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nartiwr May Ba Uerful.
BIG MONEY FOR YOU
Frank L Ntnlth wants ymi to ably your pro
duce to him
Ila do*»« not chargw «ommlMioti.
We will pay sa t allow a fur
M« nm | «4 um Illy «fork;
I >rw««ed veaL up tn l*> pounds, ,.,...........
................ ». IB*-and 20«
l.iv»» I mih » I»»’ bra >
Llva aprihit rhlckena
Kan< h atta», mat hrl priva.
Wa wan* ail hmda of farm produca, turkeys,
duck«. vaaae pula I'*«, apples. rarruts rula-
Inmaa. turnip» avary kind <d aardan truck.
Add ram* all ahlprnanta
FRANK L. SMITH MEAT CO.
lighting the Heat True I"
PONILA ND. OMr.QON
i - tüfrs —
tccrntrio Worn Usskst.
TLri • iro work Lags uin<1a of tur
Id anytl.lng bo oddor? And
yet tin y are not unattractive, qua»*’
as they Bound Th« shell of the tur
tle I« lln< 4 with »onio gay silk. and
the tall la pulled over and Insvricd
In the mouth, then u»«-<l a» a handle
They mal e nl< <• .«wing baskets, and
will undout '«-lly appeal to the lovers
of tl.o accentr'r
to < I Hr A < OI I» IN ONT OAV
Tot lAXAir. I
I.I I'MO Wwsl><» T»W«'-.
f’t > » tar* m <1 ruoti» ) i f It faifa to < ura. kr. W
'«kU » l. a «íMiMtluia I» <•>> a»ch !■•*
Hurt» Mn. NiwiywoO.
It patus a girl urrib.y after «b* 1»
Siurrhd lu discover that ber hueLand
really pirfura corned beef und cub*
bago lo tbcMU d<d»ghUul Hl Liu
TO LEARN TO DRIVE ANO
Thorough, j ractical and uniimit
ed course. We assist student» to
«ecure |M.«itioiui as chaufeura,
repairmen, etc. Write
Automobile School oí (f.egon
II» •«<.««> 1<— kJ*«
W est >
TEA SPICES I
• F X TRACTS
CUîSSH fi DEVERS
eo-uiAHU. o«x J
OREGON AND WASHINGTON
bought and Sold
HARRY M COURTRIGHT
Yeon Bidg.. Portland, Ore.
Down Spouts Steel ( tiling
/. C. BAYER
Hcmesleids and Timber Lands Located1
If yt.ur r rm ..r r.rper V 1» Tor Sale
I Can Sell il Q JlCK for CASH
Send lie.crlf.tlon and l’ric«.
C. A. BENGTSON
son Henry Hid«
Hi* bit« Pcwtt’vfd» (hiroi.
Only nutfiorI m *I Keeler In»
■Ulule in Oregon. Write
for lllnRtrntod circular.
P ort land ,O regon ^
The best Stomach and Liver Pills kno
»nd a positive and speedy cure for Con-
CUT RATES IN
Indigestion. Jaundice. Ililious-
PAINLESS DENTISTRY <tipa(lon.
ie«s. Hour Stomach, 11 end a he, ami all nil-
Pslnles« (extraction .....Free
Silver Filling«......................... SOc xients arising from a disordt red stomach
Gold Fillings ........................... 75c »r slngaish liver. I unhesitatingly recom-
22 K. Gold Crown»................... $.1 nend lliese pills ns Iteing (he twst laxative
Porcelain Crown«................... $.1 »nd ciilhartic ever comp unded.
Molar Gold Crowns ........... ..$4 gkcent Ixittle anti if you arc not perfectly
HrldtfC Work, 22 K Gold.. 9-1
Slstled I will refund your money.
Inlny Fills, Pure Gold.......... 12
Very Nice Rubber Plate.. $4
Rest Rubber Plate on Earth....................................... 17
ALL THIS WORK 1« OUARANTRKI).
Don’t throw your money awny. A dollar saved
la twodollarx earned. Our original reliable Mialsm
PainleMS Methods and our perfected office equip»
nient an von us time and your money.
BOSTON DENTISTS. Sth ® Mnrrlten, Fewtlaad
Rnf r a nee 291 ’ j Morrison, opposite P.MhWtkv and Meier A
Frank Frtahlhhed In Portland 10 yrsra. Open evening«
•afii t sad iundaw* aafil 12 ■ 10. for people who were.
When You Think
Of the pain which many women experieac« with every
month it makes rite gentleness and kindness always associ
ated with womanhood seem to be almost ■ miracle.
While in genersl no wotnea rebels against what she re
gard» a« s natural necessity there is no women who would
sot gladly be free from this recurring period of pain.
Dr. Plrrtt'i Farortto Prrucriptton matrta
raeatt woman atrong and nick woman
•re//, and glrea t/iam freedom from pain.
it aatabttahea ratutartty. aubduaa Intiam-
mation, baaia ulceration and curea to*
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by L-tter,
frit. All correspondence strictly private end sucredly
Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Med»
leal Association, K. V, Pierce, M. D., President, BuUaio, N. Y.
If you want a book that tells all about woman’s diseases, and how to eurw
them st home, send 21 one-ccnt stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing
aefy, snd be will send you a frta copy of his great thousend-page illustrated
(Common Sense Medical Adviser—revised, up-to-date edition, in paper covers.
In hsndsoine cloth-binding, 31 stamps.
MERRY “LAUGH OF A CHILD”
Rendition by Elderly Boarder Caused
Landlady to Announce Dinner Half
. Hour Ahead of Time.
A CSrkinjj 6ood 5moke!
THE OLD RELIABLE
Not o»»ljr do we aruarantee our work, but w«
pr»/nn . ms to do it quirklv. painlssaly and carefully.
The below prices »p^ak for themselves.
SEE US AND ENJOY COUFORT.
"Did any of you ever hear the
song," aaked the elderly boarder, "en
titled The l^augh of a Child'?"
It appeared that nobody present
ever had heard It.
"It was very popular fifty years
ago," be said, "but I don't suppose It’s
In any of our modem collections of
. Write for Price« and òàrnple
music. It was a great favorite of
FuH Set of Teeth
.................... ............ *5-OB
Bruatre Work or Teeth Without
"How doe« It got* timidly inquired
........................................ 13.50 t. 15.00
..................................... SX5O to SXOO
the new boarder.
Porcelain Crowns.............................. $3.50 to $5.00
*'! don't remember ft all, but a part
Filling» . ....................
5OC to $1
of it goes like this."
Clearing hls throat, he sang:
Hour«. 8 A. M. to8 P. M-. Sunday*. 9 to 12.
" *O, the lab hah-hahf of a chl-hl-hfld
THOROUGHBRED ANIMALS AND
Union Dental Co.
So wl-hi-hlld and so free hei^hee.
Is the meh-heh-herrleet sow how-houna
Firs* «nd M.'rr «on Sis.
In the wuh-huh-buh-hurld to me!'"
Their Great Commercial Value.
“Dinner's ready!” gasped the land
"There Is as much difference be
lady. although It was a full quarter
io Kemove Muaew.
of sn hour earlier than the regular tween thoroughbred and ordinary
If kid gloves have become spotted
Thit statement with mildev they should be placed ia
la made by D. M. Ferry & Co., of De a bottle with a lump of ammonia about
troit. the greatest flower and vege the sfxe of a walnut; cork the bottle
The Fresh and the Sweet.
table breeders in the country, anl | tightly and leave them for a short
"Have you some real nice choco appears in their 1911 Annual Cata 1 time, when the mildew spots will
lates?" be aaked In a familiar manner. logue just issued. They argue for the quite disappear. If left too long how
"We have." replied the sweet-faced great value and economy of morougn- ever, the ammonia will rot th»
girl behind the candy counter.
"Any fundamental na stitches; so they must be watched.
"Are you sure they are sweet and tural law which applies to animals ap An alr-tlght box will do equally well
plies equally to plants.” A good cow is a bottle.
<I. e. a thoroughbred) eats no more
“Have you any as sweet as your- than a poor one, but may give twice
COfYIIINTS AI8 TMK BAB&S
as much butter-fat.
B<<ok of accurate
information free on requeat»
"Yes, but none as fresh as y&j.”— makes as much difference with corn
as with cows.
-Laie o- L. a. Paieat Office. VtMainatoti. D. C.>
plants, like thoroughbred animats,
are not produced in one or two gener
ations. for no matter how superior an U/ r UJ C I fl broken machinery and easting-»
One of Its Conseauencea.
"b C VV C !■ U of all kinds by a new proeax
General Sherman had Just uttered individual of common origin may be. making them M good as new. Machine work erf
its progency are as a rule like the al’ kinds. We rix any old thing. Fertiaai Oiy Acstytoi
his memorable definition of war.
U m SL Ptoat IU b 97»
general run of its antecedents. Hence Wddto iww.
Tn fact," he added, after a pause the ne»d for seedsmen like D. M.
“war Is even worse. Down there, as Ferry de Co. They have experience,
I have every reason to believe, they the best plant breeding equipment tn
Write for eata'.osruen end literature.
don't heve any triumphant music."
the United States, and the business and
printing. Mail order* given prompt attenUaa
For the brass bands bad begun al acumen to sell only such seeds as
Fortland rboto Supply Co.
ready to fire "Marching Through have Peen bred from the choicest 149 Third Street
stocks for many generations.
‘Georgia“ at him.
D. M. Ferry & Co.'s Seed Annual
BEAUTIFUL POST CARDS FREE
for 1911 may be had free of charge I Penti îc «tamp 'or ß%e »atrplee of ot»r very beet Gol<l
Etnlto»«ed Birrhdey Flower And Good Lock Fcetai
AT THE MUSICAL.
by writing to them at Detroit. Michi Carli* t-eau ti ful <oiorw •> d loveliest deei^ns. Art
Jackson bi., lopeka. Kan.
It contains much of interest Post Card CI ab.
for those who think.
OWARD E KCRTUI î - Amy*r «ni CbemleU
A few Sundays since, In a small
school at Independence, Va.. the sub
ject was "The Wise and Foolish Vir
gins." One of the teachers asked the
class the following question: "Which
of the Invited guests did not have
their lamps trimmed and burning?"
The one to respond was a pretty little
girl. "Can you answer the question,
Molly?" asked the teacher. "Oh. yes,
sir," sc Id the little girl, "it was the
toollah Vlrr’*’'"“ "—**«,,ornl Monthly.
______ _____ _ _______ >
A TRIP TO PORTLAND FREE
MISER LEFT A HOARD
No doubt many ubob can ba found
hr a fattlar'B «xlktati'« and yat whan
rou ha»« your gun with yuu and you
Ind on» within rang«, you kill It on DYING WOMAN WILI 8 FORTUNL
principle, not that you ar» afraid of
OF »60,000 TO HOSPITAL.
t biting you, but that thara 1» a
■hanca ot If biting the next thing, hu
■ia:i or otherwise, that coma» along | Sandusky, Ohio, Woman, Supposedly
Poor, Bequeathe Huge Sum of
PrttU’a fye Salve.
Money to Institution That
No matter how badly the rye» may I
•n dlHcaacd or injured, restore« normal
Cared for Her.
■ondition«. All druggist« or Howard
Uro»., Buffalo, N. Y.
Randueky, () Although supposed
to be |>oor, Mrs. Rosa llaubach, dying,
Anelant Cannon Balia.
Two Iron cannon balls, which hava left an estate valued at *00.000 to a
bean dug up In High Btreat, Walton. local hospital, her relatives being cut
The appraisers of the estate
Suffolk, are believed to have boati off
(Irad In 1<I47, whan the Dutch landed while going through Mrs. Baubach's
effects found hidden on a shelf in a
at Ila« Pond Bottom
closet a large Iron box which when
broken open wa« found to contain
more than *10,000 In gold, silver and
currency, beside* »ecurltle» the value
of which has not been ascertained It
has also developed that Mrs Ilaubach
owned real estate worth ,50.000.
The Iron box was rusty and tnouldv
with age and evidently had remained
In Its biding place many years.
Home year» ago Mrs. Ilaubach was
taken seriously III and was removed
to a local hospital
Hhe was given
the best of care, snd often remarked
during her illness that some day the
hospital would la* well remembered
Thn experience of Motherhood ! h ft by her. After leaving the hospital
.Tying one t<> mo«t women ami marks] she was u weekly visitor at the insti
llstlnctly an epoch In t :>.-ir live«. Kot tution up to within a short time be
woman in it bun.
I is prepared or fore her death Each time she would
vrataiids how to Inquire the needs of the Institution.
For ninny years Mrs Ilaubach had
l«*rly care forher.
. Of course near* lived In n little story and half bouse
very woman now. In the bushie«« section of the city,
ys fins medical and was seldom seen out of doors
u t m e n t at thu Sho lived alone
Her spare hours
a of child-birth,
many approach 1 were spent In sewing and knitting,
experience with and her neighbors often remarked
in organism unfitted for the trial of i how sho would save a little piece of
itn-ngth, ami «ben the str:.in llOVtl i string or a thread of yam
ter system bas reeeiv* I a shock fron
"Some day with thia yarn I save I
tldch it 1» hard to reccvcr. Follow-] will be able to knit a pair of stock
ng right upon this comes the nervous ings or two. and theae little pieces of
.train of caring for the child, aril a
Uvthict change In the mother results. thread will always come in handy.”
There is nothing more chariningtlmn «he would explain.
She died a week ego. and In her
l happy ami healthy mother of cldl-
Iren, ami indeed child-birth under right will she left ,500 to her church, a few
londitions need be no hazard to health i small bequests
>r iH-auty. 'I lie unexplainable thing 1.« friends, and the balance of her estats
.hat. with all the evidence of bl ntt« r< d to the hospital.
lerves and broken health remiltlng I
i in an unprepared condition, womvr
srlll jH-rslst In going blindly to the trial. !
It ihii't as though the ex]>eriencu , CANINE CALLED THE DOCTOR
rame upon them unaw ares. They have
imple time in wldch to prepare, but 1 When This Dog’s Leg Was Broken,
.licv, for the most part, trust to chance
ths Animal Knew Where
imi pay the j«-nalty.
Ill many homes once childless there
ire now children liecause of the fact
Topeka. Kan—Tobe Is a splendlu
.hat I.ydla E. Ilnkham's Vegetable
?oni|H>iind makes women normal, oull terrier owned by Hal Hotchkiss
it 412 Greenwood avenue. Sometime
ivalthv, and strong.
Any woman who would like ago In carelessly alighting from a mo
ipe< lnl lulvice in regnrd to tliis tor car one of Tobe's front legs was
natter Is cordially invited to broken. He was taken Immediately to
.vrltc to Mr«. 1‘lnknmn nt Lynn, Dr. Otto Kiene, where the Injured
Un««. Iler lettrr will I m * held In member was set and held tight by a
Tobe was permitted to
go his way and again fraternise with
One of the other dogs
Tonseth Floral Company
evidently looking upon Tobe as an old
'crip,” started a rough house. Tobe
FI ORAL DESIGNS auin
away the victor, but In taking
stock It was found that his leg was
Once more he was taken to
Hpecial attention ri**n U> oui-tif-iown orders
Dr. Kiene, who reset It and placed It
325 Mf’trteon Üt . Portland.
In another cast Two days later Tobe
bad a heated argument with another
For the third time the leg was
Boya and girl«! Do you want ■ good
FREE ramera ABSOLUTELY FREE’ broken.
Not a toy. Take» r»»»l bictursa. Seta! ad-
The Hotchkiss home Is fully a mile
draae: we will forwanl ¿4 pkgs, of Portal
Cards srii thmn to your flrwMS twl »>• ’«>»-
from the Kiene residence. Tobe did
bon nt (Os ¡.«-r pkg
Betwm t(>• ■ mf to us
not wait to tie personally conducted
We will then M*nd y«ni thia camera ABSO
to t.ie doctor's. On three legs he beat
THE HILrtKS. Elhworth. Ula-ka Co.. Wash
It across the town to l)r. Kiene'« On
the front porch he sat and cried pit-
co» sly until the doctor heard him
oAce more the leg was mended, but
“tTyon rvcoll»c' old wot's-'la nrme*" Tobe Is denied the companionship of
Tm with the collar?*'
"A! Wot other dogs for awhile.
abaht ’Im?“ "’E'ad to go down (jerk
of the head) you know—they giv' ‘In.
»<>t you call It didn't arf git It. 1 MILLION FROM DOLLAR TIP
don't think!** "R<«ely!.......... Adn’t you
■ ■ ■
'card, then?** ”1 did ’»ar soinaflng, but Walter Buys Out the Man Who Was
no details, no* «to*« ««w "—Punch.
Liberal In a Chicago
Traveler (In a railway car, to fellow
Chicago.—Twenty years ago. Cot.
passongorl: •'Sir. what do you mean?
Richard H. Southgate handed Max L
This is the third time you have put Telch a *1 bill as a tip for serving him
aut r.xy match.”
Fellow traveler: an extraordinarily good dinner In a
"Force of habit. I'm a momber of a
Chicago hotel. Carl C. Roessler. who
rolunleer fire brlg'ide.”
was watting on the adjoining table,
congratulated bls waiter chuin on hav
Ing such a liberal patron. Recently
I'elch and Hoeasler paid Colonel South
gate more than *1.000,000 for his Inter-
•st In the Congres-i hotel nnd nnnex
tn speaking of their rise and their ac
lull It Ion of riches. Telch said:
■'We owe our start to the liberality
if the American people In giving (Ips.
\bout fifteen years ago I bought a
■¡mall hotel In Chicago snd later other
houses. Now we have bought control
of th” Congress nnd annex. The two
properties arc worth about *1,000.000.
We own 7,000 of the 16 000 shares.”
Real Tough Luck.
Our Cedar Point correspondent Is
recovering from a stroke of paralysis,
the editor's office was burned, aj>d the
Bulletin s head reporter is about to
write up her own wedding. It is what
you might call tough luck all around.
Katherine There's the bicycle face,
the automobile face and the liargain-
huntlng face, why not the violin face?
Kidder— It's the people who Lave to
listen to the playing who make the
"Every one in town knows that
Blank la wretched pay.”
"Is that so?”
"Yes; why. whenever he gets on a
trolley the conductor stops and de
mands Blank's nickel before he will
“I have been using Casc irets for In
somnia, with which I have been afflicted
for twenty years, and I can say that C.i*-
carets have given me more relief than any
other remedy I have ever tried. I shall
certainly recommend them to my friends
a« being all that they are represented.”
Thus. Gillard, Elgin, I1L
Lead vdle. Colorado. 8(«cimeQ cricca: Gola,
i Silver. Lead. Q Gold. Silver. 75c, Gold. 5ûc: Z no
or Copper. H. Mai 1 is a envelopes a d full price heft
sent on application. Control «rd rwpiiv work eo»
licited. Boivmnce: Carbonate Natuuuu itoak.
Advice riven on «11 mat?em pertaminr to Rona-
st ends Dvwert Land. Timber Claims. Minina. Irriaa-
tio ,. etc. App»*als prepared: state »ocr care writ«-
fer information Grover Langutnde. attj Wtehink
ton. I>. C. Forn erl, Law Exam.ner. Land Oftceu
Washington. D. C.
denUAtry on the Pacific C<w»t 1« ev-cuted here.
We have built up oar reputation on it. i ou ran
cannot get to-tier paimea»
wotk anywhere, no matter how much you pay-
Wa CnJgh plate
bridge work for ent»
of-town patron« ia
c*ne day if de«irod.
free when p ate« of
bridge work i« order
ed- Coosultai.on free.
22k Bridge T«eth4«0O
_ _ _
Best Red Rubber —
n urn uiu.»u « mtu «
AD work fully maritnteed for fifteen year«»
Wise Dental Co., me.
Fl.TInt Bufldfr x. Third and Wathinxtta. FORTUNO, ON*
CiaMBou»: »A. M. UIP.U. »< u U at >. •»•»
P N U
Pkwuint. Palatabi*». i'otpnt.
Do Gnor* Never Sicken. Weaken or Gnpe.
10c. 25c, 50c. Never wold in bo lk. T*»« ren
nin« tablet «tamped C C C. Guaranteed to
cure or vour monev bock.
"What's the worst you can sa,
"He hasn't an honest hair in his
"Welt, that's bad enough."
"Oh. not so bad as you think, i
mean he wears a wig.”
Kansas City, Mo.—Harry Peterson,
a cab driver at the Union depot, has
Had Him Guessing.
collected alt the old shoes that have
"Why do you look ao worried.
been tied to his cab while hauling
wedding parties, and Is ready to go on Tom?"
"1 went around today to ask your
the market with hls freak collection.
He declares his Is the only collec 'father for your hand In marriage."
*T»ld—did he refuse?”
tion of genuine “honeymoon shoes” tn
"No. He wanted me to put It it>
existence. It Is composed of 42 men's
shoos, 46 women's shoes and six white writing.”
A Forlorn Hone.
Critic (casually)—What do you
Phonograph at Funeral.
Mason City. la.—A phonograph at a think of this rural drama with Its plot
turning on an egg?
funeral la a novelty, and yet In carry
Thespian (cautiously)—I hope tt If
ing put the wishes of Oliver Andrews,
• phonograph was used, and according not rotten.
to hls request “Work for the Night la
Coming," a quartet, and "Nearer My
Couldn't Tell a Lie.
God to Thee," a aolo, were played, and
“Are these socks all wool, young
were ao beautifully rendered that there man?” queried the old gentleman.
waa no crltlclam. Mr. Andrewa or
T—er—don't think ao. air." replied
dered hla cofiln and planned the de the new clerk. "They are marked
tails of bls funeral three weeks ago.
'half hose' on the box."
The Rayo tamp is a high grade lamp, sold at a low prie»u
There are lamps that cost more, but there Is no better lamp made at any
price. Obnatmeted (>f *oU4 brass; nickel plated—vasi’,y kept clean: SO
ornament to any room In any house. There I s nothing known to the art
of lamn-makinir that can add to the valve of the KAYO Lamp a* a light-
giving device. Every dealer everywhere
If not at yours, write far
descriptive circular to the nearest agenev of the
STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated)
W. L. DOUGLAS
L ei 876 b »3, «3.50 & ’4 SHOES 4°WOMEN
IF vol’ COULD VISIT W. L. DOUOLAS LARGE
FACTORIES AT BROCKTON MASS., awl »«>« how
carefully W. L. Douglas siiuc* are iuade, you wouul then under*
Stand why dollar for dollar they are guaranteed to hold their
•hape, look and tit belter and wear longer than any other >3.00,
S i.50or $1.00 shoes you can buy. Quality counts. — It has made
W. L. Douglas shp4>s a household word everywhere.
tv. I,. DcMIgtaM name iiml the retail price are ttMtoMB
on the bottom, which Is a eafecnnrd against substitute«,
the true values of which arc unknown. liefuse all these
•ubetltute*. You arc entitle#! to the best. Insist upon
having the genuine W. 1«. Douglas shoes.
Bovr S hoe »
• 2.00 $2.50 Ata.OQ