Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, December 22, 1917, Image 3

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America Defied By Venezuela
At Instigation of Germans News­ calbo the only pro-ally paper In Vene­
zuela, and tld* Kolely bocadee the cen­
papers Are Suppressed and
imi government cannot enforce It* au­
thority In the extreme western state
Editors Jailed.
line the Old-time Suite Ten and
Sulphur nnd Nobody
Will Know.
MUST ATTACK THE ALLIES
Qrny hair, however handsome, de­
notes advancing u k u We «11 know Only Conaldaratlen Undar Which
Newspapers May Contlnua— Prop,
the udvuiituKi' of a youthful appear­
ance. Your hair la your charm. It
aganda Favorli j Central Pow-
niukca or mure tho far«'. When It
ara Spread Ovar Country.
Indus, turn* gray and looka streaked,
Juat u few applications of Saxe Toa
Rarrnnqultln, Colombia. The gov­
and Hulphur enhance* Its appearance
ernment of Venezuela, at the Instiga­
hundred-fold.
Don’t atny Kray!
Look young! tion of German eommerelal Interests,
p t l l e r p n - p u r e tin - ri-«-1 1 ..- it( h o m e o r I* openly cniiiimlgnlng for the central
V from any druu atore a 60-cunt power* by NiippreNoing pro ally news-
r bottle of "Wyeth'* Hog» and Hulphur paper« and pulling their editor* and
Compound," which la merely the old- director« In prlNon without any expla­
11 in*- r< 'll"- !in|o ..v. il I. > Hu mlilltlon
of other ingredient*. T'touaanda of nation. In this manner wn* «uppr<w«-
folka recommend thla ready tonne i-d ICl Konografn (ihe l ’honogra|>h) of
preparation, becauae It darkena the <'arsons, and at the Mini time the sup-
hair beautifully, besides, no one ran preKMlon wn* ordered of the paper of
poaalble tell, aa It darkena at natur­ Ihe «nine name In Mnraculbo, stnte
ally and evenly
You moisten « of Zulln, on It« thirty eighth anniver­
eponse or aoft bruah with It, draw- sary. The governor of that *tute, how­
ItiK thla throuxh the hair, taking one ever, refiiNed to obey the order of the
amall atraud at a time. By mornlni t'arnen* udmlnl-lration, «tallng thnt
the xray hair dlaappia'.a; after an­
other application o r two. It* natural no reason existed therefor; hut In per­
color la restored and It become« thick, mitting the pajii r to coutluuu publlca-
'oaey and luatroua, and you appear
yeara younger.
Wyeth'* Hiute and Hulphur Com
pound I* a d e llK h lfu l toilet requisite
It la not Intended for the cure, mltlga
lion or prevention of dlaeaaa.—Adv.
of Zulla, which always ha* been noted
for Ita Indcpoiidenee and refusal to
Muhmlt to what It consider* undue as­
sumption of authority hy the Caraca*
administration. In order to Insure In
an Indirect manner the *uppre««|on of
this Journal, which I* u thorn In the
flesh of Ihe Germans and consequent­
ly of the Venezuelan government, the
lutter has established a prohibition
duty on paper nnd Imposes upon all
users thereof tho keeping of a dully
record of uinount* Imported and con­
sumed, which Is to ho Inspected hy offi­
cial« appointed for the purpose, a re­
fund of a portion of the duties will he
inaile uftir consumpllon of the paper
under supervision of the government
for purposes satisfactory to It. Tld»
means that after the exhliiiMtlon of Its
present supply of pnix-r Kl Fonografo
cannot afford to Imixirt more sad will
have to suspend. Moreover, the gov­
ernment will not permit the stock of
paper left on hand In Curacas, when HI
Fonografo of that city wn* suspended,
to be sent to Maracaibo for the use of
the paper there of the same name and
under the same manngement.
While uewspapers which sympathize
STRAFING THE BOCHES NEAR ANGRES
V
Sure I
loctor—Did that euro for
f »ally
help your brother?
deafnoaa
Vat- Sure enouKhi he hadn't heard
' ..... I for > am. and the day after
' took that medicine ho heard from
a friend In China.—Exchange.
You Know Morley.
Griggs I aoo that Morley ban got a
Job at laat. lie's 'working now In
. Ilieka’ livery atahle.
Briggs—What doing?
Griggs— Hlcka ha* some horaea that
won't take Iho bit. so Morley has to
V talk to them till they yawn.—Ex­
change.
SKIN-TORTURED RABIES
Sleep, Mothers Rest After Treatment
W i t h Cutlcura—Trial Frsa.
Send today for free «ample« of
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment and learn
how quickly they relievo Itching, burn­
ing «kin troubles, and point to speedy
henlment of baby rnehca, enem a and
Bettings. Having cleared baby's akin
keep It clear by using Cutlcura ex­
clusively.
Free sample each by mall with
Book. Address postcard. Cutlcura,
Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere
—Adv.
1 U R I N E Granulated Eyelids,
7t
____
j S o r e l w *. K ) t l ln lU m e d Hy
J S u n . D u»t ftiut W in J quickly
're lie v e d bfr Murtn«. Try Ik In
C y u a f b ye * and In D;»by'* bye*.
MJR
J»»lEy»C*«l«rt
Marine Eye Remedy .V.irio^pSTSRjklaJIiil
C r*
III
T u K« mi ifi«*. F u r
oft*»
rr— m
A * k M a r l a « E y e H r n i r d v C « . . C h i c a g o .•
M O N EY FO R YO U .
Thou»aii<!« o f trained young P*opl* needed.
Brlinke-Wnlkcr H ur I no— I>ll«tr«*. Portland, place«
tu-l»*nU in i» o *iiio iii.
K firo il a n y
tim e
Rtaknru«.
A lisolutrly
F irep ro of
N ear Both
Depot*
dOO Rooms
1 0 0 B ath *
Hotel Hoyt
r S ix th and H oyt^St*.. P o rtlan d , O ra.
L O U IIIM K S. M anaKfr.
- 7&C to 12. S l ’K iT A L —W aak or Month
K f l
O f I f
^ f —3 I K
X X X
V«Ml, P o r k . B a W ,
P o u ltr y , B u tt e r , E g g .
an<j p a r m P r o d u c e .
to th « Old It.lleh l. K vrrdln* hotaa* with «
reaortl o f 46 rea r, of Mquarv DoslInjnL end
twaMurad at T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
F. M. CRONK.HITE
M 7 Froat StTMt
Portland. O r .»o n
H ID E8 , PELTS, C A S C A R A B ARK.
W O O L AND M O H A IR .
Wi want SI you h n Wrila lot pricti n l D ip p in g tags
TNI H. F. NORTOS CO. Partlssa. Or»; tut». Wi
"T
W E WANT YOUR
Poultry,Veal
and Hogs
HIGHEST M ARKET PRICE
NO COMMISSION]
PROMIT’ RETURNS
HENNINGSEN PRODUCE CO.
18-20 Front St.
Portland, Ore.
BUY DI RE CT
M il
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i»
[ D o Y o u r O w n P lu m b in g |
By bnyinsr direct from aa at who1«*m1« prie*«
and *•▼« th« plumber’* profits. W rit« ua to­
day your need*. Wo will give you oar rock-
bottom "dir**ct-to-you" price*, f. o. b. rail or
boat. W« actually *av* you from 10 to 86 p«r
cent. All (rood* guaranteed.
Northweat headquarter» fot tra d er Water
Syatem* and Fuller A Johnson Engines.
ST ARK-DA VIS CO.
2 1 2 T h ird S tr e e t.
P. N. U.
Portlan d . O r e awn
No. 81, 1917.
“MILLIONAIRE PRIVATE"
SUES R. R. FOR INJURY
Camp Gordon, O b .—Philip
Grllller, private. Three Hundred
and Twenty-fifth Infantry, from
New York, where he Is rated as
a millionaire, has sued the
Houthem railway for $00,000.
lie declares he was Injured se­
verely when the defendant’s
switch engine bumped Into a car
In which he was working and
caused a bale of hay to fall on
him. The railway Insists that
Grlfller's earning rapacity Is only
$30 per month, the pay he re­
ceives from Uncle Ham, but Grif-
Itcr places It at $7,200 a year, the
amount he was earning when he
enlisted. A sharp legal buttle Is
expected.
South America and In Central Amer­
ica. Its weekly l«sue Is 130,000 cop­
ie«. It 1« filled with vile abuse of the
ullli-d governments, particularly of the
United State*, and seeks by all m e a n *
to prejudice I.utln Americans against
President Wilson, casting constant re­
flections upon bis motives In leading
hi» country Into the war.
This Insidious propaganda In a nom­
inally neutral country Is thus openly
curried on hy the Germans, abetted by
the Venezuelan government.
PLANES TO CARRY WOUNDED
P h y s ic ia n a n d C o rp o ra l D e c lare T h i s
F o rm of T r a n s p o r t 8 u p « r lo r to
A m b u la n ce s.
London.—Tests recently made on
the western front with an airplane
fitted with two stretchers for carrying
wounded have proved highly satisfac­
tory. No wounded were carried dur­
ing Ihe tests, but Doctor Chassalng of
the army medical service and Corporal
Tetu represented wounded passengers
daring a twelve-minute flight, the
equivalent of n flfteeu-mlle Journey.
Both the physician nnd the corporal
declared that this form of transport
Is far superior to an ambulance, of
which both have vivid recollections,
having been wounded two years ago.
Doctor Chassalng, who removed a
, muffler from his head and unfastened
j straps during the flight, expressed the
] opinion thnt there would be no un­
necessary pain to a wounded passen­
ger. because the equilibrium of the
uirpiune Is so perfect. The machine
was constructed by the aeronautic
service of the army, which hopes to
use this form of transport for the se­
One of the cfllcleut Cunudluu butteries stationed near Angres engaged In verely wounded.
•’struflng Frltx.”
K
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J
WASHINGTON IN LEAD Young M oth er*
----------------
Favorable Report on Dairy 1‘roducts in
Htorage
Market for Christmaa
Poultry Much Improved.
Reserve strength for mother­
hood i* of two-fold importance
and thoughtluJ women before
and after maternity take
Tacoma, Wash.—Taking'the* lead in
the production of apples for 1817, the
state department of agriculture reports*
| the whole number of carloads at 19,-
] H15. In some sections the yields are
overrunning earlier estimates.
Scar-
I <ity of boxes, shortage of labor and
It supplies pure cod liver oil
limited shipping facilities at tim es1 for r ic h blood and contains
seemed alarming, but where proper lime and soda with medicinal
storage facilities were provided thej
crop was secured with a minimum ofj glycerine, all important ingredi­
loss. Varieties show a production as | ents for stre n g th e n in g the
follows, in carloads: Wineaapa, 4 0 8 7 ;’ nervous system and furnish: m g
Rome Beauty, 1816; Jonathan, 3329;
Newtown, 737; E Sopus Spitz, 1486; abundant nourishment
Delicious, 856; Wageness, 443; Ar­
It is free from alcohoL
kansas, 265; other varities, 6826.
Insist on the genuine.
Other fruits shipped were 2112 car­
Tlie Norwegian cod liver oil la
loads of peaches, 1465 carloads of
Scott’s Enukuon i* now refined in «or
own American lat*oratorie» w h ic h
pears besides those used by the fruit
make* it pare and palatable.
product factories.
Cherries, prunes,
Scott Bownf, Bloomfield,N.J. SM B
plum, apricots, strawberries and other
small fruits Bhowed an aggregate of
SIGNS OF DANGER
965 carloads.
Some plants are already reporting
shortage of stock and they will not l>e Women Should Prepare Them­
able to fill their orders. This, says
selves
the department, should encourage all
growers to conserve every apple and T h is n a tio n w ill re q u ire a g r e a t deal
not allow any to go to waste in the fro m I ts h ero ic w om en. T h e y w ill a s s is t
orchards, packing sheds or ele* where, th « w ounded In th e h o sp ita ls o r in m any
because there is a good market value c a s e s th e y w ill s u ffe r a t h om e In doing
d u ty b y th « n ation .
in them, and as a food product they th T e ir
h o u sa n d s o f w om en w ho a r e now
should be saved.
b lessed w ith ro b u s t h e a lth c a n n o t u n d er­
Fruits and vegetables are in good sta n d w hy th o u sa n d s o f o th e r w om en con ­
tin u e to w orry an d s u ffe r from ailments
demand for the holiday trade.
p ecu lia r to w om en w h en th e y c a n obtain
Poultry is having a good sale. fo r a tr iflin g su m D r P ie r c e ’s F a v o rite
P re sc rip tio n w h ich will su rely and q u ic k ly *
Dressed turkeys are quoted at 30 cents. b an ish a ll p ain , d is tre s s and m ise ry and
EMULSION,
County to Have Farm Expert.
Colfax, Wash. — Whitman county is
' to have an agricultural instructor, em­
ployed by the Federal department of
agriculture, which will pay his salary,
the county to pay his expenses. This
is in line with the government’s desire
to increase production and improve
i agricultural conditions. The agricul-
; turalist is to be selected by the Fed­
eral government and the State Agricul­
tural college, with the consent of the
: county commissioners. The board has
voted to grant the request, of the gov-
] emment.
re sto re th e w om an ly fu n cU o n s to p e rfe c t
h ea lth .
T h is old p re scrip tio n o f D r. P ie r c e 's la
e x tr a c te d from ro o ts an d h erb « b y m ean s
o f p u re g ly c e rin e and Is a te m p era n ce
rem ed * y o f 50 0 _ . y e a a r n s .............................
’ good sta n d in g . Send
10c fo r tr ia l pi
of ta b le ts to In v alid s’
H o tel. B u ffa lo ,*^ - Y.
W rite D r. P ie rc e fo r fr e e 136-p ag e book
on w om an 's d ise a se s. Y ou m ay a lso h ave
co n fid en tia l m ed ical ad v ice w ith o u t cost.
—Adv.
Or Something Else.
“Went to a ’possum dinner Saturday
night.”
“And how did you enjoy your ’poa-
sum?”
- *
“I didn’t eat any. The funny thing
about a ’poesum dinner is that most
of those present fill up on ham.”—
Louisville Courier-Journal.
An Exception.
"My wife was so excited she talked
all night”
"What a remarkable w ife!”
“Why so?”
Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade:
“Does she only do that when she’s
Hard white — Bluestem, Early Bart, excited?”—Baltimore American.
Allen, Galgalus, Martin Amber, $2.05.
Soft white—Palouse bluestem, forty-
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets are best for liver,
White Valley, Gold Coin, White bowels and stomach. One little Pellet
SOOT T IE S UP TELEGRAPH 1 fold,
Russian, $2.03.
White club—Little for a laxative—three for a cathartic.
tt<>u h- counseled Its editor* not to with the allies are thus ruthlessly be­
i club, Jenkins club, white hybrids,
print anything offensive to the Ger­ ing suppressed hy the Venezuelan gov­ Difficulty That Has Long Been Puzzle Sonor, $2.01. Red Walla Walla— Red
Cynical.
to Electricians at Last la
ernment, openly when possible, and
man*.
Russian, red hybrids, Jones fife, Cop-
"Miss Cynthia Is such a sensible
8olved.
When the British minister at Carac­ hy underhand means when openness
; pei, $1.98. No. 2 grade, 3c less. No. girl.”
as protested against the suppression of falls, German propagandist publica­
3 grade, 6c less; other grades handled
“Everybody knows she is. That is
Marshfield. Ore.—Trouble that has by sample.
Kl Fonngrufo, on Iho ground that Kl tions are allowed nnd uided to carry
why the men keep away from her.”—
Kco Aleman (the German Echo) of that on, upon a large scale, n campaign of beset a new line of the Western Union
Exchange.
Flour— Patents, $10.
city, was allowed free rein to carry | abuse and vinification of the entente Telegraph company between Eugene,
Millfeed—Spot mill prices: Bran,
Ore.,
nnd
Marshfield
since
It
was
con­
on nn extensive propaganda «gainst .-lilies. The most Important of these
Nothing Doing There.
$33 per ton; shorts, $36; middlings,
the nllle*. the Venezuelan government ' Journals Is Kl Echo Aleman (the Ger­ structed nnd which hnd been a puzzle $46; rolled barley, $6001.62; rolled
The seedy looking man took his seat
at the table and scanned the menu.
retorted hy suppressing the pro-nlly pa­ man Echo) of Caracas, ii weekly maga­ to electricians. Is believed to have oats, $62.
“Waiter, I’ve only 30 cents on me.
per Iai Igulldnd (Equality) of Ciudad zine. This magazine Is made up ex­ been solved. It has been found thnt
Corn— Whole, $84 per ton; cracked, Now,
what would you recommend?”
Bolivar, and made El Correo de la clusively of extracts and fictitious ex­ where the wires run through a 4300- $85.
The waiter gently removed the card
Tnrde (Afternoon Mall) of the same tracts of articles attneklug the ullles, foot railroad tunnel the Insulators
Hay— Buying prices; Eastern Ore­ from his would-be patron’s grasp.
city, n German propagandist newspa­ taken from real nnd inmglnnry publlc- have been made conductive by spot gon timothy, $25(026; alfalfa, $24
“Another restaurant,” he said.—Ex­
per, It« offlelul organ.
I atlons all over Latin America nnd from locomotives. Now employees of per ton; valley grain hay, $24; clover, change.
the
telegraph
company
go
over
the
El Luchador Suppressed.
from the press of Germany nnd Aus­
$22; straw, $8.
Later El Luchador (the Wrestler) tria and the neutral countries of Eu­ line within the tunnel nnd wipe away
Butter—Cubes, extras, 45(0 46c per
of Ciudad Bolivar, a newspaper of ten rope. Kl Echo Aleman Is distributed the soot collections at regular Inter­ pound; prime firsts, 45c.
Jobbing
years' existence, the only Influential gratis throughout Venezuela nnd nil vals and telegraphic communication prices: Prints, extras, 460148c; car-
newspaper 111 nil eastern Venezuela, the countries of northern nnd western Is uninterrupted.
I tons, lc extra; butterfat. No. 1, 520}
wn* suppressed because It reproduced
[ 53c, delivered.
an article of nn American In Venezuela
> Eggs — Fresh ranch, current re­
ti|»>n the policy of Ihe United States
ceipts, 47(348c per dozen; candled,
In Latin American countries which
' 50c; selects, 55c.
had been published In pamphlet form,
Poultry — Hens, large, 20c; per
and contained absolutely nothing at
pound; small, I8c; springs, 180fl9c Eat less meat if you feel Back-
which the Venezuelan government
| ducks, 20c; geese, 14(018c; turkeys,
4P
achy or have Bladder
could take offense. The article paid a
| live, 20@ 22c; dressed, choice, 30(0
police
have
to
contend
with
Is
the
lack
trouble.
high tribute to General Gomez, which Detailed to Help Out French Con­
30Jc.
of constables, who are mostly at the
Is necessary In any nrtlcle thnt Is
Veal—
Fancy,
15(016c
per
pound.
front. But this Is no difficulty to the
stables in Maintaining
printed In n Venezuelan newspaper, but
Pork—Fancy, 17@18c per pound.
Meat forms uric act l which excites
American captain, who promptly de-
simply refuted claims printed In the
Vegetables — Tomatoes, $2.50 per and overworks the kidneys in their
Order.
tntis ns many men to help as may be
numerous G. .-man newspapers nnd
i
crate;
cabbage,
l|(<?2tc
per
pound;
let­
efforts to filter It from the system.
needed.
periodicals to tho effect that the United
tuce, $20i2.25 per crate; cucumbers. Regular eaters of meat must flush the
The
cnptnln
Is
trented
with
great
States government was entering upon
$1.350fl-75 per dozen; peppers, 1501 kidneys occasionally. You must re­
respect and has nn office for Ills lieu­ 17c per pound; cauliflower, $2.2501 lieve them like you relieve your bow­
a policy of Imperialism nnd for that
tenants
In
the
local
police
buildings.
reason was seeking to browbeat the
¡2.50 per crate; sprouts, 1 0 0 }llc per els; removing all the acids, waste and
Whnt strikes one as strange U that ¡pound; artichokes, 85c @ $ 1 .1 0 per poison, else you feet a dull misery in
Latin American republics Into severing
kidney region, sharp pains In the
relations with Germany.
University Graduates Speak Little the local police officials seem to think ¡pound; garlic, 7(08 J c ; squash, l ) c per the
that the Americans, after coming over pound; pumpkins, l j c per pound; cel­ back or sick headache, dizziness, your
This has left Kl Konografo of Mara-
French, but They Render Valuable
stomach aours. tongue is coated and
to France to take part In this war, pay­ ery, $3.500} 4.52 per crate.
when the weather is bad yon have
Service—People Should Be
ing their way, supplied with every sort
Sack
Vegetables—Carrots,
$1.25
per
rheumatic twinges.
The urine Is
Careful What They Say.
COMMANDER M'MUNN
of food for limn and horses, clothing sack; beets, $1.50 0} 1.75; turnips, cloudy, full of sediment; the channels
nnd munitions of war, ought to speak $1.50; parsnips, $1.75.
often get irritated, obliging you to get
Somewhere In France.—One of the French also. The boot Is decidedly
Potatoes— Oregon, $1.2501'. 160 per up two or three Umes during the
features of Amerloun military life In on the other leg, think the American hundred; Yakima, $1.500} 1.75; sweet night
To neutralize these lrritaUng acids
Frnnee 1» the municipal police work boys. The French authorities ought to potatoes, 4Jc per pound.
and flush off the body's urinous waste
performed hy several companies In va­ hnve officials who speak English, or. If
Onions— No. 1, $2.50012.75; No. 2, get about four ounces of Jad Salts
this Is not convenient, then they ought 2 per hundred.
rious parts of France.
from any pharmacy; take a table­
In one town near to tho regional to have men who can act ns Interpre­
Green fruits — Apples, $1 (3! 2.25; spoonful lu a glass of water before
camps I noticed n very excellent ex­ ters for tho boys. This Is a crying |»ears, $1.25 03 2.25; grapes. 7c per breakfast for a few days and your
ample of American adaptiveness to evil nnd ought to be remedied at once. pound; cranberries, $13.50@16.50 per kidneys will then act fine and bladder
disorders disappear.
This famous
any sort of work thnt necessity gives Volunteers are wanted to teach the barrel.
Americans the elements of French as
Hods— 1917 crop, 16@20 per pound; salts Is made from the acid of grapes
rlso to.
and lemon juice, combined with llthla.
1916 crop, 130}15c.
The captain of n certain company spoken.
and has been used for generations to
Wool— Eastern Oregon, 600T60c per clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys
T h e L a n g u a g e Q uestion.
who graduated from the American
pound;
valley,
550<'60c;
mohair,
long
school with high honors and the usual
Ono Frenchman said to me:
and stop bladder Irritation. Jad Salts
is inexpensive; harmless and makes
grndc wn* not long before he got pro­
"I cannot understand how It Is that - staple, 55c.
a delightful effervescent lithia-water
December 19, 1917.
moted to his present rank. He Is be­ your men who come—that Is, so many
drink which millions of men and wo­
Cattle—
loved by his men nnd enn "get any­ of them—from schools nnd colleges
where they are taught French cannot Med. to choice steers.. . .$ 9.350? 10.00 men take now and then, th: t avoiding
thing out of them,” It Is salt!.
serious kidney and bladder diseases.—
These men are not used to police «penk the language a little, anyhow.” Good to med. steers......... 8.500? 9.40 Adv.
work. But that Is no matter. They Now this nettled me somewhnt, and I I Com. to good steers......... 7.000?: 8.15
do It nil the same. In this company replied "How Is It that with all your Choice cows and heifers. 6.750? 7.60
alone I counted ns ninny ns 131 univer­ schools and colleges In France so few Com. to good cows and hf 6.600? 7.00
sity men. They are nil men who vol­ of your people can speak a word of Canners................................. 3.000? 5.50 that make a horse Wheeze,
,
unteered for the nrnty at the start. Kngllnh? And how Is It that the most Bulls....................................... 4.600? 6.75 Roar, have Thick Wind —
L ■.
This shows the sort of stuff they are of them do not even want to learn Eng­ C alv es................................... 7.000? 9.50 or Choke-down, can be
] Stockers and feeders.. . . 6.000? 7.85 reduced with
lish? Why Is this?”
made of.
Hog*—
On Patrol Duty.
One of the many duties of the Ameri­
S S 0 B S
■ Prime light h o g s..............$15.65(315.80 B
In the evenings you see groups of can military police Is to arrest suspi­
Prime heavy h o g s........... 15.700}16.00
It would surprise
these military police stationed at va­ cious characters.
P ig s .................................... 13.750? 15.00 ■Iso other Bunche« or Swellings. No blister,
no hair gone, and horse kept at work. Eco­
rious parts of the city nnd patrolling many to know that this sort of person
Bulk
.................................. 15.76
nomical-only a few drops required at an ap­
about. In tho day time they do the Is particularly busy at the present time
Sheep—
same sort of work. They are detailed nnd meets with severe experiences Western lambs.................. $13.00(313.50 plication. #2 per bottle delivered, k g 3 II fit*.
ABSORHINK. JR., the antiseptic liniment for
to look nfter the American troops nnd when found out. American civilians Valley lambs...................... 12.50(313.00 mankind,
reduces Cysts, Wens, Painful,
ns
well
as
the
soldiers
cannot
be
too
*ee
that
they
get
fair
play
In
any
mis­
Commander of tho (loot of fast boats
Yearlings............................ 12.000?12.60 Swollen Veins and Ulcers.$1 and $2 a bottle at
rnreful
what
they
say
and
where
they
understandings
thnt
may
arise.
that kept the ore moving on tho Groat
Wethers.............................. 11.76(312.25 dealer» or delivered. Book “ Evidence” free.
One difficulty that the local French any It at present
E w e s ................................... 8.000*10.00 II. F. I0UN8, P O.F., 4$l Tsm»la $t, S«rl»|fW4, flat*
Lake*.
AMERICANS ADEPT AT POLICE WORK
GLASS OF SALTS IF
II
SHOW STUFF THEY RE MADE OF
THICK, SWOLLEN SU N O S