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HIDES, P ELT S , CA8CARA BARK,
W OOL AND M OHAIR.
•e n »i ii jn t m Knit Mr pncu mi i i w m ti|i
TMI H. F. NORTIN CO.
On. irittn, »■
A n O re g o n W o m a n T e s tifie s.
FARMS AND BUSINESS SOLD
Do you wanl U* »«II your firm, bt>m* or
mm I i T
W rit* to C A R I’M M A L T Y CO.,
•04 Ituchanan Huililiai, I'urlUml, O r «| M
iwmvim I to 534 to 117 llurnalit* Ht., I'ort-
l«n<! .Or*» l.inrw ii Ttr* K«i>alr I'Uuit
io Ih» North w«#t
m t v I m i
• p o c m lty . U m I ' a t m I P o r t
W om en!
I .cnt.. Oregon.—"W hen I was going
through tlio critical time of miitol* Ilf.-,
I took M-vrrnl bottles of I»r. Piero*'»
Favorite 1’re.cription ami ft helped in«
I cannot any enough in
favor of this ni'xlidnc. Iluvu alio uxxl
tim ‘ Uoniim Medical Disoovvry ' in my
home for many yearn for many different
alluiunu.” — Allot. K l i . a H akoi . u .
Lenta, O regon.
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS:
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS
PO R TLA N D M AR K E TS
Wheat - Hluesti'in, 91 36; fortyfold.
$1.30; club. «1.2»; red fife. 9130; red
Date— No. 1 White, food, 92».
Harley No. 1 feed, «33.
Flour — Patents. 9« HO; straights,
*6.20446 60; exports, «6.20; valley,
96.40; whole wheat. 97: graham. 94.80.
Mlllfeed--Spot prices: Hrau. 923 per
ton; shorts, «25 per ton; rolled barley,
936 6 0 «8 « 60.
Corn— Whole, 942 per ton; cracked,
A t the flret lyiimlntn* of any de
rangement of the li’iiiiniii« orgunimn
at any period of life, tlm one aafe, 94«.
Hay— Producers' prices;
really helpful remedy ia Or. l ’ierce'a
eastern Oregon, 916.604418 per ton;
Ten* of thousands of women have timothy, valley, 916 44 16; alfalfa.
N*w law glv** t M U> wh#n tnarrUd prior to
taken It with unfailing success for 914.604416.50; wheat hay. 913.6044
J uvmi 97. IWÜA
It- iiturri»! wWiow# ■Main •
14 60; oat and vetch, 9134413.60; cheat,
diseases of a womanly nature.
widow al*> broc-flUNl W rit* for liUnlm A#k
•Unit f otifi'd« r«t* w r»lr «, Hyrm«ton A Wli-
I>r. 1‘ lerce'a Favorite Prescription I* 912; clover, 910.
liulter- -Cubes, extras, 31c. Jobbing
MHI. Washington. 0. C. felaUiblUÎiad IMS.
a true friend to women iu time* of
trial and at time* of pain when Urn prices: Prints, extras. 33 44 36c; butter-
organ* aro not performing their func fat, No. 1, 32c; No. 2, 30c, Portland.
A l.ood Vialia Ii IH«dr S#
Kggs—Oregon ranch, current re
For headache, hacknchc, hot
It D or« Not Grow So. tion«.
ceipts, 364487c per dozen; Oregon
THrrt* U only on« way Ui got a flaahci, catarrhal condition, hearing-
tg*«i Violin Without Orval K m * down
sensation, mental depreaaion, ranch, candled, 40c.
(iltur, which U: Hand In your dizziness, fainting «pella, los.itude anil
Poultry- liens. 144416c; springs, 16
Old liad On* and hava it niiul»
4417c per pound; turkeys, live, 2044
lot Ur an Old <U>od On*. K*tl- exhaustion, women «liould never fail
•iratrl tfivvn fr#«• All work
to take tlii* tried and true medicine.
au*ian«*’od Hand to
Veal— Fancy, 12 44 l2V4c per pound.
I ’ropnred from nature'« root* and
m i: c o m i f r c o .f
P o rk —Fancy, I2 % @ l3 c per pound.
227V* WiARji ii k.
I*«uJ, On herb«, it coutaiu« no alcohol or nar
Vegetables— Artichokes, 75c44«l per
cotic, nor auy harmful ingredient.
Sold in either tablet or liquid form. doxen; tomatoes, 504460c per crate;
ige, 91.35 per hundred; peppers,
| If your dealer doe* not keep tin- sugar-
j coated tablet«, «end fifty cents ( in 4446c per pound; eggplant, 5446c per
j «tam p«) for xinall box, or 11.00 in pound; lettuce. 204425c per dozen;
cucumbers, 254450c per box: celery,
for a la
Write I loctor Fierce, Invalid«’ Hotel, 604475c per dozen; corn, 104420c per
j Buffalo, N. Y., to-day. l.'ifi page book dozen.
Potatoes— Oregon buying price. 90c
| on wuiuau'i diaeaxca «cut frte.
4491 per hundred, country points;
sweets, 2442V&C per pound.
Dr. rierce'« Pleaaant I'elleta are tiie
Onions—Oregon buying price, 91.60
original little Liver Pill*. The«e tiny, per sack, country points.
(ugur-coated, unli-bilioua grai.ulea—the
Oreen Fruits— Apples, new. 60c44
iniallett and the cu.le.t lo taku. On* 91.60 per box; cantaloupes. 60c 4491 Z6
little Pellet tur r. laxative—three (or per crate; peaches. 40 44 66c per box;
wuti-rmelons, lc per pound; pears. 76c
4491.60; grapes, 7&C4491.40; casabas,
194c; Turkish melons, 3c per pound.
Cuttle Steers, prime, «6.60447.10;
The change of attitude on the part steers, good, « 6416.6 0 ; steers, common
of the public toward the liquor trad« to fair, 96 445.50; cows, choice, «54?
la seen even In the brewers' advertise 5.60; cows, medium to good. 94444.60;
menta. At present In some New York cows, ordinary to fair. 94 444.50; heif
I street cars appears an advertisement ers. 9 4 446.75; bulls. 93444.25; calves,
| of a certain brand of beer which will
b* sent “ Incognito to your home In a
Hogs— Prime, 39.504410; good to
new plain case."
lteer drinking la prime mixed, 99.50449.65; rough heavy,
1 losing Its respectability, even the
3* 75449.26; pigs and skips, «8.2544
brewers themselves being Judges.— 8.75.
! ho t'hrlstlan Guardian.
Sheep— Lambs. 35.5044876; yearling
wethers. 95.76447.25; old wethers, «5.50
I 4(7.25; ewes, $3.5005.50.
Hops— 1916 crop, 104412c per pound.
Hides— Salted hides, 25 pounds and
up. 17c; salted hides, 60 pounds and
| up. 12c; salted kip, 15 pounds to 25
pounds, 17c; salted calf, up to 15
i pounds, 23c; green hides, 50 pounds
and up. 15c; green stags. 60 pounds
W o m a n M a d e W e ll b y L ydia I and up. 11c: green kip, 15 pounds. 17c;
dry flint hides. 28c; dry flint calf, up
E . Pink ham ’s V e g e ta b le
to 7 pounds. 30c; dry salt hides, 24c.
Wool— Kastern Oregon, fine, 23@
26c; coarse, 304432c; valley, 304432c.
Casrara Bark— Old and new, 5c per
Columbua.Obio. — " I had almost given
A draper It bemoaning the loaa of a op. 1 had been tick fer six years with pound.
cuatomer. A lady wa* in the «hop on
Pelts— Dry long wooled pelts. 21c;
female trouble* and
Saturday and bought aomo good*.
dry short wooled pelts, 17c; dry shear
"H ow much 1« it?”
lings. 104425c each; salted lamb pelts,
a pain in my right 75c4491.25; salted sbort-wooled pelts,
"T w o ahllltngx."
"Dear me! Olio and nlnepenco 1« all
eat anything with
I have with me. Cannot you let me
Tallow — No. 1, 6V4c; No. 2, 5Ho;
hav* It for that?"
out h u r t i n g my grease, 4c.
"Keally, I could not." aatd the dra
per, "but you can pay the next time
not drink cold water
Sugar Recovers From Drop.
you are In."
at all nor eat any
Sugar advanced 15 cents again yes
"Oh, but euppoie I ahould die?"
kind o f raw fruit,
terday, making a total Increase of 65
laughingly Inquired the lady.
nor fresh meat nor cents within the past 30 days. This
“ It would be a «m all Ions." rejoined
nearly wipes out the sensational drop
the draper, but he »aw from behind
pounds I went to of 75 cents made about two months
the Injured look the customer wore as
she crept out of the door that he had 118 and would get so weak at times that ago. and all signs point to a continued
made a mistake somewhere, though It I fell over. I began to take Lydia E. advance to higher prices than early
did not dawn upou him until too late. Pinkham’a Vegetable Compound, and this summer, when all records were
— London TltTUt*.
t-n day« later I could eat and it did not broken. Granulated cane sugar Is now
hurt my stomach. I have taken the «7.75 a sack.
Potatoes are advancing In price. The
medicine ever since and I feel like a
middle western crop this year Is said
A minister was questioning his Sun
to be from 40 to 60 per cent short and
day school concerning the story of
so you can see what it has done for me already the Yakima crop Is being
Rutychus, the young man who. listen
drawn upon for eastern shipments.
Ing to the preaching <" the Apostlr
Paul, fell asleep, and. falling out of a your medicine has saved my life .” — The local crop Is not all dug yet, but
window, was taken up dcud.
Mr*. J. S. B a r l o w , 1624 South 4th S t , Is said to be normal. The price now
"W hat,” ho asked, "do wo learn Columbus, Ohio.
ranges around 321 a ton for locals
from this solemn event?"
Lydia F,. Pinkhnm’ s Vegetable Com and «25 for Yaklmas.
The reply from a little girl came:
Frosty nights have caused some of
pound contains just the virtues o f roots
"Please, sir. ministers should learn and herbs needed to restore health and the fresh local field products to be
not to preach too long sermons.” —
Tomatoes are being
strength to the weakened organs o f the
picked green by growers who want to
That is why Mrs. Harlow, a save what they can before a killing
chronic invalid,recovered eo completely. frost destroys the remainder o f the
It pays for women suffering from any crop. Blackberries in the valley were
female ailments to insist upon having said to be badly damaged by Monday
Lydia E. Pinkhum’s Vegetable Com night's frost, but the local demand Is
light and prices failed to advance.
Tokay grapes are still jobbing at
Coart Room, Single, 75c; Double, $1.
31.35 n crate but an advance Is ex
Outside Room, Single, $1; Double, $1.50
pected soon. Elberta and Crawford
Uncle lllram from Podunk was ta peaches are still running strong at
(Flftth priviirg* inrludod)
Room« with Private Bath, Single,
60 cents a box. Peaches are rapidly
hashery for lunch.
nearing the end of their season. Can
$1.50; Double. $2.00.
"I guess I'll have some coffee and
taloupes are getting scarce. Apples
FREE A U T O GARAG E
are arriving in large quantities.
"Did you say sinkers?” asked the
Auto-Hna Meet« Trains.
All Cam fmm Union Depot Pass Our Doors.
Steel Company Buys Site.
"1 sure did, uncle.”
"W Vll," said Uncle Hiram, as his
Portland— Fifteen acres of land sit
N E W P E R K IN S H O T E L
eye fell on a spaghetti eator, “ I reckon uated north of the plant of the Shell
Ctor. Washington A Fifth Su.. PORTLAND. OKF. I ’ll have a mess of flshln' lines like
OH company at W lllhrldge have been
that there feller Is eatln’ out of a purchased as the site for the new
bowl.”— Boston Transcript.
Portland plant of the Pacific Coast
Steel company and an allied Industry,
according to A. C. Callan. whose orig
inal announcement at a recent pros
perity dinner that these two industries
891 Everett St.. Near Ninth, Portland. Or#.
were coming to Portland was made In
Portable Electric and Oxy-Acetylene Plant.
Approximately 10 acres o f the pur
Ready at all Tims#.
chased tract will be utilized for the
O ty-A co lylo n o W eld in « and Cutting. W sldin«
plant of the steel company, construc
hr Tharmit. Electricity, O iy-Acotylono.
tion of which will probably be com
menced within the next year. Until
W s ld in « of Shaat Steel, Cast Iron, Aluminum
brass. Etc. Boiler and Marina W ork
the final details o f the entire plant
are worked out, the Identity o f the
___ The Henderson-Willis Welding
auxiliary Industry will not be announc
and Cuttin« Co.,
Co . St. I«oui#, U. S. A.
ed, Mr. Callan said.
Bra«« Work«. 81st St. A Kedale Ave., Chicago.
purchased does not front on the W il
lamette river, but Is not far removed
from the waterfront and has adequate
ß U Y J i l R E G T
AFTER SIX YEARS
DON'T SUFFER FROM
when you can aaaily And quick relief
l/*»rn this cruel disease in any stage.
Anti-Uric, mode from Roota and Ber
ries, gradually soothes away the uoi
son from the system, no matter now
severe or long standing the rase may
bo. Send 41.60 today for a treatment
prepaid to your address.
guaranteed or money rufunded, or sent
C. O. D. by Parcel PueL Write for
circulars and letters from those bene
fit ted. Don’ t put it off.
today. Address A N T I-U R IC CO.. 102
Sherwood Building, Han Francisco.
Ono ton of coniferous wood waste
will produce from 16 to 26 gallons of
95 per ceut pure alcohol.
The farm woodlota of the United
Stales contain about 10 per cent of
the total standing timber In the coun
Grazing experts of the Forest Serv
ice estimate that the coat of produc
ing lambs In the northwestern states
Is $1 82 per head.
Los Angeles was the first city on
the west coast to establish a vacation
camp on the national forests.
The atand of timber on the two
gTcat national foreils In Alaska 1« es
ttmated by the forest service as over
70 billion board feet, while the annual
growth will. It Is said, produce pulp-
wood alono enough for the manufac
ture of 3,000 ton» of wood pulp a day.
The state of Washington consumes
226 cubic feet of wood per capita an
nually, which Is more than twice the
average consumption for the United
States and six and a quarter Uuies
the average for Germany.
Over 98 per cent of the treos planted
by the forest service this spring at
Hebo, Tillamook County, Oregon, on
the Sluslaw national forest, are still
living. This has been the most suc
cessful planting operation In the for
ests of the northwest.
Fond Mother of Absent Guardsman
— 1 knew Jack would distinguish him
self with the regiment, and be has!
The Neighbor Who Has Dropped In
— Ah! On guard on the border, Isn't
Fond Mother— Better than that!
Why, his letter says he’s right In the
guard house Itself!— Judge.
Y o u Speak o f
P re p a re d n e s s
B . BL 3 a
| D o Y o u r O w n P lu m b in g 1
By buying direct from ns at. wholesale prices
and save the plumber's profit«. W rite us to
day your needs. We will giro you our rock-
bottom “ dlrect-to-you” prices, f. o. b. rail or
boat. W e actually savo you from 10 to 84 per
cent. All goods guaranteed.
Northwest headquarters for I^eadsr Water
Systems and Fuller A Johnson Engines.
STAR K -D AVIS CO.
212 Third Street.
P. N. U.
No. 41, IBIS
stands out very ef
fectively as a bulwark
against liver or diges
tive troubles, general
weakness and malaria
Oon't Experiment. Get Hostetler’s
Flour Retailing Low er Than Wholesale
Minneapolis.— The continued rise In
the price of flour has brought about
an unprecedented condition In the 16-
cal market. W hile several retailers
were selling top grade Minneapolis
flour st 38-60 to «8.70 a barrel. In
single barrel lots, the millers were
asking «8.86 and 39 for the same grade
In carload lots.
"M illers have no control over retail
prices," said one miller. “ It Is possi
ble for a retailer holding flour pur
chased at low prices to retail It now
at a figure lower than the mills could
produce It at present •”
S a v e M o n e y b y W e a r i n g W . L. D o u g in *
• h o e * . F o r M l * b y o v e r 9 0 0 0 s h o e d e a le r s .
T h e Beat K n o w n S h o e * in th e W o r ld .
. L. DougLu name »nd d * retail price it tumped on th* bot
tom of .11 thoei at die factory. Die vain« u guaranteed and
the wear* protected again* high price For ml «nor shoe*. The
retail price, are the tame evetywhee. They cow no mors in San
Fnncuco than they do in New York. They an alwayt worth the
price paid for them.
'TTw quality of W L Douglat product n guaranteed by more
* than 40 yean etpcricnc* in making fine thoet. The mart
try!*, an the leaden in the Fathnn Centra of America.
They ut made in a v eU-eouipped factory at Brockton, Mata.,
by die highest paid, skilled thoemaken, under die direction and
supervision of experienced men, all working with an hone*
determination to make die be* shoe, for the price that money
Ash , . . r shos dssltr l« r W. L Uon|lss sho«.. If he ran-
suit supply you with th. kind you want, tnka no oritur /
liiako. W rit, for tnterusting booklst ..plaining how to i.
net i l i m of th. hi. It sot standard of quality for th. prleu,
by return mistl, pootngu free.
LOOK FOR V/. L Dougls.
name and the retail price
^ Prratd.nt o
•tamped on the bot tom.
* rM * " 1
Swt I» IS. World
83.00 $2.60 A * 2 00
Just the Thing.
“ You like a Norfolk Jacket?"
"And do you make hay while the
"Yea,” e&ld the commuter, "the belt
"N o ; I manufacture freckle lotion.” la so handy to bang small packages
on.”— Louisville Courier-Journal.
— Louisville Courier-Journal
pn»t##t # J »ft«t«# r
W rit* k r booklet and teetimoolaH.
V 'M iay Islfclar, U « C « W . « m p M . n d « tro .frit.
Th* .up—'oriTy «I ( utw * p— v . t t » * U — — 1,
p n olnM c% 11. n i ia V i a i N t t ANS U l i - n
ONLY. IN U ST UN C U T T E S 't. II UOnK .lo .lilo.
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. B e sure to see
one before buying. Sold by all dealers.
TH E R EPEATER PAR EX C ELLEN C E
PAINT N O W
It will be money saved to protect the lumber against winter
Get Color Cards from your local dealer.
Tbs CL-titf Ubsrstsnr. » w S g ^ C ^ I t t r s j s ^ y
We are paying a handsome pre
mium for all white, strictly
fresn infertile eggs. W rite for
that next can o f cream?
Difficult to Find.
“Take a bear,” he said. “ Look at his
The boys had no bear
they had a picture of one, and they
looked at that
"H la fur.” the teacher went on, "la
the bear’s overcoaL the same as your
big coats are your overcoats.”
“ He can't take It off. though, same
aa we can ours,” said one contentious
"Th at 1* true,” said the teacher.
“ The bear can not take off hla over
coat But why can't he take It o ff? ”
Every boy thought hard.
“ I guess," said the contentious
youth, finally, "that It is because no
body but God knows where the but
tons are."— Chicago Herald.
Hie First Performance.
Maid— The young clergyman who
Ethel— Mercy, y e «! Why, he kissed
the bridegroom and shook hands with
the bride.— Boston Transcript
W rite about your wants in this line te
F I N K E B R O S .,
183 Madison SL,
I’ ortland, Ore.
"M a r y !" cried Prof. Forgetalot. tri
umphantly waving his gamp. " I have
remembered to bring home my um
“ So I see." replied his wife. "The
only trouble is that you didn't take It
with you tht* morning." — London
Rub It In
H A N F O R D ’S
A L I N I M 8 NT
For GaR», W ire
Strains, B u n c h e s ,
Thrush, Old Sores,
Nail Wounds, Foot Rot,
Fistula, Bleeding, Etc., Etc.
Made Since 1846.
Prka 25c,50o and $1.00
All Dealers ‘Affiant?
T e B rest In New Shoes.
A lw . jd shake In A lle n ’t F oot-O u e, s powder,
(t cu re, hot, a w r .t in f, a o h ln i, sw ollen fe e t
Curas corns, i n f row in g n .tla and bunions. A t
i l l d ru g g is t, end shoe steres, 25c. D ont accept
in y substitute. Sample m ailed F H K K A d d r a s
A llen a Olmsted, Le Key N Y.
The Uncommercial Minstrel
When Homer smote the lyre.
He nobly sang and well;
Hla songs had lota of fire.
But really wouldn’t sell.
No syncopated lay
Did Homer ever peg;
Hla music didn’t pay.
And so he had to beg.
— Louisville Courier-Journal.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the
original little liver pills put up 40 years
ago. They regulate liver and bowels.
k Always Keep
by CUTTH'S B IA C X IIS MU*
L o v -p rlc fd ,
Ircsh. relu t..* s |
p r e f e r r e d by
10-doxs skz-B'svklss Pint. (I N
«Moss ski. Mstklst Pills. $4 00
H OSTETTER’ S
S t o m a c h B itt e r s
“ THE SHOE T H A T HOLDS IT # SH APE ”
LOSSES SUMY KEYOUO
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
& Cutting Co., W h en
93.00 93.60 94.00 94.50 & 96.00 » M ,
E x t r a L i ¿ h t W e ig h t
W. L. D O U G L A S
OB W R IT E
Marla was a tender, sentimental Ut-!
tie thing, but, to put It mildly, hardly
a beauty. She was very, very fond of
hubby, but exacted from him rather
an undue amount of attention and
"Oh. George," she complained one
night, “ I don't believe you really love
me! T ell me, would you feel 1L dear,
If we were parted?"
"Eh— what's that?” said George,
" I mean if someone were to come
and offer to take me away, give me a
beautiful home and every loving car*,
and all the beat that money could buy,
how would you feel?”
" It doesn’t arise!” he answered, re
lapsing Into moody silence.
“ N o
body’s likely to o ffe r !"— Tit-Bits.
Sore Graaalated Eyelids,
Eye* inflamed by expo
sure to Saa, Dost and V M
uickly relieved by
r ‘ Remedy. No Smarting,
Comfort. A t
Your Druggist's S per Bottle. MartM Ey»
M v * in Tube« 25 c. For Bosk *1 lb*Ey«rn»a«k
Eye Reaedy C*.t
Druggists or Mi
"During the thunderstorm our milk
turned, did yours?”
“ N o; our refrigerator la so small th*
milk didn't have room to turn.”— Boa-
" I don’t like the self-relianL self-
supporting type o f woman. I prefar
the cllnging-vine type.”
"You won’L sonny, when you find
how persistently that type can cling
to all of your weekly salary and what
you can raise on your crediL”— Balti
if he asks you
to try a canot
He wants todo
you a favor—
he knows what
brands to rec