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NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS;
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS
A UT OMOB I L E
THE LAST WORD In auto perfection In power in per
formance In beauty in comfort in durability and
THIS WONDERFUL CAR has at last bean brought to tha Pa
cific Northwoet. No other car la Ilka It no other car can touch
It, with Ita famuua Wealinghouaa starling and lighting; ita true
cantilever springs and Its nig, roomy, rull-laathar upholatarad
‘B u ilt in F l i n t ”
YOU M A Y BE TH E AG E N T in your community.
proposition. Send for fine catalog.
NORTHWEST AUTO CO.,
Broadway at Couch, Portland, Oregon.
Plena« aand catalog and full
datalla o f Dort car without ob
ligation on my part to
M C S i| n name and atldreee, and mail today.
THE NEW PERKINS HOTEL
S p e c ia l S u m m e r R a t e »
Court R o u m , Single, 7 5 c; Double, $1 .
Outside Room, Singl«, $1; Double, $1.50
(Hath i»rtvll»K» Included)
R oom s with Private Beth, Single,
Keeps Tobacco In best smoking condition.
Pits $u>y tobacco tin or cigar bua. gn$ok»r*
buy on sight. HsUs evsrywhere
¡Í7tid 10 cents fur sarnuls TO B A C -O -M O IST
DEPT., 61o Dekum lildg.. Portland. Oregon.
$1.50; Double, $2 00.
(When you Register Ask the Clerk for
Auto-Ilea Meets Train*.
A ll Cent from Union D*i>ot 1'esa Our floors.
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Cor. Waablncton 4 r tflh Bt».. POR TLAN D ORE
n t f in
v “ *- Porfc' B«ef*
Poultry. Butter, E g g .
tO'the Old Reliable Kvsrdmg house with a
record of 46 years o f Huuar« Dealings, aud
be aseured of T O P M A K K tlT PRICES.
F. M . C R O N K H 1 T E
45-47 Front Street
D o Y o u r O w n P lu m b in g
J o h n s to n &
By buying direct from us *t who*---sis prices
end seve the plumber's profits. •• r ii» us to
day your needs. W# will give you our rock-
bottom *dircct-to-you" prices, f o. b. reti or
boat. W# actually save you from 10 to 36 per
sent. A ll goods guaranteed.
Northwest hra>l(j(tartem for lea der Water
Systems and Kullsr A Johnson Enginea.
S T A R K -D A V I S C O .
212 Third Street.
U in b a rg e r
S P E C IA L IS T S
411-412 A lu k, Building. Coti Und. O r .* o a
S K IFF
M lli.F R .
U t i l i 1 1 J 1 U y
Take pleasure In announcing that they are k>-
estoat at 46A-46V Morgan bldg., (4th floor). Wash-
lngtiiu at Untwlway, Portland. Ore., where they
will bn pleased to meet their friend* and patients.
These offices will l«e condurted on s policy o f serv-
loe st nHslerale uric«» to the beet of our ability
We always stand tiohlnd our work, as ws know
that a satisfied patient Is and shall always ba the
Dr. EW T. Hedlu id.
Dr. Seymour S. Skid.
Dr, J. Howard Miller,
Telephone. Marshall 90.
v u l c a n iz in o
C o m p a n y
(The Tire Shop) has nr■»veci Into larger
quarters in the heart o f the automo
bile district. Burnside at Broadway.
Uj.l and 33b Burnside »1., Portland. Or.
HIDES, P E L T S , C A SC A R A BA RK ,
W OO L AND M O H A IR .
Nl want all rw M»a Writ* lar priai ad stoppini I « »
THI H. F. KORTON CO. Nflland. Or».. Hall». Wi
FARMS AND BUSINESS SOLD
Do you w .n t t » .*• It your r.rm. botti, or hti.lne*.
for ciotti' Wrtto to I A K T K R R E A L T Y CO..
604 B uch.t i.n Mut.din ., LortUnd. O r .,o n
Mora Than 8700 W ill Ba Olatrlbutad at
Saattla Land Show for Baat Coun
ty or Community ExhlblL
Portland— W h ea t- Bluestem, 81.82
per buahcl; fortyfold, 81.28; club,
The beat county or community dle-
81.26; red fife, 81.27; red Russian, play at the land show In Beattie from
October 4 to 14 will receive a caab
Flour— Patenta, 86.60; atraighta, 86 prize o f 1400 and a handsome trophy
<06.40; exports, 86; valley, 86.20; banner. Tha second prise la for $200
S B * th« third prize $100.
whole wheat, 86.80; graham, 86.60.
Already there la lntereat over Wash
M lllfeed — Spot prices: Bran, 828
ington, Oregon and Idaho In this con
per ton; ahorta, 826; rolled barley, test and a large number of Washing
ton communities will try for the
Corn— Whole, 842 per ton; cracked, prises.
Oregon counties and com-i
munltles will also be well represented,
Hay — Producers’ price«: Timothy, tha dlaplaya coming from the state
Eastern Oregon, 816.60(018 per ton; talr at Salem.
The contest has been thrown open
timothy, valley, 816(0 16; alfalfa,
814.60(0 16.60; wheat hay, 818.60® to any commercial club, grange, farm
era’ association, Improvement club or
14.60; oat and vetch, 818 <0 18.60;
other county or community organise
cheat, 812; clover, 812.
tlon In the Northwest.
Butter — Cubes,
extras, 29c per
The management of the Northwest
pound. Jobbing prices:
Prints, ex Land Products exposition has aet
tras, 32$®34c; butterfat, No. 1, 81c; aside $226 In gold for the best lndl
vldual farm exhibit. The first prize
No. 2, 29c, Portland.
Eggs - Oregon ranch, current re calls for $160 and the second prize
ceipts, 80c per dozen; Oregon ranch, $76.
Indications are that the first land
candled, 32c; selects, 84<086c.
show ever staged In Seattle will be
Poultry — Hens, 14(016c per pound; the greatest agricultural exhibit since
broilers, 17c; turkey«, live, 23(024c; the exposition of 1909.
ducks, 12(016c; gees«, 10(01 lc.
Northern railway has taken space for
Veal— Fancy, 128®13$c per pound. an agricultural display and the Mil
waukee will make a similar exhibit
Pork— Fancy, 12$c per pound.
Vegetables— Artichokes, 76c<081 per and In addition will bring the Mon
dozen; tomatoes, 3(R04Oc per crate; tana state exhibit to the show.
The Alaska display will be the
cabbage, 81.36 per hundred; peppers,
greatest ever made and the entire ex
4(06c (ter pound; eggplant, 6 ( 0 6c; let
hibit of grains, grasses and vegetables
tuce, 20(026c per dozen; cucumbers, from the annual fall fair at Fairbanks
26(06Oc per box; celery, 6O(076c per will be shipped to Seattle the latter
dozen; corn, lO<026c.
part of this month.
The land show at Seattle will cover
Potatoes— New, 90c® l per hundred;
more than 70,000 square feet In the
sweets, 2|(03c per pound.
Onions— Oregon buying price, 81.36 heart of the business d istrict the city
authorities giving permission to tent
over Fifth Avenue adjoining the
Green Fruits — Apples, new, 76c(0
Arena, the city’s largest assembly hall.
81.40 per box; cantaloupes, 60cf<?.$1.36
per crate; peaches, 4O(066c per box;
I t no mor« nscfinry
watermelons, lc per pound; pluma, 76c
than S m a l l p o x , kxmj
6 t 81 per box;
pears, 76c (0 81.60;
lb. elmart vixeculoue «ffl-
grapes, 9Oc<081-3&; caaabas, l f c per
CBC 7 , eed kanel«eeM ee,cf Antityphoid V« c e l a v i « .
s . v e c c ia .:«! NOW br Tool phjiRleo, ra t u 4
Hope — 1916 crop, nominal; 1916 f o u l fatally. It Ij n o r . Tttal H u b b o u . lacunae*.
Aa. your pByr'.ciaa. ¿runlet, or .coil (or K e n
contracts, 8(09c per pound; fuggles,
f o t bea Typhoid?" L illa * of T y p h o id Vecclnt,
(ran u , lad du-*er frota Typhoid Cattura.
TW CUT TM LASOeATOrV, BTMELTY. CAL
Wool— Eastern Oregon, fine, 23<026c tM M tJ i. racer.aa a a t..a . u n i a a. « * ucaaa*
per pound; coarse, 3O<032c; valley,
Cattle — Steers, prime, 86.50(0 7;
Eye» inflamed by expo
sure to San, Dust and Wind
good, 86(06.50; common to fair, 85(0
uic'xly relieved by Marios
6.60; cows, choice, 86(06.60; medium
ye Kenedy. No Smarting,
to good, 84.60(06; ordinary to fair, 84
ju it L
y e Comfort. A t
(u4.60; heifers, 84(06.76; bulla, 83(0
50c per Bottle. Marine Eya
4.25; calves, 83(06.
Hogs— Prime, 89.60(09.80; good to D ruggito or Mortee Eye Baaedy C e.,Chicago
8 9 .6 0 ® 9.66; rough
heavy, 88-75(09.25; pigs and ikipa,
Sheep— Lambs, $5.50 @ 8.60; year
ling wethers, $6.60(06; ewes, 83.60®
SIXTH A ND EVE RE TT STS.
Four Block, from Union Station. Under new
N e w H o u s to n H o te l
BUSINESS COLLEGE. Walla Walla Growers Sell
WASHINGTON V TENTH STS
DRS. H E D L U N D , n r i l T I p T C
PORTLAND. O RE-
will nut money in their pocketa
by ampping their cream to ua.
W e pay prompt, give full
weight ami correct teats.
heavy demand for Hazelwood
Butter meant we must have
more high grade cream. Skip
where quality count..
Sister Nancy was going the round
of the ward In the big hospital for
wounded soldiers, examining the med
ical charts over each bedfand taking
Reaching tho aide of one hero. In
whose mouth she had left the ther
mometer a minute before, she was
horrified to find, on withdrawing It,
that it regiaterod 120, although only
an hour ago the patient was normal.
Swiftly she summoned the house doc
tor, but he, on arriving, was seriously
perplexed, as there was nothing In
the patient's condition to account for
the sudden rise.
"Look here." he said to tho soldier,
“ have you dropped this thermometer
or been fooling about with It?”
"No, sir. Only been stirring me tea
with I t ! ”— London Answers.
management. A ll room, newly decorated.
SPECIAL R ATE S BY W EEK OR MONTH
Rate* 50c. 75c. *1. *1.50 Per Day.
Wheat in Shaky Market
W alla W alla— In the past few days
farmers have sold about 100,000 bush
els o f wheat at about $1.20 for club
and $1.28 fo r Turkey red. The actions
o f the grain market have alarmed
some.of the growers, who sold at 10
cents less than they could have ob
tained a few days ago.
A lex W ray and J. E. Berryman sold
22,000 bushels o f choice bluestem st
top prices, and G. Schwenk sold 7000
bushels. There were numerous small
W inter bluestem, sown in the light
land section 12 miles north o f Touchet,
yielded 26 bushels to the acre, while
Turkey red, sown under the same con
ditions, yielded but 22, according to
reporta made to County Agriculturist
O. V. Patton, who has been experi
menting with different grains.
Henry Vincent, one o f the big Eure
ka flat ranchers, has just completed
the harvest o f 116,000 bushels of
Apples Sell for $2.10 a Box.
Wenatchee — The Rock Island unit
that employed G. M. H. W agner &
Sons as sellinn agent has received re
turns on the first two cars o f winter
bananas Bhippod. The cars were sold
“ I suppose you have to go to a great
on the Chicago market and netted the
deal of expense to get thrllla?”
unit $2.10 fo r extra fancy. $1.50 for
"N ot always," said the movie pro
fancy and *1.120 fo r C grade on one car
ducer. "N ot If you study your audl
and $2 fo r >;xtra fancy and $1.60 for
fancy on the second car. The second
"F or Instance?"
"W ell, If the heroine geta grease on
car was shipp ad one month ago. The
a pair of white gloves the women spec
Rock Island district, almost without
NEW MOO MEN DANCING.
tators will becomn Just ns excited as
ships the first
they would over the blowing up of a |
pert end In, true tor In N ew York City, write*: "1 straight car o f winter bananas every
bridge."— Louisville Courier Journal.
neve u e d A L L E N 'S FOOT-EASE. th . snticcptlc year and usually receives top prices.
powder to ba «haken Into tha .hoee, for tan y w ir .
Rochester, the market
anti recommend It to all my p u p ila " It curca ana Direct from
prev.nta wir« feet- Bold by all Drug and Depart center o f New York apple district, F.
ment S t o ic , tbc. Sample FREE, dibit— a lid i
E. Thorn, representative o f Kimball
8. Olmatad. La Roy, N . Y.
Brothers o f N ew York, brings the
Oregon's oldest, best equipped and most
practical school. Expert instructions in
news that the apple crop of the Empire
repairing, driving and adjusting. Practi
Rones, a hostler, failed to turn up state is o f poor quality and w ill have a
cal work in the repair shop. You do the
work with your own hands. Day and night
at tho livery yard one morning.
large percent age o f culls.
"W here's Rones?" the boss asked.
presents the opposite situation.
446 Hawthorns Ate.
" Ills father's dead, air,” explained has the large st and best quality crop
one other hostler.
in its history.
The orchards in the
"O h !"
The next day again Bonea failed to Shenandoah va lley and Cumberland
turn up. And the next day still he valley are loaded with fine fruit.
"Bones not about?" said the boss.
Klamath Wants Grazing Toll.
Keeps off flies or money back. $1
"H la father,” said the other hostler,
Klamath Kails, Or. — A movement
"as 1 told you before, sir----- ”
a gallon from your dealer, or order
"W ell, look here,” said the boas, to secure fo r Klam ath county the taxes
by mail. P L U M M E R DRUG C O .
slip on your coat and run round said to be due it fo r the grazing of
Third and Madison, Portland, Or.
to Bonea' house and find out If he transient livestock within its bounda
Intends to stay away all the time hla ries has been started here by the
father Is dead."— Chicago Journal.
Klamath Commercial club. The club
is com piling data
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce Invalida’ Ho amount o f such stock grazed in K la
tel, Buffalo, for large trial package of
“ Anurie” for kidneys, cures backache. math county during the season of
The state law provides that
owners o f livestock grazed in coun
Fearing the Worst.
ties in which the ownnrs o f the stock
"Do yon want your wife to vote?"
"Certainly.” replied Mr. Qrowcher. do not reside are liab le for a tax on
"A ll I hope Is that she won't get up a this stock.
series of campaign processions and
make each of ’em as expensive as an
W estern W ashington Hops Sold.
Faster parade."— Washington Star.
W rite about your wanta In thia line to
Several hundred bales o f new W est
ern Washington hope were sold this
week. The tw o M iller crops, aggre
"Vacation la a great thing."
183 Madiaon St.,
"Don't have to watch the clock then, gating 400 bales, w ere sold at 9 cents,
and Car! Kohler sold 100 bales at 8
"Don't even have to watch the cal cents. The Gus Olda crop o f 90 bales
No. SB, IBIS
P. N . U.
endar.”— Louisville Courier-Journal.
waa also sold.
HAWTHORNE AUTO SCHOOL
CASH PRIZES OFFERED
FOR BEST D ISPLA YS
P R IN T E R S A N D P U B LIS H E R S .
A T T E N T IO N !
PERFECT PRINTING PLATES
Furnished on abort notice.
W rite for
Seal* o f Price.
Portland Electrotype &
Stereotype Co.. Front I Stark. Portland. Or.
Across the Continent In Five Days—
W / 2 Hours.
W. L. DOUGLAS
"T H E SHOE THAT HOLDS IT * SHAPE ”
$ 3 .0 0
$ 3 .5 0
$ 4 .0 0
$ 4 .5 0
$ 5 .0 0
S a w « M o n e y b y W e a r in g W . L D o u g la s
F o r sale b y o v e r 9 0 0 0 sh o e dealers.
T h e B e st K n o w n S h o e s in the W o rld .
■ »tamped on the bot-
.L . Douglaa name
1 » guaranteed and
too of all .hoe. .
inferior ehoae. The
the wearer protected again«
mors in Son
retail price, v e the
F ra n o *» than they
price paid for them,
n p h * quality of W . L Dougta. product i* guaranteed by more
-I than 40 yean experience in making fin* ehoem. The unart
th* Feehioa Centra of
in a well-equipped factory at Brockton, Mas«.,
under the direction and
by the higheM pud, .killed
, all working with an honor
determination to moke the bert shoes for the price that
A sk y o s r a b oe d e a le r (n r W . L D o u g la s shoe*, I
not su pply yon w ith th a k in d y e a w an t, ta k a
ike. W r it e fo r In te re s tin g b o o k le t e a p la in ln i
1 sh o o , o f t h * h ig h e s t sta n d a rd o f q u a lity f o r th a
1 retu rn i ■II. postage fres.
LOOK FOR W . L Douglas
tbs retail pries
ta tha bottom.
“L eader ” and “ R epeater 99
S hot S hells
For the high flyers, or the low flyers, “ Leader” and
“ Repeater’ shells have the reach, spread and penetra
tion. Their great sale is due to these qualities, which
insure a full bag.
Made in many gauges and loads.
BE SURE TO ASK FOR TH E W BRAND
Soma One Ought to Tall Her.
Dear little W illie waa only recently
married, and for the past fortnight he
had been wearing that fatuous smile
which a man wears on only two occa
sions— when he is first married and
when the first baby arrives.
smile, which suggests a codfish in
paradise. Is extremely annoying to the
onlooker. Therefore, W illie's friends
were relieved to see him appear one
morning looking very glum.
"Hallo, W illie! What's the matter?"
they cried In chorus.
“ Oh, don’t chaff, boys— don’t chaff!
Marriage Isn't what I thought It was!
My w ife can’t sin g!”
“ Can’t sing? Why, you ought to be
thankful for th a t!”
"Yea. I dare say. And I might be— :
only, you see, she doesn't know I t ! " —
H A N F O R D 'S
____ A L I M I M I N T
For Cuts, Burns,
His Honor in Error.
Mose Ham was arrested for “ loud i Bruises, Sprains,
and uproarious language" and "dis Strains, Stiff Neck,
turbing the peace.” Judge Briles read Chilblains, Lame Back,
the document in the case and th en '
turned to the black-as-ebony prisoner. Old Sores, Open Wounds,
"M ose Ham," said he, “ you are and all External injuries.
charged with shouting, groaning, cry
ing loud In the night, lamentations. Made Since 1846.
Impure language, cursing, swearing,
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
breaking the peace and general noisy
conduct not befitting a citizen. What
have you to say?"
"Des dls, Jedge. dey ain't no spec’ er
dat de truf; all I had wuz er slight
visitation ob religion.
E f I talked
D O N ’ T S U F F E R FROM
loud, Jedge, hit wuz becauz I ’m further
away from th’ Lawd dan mos' folks.”
— Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Fred W . Vogler, president of The
Northwest Auto Co., of Portland—
premier speed boat enthusiast of the
and general good fellow, has been pre
vailed upon to bring a duplicate of the
famous Marmon 84, that crossed the
country In less than six days, to Pen-
dleton during the Round-Up week—
so that some of our real riders may
have a chance to see this wonderful
When the railroad situation looked
as If It might tie up every road in the
country. Mr. Vogler said:
when you can easily find quick reliaf
"W e can move troops fast enough
What a Tourist Heard.
from this cruel disease in any stag*.
with the Marmon 34 to stop anything
A tourist In Ireland came upon a j Anti-Uric, made from Roots and Ber
—and one man proved It beyond a
couple of men "in holts" rolling on the ries, gradually soothes away the poi
S. B. Stevens arrived at San Fran- road. The man on top was pummel- son from the system, no m atter now
claco Just 6 days, 18V4 hours after the ing the other within an inch of his severe or long standing the case may
car had left Columbus Circle, New life. The traveler looked on for a mo be. Send $1.50 today for a treatment
ment In silence and then Intervened.
prepaid to your address.
York City. 3476 miles away.
" I say, it’s an Infernal shame to guaranteed or money refunded, or sent
This completed the most remark
C. O. D. by Parcel Post. W rite for
able and fastest Journey ever made strike a man when he's down.”
“ Faith, If yez knew all the trouble circulars and letters from those bene-
across the United States In a motor
car— the average rate of speed being I had gettin’ him down yez wouldn’t fitted. Don’t put it off.
almost equal to the schedule of the be talkin’ like that,” came the lnter- today. Address A N T I-U R IC CO., 102
Sherwood Building, San Francisco.
fast transcontinental railroad trains. ! mittent reply.—Judge.
be famous for
your cooking, or
just a “ beginner”
In E it h e r C a se
KC B aking P owder
will help you.
I ts goodness