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W e all know what the last year and
a half of the Civil War meant to the
yO U S h iv e r in
i r o s t v g„uth; It well-nigh annihilated their
weather, if you have cold hands youth. Boys and old men were called
i f „| a .
to the front, and half a century after
and feet, If cold» are stubborn
»truggle the Bouth is only begin
and frequent, then your blood ntng to r e c o v e r ^ This Is what another
the war will mean to Oer-
may be thin and impoverished. manjr On the western front, French,
| British, and American manhood will
divide ths cost of the battle in human
life. But the German manhood will
i have to defray It all and the tax will,
1 therefore, be enormously higher upon
Germany, by using enslaved popule
1 tlons, by using prisoners, has been
able to put a far greater percentage
of her manhood on the firing line
LESS MEAT IF BACK
much sugar stored SUFFERING FROM / COLD
Quantity Discovered. Labeled as "T o p
The Best Food
Doctor» generally airree that whole
yvheat is beat for the human body.
*P tH W «
.„».* --«* 1
food ¡a a combination o f selected
whole wheut and the choicest bar
ley malt Nourishing, strengthen
ing, digestible, delicious.
Y ou r
ERIDAN-BECKLEV COMP'V, Inc. •
M ì l b u ,« i» In Inani and ear loU.
iS ) WHU f r IMpid»* Tas» ^ APPLES
ami erica l.lnt.
V E AL
Na C hara» ...
, I ONIONS
126 Front Street,
Illliarnla Hartnsa Bank.
I MIKAS ANTS
W e will pay Cash fur live China
Write statins Price ami
ÍM A R M O T PI1EASANTRY,
Got a Lins on Thom.
Tw o KtiKliah laborers who wsrs oo
the road to Birmingham to get work
happened to meet an old Irishman
breaking »tones on ths road sida. They
Inquired of Pat how Ions It would
take to set there. Pat simply looked
at them suit made no reply. Thinking
he jran deaf they walked on. When
they had gone about 300 yards hs
called after them, ao they came back.
“ Ye asked mu how long It would
laks to go to Birmingham?"
"Y es." they said.
"W e ll," said Pat. " It will take ye
"W'by didn’t you tell us that be
fore?” they asked.
"W ell, now," said Pat; "how could
I tell ye until I saw how fast ys could
first?"— Pittsburgh Chronicle-
M ARM OT. OKKCON.
N s «r Both
otel H o yt 1
CARE FOR YOUR SKIN
And Keep It Clear by Dally Usa of
Cutlcura— Trial Free.
A hot bath with Cutlcura Boap fol
lowed by a gentle anointing with Cutl
cura Ointment dears the skin or scalp
In most casns of eczemaa. rashes and
BATES: 7»e la B. BfECIAL-Waofc or Monili lit lung o f children and adults. Maks
Cutlcura your every-day toilet prep
arations and prevent such troubles.
Free sample each by mall with
Address postcard, Cutlcura,
J S<»ic Kv«*$. Ey«*f Inflamed by Book.
l5 i»n . DwsfanJ W ind quickly Dept. L, Boston.
‘ n-hcvnl by Murine. Try It In
V ywur * v«*an<liM llaby a Eye«.
Carao» Sialk ami I l a » ! St».. P a l l a » ! , » a .
U l t i IIIMKH. Honorar.
UR LTLjN«.Wtii|, Jvit FriCadort
Markie Eye Remedy .M.iSL.^iTVS',»- ‘m Z iZ
I,a Salvo, » Taboo Zt». Tor H-»S »f I*. »»• fraa.
Aak M arina E r l H cruclr C ».. C k k M S 4
B igg e r P ay fof-*You.
M fe ll liege. Purlin»«!,
Or«*.. Inrireat In N<»rthw«tt. IrmÄ; you in all btixi-
ma. J rt*« Cala loir.
r«ur»os. Enrt»Tl uTt/timc
HIDES, PELTS, CASCARA BARK,
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
Wi s «t Hi tn Ins
Writs fir priest t»l sitpptoi tigs
Tsi H. P. N orton C o . fsmsni. ora Ssstas. ws
fo r T H A N K S G IV IN G and C H R IS T M A S
trad». W rite for prtcea. Ship ufl your Vast.
Una», Poultry, Pair», II Ida» and Csacara bark.
Top pricaa and f» lr treatment.
I I S F R O N T ST.
S H IP
P O R T L A N D . ORE
Veal, Pork, Beef,
Poultry, Buttor, Egg»
and Farm Produce.
lith a Old Rallabl« Rrordlng houaa with a
F. M. CRONKHITE
S-ST Front Street
I D o Y o u r O w n P lu m b in g ]
Hr buytna .llr. -t 1mm na at wholmata »rica»
***** .r "T**” '* bcost» W rite u» to-
«iv a roo o » , rock-
bottnm dtmct- rnyoa’ p r w . f. a. b. roll or
boot, w * actually NOT* you from 10 to i i o«r
eant. A ll goodn miarantaed.
Northwnat headquarters fot Leader Water
Systems and Fu liar A Johnson Engines.
STAR K -D AVIS CO.
TX I r » S treat.
P. N. U.
P o rtia *!. O r »r a
No. 43, 1817
buffalo, N. Y. — Federal secret serv
ice agents Tuesday reported to Wash-
tngton ths discovery in s buffalo ware
house o f millions o f jtounds o f sugar in
bags and barrels, labeled " to p crust
Notations on the packages, it wss
said, Indicated that the sugar had been
coming into the warehouse over a
pen ou oi »everhi mom.,,a.
* . ■ , ,
agent who made a survey o f the con
tents o f the building estimated the
amount of sugar at 150 earloada, or
about 10,000,000 pounds.
Around immense piles o f sacks con
taining the sugar the Federal agent
said he found a screen o f other arti
cles, while some of the containers
marked "to p crust flour" sctually had
flour sprinkled over the outside.
New York— Refinery, wholesale and
retail prices o f sugar for Greater
N ew York were standardized in an
agreement entered into Tuesday by re
presentatives o f the three branches o f
the industry at a conference called by
public markets. The prices fo llo w ;
Refinery, $8.35 basis for bulk granu
lated; wholesale, $8.60 per hundred
|s>unds for bulk granulated in the ori
ginal packages to the retail trade; re
tail 10 to 11 cents a pound for granu
lated sugar, the price to the consumer
not to exceed 11 rents.
The conference issued a statement
saying that the co-operation o f the
consumer was necessary in working out
the plan ami, that the sugar shortage is
Fruit Shippers blamed.
North Yakima —Blame for the exist
ing shortage o f fru it cars in ths Yaki
ma valley was placed on the shoulders
o f fru it shipi>eni in a statement by
Northern Pacific officials. They as
serted that the average o f 3000 car
loads out o f this valley this season has
been 640 boxes, in spite of appeals
from government and railroad officials
to load the cars heavier. The shippers
declared many cars had gone out loaded
with 728 boxes, but that the bulk o f
the apples would be ruined by over
loading and lack o f ventilation.
An Irish housekeeper was showing
to some visitors the fam ily |>ortraita
T h ^ ^ R c r there in the uniform ."
she s s ic ^ ^ a a the great-great-grand
father o f the owner o f the property.
He was' as brave as a lion, but one o f
the most unfortunate o f men.
never fought a battle in which he did
not have a leg or arm carried aw ay.”
Then she added, proudly:
" H e took parCin 24 engagements.”
Senator Chnmbertaln, while conduct
ing the food control hill through the
senate, listened oiio afternoon with a
bored look to a long and prosy oppost
As he listened he happened to took
up, and In the stranger's gallery he
aaw a deaf man take out an ear trum
pet and apply it to his ear.
Senator Chamberlain stifled a yawn,
and, nodding toward tho deaf man,
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets arc beat for liver,
“ Look at that foolish fellow up there
throwing away his natural advan bowels and stomach. One little Pellet
for a laxative— three fo r a cathartic.
tages. '— Detroit Free Press.
Trus Almost Anywhsrs.
A story Is going the rounds concern
ing tho Inquiry In London Into the
beat method <>f checking extravagance
restaurants and hotels, says Pear
son's W eekly.
Among the witnesses before the
oommlttec was a certain stolid looking
waiter. The particular article of food
under discussion at the moment hap
pened to he margarine, and one of the
members asked. Incidentally;
"H ow do you call It In tho restaurant
business— 'margarine' or 'm arjorlne'?”
“ Neither, sir," blandly replied tho
waiter; "wo calls It ‘butter’ ! ” — Ex
Kali muted at 150
Hcaree In New York.
Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade:
Hard White — Bluostem. Early Bart.
Allen, Galgalua, Martin Amber, $2.05.
S oft white — Palouse bluestem, forty
fold, W hite Valley, Gold Coin, W hite
Russian, $2.03. W hite club — L ittle
club, Jenkins club, white hybrids, So
nora. $2.01. Red W alla W alla— Red
Russian, red hybrids, Jones fife, cop-
No. 2 grade, 3c less; No.
23 grade, 6c less; other grades handled
Flour— Patents, $10.20.
M illfssd —. Spot prices: Bran, $30
per ton; eborts, $33; middlings, $41;
For the Soldiers to Decide.
What are yon knitting, my pretty rolled barley, $550; 57; rallied oats,
She purled, then dropped a stitch,
Corn - Whole, $83; cracked, $84 ton.
“ A sock or a sweater, sir," she said,
H ay— Buying prices, f. o. b. Port
“ And darned if I know which I "
land: Eastern Oregon timothy, $27
per ton; valley timothy, $23(d.25; al
fa lfa, $22.5(8« 24; valley grain hay,
Ruth Is an alchemist, I know.
clover, $20; straw, $8.
And so I'll have to drop her
Butter — Cubes,
extras, 46c per
For every time I'm out with her
pound; prime firsts, 44c.
My sliver turns to copper.
prices: Prints, extras, 48c; cartons,
lc extra; butterfat. No. 1, 51fd'62c.
Second Mistake of the Kind.
Eggs--Ranch, current receipts. 520i.
A passenger on a New York and
Chicago limited train, upon looking 63c; candled 56(<i56c; selects, 58((t60c
under his berth In the morning, found per dozen.
one black shoe and one tan shoe. He
Poultry — Hens, large, 18 (3> 19c;
called the porter's attention to the er small, 16«tl7c; broilers, 19c; ducks,
ror. The porter scratched a woolly
18«(i 20c; dressed, 28C(£30c.
head In bewilderment.
“ W ell, an'
Veal — Fancy, 16((i,16c per pound.
don't dat beat all.” ho said. “ Dat’s de
Pork— Fancy, 20((£2lc per pound.
second time dls maunin’ dat dat mis
V egea tb les— Tomatoes. 85c(d$1.60
take's happened!"— Kcliango.
l j ^ f l j c per
Lawyer Keeps His Word.
pound; lettuce. 50c per dozen; cucum-
“ I haven’t any case,” continued the bres, 40i(i. 60c per dozen; peppers, 7@
client, "but I have money.”
10c per pound; cauliflower, $ l(d l.3 5 ;
“ How much?
sprouts, 10c per pound; artichokes, $1
"S ixty thousand dollars."
dozen; horseradish, 9Jc per pound;
“ Phew! You have the best case
ever handled,” said the lawyer. “ I'll garlic, 7c per pound.; squash, l|c per
see that you never go to prison with pound, pumpkins, l|c per pound.
Sack Vegetables— Carrots, $1.25 per
And the client didn’t— he went there sack; beets, $1.50; turnips, $1.60((i'
broke.— Boston Transcript.
Potatoes $1.50<?i l.75 per hundred;
A Culinary Necessity.
sweet potatoes, SildSfc.
He— It Is awful, this raise In bread.
Onions— Buying price: $2.35, coun
She— La, me, John, bread's got to
raise, hasn't It?— Exchange.
Green Fruits— Peaches, 75<3!86c; ap
ples, $11(12.26; pears, $1.50 ® 1.86;
$1(81.60; casabas, 2c per
pound; cranberries, $13.50 per barrel,
Hops— 1817 crop, 36c per pound;
1916 crop, 20<ffi24c.
Wool — Extra fine, 60 <3 60c per
pound; valley, 65<fi:60o; mohair, long
October 24, 1917.
You corn-peatered men and women Best beef steers..........
need suffer no longer. W ear the shoes Good beef steers.......... ..
that nearly killed you before, says Best beef cows........... . . 7.25<(i) 7.85
this Cincinnati authority, because a Ordinary to g o o d ........ . . 4.50Cd) 6.50
few drops of freetone applied directly Best h e ife r s ................
on a tender, aching corn or callus,
7. OOfri) 9.50
C a lv e s ......................... ..
•tops sorsness at once and soon the
corn or hardened callus loosens so It Bulls............................. . . 4.00(it 6.75
can be lifted out, root and all, with Stockers and feeders. . . .
A small bottle o f freezone coats Prime light h o g s ........ . .115.76<.i.l 6.00
very little at any drug store, but will Prime heavy h o g s ____ . 16.75(<i;ie.00
positively take o ff every hard or soft Bulk ........................... . . 15.76((ï:l 6.00
corn or callus. This should be tried, P i g s .............................
as it is Inexpensive and Is said not
to irritate the surrounding skin.
If your druggist hasn't any freezone Y earlin gs.....................
tell him to get a small bottle for yon W ethers....................... . 12.00G>H3.0fl
from his wholesale drug house. It Is E w e s ........................... . .
fins stuff and acta like a charm svery Western lambs............ . . 14.0(Vn:14.6«
V alley lambs................ . . firstname.lastname@example.org
LISTEN TO THIS!
SAYS CORNS LIFT
RIGHT OUT NOW
Take u glass o f Suits to flush
Kidneys if Bladder
has been correcting this condi- her
th‘ n to he hold
“u ■ thU.h"
o ff her enemie*,
Hon for nearly fifty year». It
P o » » e s s e » ra re p o w e rs for
creating natural body warmth,
for cli«rqjng su m m er b lo o d
win.-^pter richness and
enables her to do It, but It has also
compelled her to use up a far greater
fraction of her human capital and
thus cripple herself In the after war
recovery.— From “ Verdun— Riga— The
Isonzo," by Frank H. Slmonda In the
American Review of Review s fo r Oc-
; tober, 1817.
The Norwegian cod Urrr oil in
Sc4>«t'« Emulsion Is now rrfined in our
own A m e rita » labor«lorie« w h i c h
tunke» it pure and palatable,
hcotl & Buwnr, II loom fir Id. N J. 17-11
Kevin* meat regwtarly eventually
produces kidney trouble In some form
or another, aays a well-known author
ity, because the uric acid in meat ex
cites the kidneys, they becoia« over
worked; get sluggish; clog up and
cause all sorts of distress, particularly
backache and misery In the kidney re
gion; rheumatic twinges, severe head
aches, acid stomach, constipation, tor
pid ltver, sleeplessness, bladder and
The moment your back hurt# or kid
neys aren’t acting right, or If bladder
bothers you, get about four ounces of
Jad Salts from any good pharmacy;
take a tablespoonfu' In a glass of wa
ter before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys w ill then act fine.
This famous salts Is made from ths
acid of grapes and lemon Juice, com
bined with llthla, and has been need
for generations to flush clogged kid
neys and stimulate them to normal
activity; also to neutralize the acids
In the urine so it no longer irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jsd Salts cannot Injure anyone;
makes a delightful effervescent llthla-
water drink which millions o f mea and
women take now and then to keep ths
kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus
avoiding serious kidney disease.
A Veteran Soldier.
Tired Tomkpins— W on’t you g iv e a
veteran something to eat, mam?
Lady o f the House— You a veteran?
You were never a soldier, I ’ ll be bound.
Never Love Another.
Tired Tompkins— You do me an in-
General Gordon, the Confederate j ^ i c e .
I have done nothin’ but sol-
commander, used to tell the follow ing dier all me life .— Boston Transcript,
He was sitting by the roadside one
Prelude to Joyous Evening,
blazing hot day when a dilapidated sol
•• Anybody getting a real laugh out of
dier, his clothing in rags, a shoe lack-, thig >howy - M ked the surly citizen.
ing, his head bandaged and his arm in ; “ Y es,” replied the sardonic usher.
a sling, passed him.
He was solilo
’ ’ Who?”
quizing in this manner:
“ The ticket speculators.”
” 1 love my rountry. I ’d fight for my
country. I ’d starve and go thirsty for
my country. I ’d die for my country.
But if ever this war is over I'll never
George was hampered by a mother
love another country. ”
W g may have a bunch or brui*e on hif whose idqffMfMfUness was cleanliness.
ankle, hock, »tide, knee or throat. NotwithstsiwIlQ’^pe: frequent baths to
Just Basis for Blame.
which he was ronhsgsned,
“ You can't complain if people criti
thrived exceedingly. One day a neigh
cise you for letting your girl pay for
TRADE MARK »EÌ.J.S PAT 0ÍF. 1 bor remarked oh nis rapid growth.
Ice cream treats."
will clean it off without laying up
“ Y e s ,” said George, that’s ma’s
“ I can complain that I was miss-
the horse. N o blister, no hair fault; she waters me too much.” — Ex.
gone. Concentrated— only a few
I drop* r« quired at an application. $2 per
1 boni* delia erevl. Daacribr roar c»*e lor apecial infraction»
"W h y are you not staying at home, ! «ad Book S M free. ABSORBING. JK . che and
nent for mankir.d. reduce» Painful Swelling«, ' Do you know my tailor^ has turned
En tarred ( ¿land«. Went. Bruit«. Varicrwe Vein»: allnyt law yer?”
"T h e doctor said pa had aphasia, j fain and to ifUnmaiK n. Price SI and $2 a buuJe at «mggijta
Then I suppose he w ill make a ape-
anti w o waa afraid It waa ketchin’."— or dell »erri L Made in d* U. S. A. by
i. f. YOU) IG. P D F., »83 Tempi. St.. Soringfletd, Haps.
JJ SELDOM SEE
A B SO R B I n e
s a i l o r boy supplied.
Give him the lasting
refreshment, the protec
tion against thirst, the
hetp to appetite and di
g e s t i o n a f f o r d e d by
it’s an outstanding tea-
ture of the w ar— “ Ail
the B ritish
A r m y is
A F T E R EU E R Y M E A L
F la v o r
L a sts
J UI CY FRUIT
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