farms, and $14,- 000,000,000 'would go far toward paying the largely increased cost that the na tion is confronted with in the war expenses.- - i Taking tha value of all crops, animals. and animal products, there is an aggre gate increase of $8,(00,000,000 over last year's, and taa total is more than double that of any two other years in the his tory of the country. The record corn and oats crops, especially with corn at a farm -value of $1.48 par bushel, or 60 cants per bushel more than last year's. and SI cents above the five-year aver age, makes the estimated value $4,659, 000.000. This compares with $2,296,000, 000 last year. $1,723,000,000 In 1916, and $1,677,000,000 for a five year average. Wheat, the farmer's money-getter with aa little trouble as anything he raises, when taken at the farm price of $2 per bushel (the highest known in our time), contributes $1,220,000,000, an Increase of $294,235,000 compared with 1916. Twenty Millions Paid in Dividends The Bunker Hill A SuIUvan Mining and Concentrating company, operating at Kellogg,, Idaho, has paid $20,270,000 in dividends and tuts $6,500,000 in actual operating" profits tied up 'as invested capital in tha form of cash, securities, plant and property, according to a letter from Fred W. Bradley, president, writ ten on November 14 last, to a stock holder. : . COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE MOBILIZING NATION RESOURCES Coordination of Industries and Resources Made fcrSr Wel fare of the Country, CEDAR POLE CUTTING DEVELOPING INDUSTRY : ON THE CLEARWATER Output This Year, It Is Estimat ed, Will Return Half a Million Dollars. Explaining Its new plan of organisa tion the Council of National Defense has Issued the following statement: "The Council of National Defense was established to bring about tha coordina tion of industries and resources for the national security and welfare. Previous to the entrance of this country into the war steps were taken by the council so to mobilise the industries of the country that they could render effective assist ance to the nation In its hour of need. The crisis made Imperative tha necessity for prompt action. Since instant steps wars necessary the Council of National Defense authorTsed the formation, under its direction, of cooperative committees of industry, to be composed of men rep resentative ol their respective lines. - "These committees have given faithful, patriotic and invaluable assistance to their country. Many of the individuals serving on them have dona so only at great personal and financial sacrifice. The thanks of the entire country is due to these men. who unhesitating y and unselfishly responded to the govern ment's appeal for aid. "Technically, however, this necessary emergency machinery set up by the coun cil was not in the administrative sense Ideal as a means of making permanent the mobilization of Industry In a democ racy at war. Practically it waa effec tive, but the committees were placed before the publlo in a position unfair both to themselves and to the govern ment. The council and its war indus tries board, after giving this matter serious thought for some weeks, have concluded that It is now possible to ar range for meeting tha government's needs through the appointment of highly qualified individuals as government em ployes and expert advisers, and also to meet the needs of Industry as wall as to assist the government by representative committees created not by the govern ment, but by the industries themselves. "It therefore has become feasible to discontinue the embarrassing situation wherein the members of the preeent com mittees are apparently called upon to act Tha marketing, of cedar solas from the upper Clearwater sections has be come a vary important industry and wQl bring returns this year la excess of $100,- 000. The point where the industry has reached tha greatest proportions is Kooakla but poles will ba shipped from XjoIo creek and from tha 2aleaka spur below ahsahss. The National Pols company Is atlng on aa extensive scale at Kooekla and now has mora than 18.000 cedar poles and piling in tba Kooekla yards awaiting shipment. This means 126 carloads are now waiting transportation and tha ship ments already made this year amount to nearly 500 carloads. This company is operating in the aa tlonal forests about 40 miles above Kooekla. the poles and piling having been purchased from the government on the stum pace basis. A force rang ing from 76 to 100 man has been em ployed since early spring and while the operations wCl be necessarily contracted during the winter months, tha company will keep its camps open and will re sume on an enlarged seals with the opening of spring. .The National Pols company has mar keted cedar poles and piling from Koo ekla to all sections of tba United States. Shipments have been made Into New York. Michigan, the gulf states. Kan sas, Oklahoma and even California. AUG ENTINA TURNING TO MANUFACTURE OF CHEESE ON BIG SCALE Interesting Figures Given on Imports Into United States During 1914. Mill Employes Will Help in Spruce Work About every employe of the' mills of Oraya Harbor and in the shipyards are expected to alga the articles aet forth by the Loyal Legion, an organisation that Is indorsed by the United States government. The signing of the name does not mean any financial obligation but asks for loyalty to the government during the period of the war. the signer agreeing to do all he can to help for ward the war by keeping at work en deavoring to prevent strikes and to help forward all endeavors that mean for tba good of the United States. " Swiss ta Promote Pea Industry According to the Geneva Tribune, a syndicate proposes at an early date to ask ths federal council for a 11.000,000 loan for tha development es? ths peat In dustry in Switzerland. Ths axtraotioa of peat will ba undertaken on a large scale. It being planned to work 24 peat fields in ths coming spring. CHEMICAL NDUSTRY I OF UNITED STATES 1 MAKES BIG STRIDE Country Is Now Manufacturing Practically Everything Nec- -. e'ssary in This Line. both as government agents or advisers and at tha same time aa representatives o ths industries. While Europe is retaining nearly an of the cheese that It manufactures for Its own pressing need a Argentina has turned to cheese making on a large scale. and Is now placing Important quantities in the United States. In August. 117. that country delivered 446.000 pounds In this country, and la September, 271. 600 pound a These figures do not ap proach those of Imports from Burope before the war. but they are Interesting tn view of the fact that during the en tire year 116 not a single pound of cheese came from Argentina. During the fiscal year 114. the last year before the war, the United States bought 62.800.000 pounds of cheese from Europe 26.600.000 from Italy. 22.600.000 from 8wltserlaad. 6.800,000 from Franca. 2.700,000 from Holland, and smaller amounts from other countries. Ths av erage monthly Imports from Europe were about 6,200.000 pound a In Au gust. 117, exactly ft pounds of Euro pean cheese were Imported. Italy sup plied this small amount. In September only 1222 pounds cams from Europe. More cheese is being exported than im ported. In September 2.000,000 pounds were sold abroad and this quantity was distributed to mora than 60 countriea England took the bulk of It, 1.700.000 pounds, Cuba 101,000 pounds, and Mex ico 11.000 pounds. As shown by tha annual report of tha secretary of the interior ths country now manufactures practically everything' re quired along chemical lines. The increase in capital Invested la chemical industries was. la 116. $(&.- 666.000; in 116. SM.214.000; and up to September. 117, $85461.000 over taa pre ceding year. Before tha war 10 per oent af ths arti ficial colors and dyes wars Imported, five or six concerns with 400 operatives producing 6200 short tons per Tear. Now there are over M enterprises, aach mak ing special colors, and 100 eoaosrnJ making crudes aad intermediates. Sulphurto add. the chemical barom eter, has doubled ta production. , By-product coking doubled Its capac ity tn ths last three years. Oeaoltne production has increased from ' 25.000.000 to 70,000.000 barrels per annum since 1914. Tha production of explosives aad eon-' sequent consumption of nitrto add has increased enormously. The nitric acid Is sUU almost entirely made from Chile saltpeter, but synthetic nitrogen plants are under proesss of construction. - Before the war 40.000 tons of bartte were imported from Oermaay for thd manufacture of lttnopone. Now flva companies are producing' this article from deposits In Tennessee. Ki&tuckyJ Virginia and Missouri. ' Experiments are under way in Sweden with the uss of paper cans instead of tin ones In ths sardine and other pra- sernns; industries. New Zealand drain Crop Falling Short Ths cereal crop outlook Is not prom ising in New Zealand for ths 117-18 See son, according to ths beeV informa tion obtainable at this tuns, which will leave a marked shortage of wheat at . least. Tha season is very backward and ths seeding was light. According to a statement reported to have been mads by ths minister of ag rteulture of New Zealand, there Is a shortage of 25,000 or 80.000 acres sown. In wheat, as compared with tha 1118-17 season, when tha wheat supply waa 1.250.000 bushels short. Tha estimated acreage seeded to wheat this season is Disced at 189.000. aa compared with 21, 000 acres for the past season. . ; At present there is only sufficient wheat aad flour in New Zealand to sup- ply ths demand for about two months, and Imports are coming forward very slowly from Australia, where tha New ' Zealand government contracted fot 1.600.000 bushels. Soma of ths flour mills in this country havs been compelled to shut down owing to taa short wheat 1 supply. - ;. ,' PORTLAND MAN INVENTS BLUING THAT MAKES GREAT HIT WITT THE HOUSEWIVES MANUFACTURERS' DIRKCTORr (Continued) ' Portland Rnbtxr Mill, rythins In rub ber, rubber heels, tolee, 868 E. Bth.et. Portland. Bolt Itis.. bolt, 200 18th Raamuaees s Co.. paints, TeraiabM. 2d sad Tertor . Rom. W. P. Co4 Wg.' Jeaeleta, ABiky Nd. SnodSTsw A William, metaula hip shlnxlee, - 286 Hawthorn are. Sharker, P.. Ben, fish brand hots . lar, 6 Union t. . ' Sell Auto Works, 3d sad Medieon it., auto ,bodie. truck bodies, beano, wheel. Bella auto starter. . Tharer, Shaver V Oufler, sate track baud- . 1,1 17. TV.... a. UniTerul Tire Filler Co.. noa-puseturo sate tire. 441-448 Hawthorne are. United Mattre a Pad Co., Bisttrenes. rn : era tor. 42T Hancock t. v Vangban Motor Work and Foundry, 471 Eut Jl1n atreet. i- WinnerUns. If., Zcaho Powder. 802 E. 0th St N. - , Willamette Gaa Kngine .as Vaehlne work. Si . enciae. auto repairing, garase, 861 E. artuide. Rasmussen & Go. Makers of PsuntsandVarim N. E. Cor. 2d rod Taylor, . Portland, Oregon w a m m e. AeiMHHa 1 v asp 2 THRIFT FOOD Tkat is saade osier nest saaiteiy eenoitieas ta S sunshine factory. ASX TO PaoiaOS 02UZB, TOOTV K6TT)imtT. IURIACE Kew, and we can give it best attention. Doa't wait sb til the cold of Wis ter. We stake teest ef steel sad seller rivet Utsaw WU1 last tot . settees. . J. J. Kadderly ISO TTKST ST. atanr us Eastern Novelty Mfg. Co. . . LADXXS' vzcxwx&a . Fheae Broadway MM Aeenrdloa. side and 8nnburst Plaltlnv Hesa stitchint 5e yard, and Tucking for the Trade Machine aad Hand Embroiderlna B rtidlna - Seen 80S. IH fifth street Pertlaaa. Orearoa 2asne Marshall Portland, Oregon. MADE TO ORDER Finest imported Fabric BIB ataolaav Bldg. 4th aad Washington anew . 2. Wheeler. X. 23. waealea, GRANDMA COOKIE (ft Largest Cookie Baiery ia Aacrici. seat Stark Cox, Valoa Ave. AOaoiUlOiy saaiiai j sen aaa- s torlala Used Hhla Anywhere. 1 TAPE MAY BE TORN OFF, SO MANY INCHES FOR GALLON OF WATER Manufacturers Find Rsady De mand for Product, and fac tory Will Be Erected. BLUING BY YARD IS LATEST DEVICE DaYu-Scott Belting Co. Oregon Mad. Pure Oak Tsaaori Leather Belting 108-110-112 Uaioa Ava. East SOS Tel. East SOS. Portlaad. Ore, G. P. Rummelin & Son 114 id. aea Wash, at Mfg. Furriers CCAPPLEGATfl TJOCsaso JSstah. 1870. ICata ". Pendleton Woolen lilills Pendleton. Or. ; MANUFACTURERS OP ' PURE FLEECE WOOL BLANKETS Indies 26obas. tsasaes Sags, Baxh Bobes aad Aato 26eaes. ' PORTLAND FURNITURE UFO. 0. Makers I . . COUCHES, : LOUNGES, ' t UPHOUiOLSTERED : FURNITURE, MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS 1249-1259 Macadam Roael . Maia 809 A-3S13 - 5y DR. D. W. KOLLE MAXES HOST YSafEOT 'J'. : Eje Glass and Spectacle Elonniiiigs ea earth. ' tease s wul net eee leen, bt. eats ereahas. esa aet eess eat sa eesMSt Med. rheas fat serneelera . ISS-t WUeea SUas. :stata al8V SOX AJTD OOXA . - GALVANIZING A new aad us-to-the-mlnuta plant iust Installed , Sold. Uver aad XTlekel WlatJaa Ice Creaxasand MUk Cans Ke-tlnned. California Platins .Works, SOa BeoosA Btrsst, at Wslntoav Durable Roofing Saaaa ta Sarttead a smia laaea oasv. .i eitioaa ay . . DURABLE ROOFING MFG. CO. Xraton tnatJoa. VortlaaS. Or. B AS KETS Far AU PurpoM a ay Kind Qulcaly Sappued GRAPE BASIIETS - Reedy for Instant- Delivery V ' TORTLajrn BAtXXT HaJTDLW CO.- Staia 6vT( : . U31-M Kaeadaa BU A bluing package that may be 'kicked about and not broken, locked in a re frigerator and not trosaa and ba shipped to dealers at a mora traction of the freight cost of . tha bottled article, is the Invention of C. B. Baa man, a local chemist The nackaga Is made In the shape of a hollow cylinder three and a quarter i Inches long and two Inches In diameter. Inside the cylinder Is a roll of paper tags two and a half Inches wide, an Inch and-a half of which Is dipped In a chemical bluing of the purest quality. One end of this tape arotrudes through a slot tn tha cylinder. At intervals of half aa Inch Is a printed rule mark, and tha words "one gallon" is printed on tha upper un colored1 half of ths tape. This means to Instruct tha user to tear ths tana In Hesse-Marfo Iron Works, 460-474 2V Taylor 8. Bngtneera. foe oilers. UaeMnrata Uarine- Machinery. Contractors Equipment Bawaun slsehinery VAOXTXO OOAXT nOSVOTB TOM TACXTX0 COAsTT lJexV-lJ SVU'W i v cm fVJ f4crc Wear ' '.'-u.a. eJ af . a AsSxfor ? ! JACOBS SHIRT CO. SHIRTS TO ORDER t oa. assea dg, Portland. Or. Baaia 1S4T . AH SUada sa Htyalrtar, , trtxt ' i Msrthwest Multnomah Trunk & Bag Co. W ol.ee le- Hafcers ef Xraaka, Satteeae. Ban. y.innei. ait Traska. Xte. sae X. wTi 6U . ran aa. Oa aaeaee Sat s aVawe. t a8BBa1 a''l'm Tape Blofna carte. Eaah half Inch ef tape' bines Ballon ef water and there are S3 ef them. twa at tha rule mark, and that the half Inch thus detach eey team ersed tn water, will dye a gallon a beautiful blue, exactly ths hue desired to give a garment tha proper bluish tint. . Mr. Beeman was flva years tn per fecting ; his Invention and though - Its real manufacture began on October 1, the production of the factory at 12 East Sixth street Is already marketed tn nearly every state. It 1 shipped to Kew Tork, Philadelphia and all other large eastern- cltlee, where Jobbers supply ths trada It goes south to Ban Francisco aad Los Angeles, aad even to the southern states of Texas and Arkansas. Advastages Are ataalfold Ths economy in the use of ths Tape Blue company product will be obvious when It Is stated that 48 packages weigh less than three pounds and may ba shipped anywhere at a mere frac tion of ths cost of freight or express on bottled good a For example. 42 cases ware shipped by parcels post to Pocatallo, Idaho, at a cost of 61.02. whereas It would have cost 126.78 sxr preasaga oa ths same quantity had It been In the shape of bottled bluing, as each cylinder la equal to a bottle of tha liquid. Ia long distances the ad- fvantage would be more apparent stllL "Suppose." says A. w. Arnold, of Arnold. Arnold 4 Arnold, tlmbermen. who Is associated with Mr. Beeman as business manager of tha concern, we war. to receive aa order from New Tork for 60.000 or 100.000 reus We would Instantly man 10,000, say, of tha order, which would reach New York as quickly as a letter, and ths balance could go by express or freight, If desired. Tha package Is put up la patent coated box cardboard, will not break or treeae. and could not Injure tha malls. Ia the family our bluing Is most economical as wall as extreme ly convenient for use. It cannot be wasted, for tha reason that ths - bits of paper tape ars detached aa used Coopey Says: He hopes that every healer aad .' capitalist ta Oresoa after readlat this wfll eey: Tfcte N e seed teee end sesly seeded, wRI shew the IMMeSihjhlo hanker that Or n e asier esa be sa ley at a they ere. I will fie esse sheep sluee h sry teselHr. SHEEP CLUBS ' FMltdelphiA. The - Cora Esahaas Beak, threat ks pre.td.nt. x Charles 8. Oehr.Il. a adTertsnsa for slrht aad hoys threosheat FenaarlTute ia srtasia. ahaep etaha. - If r. Catweu. es aa iadaceraaat to ths reuag folks v take ear of we or nvere sheep, affen to finance than. If local beaks win aet do so. The recently argaalsed sheep eah sa Cheater County, which started with It yaaasatats, waa aeettea ra this way by Mr. Calwell and Is his plea te dot Peassylraak vHk subum Deaald WOaaae, a field aeat ef the Steep laialnc hi setting Immml nttenttna ts Qeunl. bk asTieaKural CvUea-e- at Athene a stadylag sheep taasag Beoord, Thuraday, Peeemher 18. ltll. ess are a aiea.e there. The earnestly thaa erer. DsCy Kew Bee aovsL BLee. Ohrhrtaaas 181 te'chratstaa ItlT: s west sepplyr Ciias. Coopey & Son Wjfp eaM PKAmeAL TAILORS. a ahj hisrisii I thooaly taot ary ta tap eattre Xfaruwpet. A R M S T R O N ' G ? S and can not be spilled or tha package ba broken. Children cannot waste It. and there Is no guessing as to ths amount necessary to use properly te blue the water. Ths blued half Inch of tape Is exactly tha quantity required for each gallon of water. X senses QsastlUes Xeemtred "It to estimated that there are 60,000 families In Portland, and that each oonsumes half a bottle of bluing a month. To supply this demand with our style bluing would require 16,000 cartons a month, and extend this ratio to tha United States and you have a pretty big business on your hand a And ws thoroughly believe our Inven tion wQl ultimately almost entirely supplant all other makes of bluing now extant." Portland Jobbers are sailing large quantities of the tape bluing, and those of tha eastern and southern states are swamping tha concern with ordera Patent has been applied for aad when this Is granted, tha Taps Blue company will erect Its own buDdlng and will givs employment to a large number of women for It Is a woman's Job to make and label the cartons. One carton will blus 66 gallons of water, and It sells for 10 cants. Unlike pow dered bluing, tied up ta a rag: and "swished" around In ths water, taps bluing does not soil the bands or make ths slightest muss tn bluing the family laundry. WRINKLES! How te eeed Is 18 tntawtss: 'hew to pfwtaat eewdsw; S.aiu raj aad eoM Weedatd a Oarfee'e dras stoc. Fertaealan for te ataaap, eadr.nd e Kftk Werr Laaweorr. Dope J. Wo. t. 2d floor. H Wash Sc. r-ertlead. Or ee rail effloe. 1 p. aa. Free bottle nasi, es all bos puwdot te eaeh cwsteeaer. at ares store. rte coats eaah at office for tot. mod ereaam Jeta Fhoao btaia 82T1. MONEY WANTED Bih dees seesafeatiirlaa: te ereot ewa bandies Hal: win bee risM J-tlS. Jearaal. '. Sodrie saw eap 2 wul pay 5 FORTY CORDS WOOD DAILY Mar he ret wtth thai dras aw. It wttl eaw a eeed a rreea IS to 20 ta dieeeeter. Two tne Wul saw less feet carry a aaywher. It's DRAG SAW of Prune. Seed for eimkt. Portland Machinery Co. SI Pwe St. 187. HaT you tavited KNIGHT'S NEW. Roue Rirer CATSUP? It it delickma. Ak your Grocer. KNIGHT PACKING CO. ' Portland, Oregon Willbwcraft Furniture Company 864 Delay St. sLajrvracrvaxxs cj ra Willow Furniture, Batkete,. H ampere, Etc ay AB Cead rararrar tas raetfie Cease akx ton nxaxn rom "BAUVIAID" Ball) wmsts s ttABB ra 5Laxa 2UZX are. Ofe. reortt sad Oeaeh CLOSSET&CO. Roasters sad Jobbers .'f oorrui. tus, an eras. rxu. IBS ltta tn. VarUaad. sreatvty aa. Garage $35 Up CaO for QlnstnUd prtee bet. 864 Askew? rhoa. Breadway 24S. Sam Connell Lumber Co. STOP USING EGGS - Sceeea of letter frees weeaee and ettent to the enfaat of KOA.HO rOITbll ae e eeeillpl fee eaaa. Thtew ejeartera ef aa enwaat IS esaa, wa SaV a each esS- wm mmi sswe. Bey at yeas sreeer . ev write mm "al tanajagauae.' .sot Beat Sta S. Sk. ii less. Or. H bwaaaeS for latortsr Tewne. : P. SHARKEY & SON, Lontj Straw Horse Collar . Esst Oak aael Uajoat Ave. . o A HAOtta 86 aad t7 Partabl. heaaea. ehkek. ea hsaaes. woods beds, sta. MlTi. saads Ota. strweuoa Co. Uala 1141 146 Rood st. Banday aad evsatags, Woodlawa i41B. . COCKROACHES Qejtrfebr eateralawted by r OUmiTfJO We're Moved VWes 1 Cast era ta teaot Ceiasiets St, West Bisa. Cosvst Cbtmiical. Co, WooIBatsIiIaftresses Bay JHrea rs own ted. ear. a a re CareiaaV luta. Bear AJdaa. 2fi JBaia s74 Tzxxraoaxs ey ittt a nts VOmTXAJTS OAX.T. aUa sad Zieetiw B.lt.sise.. stakTln iriifA BL Offles eaa Werae. ata aea aood Taefjti? roauca sea, BwrtWad SHm V. W tst m CHRISTMAS PAPER BOXES ' 2ew. that we mmr mmt a. ta !" y- All base. aS 1 OREGON PPER BOX FACTORY -88 Btarh et 2f ata ttlf Selle Auto Wbrlw; Smndars at . OB LBJL fBUUf WOB 199 ITS AUTO Waaaid atala CI 4. p,,Sn3 '. miSak' -' Dclnhaird Mskts It. I n toereu tt. . Gem Tatting ' Shuttle Winder 10c' Bold et .a rot Me eaS twee ea went taail eaa dilate. Gem Winder Co, 1016th St mSAILS: Bey BkhMf At wet eaa Teats sa Flagat lost . eoL. ead Oiled CWthtnfi Xera aad Wagea Ctisil etieasa. PACmC'lINT & AWNING CO.. We t See eey. ft stSwy lst. ( LaYTON coopoiac: ' co. - - Maeefactwrsre 7 S4 eaie I. " KEW AJft) 2ND HANU BAR1UU, i . 887 Wates Sb. - rwrtleaa. O. - yzJ: i;!99: StiYC Economy Fruit Jar C:p3 Watcaaaaaota. Bareva. Asst. OaUtrs. . AUaay, aDdJac. rtrueaf.- Ver next year: Creeet Cep tAfWr win taeea wIOmwi taiwry. aeebsr loe steeea, 82 Cekaa hldav ... ..