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»ml «sty-Sve Itoums. all Minima
Impruvwni*’i)l» fraa /.bun«* on «vary iloor.
SAGE TEA BEAUTIFIES
7Sc to $1.50 par dayi $2.50 to
$5.00 par week.
Opposlta Oeerthous». t blurk« from I'uaiiifllra,
pfro 1‘rouf. H. I" ami Ormron Klaelria pam duo*.
Don’t Stay Gray! It Darkens
So Naturally that No
body cun Tell.
Ara m«<U< from your Ol.t> CAR
PETS. Rate Rugs wovon all zlse*.
Mall orders r m ive prompt anil rsrs-
ful attention. Sond for book lot.
You can turn (ra y. faded hair beau
tlfully dark and lustrous almost over
NORTHW EST RUC CO.
E. 8th and Taylor SU.
Portland, Or. night If you'll set a 60-ceut bottle of
"W yeth's Bags and Sulphur Com
pound" at any drug store. Millions of
boil lea of this old famous Hags Taa
Reclpa, Improved by the addition of
othar Ingredients, are sold annually,
says a well known druggist here, be
from hoavy lay In « (llu g a n l««!) «U>rk. 110.00
cause It darkens the hair so naturdlly
per 100. W » Kiwranl«» « « f « Arrival.
and avenly that no one can tall It has
THE PIONEER HATCHERY been applied.
Those whose heir Is turning gray
415 Siath Straat.
or becoming faded have a surprise
awaiting them, because after one or
two applications the gray hair van
M O N E Y FOR Y O U .
Thousands of (ralnwl fauna w » p l« n~4sd. Isbee and your locks become luxuriant
Il.linil« Walkm Hu.In— r«lbma. Portland
>‘rb# ly dark and beautiful.
■tudatiU In poelllona. IC ii roll any Um«.
This Is the age of youth.
C a U U zg u «.
haired, unattractive folks aren't want
ed around, to get busy with Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound tonight
and you’ll b< delighted with your dark
h a n d s o m e i.
- and your youtbful ap
■ayn * - T r * 4 ^
pearance within a few days.
This preparstlon Is s toilet requisite
snd Is not Intended for the cure, mill
gatiou o f prevention of disease.—-Adv.
' 'n'-w>}n ?r t 0*"*r**irt ?Se I £!V
White Leghorn Baby Ghix
D a n d ru fî
Itc h in g
C u tic u r o
Tha Wiaa Huaband.
C liffq r;J a rto n lived In a auhurban
• I,.. Jntv
»■•‘ «"1 h,m *° purchase
ii u i u. " V,r hoi » Inin In Naw
|he Ha|t.M |rl wbat
. displayed a uuuibar.
to recover $8229. »> very pretty ones,
chattel mo tgnyou prefer?" she aald.
ant to th- /UpV'ake i*n> illfferonce."
»«'■ s» Ion.
"Charley, dear," said young Mrs.
Torkltis, "as I understand It, the coal
situation Is puzzling."
"A s you understand It, It probably
Is. How do you understand It?"
"W hy, It seems thst owing to a scar
city of coal It will be Impossible to
cook the meat and potatoes we could
n't afford to buy, an, uow."— Washing
"Doeau’l make any differencet” ex
A Good Place.
claimed the aaleaitlrl.
“ Why, don't
Hubby—Twenty five dollars for that
you think your wife would like a cer hat! It's a crime!
W lfey— Well, the crime is on my
"No, It makes no difference what own hevd — Exchange.
color I net or what else. I shall have
to come back tomorrow to have It
"M y hair began to turn when 1 was
quite young," ske said.
Her Paradoxical Position.
"Oh. then you've dyed It?"
"S ir! What do you mean?"
"A vessel la different In one way
"Heg pardon. Didn't I understand
from anything else."
you to say It turned?"
"W hat la that?"
"Certainly, that's what I said. It
"It Is when ahn Is tied up that ahe
began to curl."— Exchange.
can't make any knots.” — Exchange.
"H ow 's Perrin getting along with NOTH ING STAND S AS HIGH, os a
hla new automobile?”
remedy for every s o
"Ptnely. I l e ' i got so now that he
manly aliment, as Dr.
can almost tell what's the matter
Pierce's Favorite Pres
wheu It won't go."— Brooklyn Citizen.
It’s the only
medicine for women cer
"W hen they pass anti trust laws In
tain In Its effects.
the future they will have teeth In
"Oh. that's only biting sarcasm.”
Dr. Pierre’s Pellets are best for liver,
bowels nfld Stomach. < >ne little Pellet
for a laxative—three for e cathartic.
B ou gh t, S old, R en ted en d R a p a irtd
W A L K E R KI.KCTRIC WORKS
Burnaidc. cor. loth.
Will guarants« you lop market prie«« at all tlmaa
for your Vool, Iloti, Poultry. K m , lluttar. IIU-o,
Etc. It you hovo not »hippe.I to ua. try ua.
Hides, P e lts,' Cascara
Baux, W ool & Mohair
W. « h i al
"Your husband hasn't had any— er
— entanglements since he has been
'over there' has he?"
"N o— nothing but barbed wire— so
far."— Florida Tlmes-Unlon.
Soft, Clear 8kins.
Night find morning Imthe the face
with Cutleurn Soap nnd hot water. I f
ti..Te nre pimples first smear them
with Cutleurn Ointment. For free sam
ples address, "Cutleurn, Dept. X, Boa-
ton." Sold by druggists nnd by mall.
Soap 25, Ointment 25 nnd 50.— Adv.
Wife in Pnm mi Stufe« Tifa
r. NORTON C O M PAN Y.
Portland. Oro., Seattle, Wn..
S H IP
Veal, Pork, Beef,
Poultry, Butter, Eggs
and Farm Produce.
to the Old Reliable Rverding house with a
record o f til year» o f Square I ’»"»ling», end
be assured of T O P M AR K ET PRICES.
45-47 F ron t Surest.
P o rtla n d , O r . c o n
B U Y
lD o Your Own Plumbing |
By bnjrlng direct from o r at whokmule price«
•nd ««v»* the plumtwr'« profit«. W rit« u« to-
lajr your need«. W « will « 1 ? « you our rock-
bottom "dlmct-to-you” price«, f. o. h. r«il or
boat. W e actually nave you from lu to id par
cent. A ll rood* guaranteed.
North we« t headquarter« f©» lea d er Water
System« and Puller A Johnson En#Ina.
S TAR K -D AV IS CO.
112 Third Street.
P. N. U.
P o la n d . O r e m
No. 16, 191$
5500 ACRES BOUGHT
Rich Reclaimed Tract A loag Columbia
River Brings $300,009 Oats sad
Pasturage for First Year.
Ceptain John Peterson, desn o f the
Columbia R iver pilots, died at Astoria
F ifty-five hundred acres o f choice
as the result o f s stroke o f paralysis.
bottom land reclaimed from the Co
He was born in Sweden In 1866, and
lumbia river, near Clatskanie, in Co
was 62 years o f age.
lumbia county, Or., has been pur
German boa been banished from the chased from the Columbia Agricultural
La Grande high school curriculum by company by a syndicate composed o f
the school board, which, at tha same Lee Arnett, Portland banker; Max H. I
session, increased all salaries at least Houser, grain exporter and Federal'
10 per cent to all teachers.
grain administrator for the Northwest;
Major Hitchcork and Captain Brown, Ralph E. Williams, o f Portland and |
o f the spruce division, aviation section Delias, and Donald Bell, a New York |
o f the United State« Signal Corps, manufacturer.
The price paid for"the property by I
«pent several days this week inspect
ing the various spruce camp* near the syndicate is announced at $300,000. I
The deal wo« closed March 26, but was
Siietz, Toledo and Waldport.
announced only this week..
W arren’s home guard is fully organ
A t the,earnest i me Jit was announced
ized and drilling weekly. The men that 3000 o f the 6500 acres are to be j
w ill be sworn in as deputy sheriffs seeded at once in oats, so that the first
next week by Sheriff Stanwoui. Equip crop may be gathered this year. The
ment is expected shortly and the com purchasers, who have organized the
pany is now composed o f 66 r.«en-
Clatskanie Land company to handle
Major Deich, in command o f t/w the property, have put up $50,000 to
state police, has asked Captain O. J. buy the necessary seed and are spend
Hull, o f Salem, to send 15 or 20 men ing $20,000 for farm machinery.
The remainder o f the property will
friirn Salem aa soon os possible to re-
lle - ij^ i^ n on guard duty In Portland. be devoted for the present to stock
* nt* are
now open for the new grazing. While plans in this connec
tion have not been announced, it is
¿ . H i l a r y i w x oniztion.
understood that]considerable stock is
It is probal
probable that at least a part o f to be purchased.
the Eastern Oregon company o f the
The war has resulted in s great de
Oregon State Police w ill be organized mand for oats to feed JLe great num
Commandant Jacob ber o f horses in the American and al
Marin, o f the United Spanish War lied armiea, and this is understood to
Veterans, is circulating the application be the reason fo r planting the first
blanks among the members o f Malabon crop to that grain.
Later the Clatskanie Land company
Conditions were never before more plans to put the land under intensive
favorable for the sheep industry in cultivation, under its own manage
Lake county than at present.
Owing ment, for the raising o f potatoes and
to the exceedingly mild winter the other vegetables in large quantities for
sheep are in as good condition as when the Portland market.
W illard N. Jones is already in charge
taken from the summer range lost fall,
and os a consequence the quality o f the o f the property aa manager for the
company. The land is said to be one
wool w ill be excellent.
o f the richest tracts in Oregon, the
Wialliam W. Hall, formerly pitcher
soil being peaty and very fertile. It
o f the Hood R iver I-eague baseball
is a part o f 10,000 acres that have
team and later a star o f other Mid-
been diked and reclaimed by the Co
Columbia teams, recently enlisted in a
lumbia Argicultural company.
squadron o f the A viation Corps. In a
letter to his father, W illiam Hall, he
Rate Increases to Be Filed.
announces that he is training ss a flyer
Olympia— The Interstate Commerce
at a school at Hempstead, N. Y.
commission has notified the State Pub
Seventy-two to four was the Anal
count in the election affecting water lic Service commission that hereafter
users at Klamath Falls last Saturday all rate increases asked by interstate
for the adoption o f a contract from the railroads must be filed with the state
government, by which a district irri commissions before they w ill be acted
gation plan o f organisation w ill be upon by the national
followed inatead o f a water-users' as Heretofore the railroads have been ap
sociation, os has been previously main plying for rate increases to Washing
ton, D. C., and the first intimation the
shippers or the state commissions re
It is the plan o f the railroad admin- ceived that a change we* contemplated
Do You Do This?
sitration to entrust, os far as possible,
is when the new rate waa approved
The customer was paying the mer
cu rm -s BUCKLES PIUS
to the Interstate Commerce commis by the Interstate commission.
chant an account and handed over a
sion and state commissions duties in
wad of 20 $5 bills.
connection with the control o f rail
Labor Scarce at W alla Walla.
Carefully the merchant placed the
roads, according to advices received by
W alla W alla —The fanners’ union, notes on the counter, and wetting the
the Public Service commission from
i far book
sisted by the county agricultural tip of his finger he counted them one
John Barton Payne, general counsel agent, has started a campaign to get by one.
“ I noticed,” remarked the customer,
for the Federal board. He asks the more farm help. There is a shortage.
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commission to advise him as to all One farmer had to stop his plow teams, smilingly, after the merchant had
y « n oI $pi;lsHrfat te v a c c in » AND « V «
o n l y . I n s is t o n C u t t u s . I I i
being unable to get men. An effort “ that you didn’t ‘flick’ up the last
The Polk county grand jury is in w ill be made to have clerks and others one."
“ No,” was the canny reply. " I dinna
session this week looking into alleged who work in the city go into the har
dae more than look at the last one.
pro-German statements o f number o f vest fields this fall.
That's guid enough for me without
Reports o f seditious talk
touchln’ it; there might be anither
’’ T Sore Eyrs, Eyes Inflamed by
have been coming in fast to the county
5 . « , Duat and WimJ quickly
underneath i t ” — Chicago Herald.
officials during the post few months
relieved by Murine. T ry It In
you» Eyes and In Baby’s Eyes.
and the grand jury was called for the
Probably She Didn't.
R L .1 L O N o Smartiag. Jest EyeCsaLrt
purpose o f probing these charges.
A gentleman winked at a bright lit Murine Eye Remedy
W heat —Bulk basis for No. 1 grad e;
Several citizens have lately been ar
tle boy on the Lewiston car the other
rested and taken to Portland, from Hard white, $2.05. Soft white, $2.03. day. The youngster tried to return Ey*
where they w ire sent to internment W hite club, $2.01. Red Walla, $1.98. the salute, but both eyes persisted In
No. 2 grade, 3c leas; No. 3 grade, 6c shutting.
less. Other grades handled by sample.
“ Mamma,” he finally said to a nice
----- C O C O S A M D U O t t f f t ™
The farmers are more scared than
Flour — Patents, $10 per barrel; looking woman by ilia side, “ wink at
TU’s.’T J S r i r . s a r i j n
hurt over the possibility o f a labor
whole wheat, $9.60; graham, $9.20; that man.”— Portland Press.
by b ... dro.*«. 2 g#
shortage at the time o f harvesting
barley flour, $14,50(0,16.00; rye flour,
crops, ” J. O. Holt, manager o f the
$10.75fd.12.75; corn meal, white, $6.50;
Eugene Fruit Growers’ association,
The Reporter— What are your views
Their First Mention.
yellow. $6.25 per barrel.
said Wednesday. Mr. H olt added that
M illfeed— N et mill prices, car lota: about municipal ownership?
for once, expressed great in
The Boss— It's all right if none of
there is an unusually heavy demand
Bran, $30.00 per ton; shorts, $32;
terest in the sermon. “ Fancy flying
from the East for canned string beans middlings, $39; mixed cars and leas them inquiaitlve fellers come snoop
machines being mentioned in the
this year, but that he is having much than carloads, 50c more; rolled barley, ing around to find out how you got B ib le!” he said.
difficulty in inducing farmers to plant
"But are they?”
$77(<i79; rolled oats, $76.
these beans for fear that pickers w ill
“ W hy, didn't the vicar say Esau
C om — Whole, $77 per ton; cracked,
TO B RE AK IN NEW SHOES A L W A Y S USE
not be available.
sold his heirship
to his brother
A llen '« Foot-Ease, the antiseptie powder, i t - __ .
Q . __ .__
tiabtneee and blistering. Relieves Com*. Jacob .
Ed Reed was instantly killed at
Hay — Buying prices,
(unions, snd Swollen. Sweating. Aching Feet.
Reedsport while unloading a car of
Eastern Oregon timothy, $29(>i30 per Gives rest and comfort. Accept no substitute.
Taking Care of Him.
piling. Having some difficulty In get
Semple FREE. Address. Allen S. Olmsted. Le
"W ell, they are taking good care of
ting the piling started. Reed was ob ton; valley timothy, $25(u26; alfalfa, Roy. N . Y . _______________________
| my boy, anyhow.”
liged to get in the track of piling as $24(o24.50; valley grain hay, $22;
Getting Tamed Down.
"T h a t so?’’
they rolled to the water. Before he clover, $19(o 20.00; straw, $9.00(d:10.
"Y es, he writes me that they’re
Butter— Cubes, extras, 37Jc; prime
There has come to be a perceptible
could clekr one of the timbers struck
him. pinning him down, and three firsts, 37c; prints, extras, 42c; car shortage in the wild oats crop, and keeping him in the guard house for a
others passed over him, crushing his tons, lc extra; butterfat. No. 1, 41c that is one of the things owing to the month.”— Exchange.
war which go to offset its distressing
body and mashing his head to a jelly. delivered.
effects.— Albany Journal.
A home guard company of 111 men
Eggs— Ranch, current receipts, 33J
“ Isn't it odd that you have to pay
was organized at Dallas Friday even (<£S4c; candled, 34(a35c; selects, 36c
for the batteries in your electric
It Waa Afterward Roasted, Too.
ing. W ayne Greenwood was elected per dozen.
captain. Roy Flrseth first lieutenant,
Adam could afford a spare-rib, but lamps?”
Poultry — Hens, 28c; broilers, 40c;
"W h y is it queer?”
and J. R. Sibey second lieutenant. All
Garden of Eden market prices were
"Because you state expressly you
officers will be sworn in as deputies ducks, 32c; geese, 20c; turkeys, live, far from our 1918 standards.— Brook
want them charged.”— Exchange.
to Sheriff Orr and the company will
Veal- Fancy, 18i(iil$c.
be called upon to perform general
Pork- Fancy, 23(o23$c per pound.
In a Butcher Shop.
police duty as needed.
Sack Vegetable*- Carrots, $1.15 per
"Butcher, do you sell whale meat?
summer months the company w ill aid
“ Sometimes spring Is early, some-
“ Yes. mum.”
sack; turnips, $1.50; parsnips, $1.25; times late.”
In fire patrol work.
"Can I see some choice cuts?”
"N o t as regards our apartment
To C. T. Parley, an engineer and beeta, $2.
"Certainly, mum. Jake, fetch the
Potatoes— Oregon Burbanks, 75c(<( house. No heat after the first of May
prominent resident o f the Bonanza
district, has been awarded the con $1 per hundred; new California, 10c is the regulation.”— Louisville Courier- stepladder and show this lady over
the whale.”— Kansas City Journal.
tract for construction of the canals per pound; sweet potatoes, 10c per Journal.
and ditches of the 900-acre Yonna pound.
Valley unit of the new Irrigation sys
Onions—Jobbing prices, l(ft l } c per
tem which is being launched this year pound.
at Bonanza. The water w ill be ob
tained by pumping from Lost River.
A p ril 16, 1918.
The pumps have been ordered and Med. to choice s te e rs ... .$11.756(12.25
will be Installed before the first of Good to med. steers........ 10.760iTl.75
next month so that everything will Com. to good steers........ 9.000(10.00
Cuts logs in the woods, and by using
be In readiness for watering this
our Circular Sawing Attachment w ill
Choice cows and heifers. 10.000(11.00
cut cord wood into stove lengths.
Com. to good cows and h f 6.000( 9.50
An aero training school for Oregon, C anners...........................
W ill drive Pumps, Churns, Feed Cut
possibly at Hermlston or Medford, Bulls................................. 6.500/ 9.50
ters, Grindstones, Fanning Mills, Lathes,
may be established In the near future. C alves..............................
A ir Compressors and any other work
The chamber of commerce waa ad Stockers and fe e d e r s ....
within a 4-h. p. capacity.
vised by w ire from Robert Dougan.
Washington representative, that a spe Prim e m ixed.................... $17.600(17.75
cial commission will be sent here to
W ill positively la st longer than any other P o rta b lr Pow er
Medium m ixed................ 17.350(17.50
look over sites at these two places.
Rough h e a v ie s ..............
Saw ing M achine on the m arket. W rite for particulars.
Three cases o f select and expensive P ig s ................................
wines and other liquors consigned to Bulk...............................
J. H. Cobbs, a wealthy Portland tim-
herman, were confiscated by Sheriff Prime spring lam bs.. . . $
Hurlburt after a freight checker for
125 EAST W A T E R S T , PO R TLA N D , ORECON
the O.-W. R. A N. company had dts
covered the liquor In s carload o f i Yearlings
Builders of High Grade Logging and Farm Machinery
furniture shipped to Mr. Cobbs fr o m W ethers........................... 18 . 00 (r/ 13.60
I E w es................................. 12.00(ril2.50
A Soldier's offering to his sweet
heart is naturally the sweetmeat
that save him m ost refreshm ent
and greatest enjoym ent when on
The Flavor Lasts
An old fellow on nls deathbed, In
Is an Invigorating, restor-
making his will, murmured to his law
stive tonic, a soothing
yer: "And to each of my employes
and strengthening nerv-
who have been with me 20 years or
Ine, and a complete cure
more I bequeath 112,000."
for all tha functional de-
“ Holy smoke, what gen erosity!" the
W rangements, painful dis-
o r d e r s , and c h r o n i c
"No. not at all." said the sick man.
weaknesses peculiar to
"You see, none o f them has been with
me over a year; but It will look good the sex.
For young girls Just entering wo
In the papers, won't It?"— Liverpool
manhood; for women at the critical
time; nursing mothers; and every wo
man who Is "run-down," tired or over
worked— It Is a special, safe, and cer
"Conditions are certainly changing.
They are setting the clocks ahead to
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets regu-
get more daylight.”
lato and Invigorate stomach, liver and
"S o they are."
bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules,
"And soon there won't be any fly
to take as candy.
time. Onsh, that was a regular season easy
flow to Doctor,
a few years back.”— Louisville Cour ed a patient for loss of memory?
Is told In Doctor Pierce's Common
Indeed. It I Is
dimes, or stamps, to cover printing
"I don't object to your marrying
and mailing.— Adv.
that young representative, Emily, but
I ’m afraid he doesn't Hand very high
School ma'am— Tommy, how do you
In the political world.”
spell "ham ” ?
"Oh. yes. he does, mother.
Tommp— Please, ma'am, do you
already been Investigated by five com mean the 'am we eat or the am we
are?— Chicago Herald.
S T A T E N E W S
IN B R IE F .
GIVE THIS MAN
THE GOLD MEDAL
Any corn, whether
hard, aoft or between the toes, will
loosen right up and lift out without
a particle of pain or soreness.
This drug la called freesone and In
a compound of ether discovered by a
Ask at any drug store for a small
bottle of freesone, which will coat but
a trifle, but la sufficient to rid one’s
feet of every corn or callous.
Put a few. dropi directly upon any
tender, aching corn or callous. In
stantly the soreness disappears and
shurtly the corn or callous will loosen
and can be lifted off with the fingers
This drug freexone doesn't eat out
the corns or callouses hut shrivels
them without even Irritating the sur
Just think! No pain at all; no sore
ness or smarting when applying It or
If your druggist don't
have freeione have him order It for
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