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“ I always rail a spade a spade."
"W e ll, just now it’s not what you’re
calling one, but if you’re using one
that m atters." Exchange.
" I s your husband up y e t? " inquired
the early morning caller.
" I guesa he is,” replied the stern
woman at the door.
" Well, I’d like to say a few words
"S o would I. He hasn't come home
y e t ." —^oston Transcript.
.m e —1 am tired o f this manul labor
o f cleaning house. Did you look into
that vacuum cleaner pro|>ogition?”
He— Y es; there’s nothing in it.
N a t u r a lly .
"W h at t did he do when yo
you told him
he hadn't put a good face on the mat
" H e changed countenance."
"L ik e producea lik e ."
"D o n ’t you think that short rations
produce acme tall thinking?" — Ex
A W is e A n s w e r .
She (fishing for a propoaal) — Do
you ever find yourself hard up for
He— No, darling, but I ’m far too
hard up to express them. - Exchange.
A B S O R B
i n e
TRAM MARK MC.aS.PAT. Of F
Reduce« Bursal Enlargements,
1,1 T hickened. Swollen Tissues,
A \ Curbs, Filled Tendons. Sore-
ness from Bruises o r Strains;
if.V .tops Spavin I .amends, allays pain.
Does not blister, remove the hair or
lay up the horse. $2.00 a bottle
at druggists or delivered. B ook 1 M free.
ABSOKBINK, JR., for mankind an
antiseptic liniment for hniiaes, cuts, wounds,
(trains, painful, awollen veina or glands. It
heals and soothe». $1.00 a bottle at drug
gists or postpaid. Will tell you more if you
write. Made in the U. 8. A . by
W F »OUNG, P 0 f. 401 Tsmpl. It.. Spring« laid. Mass
B U Y D I R E C T Jg,
four Own Plumbing |
By tmylne direct from n . at whoteoalo price»
usd m m the plum ber's profit,. W rit. u . to
day you rneed». Wa will rtva you our rook-
bottom "dtrect-to-you" prtesa f. a b. rmtl or
boat. Wa actually a n you from 10 ta U par
eant. All sooda smarantued.
Northwout heuriquartera For lawder W ater
Syattma and rullar * Johnann F.natma.
ST ARK-DA VIS CO.
212 Third Straut.
P, N. U.
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N E E D
C A L L E D
WAR PRICES GO HIGH The Cooler
Only 717 Men to Be Drafted to Colors Pre-War Period o f Five Years Shows
in Oregon; 7296 In Washington
Enormous (.'limb Has Been Made
and 2287 from Idaho.
In Nenrly All Staple Foods.
District Fir.;;W arden
Dallas, reports that the fire in the
Sheridan Lumber company's Cedar
Creek camp on Mill Creek has de
stroyed property amounting to over
Washington, D. C. — Because Ore
Figures compiledjby^the department
gon, in proportion to population, fur
nished more volunteers for the Na o f iAtbor are accepted by the temporary
tional guard and regular army than food administration unquestionably aa
any other state in the Union, its quota, representing the moat accurate infor
under the selective draft, is the small mation on price conditions the country
over of any that are available from
The chamber ofj-ornmerce of Grants est assigned any o f the 48 states.
Pass has arranged, subject to the ap
The fact only 717 out of the 62,618 official sources. From that department
proval o f State Fire Commissioner young men of Oregon who registered comes a detailed statement of the d if
Harvey Wells, for the conducting o f June 6 will be drafted for the Ameri ference in the retail prices o f nine
classes in fire fighting methods to teach can army is, on its face, the highest staple food commodities for a pre-war
constables of rural towna and villages official testimonial that can be paid period o f five years, 1909 to 1913, in-
modern methods o f handling fires.
the manhood and patriotism of the cluaive, except in the matter o f eggs,
where Information was obtainable for
Dr. W. II. Lytle, state veterinarian, sons o f W ebfoot state.
On the basis o f her population, Ore the year 1913, as compared with aver
Wednesday telegraphed to Klamath
ages for the first three and four
Falla for specimens to investigate the gon was required, under the Isw, to
months of the present year, as nearly
nature o f poisoning which has killed
total army o f more than a million men. a war period as can be reduced to de
many head o f stock in Klamath county
The gross quota o f the state was com pendable figures.
the |.sat few days, and which has been
Flour for the pre-war period aver
puted to be 7387 men, but on April 1
suspected as work o f the 1. W. W.
Oregon hail in her National guard 2423 aged $6.712 per barrel, aa compared
Allotment o f 10 emergency fleet ves men. between April 1 and June 30 she with $11.66 for the first four months
sels to Coos Hay shipbuilders necessi recruited 2269 more for her National of 1917; lard raised from 15.06 to
tates the employment o f at least 400 guard and in that aame time 1974 Ore 23.40 cents, and butter from 36.3 to
additional men in the two yards at gon men enlisted in the regular army. 47.3 cents.
North Bend. The oflicera o f the com The total number o f men Oregon con
Cornmeal increased from $2.74 per
panies expect difficulty In oblainnig tributed to the army since April 1, 100 pounds to $4.07; ham from 24.1 to
the labor. They are assured, however, therefore, is 6657, and this number it 32.1 cents; bacon from 25.2 to 31.2
of government aid in filling their com deducted from the gross quota of the centa; milk from 8.7 to 10 centa; eggs
state in determining the number of from 33.8 to 46.7 cents, and dressed
poultry from 19.9 to 26.6 centa per
Unless there is a rain in the Lake- men to be drafted.
These comparisons o f pre
view section in a short time the farm
ers are going to suffer a large loas. ia credited with 13 additional men and war prices are with those for the first
three months o f the present year.
Following a cold, severe winter, the this number, added to the total number
weather has changed to a hot dry sum o f volunteers deducted from the gross
mer and the grain is burning up. The quota, leaves but 717 men subject to CORN SUPPLY LOWEST EVER
fall-sown grain la looking fine and a draft.
The state o f Washington, with a
good rrop would be assured if a heavy
larger population, was asked to raise Decrease o f 24 Per Cent in Nine Years
rainfall came soon.
1.1 per cent o f the total army, or a
The public service commission and gross quota o f 12,768.
Supplies of corn in the Central West
Genreal Manager Dyer, of the South
Washington had in her National have reached the lowest point ever
ern Pacific, still fail to reach a con guard, April 1, 2240, and from April 1
known, according to a statement of
clusion as to whether the road or the to June 30, recruited 1764 additional,
conditions for June 1, 1917, obtained
commiasion ia right in checking up car and also recruited 1446 men for the
from official sources.
shortages, another letter having been regular army, a total o f 5450. Wash
The five corn-producing states of
received by the commission from Mr. ington got, on adjustment, 22 more,
Iowa, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana and Ne
Dyer, in which he does not agree with leaving 7296 to be drafted out of 108,-
braska had on hand at that date but
the commission's ideas on the subject. 330 who registered June 6.
357,000,000 bushels, as compared with
Out o f 41,160 men who registered in an average o f 467,000,000 bushels for
Figures gleaned from the forthcom
ing Oregon Blue Book, which will be Idaho, 2287 will be drafted. Idaho had the nine preceding years, or a decrease
issed by Secretary Olcott in a week or a National guard o f 962, recruited 865 j in the reserve for these five states of
ten days, show that in the eight regu more, and recruited 711 men for the j 24 per cent. This is the smallest re
a total o f 2538
lar and two special elections aince regular
. to be
. de- (serve by 15,000,000 bushels during
1902, at which initiative or referen ducted from her quota, along with an t|ut period> the Bm.)test crop being in
Idaho s gross 19U when jt fe „ to 372, 000,000 bush
dum measures have been voted on, a adjustment o f eight,
total o f 166 measures have been sub quota was 4833.
els. The largest crop was in 1913,
Following are the net and gross to- when it reached 621,000,000 bushels.
mitted to the people. O f this number
56 have passed and 99 have been de tals for the Western states:
Iowa’s corn reserve for 1917 has de
Net. Groaa creased 15 per cent from the nine-year
23.060 34.846 average.
The emfiolyes o f the Kratz Shingle C-ahfomia...........
4 .8 »
Illinois' reserve shows a decrease of
. 7.87» 10.423
company at Clatakanie went out on Montana
1 .4 » 37 per cent, and is the smallest reserve
They demanded 10 North Dakota
in the entire ten years by 11,000,000
hours' pay for an eight-hour day.
u th D akota
Thomas Doyle was suspected by the S U o tah
. . 7.206
Ohio’s reserve is a decrease of 45
manager o f being an agitator. The W a»h trig-ton
W y o m in g . . . .
2.683 per cent from the nine-year average,
authorities were notified and the man
and is 29 per cent less than the pre
was requested to leave the state. Sun
vious low record for that period.
day afternoon the shingle weavers■
Indiana’s reserve is a decrease o f 23
held a meeting and decided to strike.
per cent from the nine-year average
Moat o f them are still In the city w a it-!
I and only in one year, 1909, was the re-
ing for a decision o f the company.
I serve less, and then only by a million
"M ade in Germany,” stamped on
(aicket scissors being placed in 76
Nebraska alone shows an increase,
duffle-bags which women of the Salem
and that o f only 4 per cent.
Patriotic League are preparing for
Washington, D. C.— Uncertainty as
members o f Company M, Third Oregon to Greece’s status in the world war
Spring Grain Crop ia Poor.
regiment, "somewhere in O regon," was cleared away Tuesday with the re
Spangle, Wash.—From reports and
was discovered by a husband o f one of ceipt o f official information that the
the women and caused a furore among Greek government not only has severed interviews with reliable farmers who
the men. The women were ignorant relations with all four o f the central own a section or more o f land in this
o f the fact that the little scissors bore powers, but is actually in a state of vicinity, the spring grain is a failure,
will not be cut at all, if rain does not
such a stamp, it ia stated, but they are war with them.
come within a few days. With rain,
Information has reached the State
the crop at its best will be 25 per cent
corporation. So far as is known eight department that the Greek minister in of a normal yield.
have been let on the Coast, two more Paris has notified the French govern
Winter grain will make between 65
being awarded to J. F. Duthie & Co., ment Greece considers herself a full and 75 per cent o f an average crop.
belligerent and will act accordingly.
o f Seattle.
Winter grain that was frozen and re
He said it was not only necessary to
Mr. Green, representing the Port issue a formal declaration o f war, as planted with wheat for which $3 per
land office o f the United States De the government feels itself bound by bushel was paid for the seed will not
partment o f Labor, was in conference the declarations previously issued at j be cut at all.
nt Dallas this week with District Ag- Saloniki by Premier Venzelos, who
ricultural Agent Cooler relative to the took with him to Athens all the re
Islmr needs o f Polk and Marion coun sponsibilities and commitments of the ,
ties. Mr. Green expressed the desire temporary Saloniki government.
of his office to give every assistance
As a belligerent Greece is expected ,
to the farmers in the way of getting to lose no time mobilizing her war re
Portland— Wheat— Rluestem. $2:08
the necessary help during the harvest sources and joining effectively in the ; per bushel; forty fold, $2.05; club,
$2.10; red Russian, $2.00.
allies’ operations in the Balkans.
Millfeed— Spot prices: Bran, $32.00
The strength o f the Venizelos army
for many years
“ Mayor” o f the tented city at the Ore is placed at about 60,000 men, and the per ton; shorts, $35.00; middlings,
gon State Fair, has again been named remnants o f the former regular army, $42.00; rolled barley, $48.00; rolled
superintendent o f the camp grounds, while not over 30,000 now, has at j oats, $50.
Hay— Producers’ prices; Timothy,
according to an annoucement made by times been mobilized to a total of
A. H. Lea, secretary o f the State fair 200,000 men, and is capable o f reach- j Eastern Oregon, $26.00 per ton; alfal
isiard. Demand for space on the camp ing 300,000 if munitions are provided. fa, $18.00; valley grain hay, $16.00.
Vegetables — Artichokes, 80c per
The regulars practically were demo
grounds is greater than ever before.
Judges already named are; Carlos W. bilized by the allies when former King dozen; tomatoes, $1.50 @ 1 .8 5
Hall, Denver, to judge Holsteins, Red Constantine held the organization as s crate; cabbage, l(ff'2c
Polls, Brown Swiss and Dairy Short threat to the allies’ rear, but can lettuce, 357<7 40c per dozen; cucumbers,
j 40((i90c per dozen; peppers, 30<<i40c
horn cattle; T. A. Saunders, Manilla, quickly be called to the colors again.
Commissioner Jonnart, whom the al per pound; rhubarb, 27<i24c; peas. 3)
Iowa, beef cattle; Harry Jenkins,
III., Jerseys and lies entrusted with enforcing Constan (il'Bc; spinach, 6 (c; beans, 3(ii 7c.
Green Fruits — Strawberries. $2 (ft,
Guernseys; Thomas Brunk,
Salem, tine's abdication, has reported that s
swine; Oscar Nelson, Coeur d ’Alene, Greek army of 250,000 will be raised 2.50 per crate; cherries, 8(<712c per
poultry, and Mrs. Alice Weister, Port to add to the 700,000 allied soldiers al pound; apricots, $firstname.lastname@example.org per crate;
¡cantaloupes, $l(r73.25; peaches, 75cf(i
ready in the Balkans.
land, on exhibita.
$1.25 per box; watermelons, 2(<t3ic
per pound; apples, $2072.50; plums,
Following a confreence at Salem be
Bride in Khaki Sent Home.
$1.60072; currants, $1.25071.50; rasp-
tween Governor Withycombe, Adju
An Atlantic Port — Somewhere in
berries, $1.75072; plums, $2.00.
tant General White and State Fire France is a sergeant in the American
Cubes, extras, 37c per
Marshal Wells as to the menacing I. army who was married just before he pound; prime firsts, 36|c.
W. W. situation In Eastern Oregon, left the United States and ventured to prices: Prints, extras, 38c.
the adjutant general made the import take hia bride with him on the trans- | Eggs— Ranch, current receipts, 33i
ant announcement that there is in pro- port which carried his regiment over- 0734c per dozen; ranch, candled, 36c.
cessH o f formation a battalion o f sol seas. She went with him aa a soldier
Poultry— Hens, 160717c per pound;
diers, to be msde up of experienced dressed in regulation khaki and with broilers, 200721c; turkeys, 20c; ducks,
military training, to be stationed per her hair out short. Tuesday the young old, 15c; young, 200722c; geese, 1007
manently in Oregon for home defense woman returned from France, her 12c.
against just such situations as the I. effort to poae as a "Sam m y” having
Veal— Fancy, 15(0716c per pound.
W. W. danger.
Her husband, it was said
Pork— Fancy, 19(0i 20c per pound.
Wool— Eastern Oregon, fine. 68(<r61c
Fires burning in the brush above aboard the ship, was a member of a
regiment stationed in Arizona.
per pound; coarse. 580761c; valley,
Mabel, near a rich timber region, have
72(0775c; mohair, 600765c.
been causng some concern. A areat
Police Chiefs Suspended.
Cattle— Steers, prime, $8.500710.00;
cloud o f smoke was visible from Eu
East St. Louis, III. — The board of good, $8.00078.25; medium, $7.500?
gene. A telephne message from Wend- fire and police commissioners, after a 7.76; cows, choice, $7.00077.76; me
ling stated that the situation waa not meeting Sunday night, announced that dium to good, $6.00077.00; ordinary to
Chief o f Police Ranson Payne and fair, $5.0007 6.00;heifers, $5.00078.00;
Jay H. Upton was in Salem recently Night Chief Con Hickey had been sus-1 bulla, $5.0007,7.00; calves, $7.60079.50,
Hogs — Light and heavy packing,
from Prinevilie to request the Bonding pended pending investigation o f the
Board, which includes Attorney Gen police department. According to W. $15.000715.50; pigs and skips, $12.50
eral Bmwn, State Engineer Lewis and G. Watkins, chairman o f the board, the 0718.50; stock hogs, $12.000713.00;
Bank Suparintendent Sargent, to cer suspension of the two officials ia due to rough heavies, $14.000714.50.
Sheep— Lambs, $6.00(8112.75; year
tify to $900,000 worth o f a $1,100,000 the recent race riota, and ia the first
bond isaue on the Ochoco irrigation step in an investigation that iaj expect lings, $8.500710.00; wethers, $8.0007
ed to shake up the entire department. 9.00; ewes, $4.00078.00.
project near Prinevilie.
GREECE ENTERS WMI
1 SIDE OF ALLIES
T h e D rink T h at Fita
Is In the Bottle!
A Brew that Stands Alone.
Made by our patented process.
Ask your dealer. IChe has’nt it
in stock, ASK
Brewing Co.J Portland, Oregon.
ANN OUNCEM ENT
VAUGHAN’S PORTABLE DRAG SAW
TI m Lightest and B tron*««t D ra* 8
h« Operated by One Man and Carried by T w o Meo.
M o to r
W ork *,
But Not o f tho Tracks.
Can’ t Be in Both Place«.
“ What is the occupation o f (ho old
" I declare it is simply outrageous
man who is alwaya asking at the li all they demand o f women."
brary for books on Indians and Egypt
"W h a t’s the matter now ?"
ians and Orientals and tho like?”
“ On one hand, they are calling oo
“ He gives people tip* on tho
women to come to the front, and the
next minute they want them to work
A Still, Small Volca
hard in their back yard."
“Our friend, Henry Peck, says be
hns a voice in the management o f his
"Y ou r boy Joah continues to interest
“ Yes, Just a voice. That’s all ids himself in football.’ ’
wife allows him.”
“ Y es,” replied Farmer ComtaaaoL
"W h en he gets to explainin’ philo
Widespread Use of English.
sophy an’ mathematics I have to quit.
Of all the letters that pass through But when he talks football, I can un
the post offices of the world two-thirds derstand every word he says.” — Wash
are written by and aent to people who ington Star.
Just for a Change.
Just in His Line.
Crawford— The janitor o f our flat ia
"M y sculptor friend can’t 'd o any going to give an entertainment.
thing at all with his backyard vege
Crabshsw— For your sake, I hope it
will be a housewarming.—Judge.
"T h a t’s odd.
A sculp ter, o f all
men, ought to be able to carve out
Not Being Done.
success from a model garden." — Ex.
He— What did you think of the play?
She— It wasn’t true to life.
W oof! W oof!
He— How so?
She— Well, the wife continually asks
Percival— Will you be annoyed if I
for money, and gets it.— The Lamb.
enjoy a weed in your presence?
Patience— Not at all. I look at to
bacco in the same light as hay. I
don’ t eat it myself, but 1 like to see
“ Do you think a sensation reformer
others enjoy it.— The Punch Bowl.
does any harm?”
" N o , " replied Senator Sorghum.
“ But he is liable to cause a number of
individuals disappointment by making
them think it doesn’t require any ^spe
cial gifts to charm a crow d."
With the Fingers!
Says Corns Lift Out
Without Any Pain
Don’ t Rock the Boat.
"T h ey say there's a great wave of
prosperity sweeping over the country."
"Guess that’s right! I know it takes
You reckless men and women who all I can earn to keep from being
are pestered with corns and who have swamped.” — Boston Transcript.
at least once a week invited an awful
death from lockjaw or blood poison
are now told by a Cincinnati authority
“ I haven’t had a bite for two d ays,"
to use a drug called freezone, which whined the tramp.
the moment a few drop* are applied
"N either have I ,” responded the
to any com or callous the soreness is
relieved and soon the entire corn or summer boarder.
"R otten fishing around h ere."—
callous, root and all, lifts off with the
Freezone dries the moment it is ap
plied, and simply shrivels the com or
Doesn't Have to Buy Grain.
callous without inflaming or even Ir
Teacher—Thirty-three eggs at 35
ritating the surrounding tissue or
skin. A small bottle of freezone will cents a dozen is what?
Pupil— Outrageous, pa says. — Ex.
cost very little at any of the drug
stores, but will positively rid one’s
Sense o f Neatness.
feet of every hard or soft co m or
hardened callous. If your druggist
“ Dosen’t it annoy you to be obliged
hasn't any freezone he can get it at to get under your automobile and try
any wholesale drug houae for yon.
to adjust the mechanism?"
“ N o,” replied Mr. Chuggins, " I
Life as An inspiration.
don’t mind that part of it.
There is no greater Joy than the feel don’ t think it's right for my w ife to
ing that some net of ours hns Inspired make me stay there in hiding till dark
another to be brave and strong. One so that people can’t see how mussed
of the beautiful things about right do up I a m ."— Washington Star.
ing Is that It Is inspiration to others.
No life is n real success which lias not
scattered Inspiration ail along the way.
“ There does not seem to be so much
enthusiasm about baseball this year.
How is it ? ”
“ Well, you see, men being in de
A boy may think he owns nothing in mand and in a way scarce, fans can’t
the world, but here he is mistaken. He afford to kill the um pires."— Balti
owns his own character—a most Im more American.
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Louisville, Kv.— “ For four years I
Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere. suffered from female troubles, head
aches, and nervousness. I could not
sleep, had no appetite and it hurt me to
Had Courage of His Convictions.
walk. If I tried to do anv work, 1
Francis Bacon, who was boro In
would have to lie down before it waa
London January 22, 1560, had an aver
finished. The doc
sion for dueling, a practice prevalent
tors said I would
In England in his day, observes a writ
have to be opera
ted on and I simply
er in the Washington Post. He lived
b r o k e down.
from 1560 to 1C26. The great essayist
made an address against dueling, in
to try Lydia É.
star chamber session In proceedings
Pinkham ’ « V a g a -
against two men— one for writing and
t a b l e Compound,
sending a challenge, the other for de
and the result is I
livering It Bacon was then king’s at
feel like a new wom
an. I am well and
strong, do all my
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