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L A D IE S
Royal Shoe Co.
14H Fourth SS.
IN* I U l u l i
N n r Mori 1*01»
iumm I paying; eatra trill« have to I m > mat.
W h y wait two week« or a month for your
ntunoyT JltuvIuftHxl w ilt u m J y ou u cfu/tk
by t ft tu rn m utt t o r y o u r rreum.
TRY US AND SLE.
Hazelwood Co., Portland
S H IP
V m I, Pork, Href,
Poultry, Buttar, E ggt
and Farm Produca
tu tha Olii It aliatila Kvardln* linuaa with a
record of ift year« o f Huuar* I>«allriga. and
U -M .u i.tl of T O P M A R K E T PRICKS.
F. M. C R O N K H IT E
t M 7 Front t i f i l i
Portland. O raaoa
N E W S IT E M S a S S » “
Of General Interest
0T L a m en
A b o u t Oregon
Survey Includes Bend.
Band — Under the superviaion of
Thorn an G. Gerdlne, head o f the North-
weal division o f the United States
Geological survey, preliminary
rangement» are now being made to
make the ,>erinanent survey o f the
('lin e Falla quadrangle, which includea
Bond. The north lim it o f the map
will be in the vicinity o f Culver, and
the whole will cover an area of 850
square miles. So far ua (xmaible, pre
vious government surveys in connec
tion with local Irrigation project», and
national forests and other land mat
ters, w ill be utilized.
The maps are
o f great value to the sections covered,
as they show all natural features. In
cluding contours, and are made with
the utmost accuracy.
R u b It a . and
R u b It In.
T k aro n a M r
H A N F O R D ’S
Balsam of Myrrh
Tha only A u to m o b il« School on th « !*«•
eifl«’ ( ‘« M t inaintaíf >ng a Orna Tractor
Ito p l. l a in « Hull < aterpiltar. C, L Heat
Tracklayer and W I i m I T racto r«, both In tha
school and operating fluid.
41ft H a w th orn « Ava.
Oregon Hernia Institute
Rupture treated mechanically.
H i * tuât testimoníala. K« -
( «Il or w rite.
JO H N S O N A UM BARGFJt
411-412 Allah y H u ildin *. Portland . O ra y on
S p r a y -a -C o w
Keep* off flics or money back. $1
h gallon from your dealer, or order
by mail. PLUMMER DRUG CO.
Third and Madison, Portland, Or.
MOTORCYCLES »d BICYCLES
Bought, sold and repaired.
plies o f all kinds. Out o f town
trade u specialty. W rite us.
R. H. BLOCKER
27*i T a y lo r S tre e t
P ortlan d , O re g o n
HIDES, PE LTS, CASCARA BARK,
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
I«« tisi al you have Write lor pncti uri shipping tags
T he H. F. N orton C o . P«r1tiiri, Ore. Seattle. Wi
I* no mow nerf-ttry
than S m
a l l p o x , Army
experience has demonstrated
the almost ■ I ncftlDM cffi-
Cftry, and harmlcffiness, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
Le vaccinated N O W t<y y< nr physician, you and
your family. It la more vital than house Irunrance.
Aak your physician, druggist, or send for ''Hava
you had Typhoid?” telllog of T y p h o id Vaccina,
tesuUi from ua , and danger from Typhoid Carriers.
THE fltu r « I.A BORA TORY, BrRftCLEY, CAU
rsoouciae v a c u a » a siauas uaeia u. a. aov. uciaaa
I GOOD POSITION
There Is i Rood ;v.vtW i opportunity In
ti cant d pay when you are ready. Let us help
Check what you want lo be and mail
today. Catalog free.
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B U S IN E S S C O L L E G E
Portland. O ra.
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By buying direct from us at wholesale price«
and save tho plumhor’a profit«. W r it» ua to
day your need«. W e will give you our rock-
bottom “dlrcct-to-you” prices, f. o. b. rail or
boat. W e actually save you from 10 to 36 per
cent. All goods guaranteed.
Northwest headquarters for Tender W ater
Systems and Fuller A Johnson Engines.
S T A R K -D A V IS CO.
212 Third S ir ..«.
P. N. U.
Portland, O r ..o n
No, 3 6 . IS IS
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* T tipil thia paper.____________________
Made Since 1846.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
H Y u A C V ë Z , N . X.
If you are
in purity first
is what you
Astoiiei— F. W. Swanton, manager
o f the Astoria Flouring milla, an
nounced thia week that the capacity o f
the company’a mill ia to be increaaed
to 1200 barrela per day.
that the output o f the local plant w ill
be more than doubled in capacity when
the parity ratea go into effect at the
mouth o f the Columbia river.
machinery neceaaary wilt be ordered at
When the mill was constructed, pro
vision was made to inatall a new line
o f machinery without disturbing the
I operation o f the plant.
There are many
o th e r re a so n s
w h y — but try a
can and see for
C oos Grsin Yields Heavy.
Salem— Standing oata that reach to
the shoulders o f a man on horseback
and that yield more than 130 bushels
to the acre when threshed are not un
common in the Coos Bay country, ac-
j cording to J. A. Moomaw, a farm er of
that section, who viaited the state-
| house recently.
Barley has produced
80 bushels an acre, while a small
planting o f wheat showed better than
125 bushels to the acre.
maw's farm ia river bottom land with
a heavy deposit o f leaf mulch on the
T w o Get State Pensions.
Salem— The State Industrial Accident
Insurance commission has made pro
vision fo r beneficiaries under the com
pensation act. For Am brogio Tombs,
an employe o f the Pacific Lim e & Gyp
sum company, who sustained a broken
back June 10, 1915, when he fe ll off a
muck car, $7074.55 was held in trust.
I f he lives out his expectancy he w ill
receive $14,156. The widow and two
children o f G. W. Sanders, who died
lust month, are entitled to $13,413 if
Mrs. Sanders does not marry again and
the children attain the age o f 16.
Strains, Stiff Neck,
Chilblains, Lame Back,
Old Sores, Open Wounds,
and all External Injuries.
Willow Factory Thrives.
Orenco — Orenco has a thriving up
to date willow factory.
About a year
ago, upon aollcitation, Harry Jibe-
mann came to Orenco and started the
enterprise, and in one year's time has
proved it to be a successful venture.
He now has orders fo r baskets and
furniture calling for immediate and
future delivery and has been obliged to
reject many orders. The enterprise
has proved that on a few acrea of land
a living can be made by raising flrst-
clsss willows for a factory trade, and
working all second and third grade
willows Into rough wood and market
L IN IM B
F o r Cut«, B u m s,
Mill Capacity Doubles.
HAWTHORNE AUTO SCHOOL
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS,
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS!
Fruit and Melons Meet With
Good Demand at Tacoma
FARMS AND BUSINESS SOLD
Do you w ant to sell your farm, h o iw or business
for caahT W riaa to C A R T E R R E A L T Y C O ..
604 Buchanan B u ildin g. P o rtla n d . O re go n
When She'll Get It.
Boarding House Servant— The land
lady says she would like to have some
money when it is convenient.
llardup Boarder— Tell her not to
worry; that's when she'll get i t — An
Linn Plans Fine Display,
"She’s so ladylike.”
Albany— Linn county w ill have a
"Y es Indeed. Even her own broth
splendid exhibit at the State Fair this ers have never heard her swear."—
fall. This has been decided upon by Detroit Free Press.
the County court, and County Commis
sioner Irvine has been delegated to col
lect and prepare the exhibit. For sev
eral years preceding last year Linn
county did not exh ibit at the State
Fair. One was entered last year on a
small scale but thia year the acourt
has engaged more apace in the exhibit
pavilion and proposes to make a first-
Neighbor Packing Grows.
Hood R iver— The community pack
ing house system o f handling apple
crops continues to grow in the Hood
R iver valley, and no letta than a half
dozen such institutions w ill be in oper
ation this fall. The latest community
organization was form ed recently by
O. B. Nye, A. H. Berry, Medford Reed
and A. Canfield, who have secured a
centrally located building on the West
Side, where they w ill install a large
grading machine and handle their ap
ple crop co-operatively.
Portland— Wheat — Bluestem, $1.26
per bushel; fortyfold, $1.23; <’lul>,
$1.22; red fife, $1.23; red Russian,
M illfeed— Spot prices; Bran, $23.50
per ton; shorts, $25.60; roiled barley,
Corn— Whole, $42 per ton; cracked,
H ay— Producers’ prices: Timothy,
Eastern Oregon, $16.506(18 per ton;
alfalfa, $14.60; wheat hay, S12.606(
13.50; oat and vetch. $126(12.60.
Butter — Exchange prices: Cubes,
extras, 294c per pound bid. Jobbing
prices; Prints, extras, 306(34c; but
ter fat, No. 1, 31c; No. 2, 29c, Port
Eggs — Oregon ranch,
price, current receipts, 2646127c per
dozen. Jobbing prices: Oregon ranch,
candled, 28ft$30c; selects, 32c.
Poultry— Hens, 136(16c per pound;
broilers, 166(17c; turkeys, live, 186$
22c; ducks, 1 1 6 (1 4 4 c ; geese, 96(1 lc.
Veal— Fancy, 124c per pound.
Pork— Fancy, 126tl24c per pound.
Vegetables— Artichokes, 76c6$$l per
dozen; tomatoes, 366(76c per crate;
cabbage, $1.76 per hundred; garlic, 8c
per pound; peppers. 66(6c; eggplant,
76(10c; lettuce, 206(25c per dozen; cu
cumbers, 266i,35c per box; peas, 46(6c
per pound; beans, 86(4r; celery, 766(
85c per dozen; corn, 106$20c.
Potatoes— New, $16(1.26 per hun
dred; sweets, 346$4c.
Onions—California, $1.75 per sack;
W alla Walla, $1.75.
Green Fruits — Apples, new, 90c@
$1.76 per box; cantaloupes, 60c6($L60
per crate; peaches, 406(86c per box;
watermelons, 1 6 (lic per pound; figs,
$16(1.50 per box; plums, 75c6($1.25;
pears, $1.506(1.75; grapes, $1.366(2;
casabas, 14c per pound.
Sack Vegetables — Turnips, $1.26;
carrots, $1.25; beets, $1.256(1.50.
Hope— 1916 crpp, nominal; 1916 con
Wool — Eastern Oregon, fine, 23@
26c per pound; coarse, 30@32c; val
Casrara Bark— Old and new, 44c per
Cattle— Steers, prime light, $6.756$
| 6.90; prime heavy, $6.756(7.10; good,
$5.756(6.25; choice cows, $5.256(5.75;
medium to good, $4.506(5; heifers,
$3.506(6.75; bulls, $36(5; calves, $3.60
Hogs — Prim e light, $9.256(9.60;
prime strong weights, $9.40 6$ 9.50;
rough heavy packing, $8.65 @ 8 .7 5 ;
pigs and skips, $8.506(9.10.
Sheep — Spring lambs, $8 6$ 8.35;
common lambs, $5.50 @ 6 .0 0 ; choice
yearlings, $6 6 (0 .2 5 ; good yearlings,
$6.606(6.75; choice wethers, $66(6.60;
choice ewes, $56(5.25; common ewes,
Tacoma — Large consignments of
fru it and melons are arriving in Ta
coma this week from California and
Yakim a districts, and the demand is
almost as great as the supply. Peaches
and cantaloupes lead in popularity
among the fru it and melons, while
Yakim a tomatoes are the most popular
vegetables being received. The end of
the season for red raspberries and lo
ganberries is at hand, but small re
ceipts are still a daily occurrence.
Yakim a cantaloupes are fast replac
ing the California product, although
the latter are o f better quality. The
Yakima cantaloupes are small and are
a little green yet.
Elbertas are off
the market at prseent, the California
crop having gone and the Yakim a crop
being as yet unripe. A few Elbertas
may arrive the latter part o f the week.
1 here is a scarcity o f Slappy and Early
Crawford peaches on the market, but
plenty o f clingstone varieties. Pears,
plums and grades are meeting with a
good demand. Gravenstein eating ap
ples are hard to get and their scarcity
makes the price high.
plenty o f cooking apples.
Sweet potatoes are selling well.
Green corn continues scarce and high,
j Cucumbers are plentiful and cheap.
Butter holds its advance to 34 cents.
j E gg prices are steady.
Walla Walla Prune Harvest to
Yield $500,000 to Growers
Lydia E. Pinkliam Medi
W alla W alla— Prune harvest started
in W alla W alla this week, several hun
dred pickers being given work in the
many orchards. Harvest is about two
weeks later than uusual.
$500,000 w ill be brought into the val
ley this year. The price o f prunes is
the highest known here. Tw o weeks
ago $60 a ton was quoted. Then the
price advanced 10 per cent, and several
orchardists say they were offered bet
ter prices than these.
the Northwest frost wiped out nearly
all prunes. Those in the W alla Walla
valley were not damaged.
Harvest o f onions is well under way.
There w ill be 600 cars o f onions this
year, worth about $400 a car. On the
Blalock fru it farm 842 sacks were se
cured from one acre.
A t a cent a
pound the returns from this acre were
Women who aro well often ask "A r s
the letters which the Lydia E. Pinkharr
Medicine Co. are continually publishing,
g e n u i n e ? ” “ Are they tru thfu l?”
“ Why do women write such letters? ”
In answer we say that never hnv* we
published a fictitious letter or name.
Never, knowingly, have wo published
an untruthful letter, or one without the
full and written consent o f the woman
who wrote i t
Many Want N ew County.
Tho reason that thousands o f women
Bend— Unexpected success ia being
met with by the circulators o f the from all parts o f the country write su-h
county division petitions, according to grateful letters to the Lydia E. l ’ink-
reports brought in to Chairman J. S. ham Medicine Co. is that Lydia E. Pink-
Estes, o f the Iocs 1 corrimittee.
Many ham’s Vegetable Compound has brought
signatures are B rin g secured in the health and happiness into their lives,
Sistera-Terrebonne sections by volun once burdened with pain and suffering.
It has relieved women from some of
teer workers, -while locally the num
Potato C rop It About Average.
the worst forms o f female ills, from dis
ber o f signers increases every day.
Potato crop prospects in the United
placements, inflammation, ulceration,
The petitions w i) 1 be presented to the
irregularities, nervousness, weakness, States are summarized in the govern
county court at i ts September meeting.
stomach troubles and from the blues.
ment monthly crop report as follow s:
Peppermint Girowing is Success.
It is impossible fo r any woman who
The August 1 condition o f the potato
crop forecasts about an average pro
Salem— The pepperm int grow ing ex is w e l l a nd who
duction, taking the United States as a
periment made d uring the past year on has never suffered
whole. The forecast is 364,000,000
several Ankeny Bottom ranches prom to realize how these
poor, suffering wo
bushels, which is 5,000,000 less than
ise# to produce satisfactory results,
men fsel when re
the July 1 forecasat, but 5,000,000
according to R alph Wells, who is in
stored to h e a l t h ;
more than last year’s production and
terested in the venture. A company
their keen desire to
3,000,000 more than the average of
has been form ed and a still for ex
help other women
tracting the oil n ow awaits the first who are suffering as
the preceding five years. During July
crop. Someth in|- more than 50 acres
prospects improved moderately in the
have been p la n t« I.
North Atlantic and Pacific Coast states.
Extra I.tght Weight
In 12, 16 a n d
There’s no need o f carrying a heavy
W inchester Model 1912 shot
guns are made entirely of nickel steel,
and hence are the lightest and strongest
guns on the market. Be sure to see
one before buying. Sold by all dealers.
THE REPEATER PAR EXCELLENCE
S o re
Eye« iiifLmed by expo
sure to &SB, Dust and Xl«4
prickly relieved by Merino
je Reiaady. No Smarting,
nfort. A t
per Bottle. MariaeE;»
Salve inTubes 2Se. For Bsek si the Eyef reeatk
Druggist« or Martas Eye Bcac4yCa., Chicago
Government Surveys Summer Home-
sites Near North Yakima.
An association made up of seven
families, and comprising about thirty
people. Including J. A. Loudon and
others, of North Yakima. Washington,
has applied to the forest service for
the lease of a five-acre tract In the
Naches va! tey for a summer/ heasesite.
G. F. Allé /. supervisor of the Rainier
national forest, on which this tract is
located, has Just completed the neces
sary survey, and It is expected that,
»aide from unforeseen complications,
the association will goon be In abso
lute possession of the area.
These families, all of whom are resi
dents of North Yakima, have camped
together on thlB land for several sum
mers. They now plan to put up a
club house, lay out a tennis court, and
make other permanent improvements
on the tract, thus forming a colony
where they can spend their summers
away from the noise, heat, and dust
of the city, and yet have sufficient
company to prévint their vacation life
from becoming monotonous.
D O N ’ T SUF F ER FROM
R h e u m a ti s m
when you can easily find quick relief *
from this cruel disease in any stage.
Anti-Uric, made from Roots and Ber
ries, gradually soothes sway the pot-
son from the system, no matter now
severe or long standing the case may
be. Send $1.50 today for a treatment
prepaid to your address.
guaranteed or money refunded, or sent
C. O. D. by Parcel Post. W rite for
circulars and letters from those bena-
fitted. Don’ t put it off.
today. Address A N T I-U R IC CO., 102
Sherwood Building, San Francisco.
J im m y
Up to Date.
Jimmy, an office boy in a downtowm
office, approached hla boss one morn
ing last week.
" I f you please, sir."
“ W ell, Jimmy?”
" M y grandmother, sir."
"Aha, your grandmother; go on.
"M y grandmother and my mother
And your mother, too.
Both very 111, eh?”
"N o, sir. My grandmother and my
mother are goin’ to the baseball game
this afternoon and they want me to
stay home and mind my little kid
Jimmy got the afternoon off.— Phil
adelphia Public Lodger.
To keep clean an healthy take Dr.
Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. They regu-
lite liver, bowels and stomach.
Hand in Practice.
" I see old man Jiggin’s wife broke
"T h a t’s what »tie’s been doing ever
Planting Near Mount Hebo
since she married him.”— Baltimore
Shows Good Results.
More than 99 per cent of the trees
planted by the forest service this
(pring at Hebo, Tillam ook county. Ore-
W OM EN OF OREGON I
fon, on the Siuslaw national forest,
are still living, according to an in- Wooes Everywhere Endorse this -Favorite"
•pection report just received by J. F.
Kummel. Portland, Oregon, who has
Lenta, Oregon.— " I n my younger
charge of the forest service planting
u n d *y » 1 *a s greatly
operations in Oregon and Washington.
Mil ' troubled with gar
on my stomach;
Seven hundred acres were planted
it gave me lots of
in April and May with two-year-old
trouble. I began
Douglas fir seedlings, grown at the
nsing Dr. Pierce •
Wind River nursery near Carson.
m e d i c i n e s and
Washington. The trees were spaced
about 8’x8‘, making a few less than
relief that I can
700 trees to the acre. The total cost
of planting was $8.50 per acre. This
includes cost of growing the trees at
" I have raised
the nursery and getting them to the
a large family and
area, as well as the actual planting
am a great grand
mother and have always insisted thah
my danghters-in-law use Dr. Pierce’s
» C u re « W hile Y ou W alk.
Favorite Prescription when expecting
A lle n 's Koot-tlase 1« a certain cure for (lot,
«w e stin g , callus, an d sw o lle n , ach in g feet. Sold
to become a mother." — Mas. B. F.
by a ll D ru ggist». P ric e ZSc. Iton ’t accent any
S e e l e y , 5411 91th Street, S. E.
substitute. T r ia l
p a ck age
F K E 2 . Address
Thousands of women who are now
A lle n a O lm sted. L e (toy. N . Y .
blessed with robust health cannot
understand why thousands of other
"A r e you doing your best to make won*?n continne to worry and suffer
Crimson Gulch better and more beau from ailments peculiar to women when
they can obtain for a trifling sum Dr.
“ Of course we are,” replied Broncho Pierce’s Favorite Prescription, which
Bob. "W e 'v e armed the posse with a will sarely and quickly banish all pain,
fine collection of the latest weapons, distress and misery and restore tha
and before fall we expect to have a womanly functions to perfect health.
Young mothers who preserve the
new cemetery full o f choice statuary.”
charms of face and figure in spite of
— Washington Star.
an increasing family and the care of
growing children áre always to be
envied. Doctor Pierce’s Favorite Pre
Edward, aged 6. was sent to a bar scription gives the strength and healkW
ber's shop to get his hair cut. The upon which happy motherhood de
assistant who attended to him had red pends. It practically does away with
the pains of maternity. It enables tbs
“ Would you like to have your hair mother to nourish the infant life de
cut like mine?” asked the barber with pend1 g on her, and enjoy the hourly
a kind smile.
happiness of watching the develop
“ No, sir,” answered Edward. "Cut ment of a perfectly healthy child.
it some other color, please.”— An
I M P O R T A N T R P R C IA Y s O F F E R T O
W E P A Y MORE FOR
O LD AU TO TIRES
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Wrtte 1er pneas.
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660 Washington St..
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ton desiring a copy o f The People’s Common
Bense Medical Adviser before th e edition ta
exhausted should send this notice together!with
th re e * dimes (o r stam ps) to Dr. Pierce. Invalid^
Hotel. Buffalo. N . Y ., and a copy w ill b e teat
by return mail, all charges prepaid.
L IN K ’S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Fall Term Opens Tues., Sept. 5th
Save Money by Enrolling Now.
Write us today. It will pay you.
A. T. LINK, Principal.
Phone Main 5083
Tilford Bid's. Tenth and Morrison Sts^ Portland, Or.
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erful breeding tonic, insure« easy calving and
cleaning and prevents milk fever, inflamed
bag and in fact any disease that may attack a
cow when in a weakened condition.
(Conditioner will increase the flow of milk 6
to 15 per cent without an increase in feeding.
Dr. Kortnek's C alf Sconr and Cholera Rem
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white scours and calf cholera, and make them
Dr. Koriaek'a Anti Cow Bloat Capsules save hundreds o f cows yearly from dying o f a lfa lfa A
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