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U OIIEGON STATES1IAN. SAIT:m anvami . ' r vrrnurcnAV irnprnMn crOTrmrn 10 tcon
First Eciimata ch Hcsg
Holds fcr Oregon Yield
. The bop estimate
bales earlier in the season for the
production In the state still bold-1,
hop men said yesterday. The late
returns from picking fall to Indl
we any change in the earlier
prediction. , Prices are getting
Emmerson piano . one of .those
rare old pianos
made In the
i .. .
1 ua-jo wubu quajr
. ity ws the first
( , This piano has
J b e e n through
our shop - and
- ione. will, for quick sale
t uco ' Ior $10 down.
11.50 per week.. . . .
TAIJLMAN PIANO STORK
' 883 8. TmlftH fi
One Block North of Southern Pa-
cmc yassfeager Depot, .
v CLAY AWAY THE YEARS
I lPPVBbhSI!4 Bcauf.fier camlc clay to
L UT c, and rest white It dries, then
J 1 remove awd see and feel the wonderful
I ,1 difference in the color and texture of the
1Y' , Guaranteed do these definite thinsUor
i ji mney rciunoea. Liear me
complexion and give it color. Lift out the
.Mines, Remove blackheads and pimples.
Close enlarged pores.- Rebuild facial uV
sues and muscles. Make the skin soft -
and smooth. . $ ; - ;:
You can obtain regular sizes from your '
favorite toilet, counter. 1 II not; send this
ad. with 10 cents to Boncffla Laboratories,
Indianarolis, Indiana, for a trial tube.'
nUJ"ECK IS lEkBBY 61YEN tkst
-' -J- wroi tw,tb Tollow:nc4tata
Y Jm rfuir I. is-JS, win B deelarad void mni paytnent taareoa re.
bjr.thr Btat Twwrr el Ortn. BiitaM frnstl for payment' a th
oil ice r the , Stato Treasurer, Salem, Oregon, .-vithia aixtr d7t Irom . the . 5 In
' . .!sVmUr..1?2,5.' V .of .Mrs first publicsUoa of Wis notics:
V. arract. ' Date .: j' ; -v. - :.: f-f
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t Bpt. 19, 19f4 '
flspt 80, 19t4
-J Del. 23. 1914
- Not. 13, 1914
te. is. 1I4C
Jan. , 2, 1913 -res.
: 5, 1915
,; rb. 9, iis,,
- July s, 191$
; An. , 9r 1915 .
. SepU 28, 1915 ,
. 8ept- 28. 1915
' Jan, S, 1918 '
Jan..: 11, 19IS '
; Jan.' 28, '1918.
Feb. 24, 191S '
Mar. 23, 191S
Jano 37, 1918
Jane 29. 1910 :
(SEAL) . , : ;
The Glcsrcncd Silo at
Soms ttinc3 we had koo mvtchr of- and
some- thirisb' hre Broken sizes, and 'we are
fjoin.to clean em up. . 1 ? , - 1 ;
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. jWe are selling genuine, all. wtopr drrity
blanket, eize 66x88 fbr 52,95' and double
cotton blankets for S2..19 aiid blue- Chatttf
bre chirto for 65c and O.X). Spruce Shirts
01-98 and drec3 cos 3 paira for 25c and
ahny all leather drees hcc3:f6t $3:64 dhd
of ficero all leather putf eH3 'pZlb2 aEd " Bairr
racl: bas at 50c and all tt?cl under drawers
75 c and all wool undenjifrB at 75 c and one
lot of size A 0 OS D. Wool breeches at $3.00:
leather army halters witli ' cnains $K35 and
athletic union euits: 3 7c and ' army water
proof two man pup tents at $2.00 and army'
pack carriers at 40c and rubber hip boots at
03.95 and $2.60 a pair and bandana hand-
' kerchiefs 3 for:25"c and bath towels at 1 9c
I and sweater coats $T;35j and army 4 soap,
!1ch2 pound bars 4 2 fcr $1.00 and pure veije-
table oii toiiet soap oars ror jc ana we
J can't use any rnbre cpace and you'll have to
come arid czo: ! ITiectorc is jammed full of
-bargains. And thi3 goes for the balance of '
'the week. . i, -
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little, better,; and orders are; in
the market for clusters at 25 and
24 teats ;v pound, a advance of
1 cent a pound ret earlier, fig
ures. : '
hew corporations i
The Carstens Packing company
of Portland 'yesterday tiled ; art!
cles of incorporation -with the
state corporation commissioner,
The Incorporators : : are E. H.
Shaw. M. B.l MeScham and L. I.
Merrick, and the capitalisation la
15.000 j .
A permit to sell stock in the
sum of 112,499 was Issued to the
Hoorer's -Pastries, Inc., of Port.
land. . A permit, to .sell ' stock In
the sum of $5,000 was Issued to
the T. T. Parker Lumber company
of Marcola. i
; MINNEAPOLIS. Sept; . IS
$1.13 1-2. e $1.13 ;l-2; No.
dark northern' spring. , choice f)o
fancy $1.20 1-2 $1.2 4 7 3-2;
good ta choice $1.17 1-2
$1.20 1-2; ordinary to good $1.15
l-2 $ 1 . 1 T - i 1-2 i September
$1.12. 1-8; December: $1.14 1-2;
May $1.17 1-4. '
UVERPOOI Sept. 18., Close
Wheat 1-4 to l-2d higher; Octb?
ber 8s. 9d; December 8s, 6,l-4d.
March 8s. 5 5-8d,
BTJENdS" AIKES; Sept. 18-
Opening. wheat unchanged : Oct
ober $1.02 1-2; February 97 1-2 c.
Sept. 18 Hay
unchanged. - ''
pursuant to th provuion W gerUoas 2729:
vimia ioed for prio4 of mora thk
Gill Co. The J.
"Wheeler, Sol j.
Peterson. O. . B.
Eaton's Book : k - Art Stor
Endowment . Intereit Tnnd
National Taa AaaoeiaUoa
$ '. 5.V5
Addiion, Robert ; llorf an.
Karagorttia, Tno. ..
Manor. Broa. Co.
Crown Draff Co.
Dennis, V. F.
'WneeterA H. .
Caetro). - Joaa- .
Seanlaa. Jaa. E.
f Poppoda, Pet
Kelser. 8. &. .
Zainey, John at.. ,.,...,
Halae Mefiliaa' .
IJJ TESTlilO'T - "WHEE.20F, X bare
-nereunto' set " my asnd aad"'ease4
,the Seal of- the. State of Oreaon to
be hereto affixed thia' firat daj of
! September. 1923. . :. "
Vl.sAirx. ' kozsb;
'.-, i veWretanr of 8tat.
U:o United Army
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Prune Men More Encouraged
Alter an examination
of Their .Fruit
jTraces of brown rot that has
made its appearance in prunes of
this, district is beliered not to be
serious an the warm winds, lack
of dew and favorable weather' con
ditloas hare practically eliminated
any. lose from this source. . In
structions hare been sent, out by
the Oregon Growers tor growers
to sort their fruit. ..
; Drying is now ; well under way
in the district, and it ,1s believed
the pre-aeason prediction as to the
quality, of, the-crop this, year will
be xnirnied' ' , ; -
.' . prunes are drying a UUle light
er than anticipated, for though the
fruit in general is ot large sixe.
an unusually large cavity has. been
found -between, the pit and- the
fruit. . This is baled as an en
couraging sign by the growers, as
they claim In case of rain the cav
ity will permit the absorption of
moisture and prevent- the- prunes
from swelling and bursting the
skin.- , -- , ., .. X.
Large sizes are reported in gen
eral, and the average is expected
to- be around the 40 size. - While
some-of the smaller slies are be
ing picked, a 'majority Is between
40 and 50.; : - ! ;;
1ST BEIL'6 HELD
ran inn price
Domestic Grain - Seems to
Have Better Chance . Fol-,
i lowing Canadian Reports'
CHICAGO Sept.tl8.---rresh up
urns here1 In the value of wheat
today accompanied reports that to
considerable" extent Canadian
farmers are holding" back: ?. tneir
grain in ' country elevators I and
are awaiting better prices. Chi
cago " closing notations' 1 were
firm. 34 to , net higher with
December $1.02 3-8 to 1.0 2 1-2
and May $1.01 8-4; to 21.07 7-8.
Corn finished at 1-8 to l-2e de
cline. ; oats unchanged : to 1-4 up
and provisions ; unchanged to 10
characterized the wheat market
gain. t r":--' -. n
Absence . ot .'pressure - to. : .jell
most of i the day although at one
time .weakness, in cash prices at
Winnipeg had a transient bearish
effect here. However, Winnipeg
future ; deliveries turned stronger
and reinforced bullish- sentiment
in, Chleago. ; Besides It - Was cur
rent gossip that in addition to re-
uctanw .which. Canadian grow
ers were evincing to let go of
their holdings, united States ves
sel owners, on : the Great . Lakes
had reiterated refusal to help
handle the Canadian wheat crop
until some change had been made
in the recent new Canadian regu
lations as to . publishing - - vessel
rates. ; ' w---v '. t f
- With Canada handicapped in re
gard to transporting grain to tlie
seaboard, : chances of somewhat
better demand . for domestic
wheat appeared to be enlarged
and traders who otherwise wete
inclined to the bear side of the
market took a passive " attitude.
Estimates that 750.000 bushels
had been' worked for Europe ten
ded further to. j strengthen the
market al thti last.
OaVAXS A2T0 BAT"
Ko. I waeat
ft lTtd WhaarW. aboked
-.913 Q 9U
0t ar , .
Clorer hsy. baled ,. ... , 1 Q til
rtn ratM? ) vHltwie a aw.
Hill! iu uiiiiuuj:
Too. n'trlnIk' fctolor and
Lustre With Sajr Tea
v When yotf, f darken your hair
with: Sage Tea' and Sulphur, no
one can tell, because It's done so
naturally, so evenly. " Preparing
this mixture,, though, at borne la
mussy and , troublesome. . At lit
tle cost. Vou can buy at. any drug
store the ready-to-use preparation,
Improved by the addition ot othr
ingredients called I "Wyeth's Saje
and Sulphur' Compound-" i - You
Just dampen ' a - sponge or soft
brush -with it and draw this
through your, hair, .rtakirig one
small strand at a time. By morn
ing all gray hair disappears, and.
after' another application or two.
your . hair ' becomes beautifully
darkened, glossy and luxuriant.
, GTay. faded hair; though ho dia
grace, is a sign of old age. and
a3We 'all cfesire a youthful and
attractive appearance, get busy at
cr.ee with Wyeth's Sage and Sul
iLvlt Compound and - look years
The plana for the relief campaign to aid the Japanese Empire: In its disaster, were completed
in Washington with the Japanese Arnbassadov to the United SUtea, Masahaft." Hanlhara, and the offi
cials of the American Red Cross. In the photo, left to right, planning the relief campaign are: Am
bassador ; Hanlhara. ; James L. Fieaerv actings chairman of the Axherlc&a Red Cross; Secretary of
Commerce .Herbert Hoover, a.-mfember ot the '. Central - Commtttee . and Assistant Secretary i of the
Treasury Eliot WadswortiU.? tj: '-' :- . -
CONDUCTS' BUSINESS FROM BED,
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-s . William U Xlghtbn of SeatUe. Wash., bedridden for three years'
with cerebral rheumatism, and in almost constant pain.3 has opened
his office by his bedside. From there he does an immense stamp
.collecting business that extends -to the four corners of the globe.
He buys stamps, sells them, and also receives hundreds from frienda
who know him. A radio athls bedside gives him plenty of amuae-
1 ment . . ' ? -. , . - . i. .. ; - . '
prices retired 1 by farmers. . Ko . ratal
price are giren. exeept as noted:
. EOG8, BUfTZB. BUTTE KI" AT
Creamery butter -" -a a- 4
Botterfnt, delirered , e
Milki per, ewt ; 92.25
Errs, -. select , ..',,,; 29
standards ,. , ,-, -, ; r T
Pallets ' .. r l
Cedro i . ....
-it a it
POSK. XUTTOW AXTO EBP 1 -
Hogs.: Vp 150.925 Ibs w SS.Tt
Hoga. top, a2i-S75, wt .,-...: S8.2I
Hogs. top. 225-275, ewt 95 &
Light sow wt . ... ;, .... , . i ,fg.0
Rouglt hesry.- ., .,. ... 04 04
Top veal, dressed
Top- steerr i
..Ot & 07:
-0314 Q 04
Heavy lambs - ' , ,
. ozAaazs . .
. "Bended" Brand fiaakist YsUnrisa
Of faring .
SIS' and larger . : ' S.t
2S0 and amailer - , . ,.9AJt
; AlTUSg ..'
dwklnf. Crefoa. grown, $1.50 Q S2.0A
' Orareiutein per bor . '$2.71
- xj-tcoars C' ,
iefflnirwen "HIE" all a!. eaae S.M
Secretory an&llaii&geT ,
--Write For Preiriium ? Listr-. ,
and other Information; ; v -
Fair Grounds, Salem Oregon:
AID STRIQCEN JAPAri.
xnew BtnrcH-cn vcqstablobs -,
All priced' by the . dosem kaaehea. , .
Beota, Carrots, ' ' ' " fcf
Kadiibsa. long or round t
if" ' ;.irgeci.-i
t Crarenateins, per bex
Beets. Carrots 4-d Xaion.L
iuau;isa- 'araley s sifj.
Tomatoes, , borne grown, bo:
"end. tettacev' local,' crate
r-rg piam, perfcrat.
Kew potatoea.. New-Oregon. ewt--91,75
Ben peppers;- per lb; - - 0
Oiuonjt. Wills Wattw outdoor, ewt 92.50
Snmmer aquash , , , , . f'.S
Putnpkiila, ' crated, lb. ' -At.
Caboagev local; crated.- rb. .u.03
Itertas from-' Yakima ani The' Dalles,
Per box .t , . - , , , ft ni)
. 00 lot
i JO -box lots
36 on more
I , suuo
i-i i.-..,J SO
-.,--- i 85
X few Crawfordr and otfier varieties
may b avairablest- pVeaiHn market.
- , ; .: , BARTUCTT PEAa - , , - 1
Stindard boxes, per. box 92.25
Per 4-bket crafe , 1.50
I CAMtAlrOUPlBS' ' "
Bang-Ww' Brntf--Tar!ock;,B best. . ;
;' ' - ft f- ' ,
it - iniial
. ,; : .
r i n M II- JJ It
1 r - r- . T 1 1 w 1 mi "
.-44 Uuial '
Pony eratas ; -Flat
Yakima Rocky Ford
Takiraa Borrell Gnat A. cink
at vanetT. ataadard cratM..S2.75
Either, long , or rawad variety, per "
standard crate $2
. PESSX&K XsXLOHS '.
CraTe4. per lb. ........1.
XCE- CAE&U lmXXXS8
Crated, per lb.;. ...... . .... ,
Crated, per IS. ir2......
. - , . : BOaTElT2ZWg
Crated per lb. ,.
X AX AX AS
"Red Cord"- fancy f rait
' trated, per lb. L111
; , , ,HTJCKXEBEBEIB.' . .
Per lb. : .-. -JL .15
Per fist Ms ? - j-:..;.:..:. ..
'r . APPLES . ....
Fancy California Orarsasteuis: .
IZS larger ,..;.,;,,., z .. 1-
150-138 j mj..ii....:
dhoirm Orraoa GraTenateiBa:-
125 imrgrr -
150-138 -- ,- , . .
163-175 .' - - ' . -y.--
Oregon Graveasteina. faecaV and illml.
iP"' box . , ; a.. 1.50
Coekmie varieties, Oregon grown, '
x rU4-i-rPj..i.$1.50 to S2.00
i& apple boxea
Malagas' ia logs, -per' lb.
Tokay. 4-basket .: le a4aa
Tompsoa seed lens, 4-basket n-ate9L0a
Pier lb. .. . ...IS
J " CASrEXXXS
Early blacks, 92S .crop,
,"per 1-3 parrel box'' . $5.50
, i . i namrRT . e H;Twt.T?s . ,
K Yak carrots pe sack f2
.'" Bek Vegesable Jo per Jb. bigM
desired iav le than ack lot.
Ne beet, -per' saek mi
Yklm rutabaga, per saek
I , t ELBIA WELLEK
.Twia- production i thrra t Xfodertt
j . . Weight ReUxtion. ... ,
),;": Dnrnilrig .System x ; V
- " '- '.For rrVmndatioa.
I . - -phone 1351 -cISm
Stadio 685 N Liberty' Bt ""
Watch For Them! . U
-larirtff r e ti o.f,i n',n "i.
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County Agncultural Ez-Hbxts, Livestock Show
Horse Show, Tracior Show, Automobile Shov,
Industrial Elxhibition Boys', Girls' Club Cainx
Remember This is ;Youi; Fdi'
Help Make; It a Success ;
Merc end Better Amuibhicnts and ErttertcdhHicnU Ti::Vn
Ever BeforeItixizi or Shine.- Be?t Racincr Prbcrrarn in His
tory of the Fair ' . - .
vr and Automobile
Prospects f o r Willamette
: Football are ' Looming
Brighter Than Ever
-j With 46 men working ont dally.
Willamette's chances for gridiron
victories are growing brighter
each day. The turnout is the
largest in the history of Bearcat
football and the energy thaf the
men are throwing Into their work
mights also establish a few ; rec
ords, j .,''-.-: " ; -Xt'y
Huston, veteran from. last year.
joined the squad yesterday, mak
ing five, men around whom Coach
Rathbun can mould this year's
fighting .machine. Patton, Stolz-
heise, Isham and Sherwood, all
veterans, are already striking off
the pace in first-class shape.
: The squad is beginning to show
the resultsv of hard practice. Sev
eral of the 'men are stepping out
as good material from which td
draw cardinal and gold defenders.
Patton is easily the star of . the
squad as far. as early predictions
can be made. . White, quarter
from the Berkeley high school of
California, Masson, a linesman.
from Long Bech high school, and
Nak6ma, a fullback, from Wash
ingtod 'high of Portladd, are
among the Jest looking; new. ma
terial, f j Findley , and'5 Oliver are
attracting.; considerable .attention
from, fans as likely prospects from
the old Willamette men. ;, Logan
and Caughlan are also doing some
u Wwaf, ,'".; - . . .
piCTYrniSs : 6i fidfii't &if6vx
; HCdTcf. w.v.; sept.
18.-i-After tk conference late tbday
With Federal Judge George W.
fctcClintic. . NTJhlted Statfes District
Attorney f Elliott Northcott ; an
nounced that Indictments news
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DON'T MISS TttiS SALE '
i Nislic Horse Shov
papers ; f or ; pu.tllsi.i . j ! ; t - : . ;
the ' Dempsey-nrpo fis-t v. z
not. be sought at this tine.
.'Send Relief ta J:,::.;i
Last Sunday a collection for t:
relief of Japan was' tatcd.lj t:
local, Christian- Science church.
- All relief -work la nr ler -. tl.s
direction of the mother churca in
Boston, and is . administered en
tirely without overhead char:-.
being distributed by the Christian
Science society of Tokohama.
-Ten ; thousand, dollars worth, cf
supplies '1us aJrcidy bee a for
warded from Seattle, and further
shipments will follow. All serv
ices rendered are donated by in
dividuals. ' , -
WASHlNdTO.V, Sert- i?r.
Senator Borah. Republic;- t Idaho.
returned to Washington tariay.E-
ter a yacation at hi3 home ani zz-
nounced tha he would dlscu-
with President Coolidge in a few
days his views with regard to the
agricultural situation in the hope
of impressing some of them ur "
the president for embodiment in
his message to congress. - ,
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