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STATE N EW S
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NATKH: -11« to *».
MI Ki I A l.
Aatorla had a burglary at an early
hours Monday morning, when thl.vea
smashed a front window In Shatter
Hroa. ’ store on Commercial street and
atole approximately $2000 worth of
Wa.il ur Muntli
Produce W anted!
W « pay «MMh mul n««Ml llu««. Vral, D l**/. Mul
tun. ( hit'llat»«, Turkey*, (*•*>••. Duck*. JiuUdsr.
K|i>, I'uitUim, IteuiiM OnWna, CUivor Hmmi. Fruit
« imi all ether p m lu c* u t tha farm, ( ‘hark »ant
» day ahlpuianU arrive. Tap market price* at
Maud far taira.
S T A N D A R D PR O D U C T CO.
P raat and A id e r Stre e t*
Portland. O r e g o n
County Argicullural Agent Brown,
o f Marion county, in outlining the plan
o f work which will be adopted next
year, will endeavor to secure the ans
wer to question* which are o f prima
interest to farmers just at thla time.
Bigger Pay for You.
Free Ceta log.
Ore., largeet In Nerthweet. trains
K mul I any time.
D O IN G O U R
■an#. Ulti illT i eung In vaudeville througlumt
(no ataumel. Memi 11 end 1 will
mall you B o f the I.ATFMT aong hit*. Including
“ Delng Our lilt " Htar.Muelc Hupply Co.. Htam
Mr. and Mra. 8. T. Summers, of
Klamath Falla, who have just returned
from an a 1 »«mobile trip to Ashland,
report that the Klamath river haa been
backed up so much by the big Copco
dam that the road ia covered with wa-
i ter in many place*.
With the largeet fall crop in many
; years in the ground, Linn county farm
r rellevrd by M lirlM 11 1 •• If) ers have been rejoicing in the heavy
1 your klyaaandln Baby'» I.yea. raina of the [teat few day*.
N* Smart lag, Jaat F.yaCemUrl j indications now the immense acreage
Marine Eye Remedy
o f fall-sown grain will give a big
lyo get«*, la Tub«« W*. P«*r |l•*k *^|A# Ky ft—.
Aik M trtge Eye Komody Co.. C W cai» yield next aummer.
Hotw Fye*. F yoglnflsined by
S u n . P u t t and W i n d qukkly
The recent rains have made trouble
for the Brown-Petxel Lumber company
o f Stayton. The Santlam river ia now
very high, and, although the lumber
company has had a crew of men at
work trying to save ita logs, several
thousand feet have been lost.
are danger««*. Rrlirf la prompt from plan'*
Kcined y for (‘«ugh* aiel Cold*. Kflbe tlve atei
«•fc h*r young end old. No otdatoa In
The Public Service commission haa
received inatructiona from the fuel ad
_ A Boy With a Future.
ministration authorities at Washington
Kill« I'errot Blister, thu fly-fishing that no electric advertising signs, the
export of Pike county, laid at a ban | electricity for which is generated by
coal and which operate all night shall
quet at the Delaware Water (lap:
be allowed to operate in the future.
“ The prime virtu, of a good angler The commission knows o f no signs
la patience. No man or boy ever de opreated in Oregon coming under the
veloped Into a aucceasful fisherman description o f those placed under the
who hadn't at loaat twice the patience ban.
"There’a a boy In Hhawnee who la
Although a week has elapsed since
golns to inako a champion one of filings would be accepted on the 34,-
the.e day*. I aaw him fishing the 000 acres o f land recently eliminated
other afternoon on the bank of a creek from the Fremont National Forest,
and 1 Mid to him
only five have been made so far, one
“ ‘What are you flahlns for, aon?‘
being for land in the Summer Lake
" 'Bulg*,' said he.
district and the remainder for land on
" What are sulgs?' said I.
** 'I dunno,' said the boy, 'I ain't Drews creek, a few miles west o f
never caught none y e t' "— Philadel Lakcview. Most o f the land Is with
out timber and valuable for grazing
The Lane county court has signed
Haggle — There's been something
trembling on my Ups for mouths and an application to
month*. Margie, aud------
commission, asking for the survey of
h.arglo— Yea, so I see. Why don't
two routes, other than the survey now
you shave It o ff?—Puck.
being made, for the coast link o f the
Central Oregon Highway.
•'Many of our girls marry well." said known as the Coast link will extend
the head of the store to tlio now sales from Eugene to Florence.
lady. "A millionaire Just married a surveys are asked because o f opposi
girl In our fur department.
Settled tion to the route now contemplated
$60.000 on her, too."
over what is known as the low pass
"Dear me, and here I am at the bar and the route selected for the low pass
gain counter.” — Louisville Courier- road.
Captain W. A. Arnold, o f the Signal
Typewriter Girl— Will you kindly corps o f the United States army has
band me the gum?
arrived in Marshfield, to make a per
Oushtng Bookkeeper — Cortalnly; sonal canvass of all logging camps,
with all my heart.
Typewriter Olrl—No, thanks; only shipyards and lumber mills o f the
the gum, please.—Exchange.
county, with a view o f enlisting the
men as members o f the Loyal Legion
HIDES, PELTS, CASCARA BARK. of Lumbermen and Loggers. The
workmen are patriotic, and the plan,
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
so far as presented, has met with ap
to MSI all 1* l« t . tnti tsr prices tat sinppteg tigs proval. About 3000 men are employed
Tm H. P. N* rt $ n C o . fwiusi. in.; lures, *■ in the lumber industry in this county.
Most o f them are engaged either in
the production of airplane spruce, ship
timbers or in building vessels.
SHERIDAN-BECKLEY COMP’Y, Inc.
Cash buyi*r* In local and car luU.
HOGS Writ* fur Shipping Ta** t APPLES
«..I Prtc. Ust.
No U hw . .
126 Front Street,
Reference: Hibernia Having** Rank.
r i| T i n
1 I r*
Veal. Pork' Re*».
Poultry, Butter. Egg.
and Farm Produce.
Do the Old Reliable Kvortllng bona* with a
paeon I o f 46 year« of Square Daailnira, and
be aasured o f T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
F. M. CRONKHITE
5-47 Front StrMt
Portland, O r .,« «
WE WANT YOUR
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
HENNINOSEN PRODUCE CO.
18-20 Front St.
BU Y D I R E C T £
U . S . W IL L L E A S E L A N D
Govrrnmrnt Plana Dry Farming on Big
Hcala.to'Hupplemrnt Next Year's
Campaign for Food Hupply.
North Yakima In planning for next
year's food campaign the government
will lease thousands o f acres o f land
In the Yakima valley withdrawn from
public entry because o f reclamation
needs but still not covered by any can
als yet constructed. The land will be
leased for dry farming and graxing
purposes, according to an announce
ment just made by Project Manager R.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office o f the reclamation service
here until 9 a. m. December 28, 1917.
The land to be leased lies in the Pa-
louse, Kittitas and Yakima projects.
The succeaaful bidders must enter into
contract with the government for a
lease o f the lands to extend till the end
o f the calendar year 1921, and no bid
of leas than 7 cents an acre will be
accepted. The rental payment each
year will lie baaed on the amount of
land taken and the purpose for which
T h e Q u a lh g G o e s C le a r T h ro u g h
You will like your Dort for its eager
ness to do things your way—for its
Fleur de lys
Farmers to Make Cheese.
Carlton, Ore.— At a meeting of the
stock holders o f the Farmers' Cream
ery company It was decided by unani
mous vote to put in the necessary ma
chinery for the manufacture of cottage
The high prices being paid for milk
by the condensors have made the sup
ply o f cream for the creamery.
In taking up the manufacture of cot
tage cheese the company will buy the
whole milk and separate it, using the
cream for butter and the skim milk
for cheese. In this way they will be
able to compete with the rondensors in
price and assure a good supply of but-
terfat for the making of butter.
expected to have the plant in operation
by December 16.
You will like it for its reasonable first
and after co st— &ood appearance,
thorough comfort and reliable perform
ance—for the fu ll value it delivers.
Own a Dort and cut down unproductive
efficient —the times demand your best.
NORTHWEST AUTO CO.
F. W. VOCLER, President.
C. M. MENZIES, Manager
Northwest Auto Co., Portland, Oregon.
Farmers Form New Council.
Kelso— The Cowlitz county argicul-
tural council was organized at a meet
ing in the office o f County Agent L. S.
Keyes here Saturday. Leander Mar
tin, o f Sandy Bend, was chosen presi
dent; George Smith, of Castle Rock,
vice president, and Charles Marsh of
This council will
assist the county agent in solving the
farm problems. Five committees were
appointed at the meeting to take up
R. B. Coglon,
E very w inter H ealth B oards
leader o f county agent work for the
state, and Asher Hobson, director o f w d m against this w eak ening
farm markets, attended the sessions.
disease w h i c h o f t e n s t r i k e s
A Hard Knock
During the cross-examination of a
young physician in a lawsuit, the
plaintiff's lawyer made disagreeable
remarks about the witness' youth and
“ You claim to be acquainted with
the various symptoms attending con
those w h o are least prepared cussion
of the brain?” asked the law
to resist it You should strengthen yer.
Harmless to flush Kidneys and
yourself against grippe by taking
“ We will take a concrete case,” con-i
• • ■ .; ,
tlnued the lawyer.
“ If my learned
Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade:
friend, counsel tor the defense, and
myself were to bang our heads togeth
Hard white— Bluestem, Early Bart,
er, would he get concussion of the
Allen, Galgalus, Martin Amber, $2.05.
Soft white — Paiouse Bluestem, forty
Kidney and Bladder weakness result
fold, White valley, Gold Coin, White
„ r l w m m . » iVL®
-»hat the from uric acid, says a noted authority.
White Club— Little
The kidneys filter this acid tram (*•
counsel for the defense would.
Bos blood and pags lt on to ^
club, Jenkins club, white hybrids, So
where it often remains to IrriUta
nora, $2.01. Red Walla Walla — Red which is the cream of cod liver oil, ton Transcript______________
inflame, causing a burning, scalding
Russian, red hybrids, Jones life, Cop- refined, purified and so skilfully
sensaUon, or setting up an lrrltsti—
pei, $1.98. No. 2 grades, 3c less. No. prepared that it enriches the blood
“ When you marry my daughter, how at the neck of the bladder, ohllgla*
3 grade, 6c less. Other grades handled streams, creates reserve strength
you to seek relief two or threa tlaaaa
are you going to support her?”
during the night. The sufferer la ta
“ I expect to work, sir.”
and fortifies the lungs and throat
Flour— Patents, $10.
"W ell, you needn't expect to work constant dread, the water posies
Millfeed — Spot prices: Bran, $33
Don’t delay— It may mean much. me.”
sometimes with a scalding senaaUaa
and Is very profuse; again, there Is
per ton; shorts, $36; middlings, $44;
"Do you remember the first time we difficulty In avoiding It
rolled barley, $570.59; rolled oats, $59.
Bladder weakness, most folks call
met when you came to my real estate
Com— Whole, $84 ton; cracked, $85.
it, because they can’t control urina
office looking for a flat?”
Hay— Buying prices, f. o. b. Port
tion. While it Is extremely annoying
"I do, and I found one there.”
land: Eastern Oregon timothy, $27
and sometimes very painful, thla ts
per ton; valley timothy, $250 26; al dKJsS*"'
8cott * B o o m . BkxnOel.:. N. J.
"Everybody Is talking about food ; really one of the most simple ailments
falfa, $24; valley grain hay, $24;
nowadays.” remarked old Mrs. Blund- to overcome. Get about four ouneea
clover, $22; straw, $8.
erby, "but I really don't see that this of Jad Salts from your pharmacist
B utter—Cubes, extras, 440 44}c per
food conservation plan of Mr. Hoover’s and take a tablespoonful In a glass at
Hot Reception Promised
W. Z. Moss, prominent cattle owner pound; prime firsts, 42Jc.
water before breakfast, continue thla
"la your husband up yet?” Inquired is doing much good.”— Exchange.
of Lake county, who has boon on trial
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for two or three days. This will nen-
prices; Prints extras, 450 48c; car the early morning caller.
In the circuit court In Lakevlew on
,trallze «>• aclds ln ‘ hf " f 1?? “ “ I?:
oue o f five count* charging larceny of
longer Is a source of Irritation to the
woman at the door.
70 head of cattle, was found guilty by 53c delivered.
“ Well, I'd like to say a few words to While You Sleep With Cutlcur. Soap ,b'add^ . ‘ “ 1 , ",rin^ In° rgaM WhlC*
Eggs— Fresh ranch, current receipts,
and Ointment— Trial Free.
Jad ga,u lg lnexpenstTej harmless.
480 50c per dozen; candled, 520 53c; him— ”
"S o would I. He hasn’t come home
Governor Wlthycombe this week selects, 550 56o.
On retiring, gently smear the face aad i f
yet.”— Boston Transcript
formally appointed Judge Gantenbeln
Poultry — Hens, large, 18019c per
with Cuticura Ointment, wash off in &nd lemon Juice, combined with lithla,
as circuit judge for Multnomah county pound; small, 17c; springs, 17018c;
five minutes with Cuticura Soap and
Taking No Chances.
to succeed Judge Littlefield, who re ducks, 17(<i20c; geese, 12r<r 14c; tur
dUor^ers can *
"I notice the kids are behaving bet hot water, and continue bathing a **e ***Wect to
signed upon Judge Gantenbeln’» re keys, live, 2 0 0 2 2 c; dressed, choice,
few minutes with the Soap. The in
. “ T.1?
,J i f f f
ter at school.”
turn from army sarvlce.
and causes n*
"Yes, there may be no danger, and extends through the night
bad effects whatever.
A record price for a 23-pound turkey
Free sample each by mail with
Hewi you have a fler-an t efferve^
was obtained by the Red Cross ladles
Address postcard, Cuticura. oent lithla-water drink which quickly
Vegetables—Tomatoes, $102.10 per Courier-Journal.
at Beaverton. Oeorge Davis gave the
Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere, relieves bladder trouble.
turkey to the society, August Rosal crate; cabbage, 20 2Jc per pound; let
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sold It, and Antoine Iun, formerly of tuce, $1.760'2.50 per crate; cucum
Cortland, became the owner for $33.20. bers, $1.3501.76 per dozen; peppers.
The Bird Being an Ostrich.
A couple of Charleston kiddles warn
150 17Je per pound; cauliflower, $2.25
"Out of mere curiosity,” says an ex celebrating Bunker Hill day by ex
Following a recent conference with 0 2 .6 0 per crate; sprouts, 100:11c per
change, “ we would like to read Mr. ploding a few torpedoes. Said Nelli*:
Adjutant-General Williams. Governor pound; artichokes, $101.10; garlic, 7
“ I don't see how the Germans can
Hoover’s own dally menu.”
Wlthycombe said the three companies 0 8 0 ; squash, l j c ; pumpkins, 1 0 ;
Judging from Herbert’s lantern Jaws blow up a big ship with one of than*
of 8panlsh-Amorlcan war veterans or
and emaciated physique, he doesn’t things.”
ganized aome time ago under Adju celery, $4.25 per crate; carrots, $1.25
"Oh, you girls can’t expect to under
eat any more than a bird.— Boston
tant General White w 11 be called into per sack; beets, $1.600(1.75; turnips,
stand about such things," said Tommy,
service aa the unorganized militia $1.50; parsnips, $1.75.
with a superior air. “Of course, Lh.
Potatoes — Oregon, $1.400 1.75 per T ry Grandir other’s Old Favorite
within the next few weeks.
torpedoes they use are about a hun
hundred; Yakima, $1.7601.85; sweets,
dred times as big and they use n der
Recipe o f Sage Tea and
bowels and stomach. One little Pellet rick to lift them and drop them on
Sheriff Burns, of Astoria, received 3J03|c.
for a laxative—three for a cathartic.
a telegram Friday from Federal Dla
the ship.”—Boston Transcript
Green Fruits— Apples, $102.25 per
trlct Attorney Ream* saying Emil box; pears, $1.500 2.26; grapes, 607c
The Night Attack.
Huhta, who haa been held at the per pound; rasabas, 2 0 ; cranberries,
“ What Is a hunch?”
The Welsh rabbit Is no pacifist
county Jail for several daya, is a tech $14.500.16.50 per barrel.
Almost everyone knows that Sage
nlcal deserter and should be delivered
Wool— Extra fine, 600 60c pound; Tea and Sulphur, properly compound lent of feminine Intuition."— Exchange.
to the nearest military poat.
coarse, 550 60c; valley, 55060c; mo ed, brings back the natural color and
A W O M A N ’S W A R -T IM E
lustre to the hair when faded, streak
The heavy downpour of rain Thurs hair, long staple, 55c.
day has been a boon to the wheat
“ Blessings brighten as they take
December 3, 1917.
to get this mixture was to make lt at
ENery woman In this state should h .lp
growers of Sherman county. Practl
cally 90 per cent of the summer-fallow Med. to choice steers.. . .$ 9.60010.00 home, which Is mussy and trouble
I don't know. Our last cook didn't with bandages, socks or " k i t .” for tha
soldiers who are our defen 9 on the firing
ground has been seeded and the warm
to polish the stove.”— Exchange. line.
8 .7 6 0 9.50
Good to med. steers........
Nowadays we simply ask at any
But many women ore not etrnng
rain will give wheat a good start be
enough to carry on their ordinary house
7.250 8.25 drug store for “ Wyeth's Sage and Sul
Com. to good steers........
fore freezing weather sets In.
hold duties. You get strong, U you’ r . a
Choice cows and h eifers. 7.000 7.76 phur Compound." You will get a large
or "ru n -d ow n " woman, with Dr.
In a letter forwarded to Edward D. Com. to good cows and hf 6.6C0 7.25 bottle of this old-time recipe Improved
A B S O R B i N E I I tlred-out
P le r c .'. Favorite P r e s c r ip t io n .
Baldwin, secretary of the republican Canners............................. 3 .0 0 0 5.25 by the addition of other Ingredients for
from any womanly complaint
state central committee. United States Bulla................................... 4.500 6.76 about 60 cents. Everybody uses this
or disorder, you get well. For thee« two
preparation now. because no one can
Senator McNary submitted hts resig C a lv e s...............................
Will reduce Inflamed, Strained, th in g»—to build up w- -rea'a strength, and
7.000) 9.60 possibly tell that you darkened your
nation aa chairman of that committee. Stockers and feed ers.. . .
Sw ollen Tendons, Ligaments, to cure Women'» »Ur., .nt»—thla la th . kest
4.000 7.50 hair, as lt does lt so naturally and
or Muscles. Stop.the lameneaaand medicine to b e n e fit or cure.
evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft
Mrs. Anna Farlay, of Dallas, has do
The " P r e s c r ip t io n ” regula es and pro
in from a Splint, Side Bone or
nated her farm to the general confer Prime light hogs , ............ $16.00016.25 brush with lt and draw this through
>ne Spavin. No blitter, no hair motes the natural functions, never ««■ -
ence board of the Methodist Episcopal Prime heavy hogs ........... 16.20016.36 your hair, taking one small strand at
with them, and Is perfectly harm
,„.ie and hone can ba used. $2 a
church, according to a statement P ig s ...................... ........... 13.76016.25 a time; by morning the gray hair dis
bottle st druggists or delivered. De- less in any condition of the fsmal* ape-
appears. and after another application
made by Dr. R. C. Oaten, of the con Bulk .................. . ............ 16.00
tem. It brings refreshing sleep, sa d re
____ scribe your case for special instruc stores
health and vigor. This ' P rseeS p-
or two, your hair becomes beautifully
ference board of Chicago, who waa
2 M Fre"- tlon”
Uqu' or tablet*. Send 14« tar
In Dallas last week looking over the Western lambs..................$18.Oa0l4.OO dark, thick and glossy and you look ■ 1S0RBINE, JR., th« antiseptic liniment for i trial pkg
to I.Tr. Pierce, Pree. Invalids'
Wyeth's Sage and
property. The board estimates that
I n s t, , Buffalo, N.
inkind, reduces Strained, T orn Liga
In your system can It*
Sulphur Compound Is a delightful toil ment.. Swollen Gland*. V .ln . . .
the property la worth between $20,000
thrown out by taking Dr. Plercs's Pleas
et requisite. It Is not intended for the Ile a l« C u t *. S o re ., t'tc e m . A U .T « P ^ a frta. ant Pellets, composed of May-apple, aleeo,
and $25.000, and Mrs. Farley will be
paid an annuity during the remainder Wethers............................. 11.75012.26 cure, mitigation or prevention of dls- S .00 a bottle at dealer* or drlivertiL Book Evidence" frr*. root of Jalap, sugar-coated, and sold by
. r. V0UH8, f.D.F., 401 Tamils St., Spriagfl.ld, Mass all druggist»
of her life In appreciation of the gift. E w e s ........................
SALÍS IF KIDNEYS
A Grippe Epidemic
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT
^ e o rre
e n u l s io n u
i l Refuse Substitutes
Do Your Own Plumbing |
By bn yin» direct from n at wholeaala price*
and m v * the plumhrr’a profit*. Writ* a* to
day yoar needn. W * will qlva you our rock-
t/fttom "dlrect-to-ytm” price*, f. o. b. rail or
boat. Wo actually save yon from 10 to 15 per
cant. All rood* guaranteed.
North w**t head'iuartcrs tm Trader W ater
Byatema and Fullar A Juhnaon l nginea.
212 T h ir d Street.
P. N. U.
Portland. O r * « * a
No. 49, 1917.
Plcoae tend me Dort tpccificatioiu end descriptive S te n ture.