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■aleamanahlp. English branrhaa. at an arcredited
school, w rit*, or phone Main 6*W for catalogue;
graduaU»* guaranteed |K>«ltion». Itehnke W alk er
Itu alne«* t'olleg« . 167 4th 8 treat, near Morrison.
Portland. O regon.
D A IS Y F L Y K I L L E R • S B g L 'U S 'S a
a llt lt « .. N m .tU u .
Ilrnt, ih o(i. I «»is *l|
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I « ’.uaraniactl rlte.tlT«.
I fU.t.I t»y tlraier*. or
I ft s^nt l«r opr«M $*••
palJ lor It.
■ A H O L D t O M I X t . 150 D a K a lb A f t - B re o fc ly n .
_ G ranulale! Eyelids,
Agriculturist W ill Try to Solve Prob
lem Of Distribution o f Labor for
Yakima County Farmers.
Srurea o f men, women aiul children
S E A T T L E 'S
H O T E L j are going to he needed to harvest the
»nd Hoek«. Op* crop o f Polk county this summer, and
posit«* O ly Hull Turk atwl C-ourt II ihhm .
| unices the demand la supplied fully 60
T IIK KIN KMT D O L L A R KOOK IN AMKJGCA per cent o f the fruit anil grain yield
W ith •l«U r h «l U ih . I |M.r«*n.
f l CIO I I 60
w ill he loat, aays a dispatch.
2 o s r *»•!»*.
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NEW LABOR BUREAU
STATE N E W S
Kvr. inflamed by « « ft *
•lire to S ub , Dual and *ln<
* kly relieved by Murlae
)e lirmedy. No Smarting
ju.t Eye Comfi>rt. At
Your Dniggiat's 50c |»r Botti*. Murine lys
SalveInTubea25c. ForHenk*1 ikrI yeI ree i*k
Druggiittor Muilue Lye Rencdy tu., Chicago
E y d s ?
The first hard road section to be
started In tha Coos county good roads
system la being conetructed at Bandon,
and the expectation is the money
available w ill provide for the first four
miles out o f liandon towards Curry
The highest point reached thia sea
son by the mercury at the
weather station was recorded on Sun
day, when the thermometer regisetred
04. As it has not rained there for
nearly two months, cropa are badly in
nceti o f moisture and are suffering
from the heat.
T b * use of Sage and Sulphur for re
storing faded, Kray balr to Its natural
color date* back to grand mother's
time. Hbe used It to keep ber balr
beautifully dark, glossy and attractive.
Whenever ber hair took on that dull,
faded or streaked appearance, this
simple mixture wae applied with won
But brewing at borne la muaay and
out-of date. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of
"W yeth ’s Sage and Sulphur Com
pound,” you will get thia famous old
preparation, Improved by tbe addition
of other Ingredients, which can be de
pended upon to restore natural color
and beauty to the hair.
A well-known downtown druggist
says It darkens the balr ao naturally
and evenly that nobody can tell It haa
been applied. You almply dampen a
sponge or soft brush wltb it and draw
this through your hair, taking one
strand at a time.
By morning tha
gray hair disappears, and after an
other application or two, It becomes
beautifully dark and glossy.
W yeth's Hage and Sulphur Com
pound la a delightful toilet requisite
for those who desire a more youthful
appearance. It la not Intended for the
cure, mitigation or prevention o f dis
A ll three charter amendments voted
on at the special election at Salem,
Monday carried by a heavy majority.
The amendments provide for a system
o f re-assessments on street improve
ments ami companion provisions rela
tive to handling delinquencies and re
monstrances hm to such improvements.
The Wav o f It.
“ I understand the marriage o f the
Spendits was one o f mutual conven
“ So it was.
He couldn’t afford a
car and she couldn’t pay the chauf
feur. ” — Exchange.
One o f the w on t forest Ores to oc
cur in the Bend section this year was
put under control Wednesday by a
crew o f men working under John
Ryan, o f the Tulea. Before the work
was done about 40 acres o f timber was
The first federal farm loan in Lane
when Joseph E. Field and Kate Vari-
duyn Field, o f Coburg, received money
from the government
It is expected
other Lane county loans w ill he com
pleted in the near future.
Reports received from growers in
A Short Story.
Marion county indicate that great
It was the tim e— after work.
numbers o f pickers w ill be needed to
And the place -a good cafe.
handle the berry crop this year. While
And the g ir l— a beautiful blonde.
many growers report that their labor
Was it paradise?
W ell, it might
demands have been taken care of,
scores need pickers. The crop is esti have been, hut it was the night before
mated between 3500 and 4000 tons. pay-day.- Exchange.
I/oca! loganberry juice factories have
TO HKKAK IN NEW MHOKtt A LW A Y S l SK
been installing improved devices.
Alton's Foot-Eru»«. th « antiseptic powder. It
A total o f H600 acres o f burned-over
land in the Mount Hebo district o f the
Siuslsw National foreat, in Tillamook
county, have now been replanted to
Douglas fir, according to Forest Exam
iner H. M. Johnson, who returned to
Eugene recently, after au|>erviaing the
planting o f 302,000 trees this spring.
About <180 trees were planted to the
acre. The work of replanting was be
gun in 1909.
C. W. Hooker, representative o f the
sales organisation in Los Angeles and
Southern California, left Hood River
Sunday on a tour o f Northwestern fruit
districts to survey crop conditions for
the Apple Growers’ association. Re
rent predictions o f the 1917 yield are
thought here to be greatly over-esti
mated. The Hood R iver crop this sea
son is not expected to reach 60 per
cent o f the crop o f last year, which
was approximately 1,500,000 boxes.
Three years’ results o f the Industrial
Accident commission’s work are sum
marized in the monthly report o f that
commission issued from Salem, and in
cidentally the report is the summary
o f all the work done by the commis
sion since the law went into effect.
Since November 5, 1914, the commis
sion has disbursed $1,982,326.92, as
follows: Balance in segregated fund,
$748,400.92; time loss, $679,890.56;
first aid, $274,425.38; burial expense,
$16,559.12; pensions paid. $90,245.71;
administrative expense, $172,715.23.
Fires in Oregon during June caused
a loss o f $54,620.
The number of
•‘ How do you manage* to kill tim e?” fires totaled 49, o f which 5 were in
“ 1 don’t oven do that much,” re Rosehurg, 11 in Portland, 2 in Oregon
plied the indolent man. ” 1 merely ait City, 1 at Prineville, and 1 at Spring-
down and w ait to see if it won't die u field. The rest were scattering. The
natural d e a th .W a * l> in g tn n Star.
figures were compiled by Fire Marshal
No III Wind.
E. J. Adams, State Highway com
"J a g g s naya thia raw, damp weather missioner, appeared in Justice Daniel
just suit» him.”
Webster’s court at Salem Tuesday and
“ Why, I undt-ratAnd him to say his paid a fine o f $7.50 for speeding. He
w ife whh very susceptible to cold.”
was accompanied by S. Benson, chair
“ T h a t’s just it.
When she takes man o f the Highway commission, and
cold, she can’t speak above a whis Herbert Nunn, State Highway engi
per. ’ ’— Exchange.
U*e Grandma’s .Sage Tea and
Sulphur Recipe und Nobody
WHOLESALE PLUMBING GOODS
FLEMING PLUMBING SUPPLY HOUSE
H A R V E S T E R S ' UNION TO AID
W ill Furnish Workers to Growers in
Wenatchee, Wash. —The Wenatchee
lesgue has established
temporary huatkjuarters in the Pogue
building. L. M. Hull ia acting as tem
The executive committee o f the
league met and mapped out a vigorous
has been divided into districts and a
committee has been appointed to can
vass each district. A house to house
visitation w ill be made and an oppor
tunity given the head o f every fam ily
to sign a membership card. This can
vass will reach from Sunnyslope to
Malaga on both aides o f the river. The
rancher, by his membership, enjoys
the use o f the league's services in
helping work out the labor problem.
W H EAT H IG H ES T IN AM ERICA
H e *s te llin g h e r th a t n o th in g he
re c e iv e d fr o m h o m e b ro u g h t m o re
j o y , lo n g e r-la s tin g P le a s u re , g re a te r
r e lie f fr o m th irs t and fa tig u e , th a n
S h e slipped a stick in e v e r y le tte r
and m aile d h im a b o x n ow and th e n .
N a tu r a lly he lo ve s h e r . she lo ve s
h im . and th e y b oth lo ve W R ( G L E y * S .
CHEW IT AFTER EVERY MEAL
Keep them in mind
Three fit a kind
Home Price is $2, Maximum Abroad is
$1.80 Per Bushel.
Washington, D. C.— Wheat prices
abroad, where the governments have
control o f food supplies, are shown to
be much lower than in the United
brovfnU tightness and blistering. Relieve* Corn*. States, by a report made to the food
Bunion», and Bwollen. Sweating. Aching Feet. administration Thursday by the allied
Gives re»t and comfort. Accept no »ubstitute.
Sample FREE. Addrea*. Allen 8. Olmsted. Le wheat commission. •
Roy. N . Y.
W hile wheat is selling well above $2
in this country, the government prices
in other countries, according to the
allied commission, are as follow s:
United Kingdom and France, $1.80;
Germany, $1.80; Belgium, $1.60; Aus
tralia, $1.14; India, $1.35; Italy,
Am erica’ s wheat stocks are lower
now than they have been for many
years. Estimates by the food admin
Aoy corn, whether istration g iv e the visible supply as
bard, soft or between the toes, will only 12,759,000 bushels, which is less
loosen right up and lift out, without than one-third o f the supply at this
a particle o f pain or soreness.
time last year.
This drug Is called freefone and la
a compound of ether discovered by a
$60,000 Payment is Made.
Aak at aoy drug store for a small
Medford, O r.— The final chapter in a
bottle of freezone, which will cost but mining deal o f importance came Thurs
a trifle, but la sufficient to rid one’s
day when the last payment o f $60,000
feet of every corn or callous.
Put a few drops directly upon any rash was made on the Queen o f Bronze
tender, aching corn or callous. In mine by John Hampshire, representing
stantly the soreness disappears and the purchasing syndicate.
shortly the corn or callous will loosen
The purchase price was $150,000, the
and can be lifted o ff with the fingers. syndicate being formed by Colorado
This drug freezone doesn't eat out
the corns or callouses but shrivels Springs mining men. A corporation
them without even Irritating the sur will be formed and the property oper
ated on an extensive scale. According
Just think! No pain at all; no sore to the owners, $283, COO worth o f ore
ness or smarting when applying It or was shipped from the mine in the past
If your druggist don't year.
have freezone have him order It for
GIVE THIS MAN
THE GOLD MEDAL
bf CUTTER'S BLACKLI8 PIUS
L o w -p tlc e d ,
Ire ah. reliable; |
p r e fe r r e d by
* eaten* *t«vk-
bscsin* they I
vacclnrt fa ll.
Writ* lor booklet and testimonial«.
10-SMtsks.riKkKiPlHt. $i oo
80-S m s ska. Staeklat nil«, i t 00
U«ft su r Infector, but Cutter’ » simplest and stroogr*t.
T b # superiority o f Outlet products >a due to over I »
yeara o l spe< tallcing In VACCI K B » AMO SBRVMS
O N LY . I n s i s t OH C i m i * » . H uaobtsinaW*.
«m iar direct.
Tiw Cattar Ir ts rtta tv . » • » • < • » . CsHtareta
MRS. KIESO SICK
Astoria faces a milk strike that is
being organized by the housewives.
The dealers increased the price per
month per quart July 1 from $2.50 to Restored to Health by Lydia E.
This raised a serious protest
Pinkbam’s Vegetable Compound.
among the housewives and approxi
mately 500 o f them from various sec
Aurora, 111.— “ For seven long months
tions o f the city held a meeting at I suffered from a female trouble, with
Uniontown to consider the situation.
severe pains in my
back and sides until
Hood R iver county authorities, de
1 became so weak i
clare that they look for early work of
could hardly walk
Bought, Sold, Rented and R «p*irod paving the six miles o f Columbia River
from chair to chair,
W A L K HR ELE C TR IC W ORKS
Highway in Hood R iver county that
and got so nervous
Bumaido. cor. loth.
I would jump at the
were graded in 1915 with the $75,000
slightest noise. I
HIDES, P E LT S , C A S C A R O A R K ,
was entirely unfit
to do my house
A. Rood, o f Heppner, whose auto
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
work, I wns giving
Ni win! ill you Dirt. Writ* for price« end thlpplng tags mobile was wrecked when he was turn
up hope o f ever be
TMl H. F. M orion C o . Pom»nl Ore; Seetll«, We. ing a right-angle corner just west o f
ing well, when my
Hood R iver on the Columbia river
sister asked me to
highway, has presented the county
try Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com
with a large danger sign, which will pound. I took six bottles and today I
am a healthy woman able to do my own
Aulo Supplies Direct to You be placed at the turn.
I wish every sutfering
W R ITE T O D A Y
woman would try Lydia E. Pinkham's
professional men displayed patriotism Vegetable Compound, and find out for
Tuesdy afternoon clearing weeds from themselves how good it Is.” — Mrs. C a r l
A. K ieso , 596 North A ve., Aurora, III.
112 Fourth St., Portland, Ore.
three acres planted to b ea t» by Boy
The great number o f unsolicited tes
Scouts o f that city. The laborers with timonials on file at the Pinkham Lab
hoes and other implements went to oratory. many o f which are from time
n i l i r e
Veal, Pork, Beef,
work in automobiles.
to time published by permission, aro
Poultry. Butter, F.fg.
proof o f the value o f Lydia E. Pink-
To arise funds fo r the women's ham's Vegetable Compound, in the
* * *
end Farm Produce
to the Old R .II.h l. Rvrrtiln* hmiw* with e
building at Eugene, 10,000 postcards treatment o f female ills.
record o f «6 y e a r , o f S q u a re IM alln«», and
are to be sold in lots o f 10 for 25
Every ailing woman In the United
be aaenred o f T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
cents. Each 25 cents w ill represent States is cordially invited to write to
F. M. CRONKHITE
the cost o f one brick.
The building the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.
4 M 7 Front Street
Portland. Or.v on
w ill coat $100,000 and the contractors (confidential), Lynn. Mass., fo r special
estimate 400,000 bricks w ill be re advice. I t is free, will bring you health
and may save your life.
P. N. U.
No. 28, 1917
" S o you don't think censorship is
“ Not at the present tim e,” replied
Senator Sorghum. “ I t ’S hard enough
to keep track o f the (ample who do
mischevious things, without trying to
atke complete care o f those who con
tent themselves with reckless talk.”
Loe W. Fluharty,
county agriculturist, announces he has
about completed the work o f organiz
ing the Yakima employment bureau,
which it Is hoped w ill solve the prob
lem o f the distribution o f labor in thia
county. The organization ia to work
In connection with the federal employ
ment bureau and Mr. Fluharty'a office
is to he made the clearing house for
The county ia divided into nine units,
each with an agent. Each agent works
In hia own community with a commit
tee o f three, and reports are made d i
rect to the central office. Each em
ployer pay* a fee o f 26 cents for each
man secured through the office.
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT
VAUGHAN’S PORTABLE DRAG SAW
Now $ 1 3 5
t r ,P. , 5N<»w $ 1 4 5
The Lightest and Strongest D rag Saw made —Can
be Operated by One Man and Carried by Two Men.
M o to r W o rk s ,
And Be Safe.
Ethel — How many times do
make a young man propose before
Muriel— I f you have to make
propose you’d better say yes the
tim e.— Puck.
N o Trysting Place.
“ These vegetable gardens taking the
you place o f flowers w ill be no place for
“ Why not?”
“ Because the eyes o f the potatoes
w ill always be on them and the ears
o f corn listening.” — Exchange.
"W h a t do you think o f fish crops for
Physician— Your case is such, ma
“ Just the thing.
Then the hired dam, that time alone w ill effect a cure.
Mrs. Randall — Then it is hopeless,
man could excuse himself for going
fishing at a busy season on the ground for 1 never have even five minutee.—
that he was fish harvesting.”
i L ife.
FOR SKIN TROUBLES
That Itch, Burn, Torture and Disfigure
Use Cutlcura— Trial Free.
Portland— W heat— Bluestem, $2:15
The Soap to cleanse and purify, the
per bushel; fortyfold, $2.10; club,
Ointment to soothe and heal. They
$2.10; red Russian, $2.05.
M illfeed— Spot prices: Bran, $32.00 usually afford immediate relief In
per ton; shorts, $35.00; middlings, itching, burning ecxemas, pimples,
$42.00; rolled barley, $48.00; rolled dandruff and most baby skin troubles.
They also tend to prevent little skin
Hay— Producers’ prices: Timothy, troubles becoming great if used daily.
Free sample each by mall with
Eastern Oregon, $2b.00 per ton; alfal
Address postcard, Cutlcura,
fa, $18.00; valley grain hay, $16.00.
Vegetables — Artichokes, 80c per D ept L, Boston.
dozen; tomatoes, $1.50 @ 1 .8 5
per — Ady.
crate; cabbage, 2@2Jc per pound;
lettuce, 856/40c per dozen; cucumbers,
45@90c per dozen; peppers, 30@40c
per pound; rhubarb, 2((/24c; peas, 34
6/5c; spinach, 64c; beans, 3@7c.
Green Fruits — Strawberries, $2@
2.25 per crate; cherries, 8@12c per
pound; apricots, $1.50@ 1.75 per crate;
cantaloupes, $email@example.com; peaches, 90c@
$1.25 per box; watermelons, 24@3c
per pound; apples, $firstname.lastname@example.org; plums,
$1.60(//2; currants, $1.506/1.75; rasp
berries, $1.75612; plums, $2.10.
Butter — Cubes, extras, 364c per
pound; prime firsts, 36c.
prices: Prints, extras, 38c; cartons, lc
extra; butterfat, No. 1, 38c; No. 2,
Eggs — Ranch, current receipts, 31
6/ 32c per dozen; ranch, selects, 34c.
Poultry— Hens, 16@17c per pound;
broilers, 1861'20c; turkeys, 20c; ducks,
old, 16c; young, 206722c; geese, 106/
V eal— Fancy, 156/; 154c per pound.
Pork— Fancy, 19@194c per pound.
Hope— 1916 crop, 36/'6c per pound.
W ool— Eastern Oregon, fine, 58(// 61c
per pound; coarse, 586/61c; valley,
7246775c; mohair, 60@65c.
Cattle— Steers, prime, $8.506710.00;
good, $8.006/8.25; medium, $7.6060
7.76; cows, choice, $7.00677.75; me
dium to good, $6.00677.00; ordinary to
fair, $5.0067 6.00;heifers, $5.00678.00;
bulls, $5.006/ 7.00; calves, $7.506/9.50.
Hogs — L igh t and heavy packing,
$15.866716.10; pigs and skips, $13.00
@13.50; stock hogs, $email@example.com;
rough heavies, $14.756716.00.
Sheep— Lambs, $10.006712.75; year
lings, $firstname.lastname@example.org; wethers, $8.0067
9.00; ewes, $5.00678.00.
A Complexion That
Don’t envy a good complexion, have
one. Each time you cleanse your faoe
with Reslnol Soap you give It a "beau
ty treatment” with the soothing, heal
ing Reslnol medication. If aided. In
severe cases, by a little Reslnol Oint
ment, this usually leaves the com
plexion naturally clear, fresh and free
from pimples, redness, roughness and
blotches. Reslnol Soap for the sham
poo keeps the hair live, rich, and free