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E s t a t e n e w s
WHEAT IS FAVORABLE
Crop Conditions Throughout Washing
ton Dhow Marked Improvement
Over Harne Time Last Year.
The Astoria Carpenters’ union, No.
017, at Ita mooting April 0, votad $S00
The entire winter has been unusually
moro for Liberty bonds, making a total
favorable fur winter wheat on aecouut
o f 1600.
o f the above normal temperatures and
Mark J. Hindman, ono o f tha oldaat adequate precipitation, practically all
raaldanta o f llakar county, dtod at tha o f which was absorbed by the soil.
ago o f 08 yaara at tha homo o f hla aon, Many Aside, especially throughout the
Albert Hindman, at Durks* Saturday. Palouae and Big Bend areas o f the
Hla daath resulted from a complication state, which had not appeared above
o f disease» duo to hla advanced ago.
the ground by December due to lack of
F ifty dtlaana o f Wendllng Wadnaa- precipitation early In the season and
day forwarded a petition to Adjutant where conditions indicated a duplica
General John M. W illiam » aaklng for tion o f the unfavorable rotting out o f
the preceding year, have attained sub
authorlaatlon o f a Home Guard at
Moat o f the men who stantial growth. Although there has
elgned the petition are employee In the been an unusual winter growth o f all
mill and ram|w o f the Booth-Kelley wheat throughout the Big Bend and
Pnlouse counties, the plant has not at
tained the height reached under the
County Judge M iller and Commie- most favorable years, and this condi
aioner V. Hurt, who returned to Toledo tion is conducive to weed growth later
from Salem and Portland Saturday in the season.
There are also occa
night, stated that Lincoln county will sions! fields In the Big Bend, Spokane
receive a tot^j o f 920,000 In addition and Whitman counties and the dry land
to ita road fund from the foreat reserve areas ot Walla W alla county, that
fund and the State Highway comm le were stfwn early In the fall which
sion on a 60-60 baala.
germinated, unevenly and may require
In a communication to the Salem partial re-sflwing, but tha present AH*
achool board, the state board o f health vorable growing weather will undouu l|*
criticises the manner o f handling con edly materially Improve the appearand
tagious diseases in the Sajem schools. o f these flelda within the next two or
The condition o f fall
The letter says that children affected three weeks.
with mumps and German measlea are wheat in Walla, Walla, Klickitat and
merely req •*. v> remain at home and surrounding counties is exceptionally
favorable, especially In moisture.
are not pla>.
Spring seeding and planting are now
A epU' was filed In the Clatsop general throughout the state excepting
C 'c s w fv jrru lt court this week by the in some o f the extremely late areas.
W e want to »end our 1918 Y e a r Book, to anyone, anywhere — free
United Sv,t,.s National bank o f Salem,
On account o f the early favorable
the asking. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago.
against the Vftetern Paving company
to recover »822*».,,,, and ,nt«reat on a spring and unusually favorable moist
ure conditions, many areas in the state
by the defend-
are completing spring seeding o f wheat
a n tto tb '
this year by the time they began seed
and U*A- usi.-ned to the plaintiff.
ing last year.
There has been considerable im
A fter 18 days spent In the Marshfield
city jail, Nestor Junkala, #» ntenced to provement in the condition o f livestock
60 days and flnerl »100 for I. W. W. and losses from disease have decreased
activities, Tuesday night tied his neck throughout the entire state.
tie to the steel frame o f the berth
above him, fastened the other end of
Yakima Potatoes Sold to Army.
Heard on Summer S treet
the tie about his neck, and lying face
Yakima- The first army contract for
“ Hallo! What'a your rush?”
downward in his bed, strangled him Yakima potatoes has been closed, and
“ 1 want to catch the 6:40 train.”
A. T. Davis, of the Davis Brokerage
“ But you’ve got twenty minutes."
Robert Banks, o f the Kruse & Hanks company o f this city, is gathering
“ I know, but I ’ve got to count on
Shipbuilding company o f North Bend, a shipment of 1,900,000 pounds. The
being held up this way by three or
four idiots who want to know what'a
announced during the flag-raising exer contract was awarded to Victor C. Cox-
my rush."— Boston Transcript
cises Sunday that the firm had re head, o f Seattle, direct, but Coxhead
ceived a telegram from the Shipping bid for the local company, which will
Board asserting that additional govern All the order at 917.60 a ton. The
It’s Grandmother’s Recipe to
“ H ave you received any valentines?”
ment contracts for wooden hulls would consignment will be forwarded to sev
Restore Color, Gloss and
"N o,” replied Mias Cayenne. "And
be awarded their yard as fast aa the eral campa in California in 26 carloads.
I’m really glad o f I t I have very little
ways were cleared to accommodate Mr. Davis was on the reservation ar
respect for a man who Is afraid to
ranging for deliveries and had pur
Almost everyone knows that Saga give personal expression to his con
A ll teachers in Oregon will hereafter chased most of the stock.
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound victions and writes an anonymous 1st
be required, when signing their con
ed. brings back the natural color and ter. ”— Exchange.
lustre to the hair when faded, streak
tracts to subscribe to the oath o f alle
i W ill positively l»»tTonger*and"do a wider'range
ed or gray. Years ago the only way
of work than any other portable power aawing
giance to the government o f the United
to get this mixture wae to make it at
machine made. Write for particulars.
Statee as a part o f their contract.
home, which la muaay and trouble
some. Nowadays, by aaklng at any
tion, J. A. Churchill has prepared a
drag store for “ W yeth’s Sage and Sul
Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade:
new form o f contract and has incorpo
phur Compound." you will get a large
rated as one o f the provisions an oath Hard white, 92.06. Soft white, 92.03.
bottle o f this famous old recipe. Im
similar In form to that required o f all White club. 92.01. Red Walla Walla,
proved by the addition of other In
No. 2 grade, 8c leas; No. 8
government officials. In speaking of 91.98.
gredients, for about 60 cents.
Don't stay gray! T ry It! No one
this contract. Superintendent Churchill grade, 6c less. Other grades handled
W e s t e r n T ìiu c k A t t a c h m e n t
can possibly tell that yon darkened
said: "T h e teachers o f Oregon as a by samples.
Tou corn-pestered men and woman
Dr. W illiam H. Crawford, president your hair, aa it does It so naturally
body are doing an immense amount of
Flour — Patents, 910; whole wheat,
need suffer no longer. W ear the shoes
of Allegheny college, said on hla de
They have assisted 99.60; graham, 99.20; barley flour,
soft brush with It and draw this that nearly killed you before, says
the government materially In the 918f<tlS.26 per barrel; rye flour, 910.60
parture to do war work at the front:
through your hair, taking one small this Cincinnati authority, because a
Hoover pledge card campaign, In the «1 2 .7 5 per barrel; commeal, 96.75
“ Don't aak me for an interview. strand at a time; by morning the gray few drops o f freesone applied directly
th rift stamp sales, in the Liberty loan per barrel.
There la something sinister about an hair disappears, and after another ap on a tender, aching corn or callous
M illfeed— Net mill prices, car lots:
campaigns, in the clerical work o f
Interview. It suggests that I'm never plication or two, your hair becomes ■tops soreness at once and soon the
Washington and Oregon.
beautifully dark, glossy and attractive. corn or hardened callous loosens so It
classifying the registrants, and in Bran, 930 per ton; shorts, 982; mid
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com can be lifted o u t root and all. with
“ Yes. you make me feel almost as
general by arousing every home repre dlings, 939; mixed cars and less than The most vital point o f a truck attach
to a delightful toilet requisite out pain.
sented in the public schools o f this
A small bottle of freesone coats
the only truck attachment made with a | nephew said:
who desire dark hair and a
state to deeds o f self-sacrifice and pat « 7 9 ; roiled oats. 976.
very little at any drug store, but w ill
Two-inch Timben Bearing. Other spe
riotism. Unfortunately throughout the
Com — Whole, 977; cracked, 978 ton. cifications in portion.
ed for the cure, mitigation or preven positively take o ff every hard or soft
noise like a frog?’
Hay— Buying pricea, delivered. East
state, there have been two or three
corn or callous. This should be tried
Why Buy an Inferior make?
“ ‘Why, W illie !' said the rich uncle, tion of disease.— Adv.
unpatriotic teachers, and before they ern Oreogn timothy, 927 per ton; val
aa it to Inexpensive and to said not
A . J. L O R M O R , Factory Dutnhstor.
to irritate the surrounding skin.
could be removed their influence has ley timothy, 9 2 4 «2 6 ; alfalfa, 9 2 4 «
SB-JS AUm S M
Portland. O r .to o .
I f your druggist hasn’t any freesone
to a certain extent discredited the 24. CO; valley grain hay, $22; clover,
"W ell, darling, here Is some conso
work o f their associates.
through 918; straw, 98.
" 'Because,' said W illie, ‘whenever I lation.” said the Impecunious lover to tell him to get a small bottle for yon
Qutter— Cubes, extras, 47c pound;
this loyalty oath it is hoped that the
ask papa to buy me a pony or bicycle the pretty little heiress, “ there Is one from his wholesale drag house. It to
fine atuff and acts like a charm evary
employment o f disloyal teachers may prime firsts, 46c; prints, extras, 49c;
"Th at prima donna didn't seem at or anything, he always says: ‘W alt till ship that can never be torpedoed.”
cartons, lc extra; butterfat. No. 1, all angry.”
be effectually checked.”
the sweet young thing, shifting her
"H ow old you get that Impression?"
A t a recent meetlhg o f the Rose-
Perhaps She Meant It.
Eggs— Ranch, current receipts, 35c Inquired the weary manager.
burg city council it was voted to invest
"Court-ship," he replied, and just
Thousands o f trained
"She never once raised her voice.”
WlUle Jones had been giving bia
perdoxen; candled, 3 6 « 37c.
92600. now In the city treasury, in
B asin «
"W ell, you don't think she'd waste a teacber a good deal of trouble that then her father came in and gave him Behnks-Wnlksr
Poultry— Roosters, old, 20«22c per
idents in positions.
Liberty bonds. The measure carried
pound; stags, 240126c; springs, 27(a)
without a dissenting vote and without
study period she said:
28c; broilers, 36c; ducks, 8 2 «3 5 c;
"And now, children, we come to that
“ Now ws will take up the subject
geese, 2 0 « 21c; turkeys, live, 2 6 «2 7 c;
parent, I must say.”
The State Board of Control has ta dressed, 35«37c.
“ How’s that?”
governed by a man called a kaiser," In rotation some of the lower animals,
ken action in increasing wages o f in
V eal— Fancy, 20«.20o per pound.
“ H e used to whale me. but he won't
said tho teacher. "Can any one tell starting with
stitution employes to the extent o f ap
Pork— Fancy, 21«21c.
let me lick my own kid.”— Exchange.
me what a kaiser Is? Yes, W illie !"
proximately 927.000 a year. These
Vegetables — Tomatoes, 92.75 per
"Please, ma’am, a kaiser Is a stream
increase* »over only the Oregon State crate; cabbage, 3 «4 c per pound; let of hot water springin' up In the air
A Unique Suggestion.
Edith— Well. If she accepted your
C era er Sixth . a i Hort St».. Part lead. Ote.
Hospital . .»d the Soldiers' Home at tuce, 9 2 « 2.26; cucumbers, 9 1 .2 5 « and disturbin’ the earth.”— Life.
flowera, your bon-bons, your bracelet,
A constable la a Vermont town re
LOU HIMES. Manager.
Superintendents of other 1.76 per/ doten; cauliflower, 9 1 .5 0 «
your caresses, she must have accepted cently rounded up a number o f ho RATES 75c to 8. SPECIAL—Week or Month
institutions under the board were in 1.76 per crate; artichokes, 85c«91 per
about everything o f yours.
And There It Ended.
Jack— She did; she even accepted
structed to prepare such schedules of dozen; garlic, 7c; celery, »3.76 per
Policyholder— I nearly had my skull
“ Come along," he said to them. “ Yon
wage increases as they deemed neces crate; peppers,
have all got to have a bath.”
pound; fractured on the Icy sidewalk yester
sary and present them for further con sprouts, 21c; rhubarb, 1 0 « 12c; aspar day. Don’t I get something for that?
This announcement was, of course,
Adjuster— If you can produce a doc
Hla Real Worth.
received with considerable perturba
sideration of the board at a special agus, 1 5 « 17c; peas, 17c per pound;
relieved by MX»M
tor's Certificate we may nearly give
meeting called for this week. The spinach, 91.25 per crate.
"Did you see the widow of our late tion, especially by the eldest of the
ady. No Smarting
you something.— Boston Transcript
Increases which w ill bring the pro
Sack Vegetables — Carrots, 91.26«
“ W h a t!” he exclaimed. "A bath! A Dnmiet* or by nwil 5»c por Bottle. — to*
"Yes, but when I told her I had
posed by these superintendents will 1.50 per sack; turnips, 9L50; pars
rrelatoein Taboo 25c. For Bssh i f A s Eye
called to extend my condolences, she bath with water?"
bring the total up to several thousands nips, 91-26.
"Sure thing,” said the constable.
asked my congratulations Instead.
o f dollars more annually.
Potatoes — Oregon Burbanks, 9 0 c «
W« waaf ad jn km. Write ter Print «tiSkipptef Tag«.
“ Look here. Mr. Constable,” said the
She had Just received his insurance
T H E H. r . N O R T O N C O M P A N Y ,
apprehensive one. “ Couldn't you man
1.10 per hundred; Yakimas, $1.26«
money."— Baltimore American.
The Astoria.school district w ill hold
age it with one of them vacuum clean
Portland. Ore., Seattle. W n„ Beilins ham. Wn.
1.36; sweet potatoes, 8c per pound.
a special election in the near future to
ers?”— Case and Comment
Onions— Jobbing prices, l@ l| c per
Is the result o f using Pstn-
LOSS OF POW ER and vital force fol
vote on the question o f issuing 9116,-
luma Incubators and Brood
low loss of flesh,
000 in school district bonda to raise
V m I, Pork,'Beef.
ers. That's the kind 70 a
W rite for our big
funds with which to purchase a site
Poultry, Butter, Egg»
Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. They regu
Free Catalog No 60.
and Farm Produce,
for a building.
late liver, bowels and stomach.
4 5 «6 0 c .; mohair, long staple, full
1 m p o v e r 1 s hed
to the Old Reliable Everding houee with a
KTILMA mCOUTM Cl
record o f t& year» o f Square I Velina*, and
M. N. Crow, o f Rosebqrg, was sen year, 60c; aix months, 4 0 «6 0 c ; burry,
blood. Dr. Pierce’s
He Wouldn’t Work.
be manured o f T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
tenced to serve from 10 to 20 years in 35«40c.
the state penitentiary for a statutory
48-47 Fron« Street.
Pert land. O re eon
What was the
riches the blood, was very unhappy.
crime against his 16-year-old daugh
( f '
stops the waste trouble? December wedded to May?
ter, who he took to Eugene about 10 Med. to choice steers,. . .9 1 1 .5 0 « 12.00
Chloe Johnson— Lan' aake, no mam t
of strength and
days ago and spent the night at a lodg Good to med. steers........ 10.606$ 11.60
tissue, and builds It was Labor day wedded to de day
Com. to good steers........ 8.60«10.00
up healthy flesh. ob rest.— Life.
Choice cows and heifers. 9 ,7 6 « 10.76
Thin, pale, puny and scrofulous chil
Governor Withycombe has received Com. to good rows and hf 6.00«: 9.60
dren are made plump, rosy and robust
M OTOR C A R REPAIRING
telegraphic word from his daughter, Cannera..........................
by tba “ Discovery.” They like It too.
"Both my w ife and I are praying
M a a ts«.
Mat— at t l «a * Ite
In recovering from “ Grippe," or In that It w ill be a g ir t”
Miss Mabel Withycombe, at Washing
C a lv e s ___
convalescence from pneumonia, fev
"W hy, I thought— ”
ton, D. C., that his son, Earl W ithy
M AGNETO SERVICE STATION
ers, or other wasting diseases. It
"Yea, I know, but the other day our
combe, ill In a hospital there, is much Stockers and feeders . . 6.6 0 « 9.50
speedily and surely Invigorates and cook remarked that she doesn’t like
A LL KINDS OF
improved and that chances for his re
bnllds np the whole system. As aa boy babies.”— Boston Transcript
Prime light h ogs..
covery are b righ t
appetising, restorative tonic. It seta
Can at 108 Alder .treat or mail eamplea.
Prime heavy hogs . . . .. 16.75«17.00
We bo/ >11 the time end pay the highest
at work all the processes ot digestion
Heal Baby Rashs*
The state o f Oregon, fo r the year P i ( f » ............................. .. 14.75«15.76
C Y L IN D E R G R IN D IN G
market price. Don't foil to get In touch
That Itch, hum and torture. A hot
with no before ealling. W e STS the
1918 on the 1917 assessment roll, has B u lk ...................
PRO M PT ATTE N TIO N
natural action, and brings back health Cutlcura Soap bath gives Instant re
Only Exclusive Bean Dealers in
levied 923,208,140.66 for all purposes,
Oregon. W . want more agents at
.TO ALL ORDERS
Cleaner, and dealen
including state, county, school, road, Western lambs........... . .»16.00«16.50
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets cure
Broad way at Flandara, Portland, Or.
pinnae w rite for our agent»’ term».
eities and towns and miscellaneous Valley lsmbs............... .. 14.5O«16.00
Constipation Is the
U ses, according to a statement com Yearlings.................... .. 13.0 0 «1 3 .60
D A L T O N C O .,
cause of many diseases.
Cnre the samplea addreaa. "Cutlcura. Dept. X,
pleted Friday by State Tax Commie Wethers ....................
■ tor S t..
rO R T L A N D .O R g .
cause and you c u t s the disease. Easy Boston." At drugglata and by mall.
sioner Gt Uoway.
Soap 29. Ointment 28 and 90.— Adr.
to take aa candy.— Adv.
No. IS, 1919
E w e s ..........................
P. N. U.
Swift & Company’s 1918 Year Book
It shows that Swift & Company sells the m eat from
a steer fo r less money then the live steer c o s t !
Proceeds from the sale of the hide, fat, and other by-products
covered all expense of dressing, refrigeration, fre ig h t, s e llin g
expense and the profit of $1.29 per steer as shown by Swift &
Company’s 1917 figures as follows:
Average price paid for live cattle per*t«r $84 45
Average price received for meat . . 68.97
Average price received for by-products 24.09
Total re c e iv e d ......................
Thu leave« for expenses and profit
Of which the profit per »teer wa*
There are many other interesting and instructive
facts and figures in the Year Book.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
All Steel and
GASOLINE DRAG SAW
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT
THE THOMAS ENGINEERING WORKS
125 L Waler St., Portland, Ore.
USTEN TO THIS!
SAYS CORNS LIFT
RIGHT OUT NOW
Over 1000 Satisfied Owners in
M ONEY FO R YOU.
I Hotel Hoyt
2 £ * Wool & Mohair
BIG, STRONG CHICKS
S H IP
Clear Pim ples
W it h Cuticura
A nd B e H appy
WE WANT YOUR BEANS Ì