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Authorities Agree That Cereal, Prop
in our N E W A N IM A T E D A D V E R T IS
ING SIGNS, puts you into a m on ey-m ak
ing business that can be run in your
spare tune. Frame bolds 10 different
cards. G et merchants’ ads. at ( 3 to ( 5
per week each, end d e a r (2 5 to (5 0
W rite Q U IC K N O W f o r
full details to,
erly Prepared, is Most Nutritious
and Easily Digested Food.
With the close o f the range season
sheep are now coming into Bend for
Nearly svsry Amercan eats oatmeal
shipment to winter pasture, several
thousand having been brought in the — in fact it appears on the tables o f
past few days.
The highest point ever reached by morning in the year.
the mercury at the Bend weather sta sgTee that oatmeal, properly prepared,
tion at this time o f the year was re is the most nutritious and easily-
corded Tuesday, the thermometer reg
digested food for breakfast. Ordinary
The muscle-builder—will keep you istering 91 degrees.
oatmeal, however, doe# not digest
Hoyt 8. Gale o f Washington, sent
" A t ” without the aid o f medicine.
readily, because it is seldom cooked
to McMinnville by the United Statea
Made o f selected whole wheat and Geological department, has been look long enough. It is estimated that the
the choicest liarley malt, it com ing over gas and oil Indications and kind usually sold as "R o lle d Oats” or
bines all the element necessary for propeects that have developed in that "Crushed Oats” should be cooked at
least sixteen hours before it ia fit to
building muscle, nerve and vitality.
vat at the end o f which time it has
A t a price o f (162.60 an aero the
"F o r c e " is Nature’s food—good
lost practically all o f the flavor it o rig
John Hager place, near Adams, was
sold by the heirs to John C. Walters,
This led to the discovery o f a pro
o f Athena.
There are nearly 300
cess o f cooking oatmeal in sealed cook
acres in the piece, and it is aa good
ers at a very high temperature under
wheat land as there is in the district.
■team pressure an exclusive process
The 300 acres o f flax on the Wapato which bursts the kernels o f the starch,
l.ake tract at Gaston is being harvest changing them into dextrinized starch,
G ro c e r's
ed. On account o f the unusually dry which is easily digested by the moat
season the crop did not make the prop delicate stomach. The sealed cookers
d t # # * # * * * # * # * * * « # * er growth for good fibre, so it w ill be also cause the oatmeal to retain all of
* cut for seed and it is expected there the nutty flavor of the carefully-select
* will be a good crop o f seed.
W H A T ’8 YOUR INCOME?
ed oats, which is lost in every other
tmimnr»rm>nu. fr«w» phom« on *v«ry floor.
process. As a result o f this patented
Indications are that the silverside
HE R E ’S WH A T YOU PAY.
process, the oatmeal ia not only more
R a U i : 75 c to $1.50 par day: $2.50 to
$5.00 p «r w *«k .
Washington, I). C.--T h e new M greater commercial value than usual. palatable and digestible, but can be
Ot>|Kiaf tv* Court hm I *«' S L I««U from P m U i A m . 4
Income taxes assessed In the + The preliminary fishing shows the fish made ready for the table with only
Kir« I ’rvsof. H. I* unti ( >rriron Kiacttic |> i m <loor. 4
war revenue bill, Joined with * are larger than common and they are twenty minutes’ cooking, which makes
4 the existing Income taxea, are *
it a great convenience to the house
2 0 0 Koem.
N # »r Both
shown hy a treaaury expert to * averaging 12 pounds.
too B tlb
♦ apply as tollowa:
This is a subject o f vital interest to
the parents o f growing children, be
Man a Tax Man's Tax #
Kirkland Bros., o f Seattle, hearing cause the time to lay the foundation of
20 ♦ o f the scarcity o f houses in North good health and long life is during
C w u r SUtk «ml Mo,I St,.. Portland. Oro.
40 IF Bend, are planning to build a large childhood. It is what you digest, not
LOU It I MLS. Manaear.
80 41 number o f modest homes to house what you eat, that makes muscle, bone
RATES Tie to tt HfKt lAI. W -.li or Motilli 4
In and brain. Oatmeal is the ideal food
120 4- families now living in tents.
170 4- Marshfield an apartment house is pro- for building up sturdy bodies and keen,
H ID ES , P E L T S , C A S C A R A BARK, 41
220 41 |M>sed and several capitalists ir e about receptive brains, but the ordinary
275 ♦ to commence building homes.
kind does not appeal to many children
W O O L AND M O H A IR .
because o f its lack o f flavor. This has
•« SMt « rn I m Writs far priest M
TNI M. F. N orton C o . ftrmss, or* tsstts. wi. 4
465 4 dened by the daily sight o f a locomo all been remedied by the steam-cooking
635 4 tive and tracklaying outfit well out process, which makes the oatmeal so
610 4 toward the middle o f the valley be deliciously palatable that children not
690 4 tween Klamath Fails and Olene, 12 only relish it, but call for more.
V m I. P ork. B ~ f .
P ou ltry , B u ffer, E g g «
The oatmeal prepared by the process
870 4 miles east. The 40 miles o f fencing re furred to is the kind put up for the
and Form P rod u ce.
I d the OM HelUMe Kvenllni Sou«« with «
970 4 necessary will require tw o carloads of market under the name o f H -0 Oat
record of 45 y «»r« of Square I w**J|mr«. «nd
1,070 4 wire and about 16,000 cedar posts.
meal, and can be obtained from all
U m u m l of TO P MARKET PRKES.
Shortage o f fuel oil w ill not affect grocers by simply insisting upon that
F. M. CRONKMITE
4 M 7 Front S ir « « «
Por flood. O rrre n
1,400 4 the movement o f the Hood R iver Val brand. It contains nearly tw ice as
1,530 41 ley apple crop, according to J. M. much tissue-building material as com
1.660 4 Reid, superintendent o f the Mount meal, rice, white flour bread or soda
1,790 4 Hood Railroad company, over the line crackers, and iB really more nourishing
1,920 4 o f which the larger percentage o f the than meat or eggs, while it only costa
2,050 4 1,000,000 boxes to be harvetsed in about one-half cent per dish. Is it
fnr THANKSGIVING «nd CHRISTMAS
2,180 4 local orchards this season will be any wonder, therefore, that H -0 has
trade. Write for pr*o*« Ship ua your VmI.
2,310 4 hauled.
Hoffi, Poultry. K«ir*. IILit*« «ml ( u r i n i bark.
as "T h e National
Top price« and fair treatment.
One o f the most important steps for Dish?”
2,700 4 the upbuilding o f Josephine county
IIS FRONT ST.
PORTLAND. ORE 4
Yakima Busy Picking Apples.
2,830 4 that has been taken in years was the
2,960 4 adoption at Tuesday's election by the
North Yakim a — Fruit shipments
3,090 4 landowners under the Grants Pass irri
3,220 4 g a tio n d is t r ic t o f th e proposal to bond from the valley last week aggregated
458 carload*, b rin gin g the to ta l fo r the
I S A M M A S* M 6.U .S »A T Off
3,480 4 the d is t r ic t fo r (290,000 to build the season to 6,466 cars. Approximately
m im e Inflamed, aw ollrn 41
The vote stood 43
3,740 4 irrigation system.
8000 carloads are still to be moved.
Sprains. Bruises, St »ft
3,870 4 in favor and only 5 against the prop The last o f the peaches and some late
Heals Boils, Poll 41
4,030 4 osition.
Kvil.O uIttor, Fistula and
pears went out the past week, but
Infected sores quickly 41
The W illam ette Valley Lumber com about 400 carloads were apples, mostly
si it i> » prwilive amiteplic
4,510 4 pany, o f Dallas, has received a large Jonathans and other fall varieties.
and germicide. Pleasant to 41
4.670 4 order from the United States govern Picking is under way everywhere and
u n i d o e* not lilla t e r or rrm nf»
4,830 4 ment for Douglas fir lumber to be used it w ill take about two weeks more to
the hair, and you ran work the bum .
AJ OtJ per bottle, delivered.
4,990 4 in the construction o f aeroplanes for finish the harvest. Owing to shortage
B ook 7 M free.
5.160 4 the army in France. The mill is work o f packers much o f the tonnage must
A B S O R B I N F - . J R ..th r •ntitep«»«' Unlment »or mankind,
5,310 4 ing to capacity getting the lumber out. be held until later for packing.
rrdurrt PtlnfuL tw o Urn Vein*. Wen*, «train*. Pruiteri
M 0 W * w «i!i and I n rumination. Pure I I 00 prt fcottlf *1 41
Only straight and clear timber can be
drtlfft or delivered. W ill tell you murt If r»m w rit* 41
Liberal T rial flnttle for I DC in Matnp«.
used. The local mill has received sev
W. f. roust. P D F.. 401 Twopl* I t , lyriftffUld, Mata
31,970 4 eral such orders lately and a number
69,970 4 o f carloads have already been sent
Granulated Eyelids, 41
192,970 4 east.
“¡S o r e ! \i *. Eve» Inflamed by *
j Sun, Dual and W in d quickly
Money available for the rural credits
W heat— Bulk basis Portland for No.
10,000,000 6,490,430 6,490,470 4
* relieved by Murine. Try if In 41
4 fund in Oregon is now virtually ex 1 grade: Hard W h ite — Bluestem,
* your Eye« and In lU by's Eye«. 41
Allen, Galgalus, Martin
iN oSm artioj, Jwst F.yeComfort 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ) l 1 4 i t 1 M 4 4 hausted, only a few hundred dollars be Early Bart,
ing left, and it is probable that there Amber, (2.05.
Soft W hite — Palouse
Marine Eye Remedy
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets are best for liver, will be no more money in that fund to Bluestem, Fortyfold, W hite Valley,
B y « «■ < «• . in Tub*** 2U-. F.»r if»o k o f I * « K y — f r « « .
Aik M arine Eye Rrntrtf y C s., Chisago . bowels and stomach. One little Pellet loan to the farmers for some time.
Gold Coin, W hite Russian,
for a laxative -th ree for a cathartic.
A 33-year-old horse, for many years White Club — L ittle Club, Jenkins
Young men and women with hunine«« training
And ponitiOfi« everywhere.
Go l«» North went'*
in the service o f the state o f at the Club, W hite Hybrids, Sonora, (2.01.
Pershing Made General.
Uanrent lluain«M College. H K H N K E -W A I.K E R ,
Soldiers’ home at Roseburg, w ill not Red W alla W alla— Red Russian, Red
Portland. Or«. AH courwen. PoNitkmn gunranteet).
Washington, D. C.— W ith the (10,- be sold for (10, but w ill be humanely Hybrids, Jones Fife, Coppei, (1.98.
W rit« for free illirntmted cataloir.
000 maximum insurance plan restored disopsed o f instead.
So ruled the No. 2 grade. Sc less; No. 3 grade, 6c
as urged by the administration and State board o f control when Command less; other grades handled by sample.
Butter — Cubes,
extras, 45c per
" I don't see b o much difference be with an additional provision raising ant Markee notified the board that the
tween the way Gladys dresses for the Major General Pershing, commanding horse was “ eating his head o ff,” and pound; prime firsts, 44c.
street and the way she dresses to go the American forces in France, and an offer o f (10 had been made for him. prices: Prints, extas, 48c; cartons,
lc extra; butterf. t. No. 1, 49c.
swim m ing,” remarked Mr. Cumrox. Major General Blisa, chief o f staff, to
L. E. McBee, prominent stockman
Eggs — Oregon ranch, current re
" B u t there is a great difference,” re the rank o f General, the soldiers’ and
p l i e d his wifu. "T h e bathing suit has sailors’ insurance bill, carrying an ap o f the Heppner section, who recently ceipts, 46c per dozen; candled, 48c;
was sold his W illow Creek sheep ranch and selects, 53c.
g g k be made o f material that won't propriation o f
passed Friday night by the senate by a herds, has become perhaps the most
Poultry — Hens, large, 18@19c per
shrink or fa d e ."— Washington Star.
vote o f 71 to 0.
extensive hay dealer in Eastern Ore pound; small, 16@14c; broilers, 20(<£
gon. Mr. McBee recently bought 4000 21c; ducks, 18@20c; geese, 8@10c;
tons o f alfalfa on Butter creek and has turkeys, live, 200i 2c; dressed, 28@30c.
" H u Crimaon Gulch quit drinking?”
already resold most o f it to Morrow
Veal— Fancy, 15@16c per pound.
" Y e a , ” replied Broncho Bob.
" I wonder whether daughter lovea county stockmen, who w ill drive their
Pork— Fancy, 21@22c per pound.
"A n d playing faro bank?”
that young man or not? She’ s got us flocks to the hay ranches to be winter
Vegetables — Tomatoes, 65c(<r (1.35
"Q u it en tirely.”
ed. Mr. McBee has also engaged to per crate; cabbage, l@ l| c per pound;
"W h a t do you do for amusement?”
"Seem s to be even keeping him in superintend the feeding o f all the
lettuce, 50@75c per dozen; cucumbers,
" G o to moving pictures and laugh at the dark,” suggested dad, who had no
stock fo r which he furnishes hay. He 40@50c; peppers, 6(i£8c per pound;
the reckless way they think ua Wild ticed that the gas in the parlor was
is considered one o f the most careful cauliflower, (1.50 @ 1 .7 5 per dozen;
W est fellers behave.”
turned very low.— Ex.
feeders in that county.
spinach, 6 @ 7c per pound; carrots,
(1.75 per sack; beets, (1.60 @ 1.76;
The Part That Counts.
H. H. Rogers o f Baker, represent turnips, (2.
P ro o f Positive.
Before boasting that he has grown
“ He runs mad a fter every fad he ing Hatcher & Synder, o f Denver, re
Potatoes — Oregon, (1.60 @ 2 per
potato vines nine feet long, the ama takes up. Now, he is always dosing ceived 10,000 lambs Thursday from hundred; sweet potatoes, 3c per pound.
teur farmer should dig a little under himself with some infusion o f bark.” Adrian A Densley, who represent the
Onions— Oregon, $2.SO@2.75; per
neath them. — Boston Globe.
" N o wonder his health is going to Stanfield interests.
sack; W alla Walla, (2.50; California,
the dogs.” — Baltimore American.
An (8000 real estate deal was closed ( firstname.lastname@example.org.
" I f Germany in defeated, the kaiser
Green Fruits— Peaches, 7 6 c @ (l per
w ill be deprived o f one human excuse. ” WOMEN ON BATTLEFIELD at Roseburg when the fine river bot
tom farm of A lfred J. Anderson, in the box; apples, (l(u.2.25; pears, ( email@example.com;
"W h a t is that”
Melrose district west o f that city was grapes, (lo r (1.50 per crate; casabas,
" H e can’t say it was all his w ife ’s
W e hear much these d sys o f w hat the sold to George A. Crane, o f Melrose, 2c per pound; cranberries, 15c.
fault. ’ ’— Exchange.
women are doing on the battle-line. H ow
C a t t le -
fe w Am erican wom en are atrong enough and John E. Bouquet, o f Oakland, Cal. Best beef steers............. ( 9.00@ 9.75
to go to the fro n t and endure the h ard The tract contains some o f the best
Good beef steers.. ? ........
ships o f the meni
land in this section o f the state.
Best beef cows...............
H elp Is offered, and la fraely given to
every nervous, d elicate woman, by Dr.
By a light vote, 27 tp 6, the Gold Ordinary to g o o d ............ 4.00(d) 6.75
P lerce'a Fa vo rita Preacrlptlon.
R em em H ill Irrigation district hss decided to Best h e ife r s ...................
ber Ingrediente on label.
In tablet or issue bonds amounting to (60,000 at a C a lv e s .............................
liquid form. No alcohol.
B u lls ..? ...........................
» Y o u r O w n P lu m b in g |
In "fe m a le com plain t," Irregu larity, or special election.
Stockers and fe e d e r s ....
weakness, and In e v e ry exhaueted con di
Br burins iUnrt fmm in st wholesale prices
tion of the fem ale syatem, the "P re s c rip
and ears the plumber's profits Write us to
tomobile department in Secretary o f
tio n " seldom falls to ben efit o r cure.
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day rour_neods. We will sirs rou our rock-
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bottom dlrect-to-ruu" prices, t
boat. Ws actually save you from 10 te St per
P i g s ................................ 15.50(b 17.00
dred alim enta ara cured by It. ask your
sent All suads euaranterd.
It is possible that the war will play Bulk ............................... firstname.lastname@example.org
It's a m arvelous rem edy for
Northwest headquarters fat leader Water
nervoue and gen eral debility. Insomnia, a part
in foreclosure proceedings
Systems and Fuller A Johnson KnsHnes.
or In ability to sleep.
W rite Dr Pierce, Presiden t o f the In brought by F. E. Judd, o f Pendleton, Yearlings..........................|email@example.com
S T A R K -D A V IS CO.
valide' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., fo r confiden against Mayor James A. Best, in the W ethers........................... firstname.lastname@example.org
SIX Third Street.
Portland. Ore eon
tial advice and you w ill receive the m edi
cal attention of a specialist, w h olly w ith- course o f which Mayor Best’s ranch in E w e s ...............................
out fee— no charge whatever.
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Send 10c for trial pkg. "F a v o r ite P re-
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No. 41, 1917.
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For Health, Sh
I H o te l H o y t
W ANTED, TURKEYS
BUY D I R E C T £
P A R K A N IM A T E D SIGN C O ,
194"! bird Street,
Fat. Applied For.
Only Thoee Familiar With Freedom of
Woods and Fields Enjoy Com
Too many people are merely on
speaking terms with nature. Too many
are unfamiliar with the wonderful ad
vantage of outdoor. Too many cherish
They forget that
tbetr ancestors did not know what a
steam-heated house meant. It Is time
to broaden our views and to get closer
In toneb with the great health-giving
life of the open air.
There died not long ago a natural
ist, John Muir, who bad lived the bet
ter part o f bis life with nature. He
loved the mountains and the natural
life of all outdoors.
was a happy one. He died amid the
surroundings o f peace, happily, with
a contented heart.
It Is only those who know the free
dom o f the woods and the health-giv
ing tonic of the open air who really
enjoy complete happiness.
It Is related that a sickly mother,
not a great many months ago, carried
a sickly baby to Doctor Evans, who
looked the boy over and smilingly ad
vised the worried parent to torn her
boy loose In the parks, "let him Uve In
the open air,’’ he advised, “ It Is the
only medicine that will do him any
This same advice can be applied to
day to thousands of cases. On Incle
ment days It Is unwise to expose one
self. But when the sun shines and the
air ts keen and crisp, Is filled with the
germs o f life, one Is extremely foolish
not to take advantage o f I t
If parents would only see that their
youngsters are warmly clothed, that
their shoes are sound and that their
little legs are well protected, and then
turn them out o f doors and tell them
to stay there, they would find their
doctors’ bills growing less and the
health o f their children growing bet
ter. They w ill also see a glow of
rosy health in the young cheeks which
Is a certain Indication o f expanding
youth, o f glowing blood, o f the creation
of good health.— Memphis Commercial
I t ’ s a good thing for man and w ife
to have tastes in common.
True to some extent. But you can
divide the newspaper more amicably
when she’s satisfied with the society
news and doesnjj want to take the
sporting section away from you. —
H ijrw h ! How 's This
Cincinnati authority says corns
dry up and lift out
Ouch t T 1 T ! 1 This kind of rough
talk will be heard less » ere In town U
people troubled with corns will follow
the simple advice of this Cincinnati
authority, who claims that a few drops
of a drug called freesone when applied
to a tender, aching corn or hardened
callous steps soreness at once, and
soon the corn or callous dries up and
lifts right o ff without pain.
He says freesone dries Immediately
and never Inflames or even Irritates
the surrounding skin. A small bottle
of freesone will cost very little at any
drug atore, but w ill positively remove
every hard or soft corn or callous
from one’s fe e t Millions o f American
women w ill welcome this announce
ment since the Inauguration o f the
high heels. I f your druggist doesn’t
have freesone tell him to order a small
bottle for you.
To Remove the Mote.
When traveling one should always
bear In mind that cinders are apt ta
find their way into the eyes. An eye
cup, a lotion for bathing and a -fe w
flaxseed should be Included In your
package. A boradc acid solution will
be found soothing for eyes that are In
flamed from dust, wind or foreign mat
Couldn’ t Corner Him.
An Irishman, passing a ship where a
notice was displayed saying that every
thing was sold by the yard, thought he
would play a joke on the shop man, so
he entered the shop and asked for a
yard o f milk.
The shopman, not in
the least taken aback, dipped his fin
gers in a bowl o f milk and drew a line
a yeard long on the counter. Pat, not
wishing to be caught in his own trap,
asked the price.
"S ix p e n c e ," said the shopman.
" A l l right, sorr,” said Pat. " R o ll
Jit up; I ’ ll take it .” — Exchange.
FOR PIMPLY FACES
Cuticura Is Best— Samples Free by
Mail to Anyone Anywhere.
An easy, speedy way to remove
pimples and blackheads. Smear the
affected surfaces with Cuticura Oint
ment. Wash o ff in five minutes with
Cuticura Soap and hot water, bathing
Repeat night and
No better toilet prepara
A Great L ittle Noticer.
Free sample each by mail with
" W e notice,” notices the W elling
Address postcard, Cuticura,
ton News, "th a t very few automobile Book.
accidents happen to people on their D ep t L, Boston.
way to church. ” — Boston Transcript.
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT
For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Compound has Relieved
the Sufferings of Women.
It hardly seems possible that there is a wom an in this
country w h o continues to suffer w ith ou t g iv in g L y d ia E.
Pinkh am ’s V egeta b le Com pound a trial alter all the evi-
■ id en ce that is con tinu ally b ein g published, p ro v in g beyond
• 'con tradiction that this grand old m edicin e has relieved
more sufferin g am ong wom en than any other m edicine in
Mrs. K lM O Cured After Seven Month’» Illness.
Aurora, 111.—“ For seven long months I suffered
from a female trouble, with severe pains in my l>ack
and sides until I became so weak I could hardly
walk from chair to chair, and got so nervous I
would jump at the slightest noise.
I was entirt y
six bottles and today I am a healthy woman able to
do my own housework. I wish every suffering
woman would try Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
Compound, and find
a out for herself how good
it is.’’— M r s . K a r l A. K ik s o , 596 North Ave., Aurora, HI.
Could Hardly Get O ff H er Bed.
“ I want you to know the good Lydia E. Pink
ham’s Vegetable Compound has done for me. I was in such bad
try Lydia — ------------- • - « R -
has certainly made me a well woman. I am able to do my house work
and am so happy as I never expected to go around the way I do again,
and I want others to know what Lydia E. Pinkham’a Vegetable
Compound has done for me.”—Mrs. Joeix C optucr , 1668 Harrison Ave,
Fairniount, Cincinnati, Ohio. •
• I f you want special advice write to Lydia E. Plnkham Medi
cine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Y o u r letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. 9