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NAVAL ACADEMY CUSS OF 1918 IS GRADUATED
BIG HARVEST OF PEAS
Acres Near Moscow,
Idaho. Expected to Give Average
Yield o f 10 to 12 Rushela.
A Anken* N i«.,
Portland. O r*
H ates, 75c, 91.00, $1.50.
Ktlw. II. (iouily,
D ii » Minuto from W «ah
ina u»n tftreet.
M a n «u «i,
W H E N IN
S E A T T L E 'S
H O T EL
Only Ihroe block a fn*m
»m l Ducks. Op*
|MMilU*('lty IlsJt I ’srk smi (u u rt Houae.
T f l K KINKHT D n i. u u t ItOOM IN A M E R IC A
W ith detached bath. I
It W f l AO
it iioraori». 11 &U ftt 00
With private bath. 1 pera.i..
« 1 » «.ISO ».DO
Xparaon.. 6 0U U Ml M OO
••W hen In Seattle Try the F rye”
(Ñ i e w H o u s to n H o te l
Ht^lh »tu«I Mvvrctl SU , I'ortUiul. Off.
I Poor blocks from Union I>e|*»l. T w o blocks
I f r o n N o m ‘t•ntoifli*«».
n and fll »p lW <
I O ver l GO «»titanio ii.rin « llalee ib r to ji.M k
CH AH. C HOl*KINS. Mansar.
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY CHILD
R o m Clljr Park. Forllaad, Oregon.
Phone I ■ Lor I OH I
S E L E C T H O A R D IN G A N D
D A Y S C H O O L T O R G IR L S
(B o y s U n d e r 10 A d m it te d .)
Offers aireptkmt) *dvunlttgoa. l.lmitod num
ber i * |<U|>ils. Individual rare, Thorough muni,
tnottl I. physlrsl training.
m a ilr
fr o m
your O U )
PETS. Ha,; Rugs woven «11 sizes.
Mailorders reenveprom pt and <■««•-
fu l attention. Send f o r booklet.
NORTHW EST RUC CO.
E. AGt and Taylor Ms.
D R U G S B Y M A IL
i ELECTRIC MOTORS
B ought, Sold, R e n te d and K «p a ir e d
W AI.KKH H.KCTKIC WORKS
fftimaide. cur. 10th.
ST U D Y btiokkeeping, shorthand, telegraphy.
lir»n«'hea. at an « r e n i l i led
school, write, or phone Main UK) for catalogue;
graduates gitaranteed (»agitions, liehnke-Walker
Huai ness (ulkig«. If? |lh S t w t , « f a r Morrison,
O ld F alse T eeth B ou o h t
okier the le llrr, crowns, brul|few»»rk IkHifht
A. N. Wight. Ho* *40. Portland. Oregon.
An U l* o f Franc*.
The smallest dependency o f France
Is the lie d ’ Hoedie. situated at the
east o f llelle Isle. Its population is
238. The people do not speak French,
but Celtic. Fishing is the principal
industry snd all the inhabitants are
provided with food at an inn managed
A Paradoxical Trade.
“ The more industriously thnt man
works, the more he suafiends opera
“ How do you make that out?”
" H e ’s u p s p c r h s n g e r .B a ltim o r e
H ere’s un aritcle says China wants
more boring e ffo rt.”
“ Why don’ t Sis suggest to that tire
some fellow that calls on her; it would
be such a nice opening or him there?”
N ot Ilia Fault.
Mamma — Why, Harry, what's the
Harry My new shoes hurt my feet.
Mamma No wonder, dear; you have
them on the wrong feet.
Harry — W ell. I can't help it.
ain’ t got no other feet.
Kill All Flies!
Plared anywhere.Del»* rty K iller nttn _t» and kills all
“ ‘ ■*'
a renient, aad cheap.
/ »•*•* Vay:tt% B f£
)" ls y Fly K iller
r?«p^ír<íír*’ ¡? jiTs*
HAROLD lO M im , 110 DaKatk Ave., Breeklr«, M. ▼.
HIDES, PELTS, CA8CARA BARK,
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
ft tMl ill ft» km. Writ« fir prtcas in« iMppln* lu*
T he H. F. N orton C o . frite«, on., turn«, w«.
G U ID
“ '- Pork-
and Farm Produce
to the OM Reliable Fvardtnr Kotiea with ■
record of 4* rear« of Square I reeling., end
be secured of T O P M AR K ET PfU C ts.
F. M. CRONKHITE
«S-47 Freni Street
P. N. U.
N o. 32, 1 *1 7
i» » p t ñtit <t )»y
^ WiH* log bookl*« end »eattmoaial*. Ä
10 4 « M pkf. Machia« PW», 11 M
pki* MacAlas Pitta. *4 HO
I I' m an/Intccto*, fort Ctitter'« «tmpio» «
| | « 4' e » c r « í
CORNS LIFT OUT
W A R SPEEDS UP
SAVING IN TIME IS SHOWN
L A U E D A V I S D R U G CO.
Truaa E x p e rts
T h ird an d Y a m h ill, P o rtla n d , Or.
W e Pay the Postase.
If In need of Pure Drug* »ad t hemic ala. Arch
Supporla. Shoulder Hr*« ee. I K U S 3 B , Pleatir
.Stork mgs. A »nl«»min*l Supporter«, Suapenaory
Handafe. for M m and all other Rubber Good»
uf every dsecrtptkm. »end U» the
LOSSES stun. Y PtEYEJrm
sv c u m « a si « cm re n u s
L o v p flc c i
k~h. reâUUa, '
TB« aupwrk r t r of CtatM* fwo«ft*cM la A
Moscow, Idaho— Farmers in the v i
■ ■ A m MMM m la VArcim*jfl|
ixtM iuNCvnua H
cinity o f Moscow are busy harvesting
their peas. It is estimated that there
are 10,000 acres in peas in the imme
diate vicinity o f Moscow this year,
"5 ’g ,
and despite the abnormal season- cold
Eye* infUmcd by •spa.
and wet in the spring and a record-
sure to f
breaker for lack o f rain and heat in K ? _ r ***.
quíclüy relieved by Marin
the summer— it is fe lt that it is clearly t V ©
demonstrated that this is a field pea
country, that in ordinary years they Y o u r Druggist's ÎÔc per Bottle. Marin Eye
io T u b e«2 1 e. F o rB e o k sllh c fy «fre e m ik
w ill do well.
D ruggist« or Marisa Eya
< | C e ..
The best estimates obtainable on the
present crop here this year ia 10 to 12
bushels to the acre. Some fields will
Elmer A . Nichols just
south o f the city has 230 acres that is
expected to average 20 bushels.
price expected is $3.60 as the mini
The 11)18 cluhi at AuuapoiU w n graduated on June 2H, one year ahead of time, becauae o f war conditions. mum, so that even at 10 bushels it
The 11)17 class wss graduated In February. The two row. In the center constitute the close o f 1011) youths.
w ill mean $35 an acre fo r the crop.
Farmers who planted peas this year
wilt only be a question o f time before are encouraged to go in fo r a much
You corn-pestered men and women
America Is shipping her coal to all larger acreage next year.
need suffer no longer. W ear the shoe«
parts o f the globe.
that nearly killed you before, says
S t r a w b e r r y M o n e y is D iv id e d .
thla Cincinnati authority, because a
Hood R iver — The Apple Growers’ few drops of freezone applied directly
association has completed its most suc on a tender, aching corn or callus,
cessful strawberry season in the mat stops soreness at once and soon the
ABOUT 5,000,000 DEAD
corn or hardened callus loosens so It
ter o f dollars and cents.
IN B ATTLIN G ARMIES
Following is the list o f the 14 pools, can be lifted out, root and all, with
tilting tho entire car on the side—a
No Port In World as Well Equip by
showing the dates and the average out pain.
grunt Improvement over the process
New York.— From a careful
A small bottle of freezone costs
price realized from a crate o f 24 boxes.
of unlocking s trapdoor In the bottom
ped as New York to Han
study o f what has been made
It ia the actual net money received very little at any drug store, but will
o f the car and letting the coal allde
positively take o ff every hard or soft
public regarding casualties In
which is being distributed to the grow corn or callus. This should be tried,
These machines have a
the three years o f war. It appears
June 1 and 2, $4.80; aa it Is inexpensive and Is said not
cupadty o f 0,000 tons each a day.
that about 6,000,000 combatants
June 3 and 4, $3.33; June 5 to 11, in to Irritate the surrounding skin.
have lost their Uvea and about
Having o f time to the shipowner
If your druggist hasn’t any freezone
clusive, $3.45; June 12 to 15th, in
5,000,000 have been killed, cap
here 1« shown by comparison with
clusive, $3.51; June 16th, $3.64; June tell him to get a small bottle fo r you
< ardlff, the English port where the
tured, reported missing or so
17 to 19, inclusive, $3.30; June 20, from his wholesale drug house. It la
badly wounded that they can
largest tonnage o f English coal Is
$3.18; June 21 to 24, inclusve, $2.80; fine stuff and acts like a charm every
High Speed Coal Dumpers and Light louded for export. In loading a vea-
not return to the front.
June 25 to 26, inclusive, $2.63; June time.
ers Simplify Work— 10.000 Tons
takes no account o f the millions
Hel. for example, the English shipper
27 to 30, inclusive, $2.09; July 1 to 5,
Pacifism at Home.
o f slightly wounded men.
uses u railroad car o f ten or twelve
Can Be Loaded in Six-
inclusive, $1.81; July 6 to 11, inclu
The table below gives the
Iona, while the American uses one of
“ Bobbie, run over to the next door
sive, $1.87; July 12 to 18, inclusive,
losses o f all the Ughtlng nations
fifty to ulnety tons cnpaclty, so that
neighbor and take what eggs and but
$2; July 19 to 27, inclusive, $2.25.
New York.— W ar has speeded up the Cardiff docks must discharge from
In killed and In men put out of
ter you find in the refrigera tor.”
coaling of ehipe lu the port o f New live to teu carloads to every oce dis
the struggle by death, wounds,
“ But isn’t that stealing.”
Tiny New Spuds Sprout.
York until no other port In the world charged In New York In order to main
“ Certainly not.
They are pacifists
sickness or capture:
at the present time le us well equip tain the same speed.
and expect i t . " — L ife.
E N T E N T E A L L IE S .
ped to haudiv this lm|M>rtnnt task.
T otal K illed
Carried by Steel Collier«.
' their potatoes are not maturing, but
Ho faet has become the coaling of
are already sprouting in the ground.
Steel colliers ply between Boston
big vessels that enormous liners like
None here has been able to explain the
Killed, for fighting.
tbo Imperstor can hsve their bunkers and Hampton Roads, a distance of 600
G reat B rita in ... . »00.000
condition and apparently all locations
filled to their capacity o f 10,000 ton« miles. Each one o f these ships la capa
F ran ce ...... « . . .
and all soils in the immediate vicinity
ble o f making a round trip every week
In 10 hour«.
If you want to experiment on your
are affected in this manner. Some o f
Itely .................. . 120,000
The reason for the Increased speed and transporting 350,000 tons o f coal
the early varieties have grown suffi akin, there are plenty of treatments
Is largely blgh apeed coal dumpers a year. A vessel o f the same tonnage,
ciently to be served on the tables, but to experiment with. But If you want
R oum anie ........ . lot'.'«»
and fuel lighters. Each one o f the however, carrying a cargo o f coal from
M ontenearo ___
the late planting w ill be hardly worth something whose value has been
latter la able to give a ship 1,000 tons Cardiff to a port 000 miles away
P o rtu g a l ........... . Sm all
proven by years and years of success
so far as the war gardens are
U nited State« ..
o f coal In eight hours, an achieve would take a week at Cardiff to load
ful use, If you want a treatment that
.............. . Sm all
The potatoes which are doctors prescribe constaatly, that you
ment due innluly to special coal ele Its cargo and another week at Its des
sprouting are sometimes as small as a know contains nothing harsh or injur
Totola ............ .S,178,000
tination to discharge it. Thus New
pea, frequently as small as a walnut. ious, you w ill find it in Reslnol Oint
C E N T R A L POW ERE.
ltut ships requiring 1,000 tons or 1 ork laden ships can make three trips
The seed potatoes remain in the ment, «tided by Reslnol Soap. Sold by
G erm any ......... .1.120,000
less ara In the big majority, whether to one for a Cardiff laden vessel.
A u stria ............ . <»,00»
ground in much the same condition as all druggists.
transatlantic or coastwise trade le
T u rk ey ...... « . . . . 14&.ÜO0
Such things aa these are what places
B u lg a ria ........... .
considered. And It le not essential New York as the greatest port In the
that for such ships thero should be s world nnd makes American coal op
T otals fo r both
Butterfat Prices Soar.
el4 «s ............... 5.07Î.OO
loading device separate from the coal erators feel that there Is a great op
Ethel has the g ift o f graphic descrip
Marshfield, O t . — Butter fa t is bring tion. Until recently she was a little
barges to enable a continuous stream portunity for exporting American coal.
ing an average o f 56 centa in Cooe country g ir l; now she lives in a large
o f bargee to ply to and from coal Five different companies within re
cent months have established fleets o f
A government bureau In the Phil county and creamery butter is selling town. The first letter she wrote back
In a Single Day.
specially designed carriers on the ippines la trying to supply a dearth of at higher prices than ever before in to her old home began like this:
For the overage vessel a total of theory that with our tremendous coal native food fish In certain waters by the summer season. Two-pound rolls
“ This is a queer place.
N ext door
300 tuna la usually sufticlent. and this supply and superior port facilities It imported Chinese carp.
are bringing from $1.05 to $1.15 each. is fastened on to our house. ” — B alti
menus that a ship o f this sort may
The creamery operators report a more Sun.
discharge n cargo and take on a new
heavy fallin g off in milk receipts,
one nil In the course of a single day.
due to the drouth conditions. Many
With the adoption o f the modern
pastures have dried up entirely and
“ It is a shame the way that beauty
lighter It la un easy matter to load
some cattle are actually on short doctor is selling those pretty girls gold
coal while the cargo Is being unload
July milk deliveries were bricks.”
“ Entirely legitim ate busi
ed and a new one taken on. One mod
much lighter than those fo r the month ness. He is merely gra ftin g peaches.”
ern high-speed lighter can coal three Blow Up Their Boats in Waters
o f June.
Among the fishing
auch ships In an eight-hour day.
A L L E N 'S FOOT-EA8K DOES IT.
Around the Emerald
boats sunk were two fine motorboats
When your shoes pinch or your Corns and Bun-
This development o f modern light
tons ache, vet Allen’s Foot-Ease, the antiseptic
belonging to the Baltimore Piscatorial
ers Is eqnalled by better facilities for
powder to be shaken into shoe« and sprinkled in
schools, a motorboat the property of
the foot-bath. Gives instant relief to Tired. Ach
transferring coal from enrs to barges.
ing. Tender Feet. Sample FREE. Address Allen
John Beamish, Sklbbereen, and two
Huge steel dumping machines now
S. Olmsted. LeRoy. New York-
motorboats owned by Mr. Cottrell.
take up a 50-ton car bodily, elevate It
Portland— Wheat — Blues tern, new,
nnd empty Its contents Into tho barge
SOFT, C LE A R SKINS
$2.86W'2.40; fortyfold, $2.34 @ 2.36;
The pirates did not spare even the club, $2.326^,2.35; red Russian, $2.30 Made So by Daily Use o f Cuticura
MAKES C LEVER DEFENSE
To Remark, “ We Thought You Liked smallest craft, for they bombed two (?2.32.
Soap and Ointment— Trial Free.
With a great hammer
M illfe e d - - Spot prices: Bran, $35
the Irish," They Retort, “ Ah, You
The last thing at night and the first
they smashed to bits the engine o f a per ton; shorts, $38; middlings, $45;
Don’t Know Us Yet” — To
in the morning, bathe the face freely
little boat belonging to John Dom>- rolled barley, $51; rolled oats, $55.
Cut Food 8upply.
with Cuticura Soap and hot water. If
Hay— Producers' prices: Timothy, there are pimples or dandruff smear
van o f Castletownshend nnd left It to
them with Cuticura Ointment before
Sklbbereen, County Cork.— Herman
No lives were lost, but for that the 19; wheat, new crop, $15<ul6; oat and bathing.
Nothing better than Cuti-
submarines have been actively en
vetch, new crop, $16<iil7.
cura for daily toilet preparations.
gaged In the destruction o f the Irish Huna deserve no thanks, fo r they re
Free sample each by mall with
Vegetables— Tomatoes, $1.25(0.2 per
Ashing fleets In the waters around fused the fishermen permission to take
Address postcard, Cntlcnra,
crate; cabbage, 2 (c per pound; let Book.
these coasts. O f course it Is impossi oars Into their punts.
D ep t L . Boston.
One Cape Clear man, resenting this tuce, $firstname.lastname@example.org per crate; cucum — Adr.
ble to designate here the exact local
bers, 40w.60c per dozen; peppers, 8@
ities where or the dates when the Prus
10 c per pound; beans, 6(080 per pound;
sian pirates did their cowardly work. tain o f the submarine:
com, 30CO35c per dozen.
" I thought ye Germans would do
Hut their purpose Is plain to all the
Potatoes— New, 2 ((a 3 (c per pound.
world— to cut off part o f Ireland's and nothing to the Irish— that ye liked
Green Fruits— Apricots, $1.25@l-50;
England's food supply, for mackerel
cantaloupes, 95 @ $2.85 per
“ Ah, my dear fellow, you don’t know
teem In these waters.
peaches, 65c(0$1.25 per box; water
The submarines were busy many the Germans yet," was the command
melons, $1.75(02 per hundred; apples,
miles outside from Kenmare in Kerry er's curt reply.
$1.35(02.50; raspberries, $1.75 @ 2;
to Howth on Dublin bay. Many Ash
The Germans Intimated that they pears, $2; grapes, $2; blackberries,
ing ornft are at the bottom o f the sea. had sunk all the Ktnsale fishing boats $2.16.
and the men who owned them and the as they had come along to Baltimore,
Butter— Cubes, extras, 40(@ 4 lc ; Restored to Health by Lydia
fishermen who worked on them are and that off Dunmore they had de prime, firsts, 39Jc.
E Pinkham’* Vegetable
stroyed the W aterford fishing fleet Prints, extras, 44c; cartons, lc extra;
They made no secret of the fact, but butterfat. No. 1, best bid, 46c; No. 2,
Affixed Bombs on Boats.
On a certain evening about seven on the contrary boasted about It and 42c.
o'clock the fishing fleet put out from declared that they would have every
Eggs— Ranch, current receipts, 36c
Baltimore, on Baltimore bay, near Irish fishing boat at the bottom o f per dozen; candled, 37(@38c per doz
Fulton, N . Y . — “ W h y will women
Sklbbereen. The flrat numbered about the sea before a month. Furthermore en; selects, 39c.
pay out their money for treatment and
6 y A
■ .VLtkJ eighty boots o f all classes and em one o f the submarine crew said they
Poultry— Hens, 15(al6(c per pound;
receive no benefit,
braced several boats from Arklow, Intended shelling villages on this broilers, 18 @ 20c; turkeys, 186121c;
when so many have
Mrs. Helen Hill Weed, duughter of
roved that Lydia
ducks, old, 136il5c; young, 17@18(c;
the Connecticut congressman, who by County Wicklow. A few hours after
!. Pinkham’s V eg e
geese, old, 8(«i9c.
"It's All Up Now."
her clever defense o f herself and her the fleet aet out a German U-boat of
table C o m p o u n d
twelve sister-suffragettes has won the tho Intent pnttern. about 300 feet In
Consternntlon and despair have
1917 contracts, 186120c; 1917 fuggles,
admiration o f the court nnd all mem length, appeared. The submarine did seised our unfortunate flsherfolk.
w ell? For over a
year I suffered so
bers o f the bar who followed with In
“ It Is all up now, sir." said a Balti
C a t t le -
from female weak
terest their trlRl for "obstructing the defenseless Ashing boats; the crew more skipper, "when they are sinking
ness I could hardly
traffic” In front o f the White House
our fishing boats.” When I told him
st and a n d w a s
Good beef steers........ ..
7. SOCa: 8.25
and so destroyed them.
I would expose the Huns’ deviltry he Best beef cows..........
afraid to go on the
This ardent suffragist took upon her
street alone. Doc
Ordinary to good . . . . ..
self the duties o f counsel nnd won the hapless fishermen to get Into thetr
tors said medicines
“ Oh, then, do. slrt Tell all America Best h e ife r s ............... ..
great favor with the lawyers by her small boats; then nil thetr belongings, the Germans are the worst savages
w ere useless and only an operation
would help me, but Lydia E. Pinkham's
skillful cross-examinations. Mrs. Weed which In ninny enses Included con on earth, and that this Is their most
C a lv e s ......................... . .
8.50® 9.50 Vegetable Compound has proved it
never studied law In her llfo hut ahe siderable sums of money, were sent to cowardly blow yet, nnd that we hope
Stockers and feeders. . .
4.60® 7.25 otherwise. I am now perfectly well
certainly made things hutn some In the the bottom. Had It not been fo r the and trust that with the aid o f our kith
and can do any kind o f work.’ 1— Mrs.
appearance o f a British patrol, which
and kin over there the archfiends will Prime light h o g s ........ . .$15.60®15.75 N b l l i e P h e l p s , care o f R. A . Rider,
Despite her strong defense, the auf- caused the submarine to submerge at soon be swept from the face o f the
Prime heavy hogs , . . . .. 15.50® 15.65 R.F.D . No. 6, Fulton, N. Y .
frnglstn were adjudged guilty snd fined once. It la certain that all the fleet earth."
W e wish every woman who suffer*
P i g s ............................. .. 14.10® 14.75
$25 apiece. T w o o f the ladlea paid,
from female troubles, nervousness,
the other eleven electing to serve three thnt escaped returned to port with an
backache or the blues could see the let
The Investment In the electrical In
days In Jail— the alternative.
Mrs. abundance o f fish, but are not ventur
ter« written by women made well by Ly
dia E. Pinkham’ » Vegetable Compound.
Weed was one o f the eleven to choose ing out again, so that In one night dustries o f thla country la equal to
I f you hare bad symptoms snd do not
Jail. Upon their release they wera roy the Ashing fleet o f Baltimore has been the assessed valuation o f real property
Y earlin gs.....................
understand the cause, write to th«
ally feted by «he woman's party In the put out o f action by the Germane, and Improvement In Greater New
W ethers....................... . .
8.00® 8.50 Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.,_Lynn,
which means a loss of many thousands T o r t .
ass., fo r helpful advice given tnm.
E w e s .........................
NKW SCOTT HOTEL
SUBMARINES RAID IRISH FISHERMEN
THREATEN COAST VILLAGES
WOMAN COULD -