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YOU CAN BE A BETTER TEACHER
By Training Yourself Professionally
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL
M O N M O U TH , OREGON
Oregon’» School for Oregon Teacher*
You will learn what U> teach snd how to teach. The school prepares you
for elementary work in city and country school*. Every mem
ber o f the faculty ha* professional preparation.
COURSES— Professional, Supervisor, Rural
First Semester Begin? Sept. 11, 1916.
Learn more about your professional possibilities.
The 1916 catalogue
tells. The Registrar has one for you. W rite for It.
Doobr Tread Pnntfnr- Prsoi Tim
i j k teachers a g e n c y .
f ,,reM '
r , . ,
Twite.. f..r >11 kind, of to.rl.ins po.ltion.
M..U fn..n roor old on~_ lo tio n « fr ^ p , „ „ u * to sll InoutrWa W. furnl.hth.
a. Itrand No* TiaICS Write uo.
I*at laoch. ro for .11 pualtiun. S oim I *1.1 n*. K1..1
HMM.ON VI U ANI/.INO CO..
I w. will null you full particular.. J. N. KUJUTT.
660 Waah In« ton Ml..
Purllarsd. Ora. i 61« Journal lllilg . Portland. Oregon.
Pacific Coast F on a rli« Co..
Bought. Sold. Ksnlfil and Rtptlrad
WALKER ELECTRIC WORK«
Uurnakio, cor. 10th Portland. Or«.
MIDES, PELT8, CASCARA BARK,
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
Wi «is t i l rw U n
i l l ik'ppuit tags
r im i
T hi H. F. N orton C o . Nm**«. ors.. sure*. t i
H E R E ’S A N O T H E R
fait tar fruin a aatlaltad Hblppar.
Pull Kun. Or*. March 4. 191«.
IIA7.KI.W O O I) CO.,
I I War Sira: * * ° I hava baan ahlpplne to ytMJl
plant now mrtng uo I ymmrm and ban. ala ay. found
you aatiafaetory. Hava tried other plant, but
found HAZELWOOD THE BEST, and alway.
' read yuur latter, and pamphlata with intera.t
Hop. you receive the 4 sale, of cream I .hip today.
Iteapactfully. O. A. C.
Original on Ala In our office for Infraction.
Won't YOU become .me of our Satieflad ahippar.?
If you nnnot mm« to
Portland to g«t your
»yr« nttod. 1 will «srnd
my method of t»**t
f h ou
tf eye« by mail Not
a« «UairabU a» i
ai «rrvlco but much
battor than going with
out *fla*»**« n«Halad or
trying to At youraalf.
Outfit ««nt on application. HTAPt.KH. U m Jtw-
»l«r-Op4irUn. 2tM liorrtaun at.. Portland. Orogtm A L L FARM A C C O U N T S
Oregon Hernia Instltute
Rupturw tmtnl mrrhanlrally. Privato
Attiri* moina liigh«r«t uatirnonlala. Ra
sulta guarantord. Cali or wrlto.
JOHNSON A UMBARCEJt
<11-412 AUaky Boilding, Portland. Oregon
Portland Y .M .C . A. Auto School
Day and night rlaaaaa. Espart training
In rapai ring, drivfng and machine wucfc.
Includlng forge. Ialite, «hapar. Orili praaa,
tracinre. etc Time unllmltad. COMPE-
TKNT tHAUFFEURB ANI» MECHAN-
IC8 8UPPLIED WK1TK US.
" I wish you were more like Mr.
Drown. Me gives hie wife everything
she asks for.”
"Perhaps I could be If you were
more like Mrs. Drown and didn't ask
for everything In s ig h t"— Detroit Free
“ W hy do you call Dllgglns an expert
“ Decause of his assumptions o f ex
traordinary wisdom. There isn't any
phenomenon In the universe that he
doesn't assume to be able to account
for.”— Washington Star.
SKIFF 1 MILLER.
D E N TIS TS ,
Take plena ure In announcing that they are lo-
Morgan bldg.. (4th floor). Wash
ington at Broadway, Portland. Ore., where they
Will be pleaeed to n*M*t their friends and patient«.
These office« will be conduct«*«! on a policy of serv
ice at moderate prices to the best of our ability.
We always stand behind our work, as we know
that a satisfied patient is and shall always be the
Dr. Elof T. Hrdlnnd,
Dr. Seymour S. Skiff,
Dr. J. Howard Miller.
T «l* p b o o «. Marshall M .
PARTS FOR 1-2
Part« over 60 makes and models, at half the reg
ular price. Buy your ueed auto parte from an
old-4*atabll«hed and reputable dealer, who has a
reputation to protect and conducts the largest
parts store and carriee the largest complete as
sortment of ueed auto part« of any company this
side of Chicago. Our prices are lees, and for this
reason we outsell all others. All parte an* guar
anteed to be In flret-claee condition.
MOTOR PART8 MFG. CO.
323-325-327 BURNSIDE ST., PORTLARQ. OR.
Butter, Egg* &
To the Old Reliable Everding bouse with a
record of 46 yean of Square Dealings and be
Top Market Price«.
F. M. CRONKHITE,
45-47 Fne St,
P. N. U.
W HEN writta« is
«M thlspM sr
No. 80. IBIS
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS
Portland— Wheat— Bluestem, 91.029
per bushel; fortyfold, 98c; club, 93e(
red F ife, 92c; red Russian, 90c.
M lllfeed— Spot prices: Bran, 926(ft
26.50 per ton; shorts, 9290(29.50; rol
led barley. 931.606(82.60.
Corn— Whole, 938 per ton; cracked
For • ha ms* tr«d ««a «td « and mountain ium-
mrr raaorta. there la nothing that will treat
our 2-mom bungalow. This hou«« U mail* of
Vegetable*— Artichokes, 76cfr(91 per
u'md quality roast flr lumber, the hou«« baring
20s 10 f««rt in alsa. divided into two morn« to
dozen; tomatoes, 90c6($L26 per crate;
•uit th« requirement« of th« purrhaaer, ha«
cabbage, 92 per hundred; garlic, 10c
2 doom. 6 window«» porch 4«4. and galvanized
sta«l chimney A hammer, wranrh, and wn w
per pound; peppers, 12|c; eggplant,
driver 1« all that 1« nmd«d to or«rt. Our mill
16c; lettuce, 91 per crate; cucumbers,
prio« direct from factory to you i« only |76.
916(1.26 per box; peas, 36(4c per
pound; beans, 46(6c; celery, |1 per
dozen; corn, 606(60c.
804 Hood Str.ol.
Potatoes— New, 19(gi2c per pound.
PO RTLAND .
Onions — California red and yellow,
92.76 per sock; W alla Walla, 92.76
Green F ru it«— Apples, new, 91.656$
N «w and HrcoryJ-hand
1.90 per box; cherries, 46(8c per
pound; cantaloupes, 91.106(3.60 per
crate; peaches, 60c6(91 per box; wa
termelons, Ifc & lic per pound; figs, 91
6(1.60 per box; plums, 91.266(1.60;
Burlap and Twin«.
prunes, 91.266(1.60; pears. 26(2.25;
apricots, 91-266(1.60; grapes, 92.36
per box; loganberries, 76c6(91; rasp
•■CONDÌ . the Bags
berries, 916(1-25; blackcaps, $L606(
Hava him writ« our
Eggs — Oregon ranch,
W IN K LEM AN BAG A H I'K L A P CO..
price, current re ceip t« 23}c per dozen.
171 Front Bt.
Jobbing price: Oregon ranch, candled.
26c; selects, 26c per dozen.
Oldaat aad Largaat Second hand Bag
Daalan In tba North w*«L
Poultry— Hens, 146(149c; broilers,
166(18c per pound; turkeys, live, 206(
22c; ducks, 12((14c; geese, 96(1 lc.
Butter — Cube« extras, no bid;
prime firsts, 24(c.
P r in t« extras, 27<j(29c; butterfat. No.
1, 26c; No. 2, 24c, Portland.
Veal— Fancy, 12e; prime firsts, 24(0,
Court Room, Singlo, 75c; Double, 91.
Outside Room, Singlo, $1; Double, $1.50 24 Jc per pound.
Pork— Fancy, 1 0 | @ llc per pound.
(Beth prlvlkwe Included)
Cattle — Steers, choice, 97.606(8;
Rooms with Private Bath. Single,
good, 96.766(7.26; cows, choice, 96.26
$1.50; Double. 92-00.
@ 7 ; good, 96.60(^6.26; heifers, 94<gt
(When you Kertster Ask the Clerk tor
6.50; bulls, $36(6; stags, 94.606(6.
H o g a — Prime light, $8.506(9.05;
Aate-Has Marta Traías.
good to prime, $email@example.com; rough
AU Cars fruía Union Depot I’sss Our Doors.
heavy, $7.606(7.76; pig* and skips,
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Cor. Washington * Fifth Sts'. PORTLAND. ORE
Sheep — Y e a r lin g «
$5.76 (a 6.25;
wethers, 94.76 @ 6;
ewes, $2.50 (a,
6.50; lambs, $66(8.25.
Secret Worth Buying.
Complete House for Only $75
Millmade Construction Co.,
m ELECTRIC MOTORS THE NEW PERKINS HOTEL
REDUCED FREIGHT RATE8
To and from all point« on household luuda. pianta,
and automoUUa. Information cheerfully glv«n !
Special Summer Rates
Mr. Rounder (at police station)—
Can I see the burglar who was arrest
S H O U L D BE S TA N D A R D IZ E D ed for breaking into my house last
Oregon Agricultural College. Corval night?
Chief (hesitatingly)— Well, I don't
lis.— Managing a business without ac
counts Is like steering a ship without know. What do you want to see him
a compass or driving s horse without about?
Rounder—Oh. there's nothing secret
reins, said Dean J. A. Dexell In a lec
ture before the graduate school of ag about 1L I Just want to find out how
riculture at AmhersL Massachusetts, be managed to get Into the bouse with
out waking my wife.— Boston Trans
on July 10.
The secret of success was said to cript.
lie In a knowledge of past events and
ability to utilize the knowledge in but-
They were sitting In a secluded cor
farmer is Involved In a variety of fl- ner o f the veranda. For a long time
Miinclsl transactions and must observe neither of them bad spoken. Suddenly
established business methods. In or he took her little hand In his. His
der to be most useful farmers' ac voice was choked with emotion as be
counting methods should be standard ■aid:
"D o you think you could ever learn
The key note of modern business to love a man"-----
efficiency is standardisation. This is
"Y e s ." she Interrupted In a soft
seen in the Interchangeable parts of whisper. "Bring on your man."— New
machinery and other articles, and con York World.
trol o f railroads and other public util
ities through uniform government re
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets are the
ports. and conservation of human en original little liver pills put up 40 years
ergy by scientific management. It Is ago. They regulate liver and bowels.
Just as necessary that business meth
ods of the farm be standardized and
uniform as the business methods of
The late James J. Hill, the railroad
If the production of farm commodi king, was a man of buoyant optimism.
''Failure." he once said In an ad
ties Is going to keep pace with the In
creasing demand, farm accounts must dress to railway men. "failures are al
be kept and kept in a systematic, uni ways pessimists. Successes, on the
other hand, are optimists. Which Is
If accounting systems are standard right?"
He paused, then added:
lzed they will serve as a basis for com
‘‘It's easier to slip down hill than to
paring success and failure of neighbor
ing farms with a view to correct the climb up. but the view, remember, is
mistakes. With the young farmer Just at the top.”
starting in business the standardized
Sometimes Apply It Lightly.
accounts would serve as a partial sub
stitute for experience.
For cuts, burns, scalds, sores and
Contrary to the usual understanding open wounds always apply Hanford's
of the matter the subject o f farm ac Balsam lightly, but be sure that it
counts is not new, but was discussed covers and gets to the bottom of the
frequently by the ancients, especially wound. A few light applications are
Pliny and Cicero.
generally all that is needed to heal
this class of difficulties. Adv.
How Delia Managed.
A great deal of noise arose In the
nursery one morning, and since It
gave no promise of subsiding, Mrs.
Odell hurried in that direction. She
found the baby howling with might
and main and the new nursemaid sit
ing calmly by.
"W ell, Della, this is a terrible
noise!” cried Mrs. Odell angrily.
"W hat is the matter? Can't you keep
the baby quiet?”
"8hure, mum.” replied the girl, “ but
I can't keep him quiet unless I let him
make a noise, mum.”
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS;
To Lydia EL Pinkh&m’s Veg
Washington Park, I li.— “ I am the
mother o f four children and have suf-
Cook Would Stay Awhile.
fered with female
‘‘John, are you sure It ia safe on this
nervous spells and
"Yes, my love.”
the b lu e« My chil
"And you know how to salt It?"
dren’s loud talking
"M y sailing master does.”
and romping would
"H ow long w ill It take us to cross?"
make me so nervous
"About two weeks."
I could juat tear
"Oh, dear. There's so much to wor
ry about on a yacht."
everything to pieces
"T h ere’s one thing that needn't
and I would ache all
cause you any worry.”
over and feel so sick
"W hat's that?"
that I would n o t
"T h e cook can't leave until we get
want anyone to talk
to port."— Brooklyn Citizen.
to me at times. Lydia E. Pinkham's
V egetable Compound and L iv e r Pill» re
stored me to health and I want to thank
"W ish to marry my daughter, do
you for the good they have done me. I
you? Take my advice, don't.”
have had quite a bit o f trouble and
"But why, sir?"
" I have noticed evidence of Insanity worry but it does not affect my youth
ful look « My friends say ‘ W hy do you
In her lately.”
look ao young and well T * 1 owe it all
"Good heavens! What evidence?”
"She says she wants to marry you.” to the Lydia E. Pinkham remedies. ”
— Boston Transcript
— Mr*. R obt . S to b ie l , Moore Avenue,
Washington Park, Illin o l«
Knew Her W a y «
W e wish every woman who suffer«
"W ell, I muat be going, old man.
I ’ve an appointment to meet my w ife.” from female troubles, nervousness,
backache or the bluee could see the let
"She probably won't be there.”
"Oh, she will. Just about. I'm two ters written by women mode well by Ly-
die E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
hours late.”— Boston Transcript
I f you heve any symptom about which
The market value of “ silk” sooks yea would like to know write to the
manufactured from sawdust In the
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.. Lynn,
United States daring 1915 was equal
to the total appropriation for admin M a e«, for helpful edvice given free o f
istering the national fo rest«
Seattle— Wheat — Bluestem, 91.02;
Turkey red, 91.01; fortyfold, 93Jc;
club, 93 (c; fife, 94c; red Russian,
92(c. Barley, $28 per ton.
Y o u k n o w th e d iffic u lt y o f g e t t in g th e roots
o f stu m p s o u t w it h pu llers, b y b u rn in g, o r b y
using e x p lo s iv e s th a t m e r e ly sh a tter.
need e x p lo s iv e s t h a t n ot o n ly sh a tte r b u t also
lift and h e a v e — t h a t te a r th e ro o ts and m ake
c le a rin g easy.
Y o u can s a v e w o r k , tim e and
m o n e y b y using
A O a iC U L T U R A l.
— made by a Pacific Coast company, with 50 years’
experience, to meet Pacific Coast agricultural conditions.
More than 2,000,000 pounds used every year by farmers
who have proved they reduce stump blasting costs.
There are two Giant Powders— Eureka Stumpjng
Powder, for use in dry work, and Giant Stumping
Powder, for wet work. Ask your dealer for them.
Test them alongside o f any other explosive. Write us
and we will have our nearest distributor supply you—
at lowest market prices— with a trial case that will
prove to you the economy o f using Giant Farm Powders.
Five Valuable Books Free
illustrated books to help
vv e C issue
IS handsome, IIIUJUSI«.«
— r » you
i --- to blast
caper and better— books on Stump Blasting, Boulder Blasting, Tree
Planting, Subsoil Blasting and Ditch Blasting.
A n y or all o f these
— written by western men for western farm ers— w ill be sent on
request. Choose the books that you prefer and write for them today.
THE GIANT POWDER CO., Con., oTSiV San Francisco
■■E v e ry th in g f o r B l o t t i n g "
BRANCH OFFICES i SesttU, S poiu a«. P o rtla a « Ssl* U k . Ci*r. Oomrm
Tacoma — Wheat — Bluestem, 98c;
fortyfold, 94c; club and red fife, 92c.
Washington's 1916 Apple Crop
Estimated at 16,000 Carloads
DR. K O R IN E K *8 ROW CONDITIONER
stimulate« the generative oraran* and is a pow
erful breeding: tonic, insures easy calving and
c'«anin 7 and prevents milk fever, inflamed
bajr and in fact any disease that may attack a
cow when in a weakened condition. Kow
^Conditioner w ill increase the flow o f milk 5
to 15 per cent without an increase in feeding-
Spokane, Waah----- Sixteen thousand
cars is the estimated apple crop in the
state o f Washington this year. This
ia 3000 cars in excess o f the yield o f
1915. The piach yield is placed at
1063 c a r « pears 1239 c a r« and plums
and prunes 395 cars.
R. G. Page, president o f the Arcadia
Valley Fruit Growers’ association, an
nounces that plans are being drawn for
a storage warehouse to be built near
Deer Park thia season. The building
w ill be 100x100 feet, of reinforced
Announcement is made by J. M. Bal
four that the Balfour-Greely Grain
company w ill establish a plant here to
■tore, clean and grade Montana wheat.
The first unit w ill cost 916,000. The
company’s plan ia to bring wheat to
the Spokane plant from all the rail
roads reaching into and through Mon
ta n « and to supply cleaned and graded
wheat to the mills o f the Inland Em
pire and to the Coast fo r export and to
the East. The Montana crop amount
ed to 40,000,000 bushels last year.
Parable of the Sugar Bowl.
I f there is just so much available
fe rtility in an acre o f soil and you use
part o f it in making a corn crop, part
in an oat crop, part in wheat, and an
other part in grass, and then begin the
rotation over again and keep selling
off the larger part o f it all the time,
you are like the housewife who has a
bucket o f sugar and dips out one day
with a teacup to make a cake; another
time fills the sugar bowl and another
' tim e dips out with a spoon to sweeten
lemonade or make cookies, without the
bucket being refilled. — Green’s Fruit
64,478 File fo r Land.
Spokane— The last week of the Col
ville land registration began here with
a rush, notaries in the two booths be
ing kept busy registering many land-
seekers from out of the city.
Dr. Kortaek’s Calf Sreer aad Cholera Rem
edy wi ! 1 insure your ealvea against calf scours,
white scours and calf cholera, and make them
clover bloat. Ask your dotier for I
JN EK’S REMEDIES, they are guaranteed, or writs to
K0R1NEK REMEDY CO., Kenton station, Portland, Oregon
Words Failed Her.
Kill All F lie s ! ThSL^7
Aiming High, But Surely.
The new night watchman at the col
lege had noticed some one using the
big telescope. Just then a star fell.
A t the six registration cities in
"Begorra." said the watchman, "that
! Eastern Washington, up to noon Mon
j day, 54,478 persons had paid the Fed fellow sure is a crack sh ot!”— Wind
eral government 26 cents each fo r the
privilege o f participating in a drawing
here July 27. Most o f the outsiders
j that have registered at both places are
from Montana and Oregon. Few came
from great distances.
Montana W ool High.
B illin g « Mont.— The largest clip o f
wool in Eastern Montana has been sold
to a Boston firm at the highest price
on record, 34( cants a pound being
reached in this transaction.
Herd, o f this city, has sold hi* clip, es
timated at between 240,000 and 250,-
000 pound« to Claude Ketchum, repre
senting a Boston house.
The Herd clip is particularly at
tractive because o f its long staple and
University Loaea Four Million.
N ew York.— Columbia
loaea a bequest of $4,000,000 under a
verdict by a Jury setting aside the will
o f the late Amos F. Eno. This amount
represented Enos residuary estate,
which hia relatives assert he willed to
the institution while of unsound mind.
S O r © ®ranu*?ie,l
E y e« inflamed by expo
The budding authoress had pur-,
sure to Saa, Desi and » la S
chased a typewriter, and one morning
_ _ quickly relieved by Ns
the agent called and asked:
E jeB eoed y. N oS n urting.
"H ow do you like your new type
ju|t £ ye Comfort. A *
Vour Druggist** 50c per Bottle. NarlM E j*
" I t ’s wonderful!” was the enthusias S*lv*mTubes25c. ForBeoksflbeCytfreeask
tic reply. “ I wonder how I ever done Druggists or Muriac Cjrc Remedy Ce.. C
my writing without it.”
"W ould you mind." asked the agent,
"givin g me a little testimonial to that
“ Certainly not.” she responded. “ I ’ll p?ar«d «nywherv.
r V KilUr ottr. .ts and kflls iQ
Ciao. Neme, eioon
do it gladly."
Seating herself at the machine, she
pounded out the following:
“ A fter Using thee Automatid Back-!
Daisy Fly Killer
actiom atype write, er for thre emonth
Iban d Over, I unhesittattingly pro
sontas, tee M u » * n , i
» i r - .s .T .
noun ce it tobe all ad more than the e
Manufactures claim! for iL Durlnb
the tlm e been in myy possessio n$i
three month it had more tha an paid
paid for itse*f in thsee saving off
“ Discipline,” said a government of
time e anD laborr?” — Everybody's ficial at a dinner in Washington, "na
val discipline must be maintained at
"Th ey tell a story to illustrate t h i«
For frostbites use Hanford's Bal
A naval officer said to a seaman:
“ 'W hat idiot told you to dump that
pile of dunnage there?’
“ ‘It was the captain, air,’ the sailor
“ Figures prove"— began the statis answered.
“ ‘Humph!’ said the officer. ‘Let it
“ W ait a minute." interrupted Sena remain there, then, and take 12 hour*
tor Sorghum. “ You tell me what ques In irons, my man. for calling the cap
tion you are discussing and which tain an idiot.’ ” — Washington Star.
side of it you are on and I'll tell you.
without the trouble of going through j
the calculation, just about what your 1 Pneumonia? Apply Hanford's Bal
figures are going to prove.”— Wash-1 sam. Rub it on and rub it in thorough
ly, until the skin is irritated. Adv.
"Pa. what’s the difference between
a patriot and a jingo?"
"A patriot, my son. is one whose
bosom swells with pride of his coun
try while in a Jingo the sw ell’ \g ap
pears in his head."— Boston Trans
If you Suffer from Backache, Lum
bago, Kidneys or Rheumatism,
Take Hot W ater and ‘<Anuric.,,
American men and women must
guard constantly against'kidney trou
ble. becauie we eat too much and all
our food is rich. Our blood ia filled
with uric acid which the kidneys
strive to filter out, they weaken from
overwork, become sluggish; the elim
inative tissues clog and the result la
kidney trouble, bladder weakness and
a general decline in health.
When your kidneys feel like lumps
o f lead, when your back hurts or the
urine Is cloudy, full of sediment, or
you are obliged to seek relief two or
three times during the night, when
you auffer with aick headache or dizay,
nervous spells, acid stomach, or you
have rheumatism when the weather
la bad, get from your druggist— "A N -
URIC.” Because of uric acid in over
abundance in the syatem, backache.
pains here and there, rheumatism,
gout, gravel, neuralgia and sciatica re
sult. It was Dr. Pierce who discovered
a new agent, called "Anurio" which
wilt throw out and eradicate this urio
acid from the system. Dr. Pierce be
lieves "Anurio” to he 97 tim e« more
potent than llthla, and consequently
you need no longer fear muscular or
articular rheumatism or gout, or many
other diseases which are dependent
on an accumulation of urio acid within
the body. Send Dr. Plerc«, Invalids'
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., 10c. for trial
package or $1.00 for fa ll treatment
Dr. Pierce's reputation U hack of
this medicine and you know that h i«
"Pleasant Pellets” for th « liver and
hie “ Favorite Prescription" for the lBe
of women have had a splendid reputa
tion for the past 60 y e a r«