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Little Tots’ Favorite'LUMBERSHIPMENTUP
Grays Harbor Will Hrnd Out llilllon
Fwt Movements H e a v y by Kail
and Water Break Record.
T H E ONLY
Aberdeen — Kail lumber shipment*
from Grays Harbor the past live
montha totaled 409,780.000 feet. The
number o f ear* ahipped was 18,066.
Kail shipment* for October showed a
30 per cent increaae over September.
October shipmenta by water showed an
an increase over August and Sep
Lumber shipments this year promise
to reach the 1,000,000,000 mark, 2,-
000,000 feet in exceas o f any previous
record. Water shipments to date are
Kail shipments for
the past live months total 409,780,000
feet ami while the figures for the first
five months are not available it is esti
mated that these totaled about 150,-
000,000 feet. These figures place lum
ber shipmenta o f Grays Harbor for
sale this year in excess o f 800,000,COO
feet. Home consumption of lumber
has been the heaviest on record, due to
the shipbuilding boom since the war
The children prefer “ H. O’^be-
cause it is the oatmeal with
he tempting flavor. It makes
sturdy little bodies and keen
quick-thinking brains—as it
contains the properties that
make energy and tissue in just
the right proportions. “ H. 0 ”
is more nourishing than meat
or eggs, and can be prepared
in only 20 minutes. Do not ac
cept ordinary oatmeal or rolled
oats, when yon can obtain
FINE HEREFORDS SELL WELL
“ 11. ().” A all grocers.
, Stack Yards at Spokane Pay Top Price
for Hull. $630.
VAUGHAN’S PORTABLE DRAG SAW Lewiston, Idaho — The
Cuts 20 Cords in 10 Hours | purebred Hereford cattle
THE KJGMTUT. THE
HAS MANY IMITATORS.
BUT NO EQUALS. Writ« for Uformotioo.
M o to r
W ork s,
ma , n
T H A N K S G IV IN G
* got our shipper■ T O P /-HICES t o r T U R K E Y S. DUCKS. QEE8E and CHICKENS
SI «»»»on. and ws srs pome to do to again this year.
If you hsvs not already
ta p e d to us,
u s. do au
co n v in ced , W a will gat you results you have bean
k in *g
g tor. Ship live Turkeys, Ducks. Gases and Chickens at ones
Thera will be
a good demand Tor
for chickens. All poultry wilt
soli ot higher priceo then over before.
Ship dreeerd turkoye, du< ks. gars# and chickens to arrive hero November 24th to 27tn
Inclusive. Ship ut your Vrai, Hogs, Beef, Mutton, Eggs, Butter, Wool, Mohair, Hides,
otc. W e will plesso you.
G U L L IC K S O N St C O M P A N Y
10S FRONT ST R E E T
PORTLAN D. OREGON
No Light on the Subject.
"W ho la the author of tho Baying.
'Moating thu devil before day'?" aaka
Slatti and Everett Sts.. 1‘ uftland. Ora.
a correspondent of tho Adaina Enter
Four biorki from t'nlun U n »'. Two biorka
priae. and the editor replies:
front New l'ialuAr«. Muderà and Araprouf.
“ Duuno. Kometlmea wo are under
Over lie ou laid« utura*. Hatra 7 &C to tz.00.
the lmpreaalun that we »aid It ouraclf,
CUAS. C . HOPKINS. M anag«.
after we had aueeesafully dodged a
well aimed keroaetic lamp, on t 3 a m . V
stair* ay ."— Atlanta Constitution.
N e w H o u sto n H o te l
A P io u s W ith
Dr. Doaem 7'lines are awfully dull,!
Marla I can t Imagine what's become
of all the patients 1 used to have.
i iM • hope for I
d e a r ! — Browning's Magazine.
Are made from your OLD CAR
PETS. Hag Huge woven al! sizes.
Mail ortier* receive prompt and care
ful attention. Send for bookleL
NORTHWEST KUC CO.
E. Nth and Taylor St*.
Bought. Sold. Rented and Repaired
WALKKK KI.KtrrKlC WORKS
Y ou r;
W o P ay C ash .
N o C o m m is s io n s
H E ID E N R E IC H C O .
74 fr o n t S t.,
Bumaldc. cor. loth.
B ig g er P ay fo r Y ou .
Itehnkrt-Walker f lluaineea Cnllog«. Portland.
Ore., largest in NorthwaaL traina you in ail buii-
fiee« couroee. Knroll any time. Free Catalog.
Will guarani re Von top market price« at all time«
for your Veal. Iloge. Poultry. F.*ga. Butter. Hide«.
Ktc. I f you have not ahipped to ua, try ua.
113 F ron t,
W » will p«v you th «
prie* for your
4» and Duck». Our whippera «I-
waya got \n+l return». W rite iih for taie».
A woman who was traveling In Can
ada. collecting data for her book,
clayed with a farmer's wife. When
the farmer came in from tho fields he
»topped some time to rub his gum
boota on the door mat
"W here 1» your husband?” asked
the visitor. "I thought I heard him at
"H e's cleanin' his 'gums' on the mat,
ma'am,” said the farmer'» wife.
When the book was sent to the pub-
Usher this passage caught hia atten
"Canadian settlers in the out-of-the-
way district» can’t get toothbrushes,
so thoy uso tho door mat."— Exchange.
M c E W E N JA
12V Front Street. Portland. Or.
V eal, Pork, Beef,
Poultry, Butter, Egg»
and Farm Produce.
to the Old Reliable F’voiding hotion with a
record of 46 yr«m of Squero |Malin«® and
b i M u m i of TOP M A R K E T PKICF.H
F. M. CRONKHITE
M 7 Front Street
P O R T L A N D , OR .
HIDES, PELTS, CASCARA BARK.
WOOL AND MDHAIR.
A Poor Substitute.
"W hat have you in your local zoo?”
"W ell, for one thing, we have one
We n it all feu hut. Writ# Hr pncti » 4 snipping tags
of the largest collections of snakes
T h * M. F. N orton C o . rw»a* on.; $«m», *». you ever saw.”
"I don’t care for snakes. Have you
no large amphibians?”
“ No, but there's a fat man who
spends about half hia time In the
for T H A N K SG IV IN G and C H R IS TM A S
swimming pool at tho other end of
trade. W rite for pr!c«m. Ship u« your Veal.
the park. He's tho nearest thing to
Hogr. Poultry. Egg*. lii !»•» und Caacarn hark.
Top priew» and fair treatment.
a large amphibian we have about
here.”— Portland Telegram.
U S FRONT ST.
THE NEW METHOD
SHERIDAN-BECKLEY COMP’Y, Inc.
(By L. W . Bower, M. D.)
Backache of any kind la often caused
P ro d u ce B roker*.
I by kidney disorder, which mean* that the
C u b [>iiy«'rn|jn local end car lota.
kidneys are not working properly. Tolaon-
HOGS ) Write f.w Shipping Tea» i A
A P P L E S ous matter and uric acid accumulate
t a to
t o e s | within the body In great abundance,
VEAL ' w A "*1
- P o ta
I overworking the alck kldneya; hence the
Cl,* r** Commi..ion . I O N IO N S | congestion of blood causes backache In
the same manner as a similar congestion
|126 Front Street,
In the head causes hendache.
- ." 'OREGON come nervous, dospondenl, sick, feverish,
|Keferenr«v Illbernia’Savlngii Bank.
Irritable, hnve spots appearing before the
■•yes, bags under the lids, and lack ambi
tion to do things.
The latest and most effective means
| of overcoming this trouble. Is to eat spar-
WE WANT YOUR
j Ingly of meat, drink plenty of water be-
I tween m rsls and take a single A n-u-rlc
tablet before each meal for a while.
Hlmply a»k your favorite druggist for
Anurlc, double strength.
If you have
I lumbngo, rheumatism, gout, dropsy, be
gin Immediately with this newest discov
ery of Dr. Pierre, who Is Chief Medical
Director of Invalide’ Hotel and Surgical
HIGHEST MARKKT PRICK
institute In B uff-lo, N. Y. Send 10 cents
for trial pkg.
HENNINGSEN PRODUCE CO.
18-20 Front St.
P. N. U.
No. 46. 1917
I-oad to Capacity or Wait.
North Yakima — Agents o f the 0 .-
W. K. & N. company have received or -1
der* to ask ail shippers to load cars to
their maximum rapacity and to report!
the names o f all shippers who refuse I
to do so. An intimation is contained
in the order that «hipperB refusing to
obey the request will not be given cars I
until those who do co-operate in carry-1
ing out the wishes o f the national food j
administration shall have been sup
plied. The N. P. agents have been re
porting the names o f those who have
failed to load car* to capacity.
COUGHS AND COLDS
—take a prompt end effective remedy—one
that acta quickly end contain« no opiate«.
You can get ouch a remedy by Asking for
THE FO U R -W H EEL DRIVE DUPLEX.
Here’s the truck that was built to meet the conditions under which YOU must do your
hauling. Here’s the truck you don’t have to lay up in Winter—the truck that goes through
plowed fields and up un-roaded hills like stock take to the range.
We have been very successful with the Duplex under the condition that the truck must work in this territory,
due to the fact that it is exclusively a FARMING district end most of the work is done in the FIELDS, in
WHEAT STUBBLE^or PLOWED GROUND.
M. A. Woods put his WHEAT in the warehouse for 2 3-4 cents a sack. Last year it cost him 7 cents a sack
with teams. He hauled 11,000 seeks in 23 days, ALL OUT OF THE FIELD; never got stuck and never had
to unload during the entire season. His farm is an average hilly one. Excerpt from a letter from a Duplex
On another occasion the DUPLEX negotiated a 45 per cent grade with 50 sacks of wheat where a TW O-
WHEEL DRIVE TRUCK COULD NOT GET UP EMPTY. 4500 sacks were hauled over this road. The
hill is three miles long.
Let’s hear from you N O W . Give us the chance to show you
how we can save you big money.
There’s a little territory still open on the DUPLEX. Live agents, here’s your chance to
get hooked up with a winner—and with one of the oldest, largest and fastest growing auto
mobile concerns in the Northwest. Mail the coupon today.
NORTHWEST AUTO CO •9
On» hun«!r«x| an-l at sly-rtvi» It -
lfflpruv«m«iiU. frt-r fhoftov» u n •** t*t) flour ,|
7 5c t o ] $ l .5 0 prr day; $ 2 .5 0 to
$ 5 .0 0 p er'w eek . g
Om>oa(t« <d»urth..i»«\ i block» from !*• •«tarile®.
H. I* anti Oregon K lafirlc p a « door.
first sale of
held in the
West by the American Hereford soci
ety here Tuesday proved a decided sue-1
Harry Cranke had charge.
Fifty-two animals were sold for $14,-
760, an average o f $284 each, and
many of them were only a year old.
The highest-priced animal, a magnifi
cent bull with splendid breeding, goes
to Spokane, having been bought by
Mr. Roberta, o f the Spokane Union j
Stockyard*, for $630.
The cattle Bold go to all parts of the
Northwest and will be used for im- j
proving the range herds of Washing
ton, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.
PO RTLA N D ,
Factor; Distributors, “The Line Complete.’’
Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade:
Hard white — Bluestem, Early Bart, j
Allen, Galgalus, Martin Amber, $2.05.
Soft white — Palousc bluestem, forty
fold, White Valley, Gold Coin, White
N O R T H W E ST A U T O C O M P A N Y, PO R TLAN D , OREGON
Russian, $2.03. White clu b - - Little
club, Jenkins club, white hybrids, So
nora, $2.01. Red Walla Walla— Red
Gentlemen: Please send me information about the. Duplex four-wheel drive truck:
Russian, red hybrids, Jones fife, cop-
pei, $1.98. No. 2 grade. 3c less. No. j
3 grade, 6c less; other grades handled
Millfeed—Spot prices: Bran, $31 per
ton; shorte, $34; middlings,
rolled barley, $66(357; rolled oats, $54
"Tho moon la a lesson to man In the
Com — Whole, $83 ton; cracked, $84. way of temperance.”
To Itching, Burning Skin,— It not Only
Hay— Buying prices delivered: East
"How is that?”
Soothes, but Heals— Trial Free.
ern Oregon timothy, $27 per ton; val
"She puts off getting full until she
ley timothy, $23«/26; alfalfa, $22.50 gets to her last quarter.” — Exchange.
Treatment: Bathe the affected sur
face with Cutlcura Soap and hot wa
(d24; valley grain hay, $20; clover,
dry gently and apply Cutlcura
$20; straw, $8.
Ointment. Repeat morning and night.
"I haven’t slept for days.”
Butter — Cubes,
extras, 43c per
This method affords immediate relief,
" Smatter, sick?"
pound; prime firsts, 42c.
and points to speedy healment. They
“ Naw, I sleep nights.”— Exchange.
prices: Prints, extras, 45(048c; car
are ideal for every-day toilet uses.
tons, lc extra; butterfat. No. 1, 51c
Free sample each by mail with
shipping points; 62c delivered.
Address postcard, Cutlcura,
"He can’t get blood from a turnip
Dept L, Boston. Sold everywhere.
Eggs -Ranch, current receipts, 50c
When a collector calls." said Will.
per dozen; candled, 65c; selects, 67 Hut the persistent mosquito can
The old-time mixture of Sage Tea
When he presents his bill.
Might Start Trouble.
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
Poultry— Hens, large, 19c per pound;
"Do you think your townspeople will streaked and faded hair Is grand
n o m ore n ecM stty
small, 17 @ 18c; springs, 19 «/) 20c;
than S m a l l p o x . Array
give you any banquets?”
mother's recipe, and folks are again
experience has demonstrated
ducks, 18(n20c; geese, 10((il2c; tur
"Not if I can head 'em off,” replied
the almost miraculous effi
using It to keep their hair a good,
keys, live, 24c; dressed, 30c.
cacy, and htrmlessness, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
Be vaccinated NOW by your physician, you and
get with a crowd that sit right down even color, which Is quite sensible, as
Veal—Fancy, 14(3 15c per pound.
your family. It Is more vital than house insurance.
in front of a reminder of the high cost we are living In an age when a youth
Pork— Fancy, 19(</ 20c per pound.
Ask your physician, druggist, or send for “ Have
of living problem.”—Washington Star. ful appearance is of the greatest ad
Vegetables — Tomatoes, $1 «8 2 per you had Typhoid?” telling o f T y p h o id Vaccine*
result* from ua , and danger from Typhoid Carrier«.
crate; cabbage, lj(y>2c per pound; let tic a n rrt labokatovy , bcmclcy . cal
What Tommy Saw.
tuce, $2«/. 2.25 per crate cucumbers,
reoevciaa vacciata a aiavaa iinoca u. a. «ov. u m a
Nowadays, though, we don’t have
They were discussing lemonade.
$1.60«/1.65 per dozen; peppers, 10c
the troublesome task of gathering the
you should see the fun
'[JPINE Granulated Eyelids, ny Tommy—Ah,
$1 @ 1.35;
way that Mr. Smith and Clara sage and the mussy mixing at home.
go re Eye5> Eves Inflamed by
sprouts, 10c per pound; artichokes, 90c
AU drug stores sell the ready-to-use
Sun, D u atand W ind quickly make lemonade.
(n$l per dozen; horseradish, 9(3 12c
product, improved by the addition of
relieved by Murine. Try it in
Mother— How. darling?
per pound; garlic, 7c per pound;
your Eyes and in Baby’ s Eyes.
"W hy, Clara holds the lemon and other ingredients, called "W yeth's
R L p Y l 3 No Smarting, Just Eye Comfort Mr. Smith squeezes her.”— Exchange. Sage and Sulphur Compound” for
squash, l| c; pumpkins, lc ; carrots,
about 50 cents a botUe. It Is very
$1.25 per sack; beets, $1.50; turnips, Marine Eye Remedy
popular because nobody can discover
Eya Salvs, in Tube* 25c. For Book o f
fiV$ — Fra«.
To keep clean and healthy take Dr. It has been applied. Simply moisten
Potatoes — $1.50(1/1.75 per cw t.; Aik M a r in e E ye R e m ed y C o .. C h ic a g o i Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. They regu
yonr comb or a soft brush with It and
sweets, 8(3 3}c.
late liver, bowels and stomach.
draw this through your hair, taking
A LLBN 'S rOOT-EASE FOR THE TROOPS.
Onion i — Buying prices:
“ Is this a dry town?”
one small strand at a time; by morn
Shaken into the shoes and .p r in k !« ! In the foot
l>ath it give» rent and com fort, t a k e th« friction
“ AFe you a stranger here?”
ing the gray hair disappears, but what
Green Fruits— Apples, $1(<T2.25 per Makee walking easy. A ccep t no substitute/. Sold
delights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage
“ It is.”— Exchange.
and Sulphur Compound. Is that, be
box; pears, $firstname.lastname@example.org; grapes, $1.35 | everywhere, 2Se.
sides beautifully darkening the hair
@ 1.7 5 ; casabas, 2c per pound; cran
after a few applications, It also pro
berries, $150/16.50 per barrel.
duces that soft lustre and appearance
Hops— 1917 crop, 240/25c per pound;
of abundance which Is so attractive.
1916 crop, 16c.
T h e long, hard sch ool term drains the vitality of grow ing This ready-to-use preparation Is a de
November 14, 1917.
lightful toilet requisite for those who
children and you w onder why they are listless, puny and pale. desire a more youthful appearance. It
B e s t b e e f s t e e r s ............... . $ 9.00(3) 9 .6 0
Is not Intended for the cure, mitigation
Every school child will show marked improvement
7.00(H) 9 .0 0
G o o d b e e f s t e e r s ............... .
or prevention o f disease.
CUTICURA IS SO SOOTHING
It’s Grandmother’s Recipe to
keep her Locks Dark,
Protecting Your Children
B e s t b e e f c o w s ..................
O r d in a r y t o g o o d .............
B e s t h e i f e r s .......................
C a l v e s ...................................
B u lls ........................................
S t o c k e r s and f e e d e r s . . .
P r im e lig h t h o g s .............
P r im e h e a v y h o g s ..........
B u lk .....................................
4 .0 0 « /)
4 .5 0 «/!
7 .0 0
5 .0 0
7 .5 0
9 .5 0
6 .7 5
7 .2 5
.$ 1 6 .2 5 0 Í 1 6 .40
. 1 6 .0 0 ® 1 6 .2 0
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Y e a r l i n g s .............................. . $ 1 1 .5 0 ® 1$. 0 0
W e t h e r s ................................. . 1 2 . 0 0 « / 13 .00
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W e s t e r n l a m b s .................. . 1 4 .0 0 (3 )1 4 .6 0
V a lle y la m b s ....................... . 18.60< & 14.00
in health and growth if given
K fflD ENIILf ION
Its rich, uniform cod liver oil gets into their blood and gives them vim,
snap and zest. It creates strength to resist school sicknesses,
overcome pinched faces, sallow complexions and dull eyes.
High authorities have established again and again that cod
liver oil promotes growth and energizes the body and brain.
T he Imported N orwegian cod liver oil a lw n y , ti«ed in S t r o l l E m u U i n n i , now
refined in our ow n A m erican laboratories which guarantee. It fre e from impurities.
Scott a Bowne. Bloom field. N . J.
“ Mazle broke her engagement with
“ Why did she do that?”
” 1 believe It was because she
thought he was cracked.”— Exchange.
Manager— The heavy man’s going
Stage Manager— Yes, he’s trying to
get a free supply of vegetables thrown
at him, I think.— London Opinion.
"That young artist upstairs la In
toxicated about all the time.”
“ Then his room Is well called