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I I ! I 1 if 3 I ll lH 9 Y IS! , Portland, Orefon m
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I-'CI STPiO JT AM Write ua for prioes and market condition! on
FgV OL OOIl Veil, Hogs, Poultry, Fruits, Potatoes, Ooiocs, etc
Portland, Oregon Forty Years in the Same Location.
7. Hi! II Se,ect Residential & Transient VphT"
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E ITlCliiUI V Modern Fireproof American Plan
RATES MODERATE '1TfcWT
Ship Your Cream Often
MUTUAL CREAMERY CO., Portland.
e ; ! asasas-,
Cedar Chests iffl Tennessee Cedar
71C Fac,orv' I-arrabea at Delay Sta. Office, Salearoom, 18fi B. Kroad
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m TRfcMLNDOUS DEMAND FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN, BIG SALARIES
I I Day and Nig-ht Classea. Write for frosuectua.
CLEANING AND DYEING
For reliable Cleaning and Dya
ink" aervice send parcels to ut.
We pay return postage. Inform
ation and prices given upon re
quest. ENKE'S CITY DYE WORKS..
EBtablished 1890. Portland, Or
DR. ABRAMS SYSTEM
For all Chronic Diseases, Madison Bldg.
PARIS HAIR STORE
II kinds of Hair and Beauty work by experts.
lanuebut Co., Wash, ut., near West Park
Cut, Beam, hem and machine CI ft A
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Why Not Give Your Own
System the Same Attention
as You Give Your Auto?
The minute that some little
thing goes wrong with the
car, we run to the git rage
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MOLER BARBER COLLEGE
Teaches trade In 8 weeks. Some pay
while learning. Positions secured. Write
for catalogue. 234 Burnslde Street, Port
PERFECTO TRUNKMFG. CO.
Trunks, Auto Trunks to order. Third
and Pine, Portland, Ore.
PAINTS AND WALLPAPER "
Miller Paint Co., 172 First St. '
Buttons, Scolloping, Paarl-Pleot Edge, Wide
Hemstitching, Kmtroidery, Button Holes. All
Smith Pleating and Button Works
t0Z3 Morgan Bldg., Portland, Ore.
DR. MARIE D. EQUI
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PHYSICIAN 34 Lafayette Bldg SURGEON
Salesmen or those that can talk can posi
tively earn $10.00 to $30.00 and this paid
daily. Something new. Used by every man
and in great demand. Write for Selling Plan.
301 Couch Bide., Portland, Oregon.
DR. SAUVIE, OPTOMETRIST I make the
Glasses Prices Right Satisfaction
208 Swetland Bldg. Opp. Lipman-Wolfe
RYDER PRINTING CO.
Feature Printing for Less
192 Third Street Portland, Oregon
Your "TEETH SLEEP" While We Work
Our Reputation Is our greatest asset.
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AMERICAN BEAUTY SCHOOL
Complete Instruction in Every Branch of this
Profession is what we offer our Students. Talk
with our Graduates.
325 Medica Bldg.. Portland, Oregon.
ATTENTION LADIES 18 rears SMMt.
Sanitary beauty parlor: we fix you up; we
make nil kind of hair pieces out of corubingM;
1 stem twitch, 95c; 2 stems, SI. 50; S items
$'2. Kul I course of beauty culture, $20.
400 Dekum building, Portland, Oregon.
West Park and Morrincm Sta.
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t luncheon served daily that cannot
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litUClCIia Washington and Alder. Portland
Dr. Lake, Divine Healing
129 Fourth Street,
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Orchestras, Sinjfers, Dancers, Comedians, Magi
cians. Directors for HomeTalent Manuscripts, etc
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Centrally located: reached by all depot
cars. Exclusive district. Rates reason
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' XUAND, OREGON
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We Specialize in
Hides, Pells, Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Cascan,
Oreion Grape Roet Goat Skins, Horse Hair
Writ for Shipping Tag-a & latest Price Li.t
Portland Hide a Wool Co.
1U UNION ftHNUE NORTH. PORTLAND. OREION
Branch at Pocatello. Idaho 0
WE CAS 8ELI- YOUR APPLES
MAUKKT IN PORTLAND IS 1MPROVING
13 WHAT YOU HAVE
PACK & bU., Portland, Orefon
25,000 Farmers Unite to Pray Gods for Rain
Kioto, Japan. More than 25,000
farmers participate: In a prayer cere
mony uelc recently in Funal county,
Kioto prefecture, to pray to the an
cient Shinto deities to send rain.
Drought has been threatening the
western and southern part of Japan
with serious rice crop shortages this
The drought Is causing quarrels
uioog farming i oinniunitles in Trt-
ous parts of southern Japan, where
the water supply Is inadequate. The
governor of Kuniaiuoto prefecturt baa
been asked to act us referee between
two villages which are quarreling over
the right of one higher up the stream
that runs through both, to dam the
stream to get water for its parched
Solitude Is often the best aocittjr.
Mill City. The work of building the
new school gymnasium at Gates was
completed Friday hy contractors and
the painting will begin immediately.
Albany. An Italian carnival will be
given by the Albany College Women's
league October 2!) and 30 for the pur
pose of raising funds for the college
Albany. Flax growing in Linn coun
ty may be added to the county's list
of agricultural efforts as a result of
a meeting of several interested farm
ers with a delegation of men interest
ed in the propagation of the flax grow
ing industry in the valley.
Hillsboro. One hundred per cent
enrollment in the county, state and
national educational associations is
the record set by the teachers of the
Hillsboro city schools in a report turn
ed over to the county school superin
tendent Friday afternoon.
Marshfield. The Women's Civic
School and Citizenship proved a popu
lar innovation this year when the first
meeting was held for organization.
Twenty foreigners who were desir
ous of becoming American citizens en
rolled t the opening meeting.
Mill City. The second shipment of
salmon eggs from the racks near
Breitenbush was made Friday, When
approximately 2,000,000 eggs were
shipped to the hatchery at Mehama.
Albany. Albany's auto tourist
camp ground in Bryant park has
brought in 1048 so far this season
and more than 8000 persons have stop
ped at the camp over night. The total
for the year is expected to reach $1200
before the park is closed for the
Salem. There were two fatalities
in Oregon due to industrial accidents
during the week ending October 9
according to a report prepared here
by the state industrial accident com
mission. The victims were Milo
Shestak, Joseph, labo.-er, and F. J
Schultz, Knappton, chaser.
Eugene. At a meeting of the Lane
County Farmers' union at Lorane Sat
urday resolutions condemning the
county board of equalization for low
ering Assessor Keeney's figures on
the assessment of timber lands and
hank stock were adopted unanimous
ly, according to members who attend
The Dalles. Tygh grade, for years
dreaded hy motorists who traveled
over The Dalles highway, is no more
The new grade of the highway, lead
ing down Butler canyon on an easy
incline, has been completed and sur
faced by the contractor and opened
to travel, it was announced at the
local state highway office.
Salem. Fire losses in Oregon, ex
clusive of Portland, in September ag
grated $667,391.36, according to a re
port prepared here by Will H. Moore,
state fire marshal. The most disas
trous fire was at Perry, where a saw
mill was destroyed with a loss ot
$150,000. A total of 125 fires were
reported, three of which were of incen
Albany. Linn county's assessed
valuation on this year's tax rolls has
increased $706,650, most of which is
taken up by untillable lands. An in
crease of 4 cents an acre on untillable
lands, mostly timber, caused the in
creased valuation. A decrease in till
able lands of 2 cents an acre was
made possible by increasing the tax
on timber lands.
Redmond. The Deschutes county
fair, one of the most successful ever
staged, closed here Saturday. Ac
cording to Wjlliam Wilson, president,
the fair has been a remarkable suc
cess from every standpoint. The
farm produce, livestock and poultry
exhibits were far above those of form
er years, and the financial returns
will be sufficient to clear everything.
Salem. It is against the law to
divide commissions with persons not
licensed to sell real estate, accord
ing to Will Moore, real estate com
missioner. Mr. Moore urges that the
public co-operate with the state de
partment hy transacting all real estate
sales or purchases through licensed
real estate brokers, as licensed brok
ers have furnished the state a bond
I'ortland With a tremendous clam
or of hammer and saw In the hands of
an army of workmen, the new $350,
000 building of the Paclfic-Interna
tional Livestock exposition, built upon
the ashes of the structure destroyed
by fire July 23, Is being rushed to
completion at North Portland. Word
nesday It was turned over to O. M.
Plummer, general manager, and the
directors of the stock show organiza
tlon, complete in every detail and
all ready to house the 14th annual
event of the Pacific International
series November 1 to 8 inclusive.
By MARGARET WIDDEMER
(. Uoubleday, Page & Co )
4 4' I 'Hr-''!ESJ something very woa,-
derful going to happen to nie
y tills June!" said Rosabel
happily. "I've felt It and,
besides, a fortune-teller told nie so."
Gerald hud lived next dour to Rosa
bel ten years ever since she was
seven and be was twelve. So he knew
her well enough to say, severely:
"Don't be a little goose!" before he
went off to see the lady be was paying
attention to. She could not be called
u little goose; she was quite Gerald's
own age. She had black eyes and fas
cinating ways; her only drawback
was the way she let Derrlsoa and old
James sit all over the place nights
Gerald was paying attention.
Gerald disliked Derrison most.
James was old ns the hills at least
thirty while Derrison was uhoul Ger
ald's own age, with better loulis and
more salary. And this night he bad,
In addition, coaxed the lady out to see
u special constellation over a romantic
hill uearhy. James intended to tag
along, too ; but Gerald decided not to.
Three of them were too ridiculous.
The lady laughed. "A pleasant
walk home, then," she said, and her
procession swept off one way, leaving
Geruld going the other, feeling that he
had vindicated his self-respect but
lived In a very lonesome world.
"Was she nice touiglit'" asked Rosa
bel from among her honeysuckles. The
brightness was still on tier little lace,
as if she had been thinking all this
time about the wonderful thing that
was coming true. She marie Gerald
feel like coming up and borrowing
some of t lie happiness. He came and
sut down on the. porch by her hammock.
"Do you mind if I hold your hand,
Rosy'" he asked, sadly. "I'm so mis
erable." "Why, of course not!" said Rosabel,
reaching down her band as quickly and
politely as if it hud been a drink of
water. She'd be awfully sweet whi n
she grew up. "Tell me about It," she
Uoaabel was the best little confldunta
in the world. You could always be
sure she never told any other follow
whin you told her. So Gerald, on bis
cushion by her hummock, told her all
ubout .lames, and Derrison, with his
Confounded Interfering constellations.
"And the darn shame of It was that
I know she'd rather have gone olT with
me alone! The way she looked at me
as ).ood us said so. Uh, Rosy, If you
COUtd see li sr eyes I"
"I have," naid Rosabel wistfully. "I
wish I hud e.ves like that."
"Never mind," said Gerald. "Yours
are Just as pretty."
lie hadn't meant to say that, but,
when he came to notice, It was reullj
true! They were big and round and
blue, with thick goldy-brown lasbes.
"Just us pretty," he suld ugain, with
a discoverer's sun. rise.
"Your eyes are i. queer color." said
Rosabel In turn. "Why. Geruld, they
have queer little gold specks In them,
and they change color!"
"Sounds CUblSt f s: ld Gerald, ligbt
heurtedly. He liked I is eyes himself,
and he felt happier. When he and
Rosabel hafl been having two hours
of discussion on these lines be went
home quite sure the lady toiMt love
him he wus so nice I
So net night he cume In to report
again. The ludy bud given him tin
evening all to himself (except for
three phone culls In the other room) ;
but he had gone away earlier than he
meant to. lie and Rosabel tried to
figure out why over the lemonade
"Perhaps," Rosuhei suggested, pres
ently, "she subtly made you. 1 read
u novel yesterday where the heroine
subtly made people do lhlngs. The
lady you pay attention to must be
like a hook-person. I wish I wus!"
"Why, you're not grown up yet,
child I" said Gerald. "When you're as
old as she Is "
But he couldn't imagine Rosabel be
ing like the ludy, even If she was tlfly,
and married married nonsense :
"She's twenty-six," said Itnsubel,
dreamily "Mother remembers."
Twenty-six 1 She had been born
four years, then, when never mind !
What were four years!
"You think she really likes me,
Rosy'" he asked, eagerly.
"Why, of course!" said Rosabel,
"How could anybody help It?" Ami
Gerald felt better.
The next night he spent ut the lady's
bad soiOetbing new about It ; or, rath
er, something new not about It. JSlPSM
good old, harmless James was sit
ting around the same old way. But Der
rison wasn't there ut nil. Somewhere,
'way down In his mind, that worrleu
him. Derrison was such a rhtrll he
might even be bothering sor little
Innocent Rosabel, instead of letting
her alone in her hummock with her
lnnoceDt, pretty dreams about the won
derful thing In June, the dremns she
was always so willing to break off to
talk to Gerald about his lady. "I I
buve to leave early tonight," he ex
plained to the ludy. "An tin engage
ment I've Just remembered "
He strode home, wondering If he
could be right ubout Derrison. Ger
ald always believed In presentiment
after that, because, there, on the porch
with Rosabel and the lemonade, sat
Derrison. destroyer of hupplne ! And
evidently being talked to by Rosabel
with pleasure. Not content with the
ludy, here the brute was, bothering
poor little Rosabel, Gerald sat down
on his cushion ami reached up after
Rosabel's hand. He would show Der
rison that he bad the rights of a
But he couldn't. Both little hands
were In Rosabel's lap. And i; blinding
thought struck Gerald. It wus June
the second of June. Ami was It pos
sible that Rosabel, being young and
foolish, might tuke Derrison for u won
derful thing? You never can tell
ubout a woman, even one you've lived
next door to for ten years I '
He und Derrison It seemed annoy
ingly customary went down the porch
together. Gerald thought of going
back und explaining to Rosabel why
she should not let Derrison come to
see her. But it seemed more dignified
Next-hut-one evening Gerald started
out, us usual, for the lady. Rosabel
was on her knees by her pansles, In a
lavender (rock. "Would you like some
pansles for her?" she called as Gerald
went hy. "No!" suld Gerald, and hur
ried by. He had a curious desire to
stay with Rosabel. He might have If
he bad stopped for pansles.
When he came near the lady's a
more curious thing happened. He
didn't want to go in ! He walked
Btrtllghl on past. It was n lovely night
and Geruld should have enjoyed It.
But Rosabel was on bis mind. Unac
countably, And unaccountably, before
he knew it, he was walking in a circle
that led to Rosabel's front gate and up
lie could see a flutter of lavender.
lOAS In the hummock. Dear little
thing perhaps she was asleep . . .'
But she was lying face down and
why, she was crying! He ran for
ward and, before he thought, his arms
were around Rosabel.
"There, there, dear! Was It my not
taking the pai.sles? I can explain "
"No-o!" gulped Rosabel, bunting for
"Then what was it?" persisted Ger
ald, worriedly, conscious of how pleas
ant Rosabel feu to hold. '.
"It It was Horace Derrison!"
"The brute!" said Gerald. He
kissed her. "I'll knock his block
"No no! Not him. He's all right
be says he ulways liked blue eyes
better, anyway. It's you. Oh, poor
Geruld, the ludy she's engaged to Mr.
Now Gerald, had he been In nn ap
propriate frame of mind, should have
risen with a tragic exclamation. But
he didn't. He pulled Rosabel closer.
"Don't you Understand?'' she said,
severely. "She's engaged! To some
"Rosabel," said Gerald, solemnly,
"there's something I have to tell you.
You mnyn't respect nie afterwards;
but Rosabel, It's you I'm In love with I
I I wasn't in love with her a bit. It
was well, a boyish passing amuse
ment. I "
Rosabel was not as old or us wise as
the lady. Khe made no hesitation. She
put both astonished, glad little arWI
around Gerald's neck, with a swift,
"Gerald" she suld. "Oh, Gerald
It's the Wonderful Thing In June!"
Jljicr every meal
sweet and si
1 - a - s-t-I-u-fl
The dome-shaped house or igloo ot
the Eskimos contains Uio nearest ap
proach to the keyed arch found among
North American Indians.
Java's Cinchona Forest.
The cinchona forest in Java covers
about 25.000 acres. The larger part of
the world's supply of quinine conies
from that country.
Silver Plating Easy.
Silver plating (hat, according to its
inventor, can easily bo applied at
home to worn-off silverware, is now
on the market.
Mrs. Isabella McLuchlan
I'ortland, OrcR. "Dr. Pierce's
medicine has been so very bene
ficial to me that 1 am glad to ive
it my recommendation. Doctors said
I would have to undergo an opera
tion, but after taking the 'h'avorite
Prescription' I Eound that an opera
tion was not necessary, During
otic expectant period 1 suffered with
inflammation ami became so weak
and rundown could not do my
work. Doctors again advi cd an
operation, hut instead I began tak
ing the 'Favorite Prescription' and
it soon put me o" ny feet. My
health returned, I had practically
no suffering, and my baby was very
healthy. Since that time whenever
I have felt badly I have taken the
'Favorite Prescription.' It always
makes me well in no time.'' Mrs.
Isabella McLachlan, 76K Mich. Ave.
Go to your neighborhood drug
store and get Favorite Prescription
in tablets or liquid. Write Dr.
Pierce, President Invalids' Hotel,
in Buffalo N. Y., and receive good
medical advice in return, free,
Crystals for Radio Fans.
Many pounds of galena crystals
have) been given to radio smstetUTS
by the department of mining and
metallurgy of the University of Wisconsin.
Cuts Cold Metal.
An adaptation of I lie pantograph to
the oxy acetylene Dame is one of tho
latest efforts to control mechanically
that powerful agent for culling cold
"Good Fellow" Seldom
Makes a Good Friend
Starting with the best will In the
woi-ld, with ability, with ambition,
many a business worker has come to
grief simply through failure to know
u trouble muker when he sees one.
Yet his failure In this respect Is
ufter all not so surprising. There ure
as many kinds of trouble makers as
there ure varieties of pickles, says II.
Addlngton Bruce, in Forbes .Maga
zine. And comparatively few of them
go about placarded, "1 am out to
Commonest Of all trouble makers,
however, ure the so-called "good ft'l
lows" who Insist that life wus meunt
wholly for delight.
They may or mfty not be vicious.
Csually they ure not. Usually they
ure us a matter of fact possessors of
traits energy, generosity, umiablllty,
frankness, high spirit- that would go
fur towurd making them reul suc
cesses If only they were unlimited by
an achievement motive.
That Is why the "good fellow," no
matter how pleasing his personality,
Is trouble maker par excellence so
fur as all ambitious workers ure con
cerned. To Select "good fellows" ex
clusively or Chiefly s one's friends.
Is virtually to condemn oneself to a
life of unaccompllshlng mediocrity.
Youth, Inexperienced youth. Is nil
too likely to be unaware of this, as
of the larger truth that every man
whose point of view makes for a weak
ening or distorting of honest, sincere
SO! leaver Is u potential trouble maker.
Plant With Bad Odor
A wonderful and unpleasant plant
from the Indian Jiin.de Is In the fu
mous Kew gardens In London, Eng
Innri. While in llowcr the odor from
Ibis troplcul visitor i evfremely un
plmaant somewhat tike til ' i Male
und femule species of tile plant
appear In the (lower, the mule por
tion being u ring of bead like yel
low blossoms on top and the female
n second ring of smaller and closer
petals below. When the bloom wus
t),a .it,, r nf tolntu.l 1,1 I
111 nn h , yrf w,.; j,,!.,. t, A' l'ouiitariry & ltuin-
WUS SO strong and Unpleasant that ManaK.rn.-nt. Irnut.- QtlWflkt. Cal.ulaU,r-
vlsltors to the house hastened from I .rnu,rn.-t.,r , BtaMsraaW) . FSBaMaaUp, or Cum-
. - ' iii.-ri .1,1 I flu IK-I l,"iir..i' "I
It, II 1H Ilie en niui-ii "i iiic ii'inrr
which attracts the (lies, and they, In
their turn, pollenute the plant. An the.
flower dies and Its deep purpllsh-col- j T( fr,.m,t ir,ni,,.-n :,w "f 'h- Northwmt
,.r,.,l , , . ahrlnlia H single leaf I whi'-li nan won more Accuracy Award and tlold
Horsepower of Laborer.
Compared with other motors, a la
boring man has been rated by French
Investigators at having about one Hev
until horsepower and an efficiency of
30 per Cent
Men's Elastic Bands.
Shipping returns from Hongkong
last year showed that $50,000 worth ot
m' ti's elastic bands wet" delivered in
It Is said Unit a soft answer turnelb
uway wrath, but occasionally a soft an
swer starts a matrimonial engagement
which ends In war.
U ttif finest product of Its kind In the
world.- livery woman who lua used
it know thU statement to he true.
You Want a Good Position
springs from the decaying bloom. Sad
raacbafl In a short peftod the great
height of 10 feet. It Is (lasxlfled as
one of the Auiorphophallus species.
MdaU than any Staff achool in America. Send
for our Sine.- , ( 'uttiloK. fourth Striit i, ur Mor
riaun. Portland. Or. loaac M. Walker. I'reaident
P. N. U.
No. 42, 1924