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PERFECT PRINTIN6 PUTES
Great Educational Revival
Strikes Oregon Institutions
N e w H o u s to n H o te l
SIXTH AND KVtKKTT »TS.
Four IIlock ■ from Union Illation llndar naw
a a n a im u n i.
AU nninu n an ly ¿»ou rsled.
M tU A L HATK.H IIY WKKK OK MONTH
Kalo* SOc. 7Sc SI. SI SO I'ar Hay
ORE.-CIL. LAND GRANT
jLluu.uui sci«» a* rlrultura) «ml Uniter l*i- l In
W«sUrn OrsKuii This Imiti «rsiit»d ktO. A
0. K k »U yssrs is..
In l> H Ivi«.
valu« 4M) (JWMUi |o |*HRjl).<«aJ.
H O M IIT U B III
LAST IIST I M O tllN I T T .
Watch for Itrst op#nlii« In Jscksmi «tul J o -
Nbhlni court(!•>■ H*H'I '¿be fur map ami In
fo rm a tio n .
A M O S f f « A r U l . IU. 104?. h rlfc a t Ur
E - ^ 5 CIVIL W A R
N.w law (less till* whan marrlwl prior to
Jun* (7. luuf. Kamsrrlel widuws nun •
widow nlao twn*flt*ri Writ* for hlrnnka Auk
a aluul («tfadrruta wrvitu. ttvingloa A Wli>
• mu . W*uhin*t*n, D. C.
I Y *
* * *
Of General Interest
About Oregon In d iv id u a lity
PRINTERS AND FUIR JSHl.KS,
ahad on aliofl nolle*.
of Fricas l'oribnd Klrrliotvp* A
«yp* Ce.. riunì » ilsxk. 1-urtUnd. O».
NEW S ITEM S
I’ o u llry . Butter, I liti»
and Farm P ro d u ce
to tho Old ItrMahlo I verdina I mmir « with m
morti of 4& r*ara uf Saiunr« Drahn«» and
bo aaaurvd of TOP MARKET PR1CLS-
F. M. CRONKHITE
4147 Front Stroot
University o f Oregon, Eugene.— An
Intellectual stimulus that ntato uni-
»»•rally observers ao far hava not ac-
! counted for uppeure to have come to
' Oregon this fall. Ilera arc a few of
j lliu inunlfoatatlona of It:
N early 1,000 person* have appeared
1 for untveralty extenalon claaaes In
Uealdeuce enrollment In
liberal aria at Eugene will be nearly
I.IOn fur the year. IteRlatrutlon In the
I correnpondence-atudy department la
i 528. Attendance at the auiumer achool
| waa 814. Other departmenta ahow
similar growth. For example, 4,479
toachere of OruRon have thla year
done their reading circle work with
The I’orlland tncreaan la about 75
per cent; liberal aria realdence In
crease la about 13 per cent: the cor
reapoudenre atudy Increase la IV per
cent; the auminer achool inrreaae waa
70 per cent. Thla growth haa come
In a period when Increaaea were not
to be expected.
When a member o f the extenalon
faculty laade a trip on Inatltute work
to Harney county thla month, a ma
Jortty of the teachera were found to
be Interested In correspondence-study.
The attendance totals for all Oregou
Institutions of higher education give
thla Ktutc a high place In percentage
of population that goea beyond the
State Engineers Tackle Water
Survey of Hood River Valley
Hood River.— Rhea Luper, engineer
for the state water board, assisted by
Fred Coahow and Malcolm Button, haa
begun the four months' task o f mak
ing a survey of the entire arcs o f the
Hood R iver valley under the ditches
of Irrigation ayatema or that may be
“ T h e Better the C ream
lrr!gat«.-d. During the next week H. K.
T h e Better the Price.”
Donnelly, another engineer of the wa
ter board, accompanied by R. C. Ingar-
W ith cooler weather you should
bain, will arrive here to aaalat In the
have better cream ai d prolU by our
(ieorge T. Cochran, o f
paying better price for better cream.
Grande, eastern Oregon water super
intcndent, waa here Saturday to In
T ry us and see for yourself. Cash
sp ed the Initial work o f the engineer.
promptly for each can o f cream.
The work of the water board haa
been undertaken here for the purpose
of adjudicating the water rights of
the entire llood R iver watershed. The
PO RTLAND , ORE.
tusk waa Initiate»! recently, when the
supreme court, remanding u decision
of Circuit Judge Bradshaw In the case
of the Oregon Lumber company vs.
•*That man you were talking to In the Kant Fork Irrigation District, re
under suspicion of being an anarchist." ferred the case fo the water board.
" I don't »rare." said Mlsa Cayenne.
“ W ith organised governments hcav
Shooting Stars Promised.
Ing nitroglycerin around the earth by
the ton, u little thing like a crank
University of Oregon, Eugene— Tw o
with a hand grenade doesn't seem separate annual displays o f shooting
worth noticing." -Washington Star.
start» will be visible throughout Ore
gon Novem ber 15 and 24, according to
K. H. McAlister, professor of astron
“The account of the collision says omy and mechanics in the state uni
the englueer of the train In fault lost versity. The display due on Novem
ber 15 may be seen In the early morn
“ How could that be when the same ing hours: that of November 24 is due
account saya It was a h< a,I on colli In the early evening. The earth at
sion T” — Baltimore American.
these times will be cutting through
the orbit o f the swarm of meteors
from which the stars come.
Display o f the aurora borealis will
be visible in Oregon next winter, for
the first time in 11 years, Mr. M cAlis
ter says. Northern lights are dim In
this latitude of the west, except when
the sun spots have reached their max
imum number, which occurs only unco
in 11 years.
A connection between
By buying dlract from ur nt vhoIrMi« i»Ho*a
the sun spots and the aurora borealis
and m w the plumt**r'a profit*. Writ« ur to
is believed by many scientists to exist.
day your Mada. Wo will giva you our ruck*
bottom "diroot-to-you" prlc»*«. f. a b. rail or
boot. W# artually m iv o you from 10 to '¿b per
rent All gocxls «ti «ran <*••<*(.
Bridge Does Big Business.
North wont h#au1qu«rt'-rR for
T ra ffic figures compiled un
ByaWma and Fuller A Johnson Knglmm
der tho direction of the state highway
S TAR K -D AV IS CO.
department show that In 30 days end
SI2 Third Strvat.
ing nt 6:30 A M. October 10, 21.008
automobiles, 13.858 motorcycles, bicy
cles and pedestrians, 10,307 horse-
drawn vehicles, and 923 head of stock
crossed the bridge over the W illam
ette river nt Salem. The dally aver
age of traffic over the bridge was:
700 automobiles, 462 motorcycles, bi
cycles and pedestrians, 343 horse-
Court Room, Single, 75c; Double, $1.
tlrnwn vehicles, and 31 head of stock.
OuUide Room, Single, $1; Double, $1.50
The maximum o f traffic occurred on
(Hath privilege Included)
Portland day during the recent state
Rooms with Private Bath, Single,
fair, when 1579 automobiles crossed
$1.50; Double, $2.00.
S t o m a c h B it t e r s
that makes it espe
cially appealing to
those who need a
safe tonic, or who
su ffer from any
stomach, liver or
Tm it, but insist on Hostettsr'sj
A Wise Quy.
"Ho Jack Is golug to get married,
lie doesn't know when he Is well off."
"Maybe not: but be kuowe when a
girl's father Is well off.” — Boston
Sentiment and Olacretien.
Jack— Did she accept you?
Tom — W ell, ebe said she’d make a
memorandum of my proposal and con
sider It when the weather gets favor
able for mental effort.— Boston Trana-
A Woman's Trouble,
gun. - " I
weakness f r o m
which women suf
fer and after tak
ing two bottlae of
tion 1 was entirely
relieved." — Mas.
U E. J o h n so n ,
THE HAZELWOOD POLICY
H A ZELW O O D CO.
THE NEW PERKINS HOTEL
R educed R ates
FREE A U T O GARAGE
Auto-Hus Meets Trains.
All Cars from Union Depot t'sss Our Doors.
P E R K IN S H O T E L
C m . Washington A Fifth Sts.. ItlKTI.AND. ORB
SKIFF « MILLER.
rated •» 4M *6.* Mi r^.n hldu. Util ftnor), Wash
ington at Hm*>l*-«y. Portland, Or».. wh»r* th*y
erfl] h* plaa*e,l to rn,*»t th.tr fri.n.l, anil p.ti.nI»
T W » Mio— will hs <-nntlucl.it on a policy of *.rv-
lo* at modsrat*- arte». In the bet of our atSlity.
W* alway. .tan., liahiml uur work. .. w* know
that a aaUaA.il pattant U and .hail alway* ba tha
baat a a l
Dr. lie f T. Hedlund,
Dr. Sermon & Sit«
Dr, J. Howard MiUer,
D E N T IS T S .
T a la p h o o a , Marahall 00 .
W rite about your wants in thla line to
F I N K E BROS.,
1S3 Madison ML,
P. N. U.
No. 43. IB I»
The mighty restorative power of
Doctor Pierce'* Favorite Prescription
■peedily cause* all womanly trouble*
to disappear— compel, the organs to
ruperly perform their natural funo-
comes irregularities, remove* sain and
misery at certain times and bring*
bark health and strength to nervous,
Irritable end exhausted women.
For all diseases peculiar to women,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
a powerful restorative.
50 years It ha* banished from the
lives of tens of thousands of women
the pain, worry, misery and distress
caused by irregularities and diseased
of a feminine character.
What Dr. Pierce’* Favorit* Pre
scription ha* done for thousands it
will do for you. Uet It this very day
from any medicine dealer, in either
liquid or tablet form: or send 50 cent*
to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Bufalo,
if. V., for trial box of tablets.
Questions of S e x t ~ A r e fully and
properly answered in The People's Com
mon Sense Medical Adviser, by R. V.
Pierce, M. I). It contains the knowl
edge a young man or woman, wife er
daughter, should have.
with color plates, bound in cloth. By
mail, prepaid—on receipt of 3
The sergeant halted the new sentry
opposite the man be was to relieve.
"d iv e over your orders," he said.
The old sentry reeled o ff the routine
Instructions with confidence, but one
of the special orders baffled him.
"Come on, m an!” said the sergeant
“ On no account.” stammered the
sentry, "are you to let any question
able character pass the lines, except
the colonel't w ife."— London Answers.
M R AVOID PUN
Need Only Trust to Lydia E.
Prunes $6.40 a Hundred.
Pinkham’s Vegetable Com
Roseburg.— The highest price paid
for prunes In Douglas county this sea
pound, »ays Mrs.Kurtzweg.
son was recorded here Wednesday,
when Rush Clark, a Millwood rancher,
Buffalo, N .Y .—“ My daughter, who«*
sold his entire crop at $6.40 per hun picture is herewith, was much troubled
with pains in her
dred pounds, orchard run. Mr. Clark
buck and sides «vary
had about 30,000 pounds o f prunes.
mouth a n d t h e y
Practically all of the prunes grown
would sometimes be
In Douglas county have been sold and
so bad that it would
the local packing plants are working
seem like scute in
to their full capacity.
flammation o f some
crop Is said to be the heaviest In the
o r g a n . Sb* reed
history of the county.
in the aewipaper*
Radio Station Under Way.
and tried Lydia E.
Marshfield.—-The United States ra
Pinkham'a V e g e
dio station being constructed at Engle
t a b l e Compound.
wood. a suburb of Marshfield, is about Sh* praises It highly a a she haa
one-third finished. The piling for the relieved o f all theso pains by its
residences has been driven and the
grading at the alte is one-half com All mothers should know e f this remedy,
pleted. A hill Is being cut away to and all young girls who suffer should
make the fill required for the grounds try i t ” —Mrs. M atilda K urtzwkg , 529
surrounding the station. A large per High S t, Buffalo, N. Y.
centage of the lumber has been de
Young women who are troubled with
livered and the buildings now are un painful or irregular period^ backache,
headache, dragging-down sensations,
fainting spells or indigestion, should
take Lydia E. Pinkhom’s Vegetable
1900 Cara are Lacking.
Salem.— All record* for car shortage Compound. Thousands have been re
on the Portland division o f the South stored to health by this root *nd herb
ern Pacific company's lines were bro remedy.
ken when reports to the Oregon Pub
I f yon k n e w o f n n y y o n n g w »-
lic Service commission showed the fnnn w h o is sick m id n eed s n e l » -
company 1900 cars short of Its orders. f n l n d r lc c . risk h e r t o w r ite t # t o »
The company reported that It had re I-y d ln F . P l n k h n v n M o II i ’I m C e *
ceived orders for 2225 cars, and that L y n n , M a ss,
O n ly w om en w i l l
325 cars were available. A total of 73 r e c e iv e h e r le t t e r , a n d It w i l l h $
empty freight cars w ere reported to k e l d l a a tr lo tc s t c o n fltlc n o «.
have arrived at Ashland In 24 hour*.
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS;
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS
Wheat -Bluestem, $1.41; fortyfold.
$1.36; club. $1 32; red fife, $1.34, red
Russian, s i.29
Oats— No 1 white feed. $29.75.
Barley— No. 1 feed. $35.00.
Flour— Patents, $7 20;
$6.4006.80; exports. $6.40; valley,
$6 60; whole wheat, $7.20; graham, $7.
Mill feed— Spot prices: Bran. $22 per
ton: shorts. $24 per ton; rolled barley,
Corn— Whole, $42.50 per ton; crack
ed. $43.60 per ton.
Hay— Producers’ prices: Timothy,
eastern Oregon. $16.5001$ per ton:
timothy, valley, $16016 per ton; alfal
fa. $14.6001660; wheat hay. $13.600
14 50; oat and vetch, $13013.60; cheat,
$12; clover, $10.
Butter— Cubes, extra*. 3654c bid.
Flint*, extra*. 37%
Is39c; butterfat. No. 1, 37c; No. 2,
Kggs— Oregon ranch, current re
ceipts, 38Vi(f39c per dozen; Oregon
ranch, candlod. 40®42c.
Poultry— Hens, 14®1454c; springs,
164116c per pound: turkeys, live, 240
26c; ducks, 12®1754c; geese, 1 0 ® llc.
Veal— Fancy, 1014 i f 11c per pound.
Pork— Fancy, 12®12V4c per pound.
Vegetables— Artichokes, 75c®$1 per
dozen, tomatoes, 50®65c per crate;
cabbage. $1.26® 1.50 per hundred; pep
pers, 6®7c per pound; eggplant, 6@
8c per pound: lettuce, $2.35; cucu
mbers. 60®75c per box; celery. 60®
75c per dozen; corn, 10®20c per doz
en; pumpkins, lc per pound; squash,
lr per pound.
Potatoes—Oregon buying price, $1
®1.15 per hundred, country points;
sweets, $2®2.25 per hundred.
Onions— Oregon buying price, $1.90
per sack, country points.
Ureen fruits— Apples, new, 75c®$2
per box; peaches, 60®80c per box;
pears, 76c®$1.60; grapes. 75c@$1.60;
casabas, lV ic; cranberries, $9.50®10
Hope— 1916 crop, ll® 1 2 r per pound.
Hides— Salted hides, 18c; salted
stags, 14c; green and salted kip, 18c;
green and salted calf skins. 25c; green
hides, 16c; green stags. 12c; dry
hides, 30c; dry calf skins. 32c; dry
salt hides, 25c; dry horse hides, 75c
Pelt«— Dry long-wooled pelts, 21c;
dry short-wooled pelts, 17c; dry shear
lings. 10®25c each; salted long-wool
pelts, 75c@$1.26; salted short-wooled
Tallow— No. 1, 8c; No. 2, 7c; grease,
Wool— Eastern Oregon, fine, 23®
26c: coar«e. 30®32c; valley, 30®32c.
Mohair— 40c per pound.
Cascara Bark— Old and new, 6c per
Cattle— Steers, prime, $6.35®6.75;
good. $6.00®6.25; common to fair,
$4.50®5.75; cows, choice, $5.00®5.75;
medium to good. $4.00®4.50; ordinary
to fair, $4.00®4.5o; heifers. $4.00®
5.75. bulls. $3.00®4.26; calves. $3.00®
6 . 00 .
W. L. DOUGLAS
$ 3 .0 0
“ THE SHOE TH AT HOLDS ITS SHAPE '
$ 3 .6 0
$ 4 .0 0
$ 4 »6 0
$ 5 .0 0
L. D ougin nunc snd the rated pry-, a tum ptd an the boc-
W . tom
of sil shoe, ur the factory. The value u guaranteed and
protected against high prxs* for infsnor she**. The
____i are the um e everywhere. They cost no more in Sen
Francuco thin they do in New York. They are aJway* worth the
price paid for them.
T T i * quality of W. L. Douglas product ■ guaranteed by more
L than 40 year, experience in making fine shoes. T he smart
the leaden in the Fashion Centra*
try le» an
made in a wcll-eouipped factory at
by the highest paid, dulled anocmaken, under the direction
supervision o f experienced men, ail working with an honest
determination to make the beat shoes for the price that money
A s k y e a r , h » a d e a le r f o r W , L . IJ o a g la e i k i w i . I f h a r a n -
u ut a u y u ly j u u w it h th a k in d yo u w a n t, t a k a a o o t h e r
m a k e . W r i t e f a r In ta r a a t la g h o o k la t a a p l a l a l a a h o w to
g a t ahuaa o f th a h lg b a a t s t a n d a r d o f q a a li t y f a r t h a prion ,
b y r e t u rn m a ll, p o s ta g e tre e .
LOOK FOR W. L. Douglas
ñama and the retail price
stamped on tho bottom.
(n t I. tha f «ltd
r r a a ld e n t O
•>» 00 S2-60 5 $2.00
, D o u g ! I m Mhos C o ., B r o c k t o n , Musts.
P A IN T N O W
It will be money saved to protect the lumber against winter
weather. Get Color Cards from your local dealer.
An old Scotch woman, who had re-
“ Do you ever read aloud to you*
slated all the entreaUes of her friends husband?"
to have her photograph taken and who
“ Yes, Indeed. 1 read all the key
was at last Induced to consent. In or- lines to the moving picture we see to
der that she might send her likeness him.”— Detroit Free Press.
to her son In America, is the heroine
of the following anecdote:
On receiving the first proof she fail
ed to recognize the figure thereon rep
resented as herself, so, card In hand,
she set out for the artist’s studio.
"Is that me?" she queried.
"Yes, madam," replied the artist.
"And Is It like me?" she again
"Yea, madam. It's a speaking like
"A w eel," she said resignedly, “ It's
a humblin' sicht.” — Tit-Bits.
ShaXa into Tour Sboea
Allan'a Foot-Lass, a powder for tho foot. It cures
painful, swollen, smarting, sweating feet, lfnkea
paw sh e« eeey. Sold by nil Dmggiats and Shoe
Store*. Don't accept any »ubatituta. Sample
Su g g Address A. 8. Olmsted. La Roy. N. Y .
Fixed That All R igh t
Qallelgh— Here's the dress suit you
loaned me, old man. and many thanks. ^
It didn't fit me very well, so I had the :
tailor make a few alterations
Oreen— The deuce you did!
of all the -----
Gallelgh— Oh, It’s all right, old chap,
I told him to send the bill to me.— Bos
Sore Granulated Eyelids,
Hog*— Prime, $email@example.com; good to
Eyes inflamed by expo
prime mixed, $9.00®9.25; rough heavy
sure to Saa, Bestand Vlad
$8.40®8.50; pig* and skips $8.00®8.25.
_ quickly relieved by Marlas
Sheep— Lamb*. $5.60® 8.75; year E , — _
V f t S
lings. wether*. $5.75®7.50; old weth r
just Eye Comfort A t
ers, $5.50®7.25; ewes. $3.50®5.50.
Your Druggist' :*s SOc . per Bottle. Maria* E)S
Selvtin Tubes 25c. F o r Beok ell be Eye Free uk
Druggists or Maries Eye Bst dy C * „ Chicago
Wheat Sets New High Record.
The 7-cent bulge In the Chicago
wheat market this week met with a
quick response in the northwest. High
er bids were at once sent into the
country and the scramble to buy be
gan. Details were lacking as to the
amount of business done, but it was
believed that well over 1,000,000 bush
els changed hands.
The advance put bluestem 3 to 4
cents above the high point reached
Just before the submarine raid and
raised the cheaper grades of wheat to
the level that prevailed then. Blue-
stem sold locally at $1.42 and there
was considerable buying in the inter
ior on the basis o f $1.43 Coast, with
reports of as high as $1.45 also paid.
A t the Merchants' Exchange five
thousand bushels of Novem ber blue-
stem were sold at $1.42. Fortyfold and
club bids were raised 2 to 3 cents, fife
3 cents and red Russian 3 to 4 cents.
The Chicago advance was ascribed
to short covering, follow ing recent
heavy sales to foreigners. More dis
astrous reports from Argentina and
Increased demand from the British and
French governments for North Am er
ican wheat accompanied the rise. It
was said that of the Canadian crop,
25 to 30 per cent has been found to be
unfit for milling.
The local oats market also gained
Bids for all deliveries
were advanced 75 cents at the ex
change. Brewing barley waa unchang
ed In the country, but feed barley was
quoted $1 higher here.
Local millers announced a 20-cent
advance in patent and valley flours.
Domestic and export straights were
not changed. The new flour quotation
of $7.20 equals the highest point ever
recorded here, which was In February,
Bradstreet’s estimates the world's
visible wheat Increase at 11.500,000
The Canadian visible wheat supply
is 16,317,000 bushels, the oats supply
»M U S S I.
S a v e M o n e y b y W e a r in g W . t . D o u g la s
ahoes. F o r aele b y o v e r OOOO sh oe de a le rs.
T h e Beat K n o w n S h o es in the W o rld .
Degree* of Fatigue.
"H ere's a millionaire says you soon
get tired of riding In private yachts
"N o t half as tired as you get of
walking two miles to work every day
to save carfare.” — Baltimore Am eri
about results in
baking if you use
B A K IN G
PO W DER
It has been a stand
by for a quarter of
a century. Guaran
teed under all
pure food laws.
O CL Ounces for O R f
than S m a llp o x , Army
expei ire re hxs demonstxat-d
the Almost miraculous effi
cacy, asd barmlessness, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
$ « vaccinated N O W by yoor physician, yon and
your family. It la more vital than bouse Insurance.
Ask your physician, drugylst, or
?ot “ Have
you had Typhoid?" telling c f T y p h o id Vaccine,
results from us , and danger from Typhoid Carriers.
1W a r m * LABOCATOtY. BCBRELfY, CAL.
raomicia« vac circs a serums whom u . a . *® v . uccaaa
Mother— Our daughter sends 20
kisses and wants 10 by return?
Father— Ten kisses?
Mother— Don’t be absurd, John!
Ten pounds, of course!— London An
Some Never Do.
"W e are taking in boarders this
"H ave they found it out yet?” — G rit
Quite the Thing.
" I wish to give a friend a timely and
“ Then why not give him a clock."—
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. They regu
late liver, bowels and stomach.
Might be an Asa.
“ Would you advise me to bull or
bear the market?"
" I would advise you not to monkey
with it.”— Boston Transcript
H A N F O R D ’S
o f M yrrh
A LI N I M C N T
For Cut*, Burns,
Strains, Stiff Neck,
Chilblains, Lame Back,
Old Sores, Open Wounds,
and all External Injuries.
What a Nerve.
“ Boy, take these flowers to Miss
Bertie Bohoo, room No. 12.”
"M y, sir, you're the fourth gent wot's
sent her flowers today."
“ W hat’s that? What the deuce? Who
sent the flowers 7”
“ Oh, they didn’t send any name.
They all said, ‘She'll know who they
came from.’ "
"W ell. here, take my card and tell
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
Highest Egg Price o f Season.
Portland.— Eggs sold at the Produce her these are from the same gentle
man who sent the other three lots.”—
Exchange this week at 39 cents for Pearson's Weekly.
current receipts, the highest price of
the season. On the street sales were
reported at 38 cents. Receipts were
small and the demand by no means
active. Aprils were offered at 33 cents
with 31 cents bid. The butter market
was firm. Extras In the open market
brought 36 cents. A t the exchange
is wearing and dangerous because the inflamed,
35 % cents was bid and 36 V4 cents was
mucus-filled tubes interfere with breathing and the
asked. Dressed meats w ere In large
fresh air passes through that unhealthy tissue .
supply and veal was weak with 11
cents the top and 1014 cents a clean
Probably no other remedy affords such prompt
up price. Pork steady at 12® 1214
and permanent relief as Scott’s Emulsion; it
Ail Dealers ‘ ¿ œ t W *
A B R O N C H IA L GO UGH
Portland.— Fresh receipts at the
stockyards were limited, but a consid
erable quantity was carried over from
last week, »nd this furnished material
for an active market. The bulk of the
bog sales were at $9.25, as was the
case the first of the week. Most of
the hogs available this week have
been of only average quality and buy
ers have acted accordingly.
sales Indicated a steady market.
checks the cough, heals the linings of the throat
and bronchial tubes and strengthens the lungs to
avert tuberculosis. This point cannot be empha
sized too strongly— that Scott’s Emulsion ha*
been suppressing bronchitis for forty years and
will help yOUm
Be careful to avoid substitutes end I insist on S C O TT’S»
AT ANY DttUO STORK.