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PORTI ANn OFFERS A MARKET
J. Vi 1 LiAilU FOR YOUR PRODUCE
I M oapwav at vamhiuI
VAUDEVILLE PHOTO PLAYS
Complete Change Saturday. Adulte, Wxk
day Matinee, 20c; Evenlnga, 4uc. Continu
oua 1 to 11 p. m. Children 10 eenta all timaa.
Select Residential & Transient
15th and Yamhill, Portland, Oregon.
Modern Fireproof American Plan
C. G. APPLEGATH
Portland's Oldest FUR House
Remodeling, Repairing, Storage.
129 Tenth Street, near Washington.
ROOT AND HERB REMEDIES
If taken in time, prevent operations for Diabetes, Catarrh, Asthma,
Lung, Throat, Liver. Kidney, Rheumatism, Blood, Stomach and all
female disorders. Bladder Troubles.
The C. Gee Wo Remedies are harmless, as no drugs or poison are used.
Composed of the cholsest medicinal roots, herbs, buds and bark, im
ported by us from far away oriental countries.
Call or Write for Information
C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Company
New Location 262W Alder St.. S. W. Cor. Third, Portland. Oregon
Established 23 Years in Portland.
BARRON'S BOB SHOPPE
When In Portland have
your hair cut at th
BOB SHOPPE, Mar
Phone Main 1676
100 linear Bldg.
For KIDNEYS, NERVE and BLADDER
We Have a Guaranteed Treatment
BU - KOLA KIDNEY TABLETS
26c Trial Box. $1.00 Complete Treatment
Positively Guaranteed. Address
BAKER DRUG CO.,
Fifth and Burnalde, Portland, Oregon.
We alao specialize in mail orders of
Drugs and Sundries.
THE WASHINGTON CLOAK-SUIT HOUSE
268 Wa.h. St., Between 3rd and 4th.
I ariioc' Coats-Suits. S14.SS Dresses. $7 SO.
LOUlSS Silk Hoae. $1.00. Aek about our Spe
cial Payment Plan and free photo offer. Men
tipn this ad.
That Fit None Better
Dr. Harry Brown
149 Third St
We Specialize in
Hide!, Pells, Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Cascara,
Oregon Grape Root. Go..t Skins, Horse Hair
Write for Shipping Tuffs & Ian st Price List
Portland Hide & Wool Co.
106 UNION AVENUE NORTH, PORTLAND, OREQON.
Brunch at Pocatello, Idaho
Cut, seam, hem and machine
pleat skirts ready for hand.
Hemstitching, picoting and tucking.
EASTERN NOVELTY MFG.
85 H Fifth St.
AUTO PARTS FOR ALL CARS
At leas than Vi Price. Mail orders promptly filled
Pacific Auto Wrecking Co. "'.iSS1'"1
Removed without injury to the skin by Ney-Born
Depilatory. Sample on request. Ney-Born Lab
oratories, 519 Morgan lildy:.. Portland Oregon.
See Yellowstone and
These two wonderlands have been
reproduced in charming illustrations
by the Union Pacific and bound in
book form with adequate description.
Both can be easily obtained and will
prove extremely entertaining as well
as instructive. Write for copies to
Wm. McMurray, General Passenger
Agent, Pittock Block, Portland, Ore
gon, who will forward them freely to
any address upon receipt of request.
Write HILLSBORO CHEMICAL CO.
Gold and Silver Plating.
Send us your old Silverware, Reflectors
and Musical Instruments for repair and
resllverlna:. We save you money. B. L.
Foote, 386 ',i Washington St., Portland.
CUT" FLOWERS & FLORAL DESIGNS
Clarke Broa.. Florists, 287 Morrison St.
Baths, sinks, toilets, basins, boilers,
pipe, valves and fittings. Prices reason
able. Standard Plumbing & Heating Co.
East 6th and Morrison Sts. Portland, Or.
Hemstitching, Buttons Covered.
1G5V4 Tenth St.. Portland
PLEATING! HEMSTITCHING. BUT
TONS, SCOLLOPING, PEARL-PICOT
EDGE WIDE HEMSTITCHING
EMBROIDERY BUTTON HOLES
All work guaranteed
Smith Pleating and Button Works,
823 Morgan Bldg., Portland, Ore.
ATTENTION LAD IE 3
Sanitary Beauty Parlors Wi fii yon op,
we make all kinda of Hair Gnoda of your
combings. Join our School of Beauty Culture.
400 to 414 Dekum Bldg., Phono Broadway
6902, Portland, Oregon.
AUTO KNITTING INSTRUCTION
All machines taught and repaired
Yamhill, Portland, Ore.
Rebuilt second hand batteries, $10.00.
46 Grand Avenue, Portland.
BRAZING, WELDINO ft CUTTING
NorthweatWeldlng A Supply Co., 88 lit St.
CAMERA AND KODAK REPAIRING
Adolph W. Harr, Ablngton Big.. Portland.
Complete Lin Bottlers' Supplies
Portland Beverage & Sply Co., 431 Stark
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS
Do not throw away your old feathers. We clean,
dye and remodel and match samples. New Flow
ers and Feathere made to order. '20 yeara estab
lished. We guarantee all work. Hartneaa Feath
er A Flower Shop. 38G' Washington St.
WABASH. Rooms 50c. 204 Madison St.
ALL BEAUTY WORK
MARVEL BEAUTY SHOP
95 Tenth Street. Ground Floor,
Near Stark. Telephone,
by P. A. WALKER
Horses Just Arrived.
Just arrived, three carloads of gentle, all
round purpose horses, weighing from 1100
to 1800 pounds. Will exchange for horses,
mules or cattle. We guarantee all stock
as represented. We rent by the day,
week or month, with or without harness.
North Portland Horse A Mule Co., Union
Stock Yards, North Portland, Oregon.
Set of $0.00
We guarantee material
Painless extraction of
t,-th. 50c. 20 yeara in
the same location. U. S. DENTISTS. 246H Wash
ington cor. Second, Portland. Oregon.
Made to measure, 467 Washington St.
If you are troubled with Appendicitis
or Stomach Trouble, write Hlzi Company,
Portland, Oregon, for free Information in
German or English.
BANKERS' AND BROKERS' SALE.
OF USED TRUCKS
We have taken over the following trucks
from the Portland Motor Car company
and Automotive Brokerage company,
which must be sold at once in conjunc
tion with the bank's trucks, Packards,
Nash, Republic, Masters, Geary, White,
Wlnther, kissel, Federal, Dodge delivery,
Comet and other makes. All sizes, in
cluding dumps and hoists. Terms to suit.
CHAPERON MOTOR CAR CO.
Cor. Grand Ave. and Salmon, Portland
SAVED ON BUILDJNO MATERI
ALS, all kinds, new and used. Also
plumbing supplies, hardware, bldg.
paper, paints, varnish. Write or
call. Dolan Wrecking & Const. Co.
East 8th and Belmont, Portland.
Miller Paint Co. Wallpaper
We Invite you to call and Inspect our
line of Wall Papers and I'alntB or send
for our free catalog. Select what you
want from our line and save money.
172 First St., Portland, Ore.
Why Not Buy
a good re-built used car from Du
rant and save a lot of money pay
1-8 down or trade your old car as
first payment, take 12 months on
ALL USED CARS GUARANTEED
Just as easy to buy In Portland
where vou get choice of 100 cars,
all makes, all models-we have good
cars from $50.00 up.
Write Us Today
about the kind of a car you like
best we'll send yuu a list of cars,
DURANT'S USED CAR CENTER
15th and Burnslde Portland, Ore.
Wall Paper Specials
Bedroom paper 10c, 16 c 20c Dwfcta
roll. Best duplex oatmeal, 45c bolt, wash
able kitchen papers 45c double roll. Tap
estry papers 36c, 60c. double roll. Free
ample book on request. rt
SMITH'S WALL PAPER HOUSE
108-10 Second Street Portland, Ore.
ONION SEED FOR SALE
Oregon Half-Globe yellow Danver onion
seed for sale by grower. C. L. Johnston,
Sherwood, Ore. .
GOING TO BUILD?
Wt have hundreds of plana at $10.00 and up. Send
ue a sketch of the home you want and we will sub
mit similar specimen plans. No obligation except
to return plans if not suitable.
O. M. AKERS
Design in it and Drafting. 611-12 Couch Building.
CLEANING AND DYEING
f or reliable Uleamncr and Dye
ing service send parcels to as.
Wo rift v rnturn uontaire. Inform-
mkM' ia . . . ' . "
V jJsm tlon ftnd prices given upon re-
Established 1890. Portland. Ore
33 Japanese Pongee 2. M. M.
Kafoury Bros., 883 Alder St.
Guaranteed Dental Work
Extracting Adaolutely Painleas.
Very moderate prices. All work
done without pain.
W hen Xou TninK oi l eetn
DR. R. W. DONOHUE
2341, Morrison St. Cor 2nd St.. Portland
10 Years' Successful Practice.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE
Teachea trade In 8 weeks. Borne pay
while learning;. Positions secured. Write
for oatalogue. 234 Burnslde street, Port-
land, Oregon. .
DON'T MURDER YOURSELF THROUGH
IGNORANCE AND NEGLECT
irself with Medicines, Drugs, Opiates and
DVUiaj. . - .,oiiV.n
If you suffer any kind of pain or a
weak, nervous and run- own in , I v r n r R ) WE L, trouble.
causing gases 10 arise,
'l .j i DuciiMaTlSM and have spent lots oi money uuuo.imi
or any kind of RH EU mai u ' oub, n(j let me give to you the Secret of
suit, WRITE to me tUttTJ " 'wag given to me by an Old Hermit of the
New Life, H"!h nlHpp'n",li man after I had suffered for over thirty years,
Mountains, which made me a wen y," "s months. Today, 1 own that secret,
finally becomings "Tln nl ufnl ona' ry work among sufferers. I charge nothing
I am a licensed Phskn'0arJnsAT, y0UTaI pay for if anything, will be the COST oi
'PT W "SrXtn-,.1 JS!r TE l' WH .8Vo".Ut, which consists of the MINKKALK
r aa Marr.e nrt HALLE rYimcnftu ' mma
ir e :.-. 1 i ia u - .
of the EARTH In Natural ."' V"" V. and have their grateful tea
label) wun wniui ,"'",. tn 5u cents a day for your home treatment.
"?.' r'" ; Twhat alls vou. Send me 4 cents In stamps, for
for 60 days, depennu g ''"''.'j. VnOM THE GRAVE," and state your trouble, and 1
mv Booklet entitled VOICf "H telimg you the Course you should have for a
will send you a free ,tMMtM euvj i' Women, suffering with troubles
Pull 60 Days' Constltut onal "msgDr M. B. MARCELL, 801 W. Lombard
peculiar to their sex, write to ma Address, b gure w mentlon thu paper.
St., Portland, Oregon.
Highest Aerial Trolley for Caracoles, Bolivia
New York. An aerial trolley line,
Iz mile long and rising 3,700 feet, la
oon to be constructed for the Cara
coles Tin company of Bolivia, a Gug
genheim corporation, according to re
cent advices received In the financial
district here. At its highest point the
trolley will be the Mgkt trolley of
its kind In the world. The completion
Steel will be work?-j on the ground
and the trolley linn itself will curry
material up the mountain.
The line Is planned to be about the
same size and capacity as that erected
for the Northern Peru Mining company
to connect the mill at Samme with the
mines at Mllluachl, Trujillo, work on
which was done by Wayne Graham
T?he Young Lady
J Across the Way
jgfa rrr i i
The young lady across the way says
basketball Is the great winter game,.
and the Inside baseball she reads so
much about doesn't seem to be mak
ing much headway.
(A by McClure N.wipaptr Syndicate.)
Has Anyone Laughed
You use perfume T
You evidently don't use enough.
Perfume Is a lovely thing In
moderation. The flowers profit
by It, the world profits by It
Why shouldn't you add to the
beauty of things tool Of course
when perfume covers a defl
clency of the sanitary code and
when it annoys people, then It
Is the time to put on the stop
code I Perfume Is lovely when
It Is, but baleful when It "ain't."
Your get-away here la:
That they only laugh and don't
, by McClure Newapaper Syndtoata.)
I ll I I 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I H 1 I 11-rrH
Great Mistake With Pigs.
One of the greatest mistakes made
by the fall pig grower is that of no'
providing a warm, dry, easily accessi
ble feeding place for the pigs that are
counted upon to roll in the prospec
tive dollars of profit.
IVE your Imagination free rein,
especially If it is of the construc
tive kind, taking you to new heights
beyond those of yesterday. The great
est achievements of yesterday, if we
are to progress, must be outdone to
day. An original thought is but one more
step towards another, destined, per
haps, to revolutionize accepted stand
ardo and set at naught much of our
boasted knowledge with Its many de
ficiencies of precise Information.
By imagination the countries of the
world have been brought closer to
t't'llier. News that was once brought
by mounted couriers riding day and
night, is uow flashed through the air
by means of electricity, reaching to all
parts of the world and surpassing In
Its flight the speed of light. When
Samuel Morse dreamed of the tele
graph be annihilated dlstnnce and
brought the poles of the earth to
gether. Thousands of miles from the fore
casting station, millions of people lis
ten dally to the radio carrying its lilt
ing music and stirring voices through
Invisible paths of air.
These modern wonders, mystical,
startling, had their birth in the Imag
ination of men who continued to pay
court to fancy, while their narrow
vlsloned friends Jeered and mocked.
Do not criticize the hoy who goes
castle-bullding, or prefers by choice to
dwell apart from others.
Manifest Interest In his thoughts
and give him encouragement.
You cannot surmise where a boy of
this type may be leading, or what in
future years he may do for the uplift
of the world and the comforts and
delights of its peoples.
That the boys of today are destined
to surpass the boys of yesterday, may
be accepted as a foregone conclusion;
Indeed, It can be counted upon as a
The result of their Imagination,
heightened by better schooling, and
let us hope greater encouragement,
will be seen in the next generation In
the revelation of things which the
vlslonist of today has not yet dreamed.
Every annlysls of what has been
done In the past reveals the prob
ability of something more startling
awnltlng the imaginative brains of the
boys of today. Give them an oppor
tunity to show their ingenuity. En
courage their imagination and cheer
them on !
i Q by McClure N.wapaper Syndicate.)
a inMm a iv i (t -!-
A WUlVLrAIN IVH
By DOUGLAS MALLOCH
A WOMAN In the house, to me.
Is like the sunlight on the sea,
Is like the roses by the road,
Is like the laughter with the load.
As stars make beautiful the night,
And flowers, gardens give delight,
Ye, all that beauty does for you
A woman in the houte will do.
A woman in the house will malte
An altar there for hearts that ache,
Will build a shrine amid life's sin
To worship God, and ink Him In.
For you who wander, you who weep,
A woman in the house will keep
A candle burning evermore
She is a lighthouse on the shore.
woman In (lie house is like
The sun's declining rays that strike
Your windows when the day Is old
Aud turn your window panes to gold.
A man may build a house of h's;
A woman In the house it is,
Throuch 1ot and sorrow, dawn and
That 'likes his house and makes It
(A by MoClura N.w. paper Syndicate.)
rsk. aVat Asfk A aVAa a4aaA aaVAA aVaVat
All tmmm aaissl a
Salem. With more than 8000 sig
natures, tho nominating petition of
P resi dentC ool 1 ilge" waVf I led"Saturd a y
with Secretary of State Kozer by Sen
ator Patterson, Oregon campaign man
ager for the president.
St. Helens. Lumber shipments,
while light, showed a slight increase
over the last week. Three shipments
were made by water and totaled 3,200,
000 feet. One shipment was for for
eign ports and the others for Califor
nia. Salem. The planting of trees and
other shrubbery along tho highways In
Oregon w ill be encouraged by the state
highway commission, according to an
nouncement made here by Hoy Klein,
in charge of the local offices of the de
partment. Grants Pass. Water has been turn
ed into the south canal of the Grants
Pass irrigation district. Although
farmers do not need the water yet for
irrigation, It has been placed in the
ditches so that it will be on hand
should a sudden dry period develop.
Eugene. The bounty on 19 seals re
cently killed In the Pacific ocean by
Herman Iarsen, a rancher in western
After Every Meal
It's the longest-lasting
confection you can bny
and it's a help to di
gestion and a cleanser
for the mouth
bcnellt as well ma
Is expected to take six months and the i erecting engineer n uie ler.a,
materials are already on the ground. 1 Tramway company of Spokane, Wash.
Ration for Sows and Pigs.
Crushed or crounl oats us u slop
may form one-third of the rutlon for
brood sows and for young pigs until
they reach the period of fattening;
but outs are not profitable as a feed
for fattening bogs.
' 4. -
The best Investment on a farm
where cows are milked Is a silo and
no farmer or dairyman need hesitate
to build a silo. It will make money
for him every year and the cost of tie
silo is easily absorbed In an Increased
How of milk and better-looking cowa
A profitable cow should produce 6,
000 pounds of milk or 200 pounds of
butterfat in 300 days. Are your cows
all profitable? Why not find out? Is
milking dairy cows a business proposi
tion with you? If so, why not upply
It never pays to crowd, especially
on the roosts. A little unoccupied
space Is better than to hare the
perches so crowded that the fowls
have to try to sleep on top of one
The fowls should be kept In good
healthy condition at all times A dose
of epsom salts, one pound to 100
birds Is a good conditioner. Perman
gnate of potash added to the drinking
water is also good to prevent colds
e Young Lady
Across the Way
The young lady across ihe way says
pyorrhea Is probably the most preva
lent disease, and she understands thst
75 per cent of the American people
kr Madura Nawaaaaxr Sradleale.)
ane county, was collected at the ot-
fice of tho county clerk here Saturday.
He received $47.50 for bringing in the
pelts of the. sea animals. It is seldom
that the bounty is collected here on
Portland. Robert E. Strahorn of
Spokane, president of tho Oregon, Cal
ifornia & Eastern railroad, arrived In
Portland Saturday to spend $100,000
this week for equipment for his rail
road, which plans to devote the com
ing summer to general Improvement
of the lines between Sprague Hlver
and Klamath Falls.
Haines. W. H. Mayes, local dairy
man, has brougnt a carioau or regis
tered and high-grade Jersey cattle here
from Tillamook county. Milk cows
in the shipment were accompanied by
an attendant and fed and milked en
route. Mr. Mayes now owns about 60
head of Jersey milk stock on his ranch
just west of Haines.
Bend. A heavy surplus of hay In
central Oregon not needed during tho
winter because of the unusually mild
weather will mean an agricultural de
velopment in this section tending to
greater diversification, farmers be
lieve. It is estimated that 400 car
loads of alfalfa remain in stack In
DeschuteB county alone.
Salem A total of 21,578 cash bo
nuses authorized by the world war vet
erans' state aid commission had been
paid up to March II, according to a re
port prepared here Saturday by Major
Simpson, acting secretary for the de
partment. Cash payments aggregated
$4,685,071.95. Of this amount approxi
mately $3,400,000 was paid to ex-service
men living in Oregon.
Marshfield. Coos county electors
will be asked to vote for good roads
bonds for $375,000 at the primary elec
tion, according to an order by the
county court Friday. Of tl.ls amount
$70,000 will be used for mVt0htnjl state
and other money on tho Hauser-GlaH-gow
hard surfacing, $70,000 for the
('ofjulllc-Handon hard surfacing, and
$50,000 on the Myrtle Point Koseburg
Shanlko. Remarkable progress Is
being made on the construction of the
last link of the Sherman highway In
Wasco county. This section extends
from a point ubout eight miles north
of Shanlko to an Intersection with Tin
Dalles-California highway near the
head of Cow canyon, a distance of
about 20 miles. The highway runs
through Shanlko, which 1b the termin
us of the old Columbia Southern rail
way. now a branch line of the O.-W. it.
Pendleton. After carrying a safe
weighing 400 pounds about 100 feet
up the Oregon-Washington highway
from the Marvin Hoy garage In Pilot
Rock, yeggs Saturday knocked off the
lombinat Ion and attempted to blow it
open, according to T. H. Buflintton
deputy sheriff, who investigated the
case. The sound of the explosion
awakened citizens. The car In which
the yeggs fled came toward Pendleton
but truce of the car was lost a short
distance outside of Pilot Hock.
Salem. --Approximately $600,000 col
lected through the administration of
tho state Income tax law has Ix'cn
turned over to the state treasurer, ac
cording to Karl Klsher, siate tax com
missioner, under whose direction the
department is being conducted. Out
of approximately 88,000 returns sent
out by tho department, more than 80,
)00 have been received from persons
and corporations affected by the act.
When the larger part of the outstand
ing returns are received prior to April
15, the last day for filing, the tax
commissioner predicted that he will
have turned over to the treasury de
partment between $700,000 and $800,-000.
"I should adviso ladies always to
avoid artists who are in search of
new sensations and emotions either in
friendship or love. . . Never fall in
lovo with a genius, ladies, nor a man
of temperament. All that Is left of
temperament at homo is temper."
Jacinto Bcuevenle, Spanish Play
Dice Games Ancient.
No one can say positively when dlco
were invented. Credit for tho inven
tion is usually given to Psalmedes of
Greece (1244 B, C). (lames played
with dice are the simplest and most
universal games of chance in the
Youth and Age.
Youth needs but to hear a new tune
twice to know it by heart. Elderly
folks have to hear it 20 times to mere
ly identify it by its name.
Mrs. R. E. Jones
Have You A Daughter?
Salem. Ores, "Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription is the finest
Ionic and nervine that a young girl
can take. My daughters have always
been so greatly benefited l y the
use of the 'Favorite Prescription'
that I do not hesitate to recommend
it to other mothers whose daughters
suffer. One member of my family
also speaks in terms of highest
praise of I Jr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, which she takes during
expectant periods. She claims that
it enables her to have health and
Strength, and practically no suffer
ing. She lias fine healthy babies,
loo. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion is truly a woman's tonic."
Mrs. R. E. Tones, 5f. N. High St.
Get Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription today from your neighbor
hood druggist, in tablets or liquid,
or write Dr. Pierce. I 'resident In
valids' Hotel in Buffalo. N. Y for
free confidential, medical advice.
Knclosc 10c for trial pkg, tablets.
One of the Inducements.
Philippe "I don't want to go to a
girl's school. I'm going to u co-educational
college." Lucy "But tho men
there are likely to be bold und flirta
tious." Philippe "That's what thu
girls all tell mo."
First Linen Clothes Dark.
First linen (lollies, so cosily that
only kings and nobles could afford
them, wire dark and discolored, be
cause the art of bleaching had not
been learned In olden times.
A Chicago woman was made a
great-grandmother three times in one
duy when baby sons arrived ut tho
homes of two of her granddaughters
and one grandson.
"The crowning forlunn of a man Is
to be born to some pursuit which liiuls
him employment und happiness,
whether it bo to muko buskets, or
broadswords, or eunuls, or statues, or
is neeHed In every department of liouar
keeplng. Kijually uood for towels, tsble
linen, aheeta and pillow cuaee. G'nxrr.
Business College Places Graduates In
Enroll any time of year Write for free
auccrsa cHtalos; Fourth and Yamhill,
P. N. U.
No. 15, 1924