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STATE TO AID ROADS
Floods to Ba Restored
Act o f Couaty and State.
The Coos County military board has
named 80 men for the two new drafts.
Yakima, Wash. -Th e stale highway
The board has listed 89 eligible», be
w ill join with the county
lieving the extra number will provide
for exemptions and for those who are commiseionera with the improvement
now in service.
o f the McClellan Pass road. State
Common garden sage brewed Into a
The Public Hervice coiiimiseion has funds will be applied to the building o f
heavy tea with sulphur added, will denied an application from the Elec a concrete bridge over the Naches
turn gray, etreaked and faded balr trie Light & Power company o f Bums
beautifully dark and luxuriant Juat for an increase in rates, and in so do river at Carmack ’• and perhaps to the
a few application« will prove a revela
ing sharply criticised the company for building o f a heavy timber bridge on
tlon If your balr la fading, etreaked or
tha Bumping river. Both these bridges
gray. Mlxlitg ttie Bag« Tea and Bui
pbur recipe at borne, tbougb, la trou
Workmen, while excavating for a were carried out by the freshet last
bleaome. An eaaler way la to get a 50 headgate on the John Grimes ranch, winter. In addition to building the
BEWARE OF IM ITA TIO N S
cent bottle of Wyeth'a Bage and Bui about four miles north o f Prineville,
two bridges the state and county will
t t n n - 4 •ui>(4y W U , w » »».II
llw « « ,
pbur Compound at any drug atore all
' mmtwm M ry»!. <*t n m | I «4 ijtk «*. Jl.CiO **«h.
ready for uae. Thla la tbe old time discovered placer gold in the gravel. join in making repairs on the highway
L *vi AlrauM A Co., Sun Francisco
recipe Improved by tbe addition of Samples have been taken and tests are at places where the high water im
| Iteing made to determine the extent o f
paired the grade.
While wlapy, gray, faded hair la not | tin- pay dirt.
1 1 a V T K r«i inflanwd by ,ipo- 1 »Inful. wa all dealre to retain our
These points were settled in detail
Slackers and loafers w ill not be tol
sura t o S e a . Deal so d M a t
youthful appearance and attractive
at a conference held here, when James
uukly relic v»d by Marla*
iy darkening your balr
l neaa. By
yaSeHMSy. N o Smarting,
Wyeth'a Bage and Hqjphur
K i^ b u r Compound, menet is made in an advertisement by Allen, state highway commissioner,
jtut K y# C o m lo r t._ A t
nu le 1- liei-ake It does It a> Die Council o f Defense. It notifies all and Charles T. Jordan, highway engi
no one can
Dniggiit* or by mai l SOc per Bolt I*. Ma
! naturally f. to e v o n lt you Jus dampen those who loaf around pool halls and
i n a sponge « or aoft wiruah wltn It and
neer, were in consultation with the
card tables to secure work immediate
draw thta through your hair, taklna ly and not w ait until notified by the county commissioners.
one small atrand at a time; by morn cou ncil.
agreed on by these officials w ill be
ing all gray hairs have disappeared,
and. after another application or two.
Junction ¿City citizens, who have presented to the state board o f high
your balr becomes beautifully dark, l*een besieged during the past week by way commiaaioners at a meeting to be
gloaay. soft end luxuriant
undesirable visitors, recently rounded held Monday, and I f the plan goes
Thla preparation la a delightful toll up a tramp who came to the city in a through the state w ill superintend the
et requisite and la not Intended for filthy condition, gave him a shower construction o f the Naches bridge and
the cure, mitigation or prevention of
bath in the city hall and took him to the county the construction at Bump
the city limits, where he was told to ing. About $50,000 w ill be spent.
Tha Judge and tha Expert.
She mixed Sulphur with it to
IteHtore Color, Glou,
a new suit FRU if they rip
o ______ Granulated Eyelids,
Don’t Use AnyTllher
Than Cuticura Soap
To Clear Your Skin
With the Fingers!
Says Corns Lift Out
Without Any Pain
You recklesa tueu and wuiueu »n o
are pestered w'th corns and who have
at least once a week Invited an awful
death from lockjaw or blood potsoo
are now told by a Cincinnati authority
to uae a drug railed freexone. which
the moment a few drops are applied
to any corn or callous the aorenees la
relieved and soon the entire corn or
callous, root and all, lifts o ff with the
Freexone drtea the moment It is ap
plied. and simply shrivels the corn or
calloua without Inflaming or even Ir
ritating the surrounding tissue or
akin. A small bottle of freexone will
coat very little at any of the drug
atorea, but will positively rid one's
feet of every hard or soft corn or
If your druggist
hasn't any freexona he can get It at
any wholesale drug bouse for you —
A d r.
The 8allor Speller.
In the harbor a "d rifter" waa hav
ing her name repainted, and near to
her waa a British war vessel from the
decks of which a number of Intereated
tara watched Intently while the name
Psyche was put on.
When the name w ai completed, one
of the tars called out disdainfully,
"H o. there!
That'« not the way to
spell 'fish' In the n a v y !"— London Tlt-
Mayor liylan of New York has no
belief In efficiency experts and has
banished them from the city hall.
An efficiency expert undertook to
teach Judge Hylan, as he then waa, a
lesson some years ago.
" I observe, Judge," the man said,
"that you've given notice (o your o f
fice hoy, Jimmy. Th at’s a great mis
"But he's the moat worthless lit
"Judge.” the expert Interrupted,
with a superior smile, "I'm going to
give you an efficiency lesson. Take
Jimmy back, for he alngs at hla work,
and tbere'a no surer sign of efficien
"Humph, that'a no algn," said the
Judge. “ A moaqulto does that.”
A Soft Answer.
The poor fellow at the er.d of the
table looked so unhappy that even the
landlady's stony heart was moved.
"H ow do you like the chicken aoup,
Mr. Jones?" ahe asked, by way of say
"O h—e r— la thla chicken soup?" he
"Certainly. How do you like It?"
“ W ell—er— It's certainly very ten
der," said he, apologetically.
“ Did you succeed In hiring a new
"N ot yet; ahe la looking up my ref
erence«.”— Boston Transcript.
and healthy take Dr.
Pierce’« a Pleasant
Pellets. They regu-
late liver, bowels and stomach.'
A One.Man Job.
Ferdinand De Footlltrs waa billed
ior a one-night stand at Mallow-on-
the Marsh. Bo he sent a telegram to
the proprietor of the local theater:
"W ill hold a rehearsal tomorrow
"W hat plants do you think suitable
Have stage manager, stage
to boautlfy a cat cem etery!"
carpenter, property man, assistant
"W hy not try puaay-wlllows?"
electrician and all other stage hands
there without fall.”
Now Hla Move.
Within a few hours he got a reply
"W ife, I'm afraid I can’t afford new
from the proprietor, who wired back;
for you this spring."
"H e will be there."— Tit-Bits.
“ Well, then, I Mi k. we must move. I
don't mind wearing my old clothes In
a new neighborhood, but I won't stay
"Th ere goes the hardest worked
here and wear them."— Boston Tran
man In town."
H e’s rich and inde
"Yes. but he haa three daughters
who work him for the support of their
H o te l H o y t
Actress (to her fiance) — Please
don't ask me to klsa you for a week
RATES: 7te to R. SPECIAL—Wooli or Month or so, darling. You must remember I
took over £200 yesterday selling
kisses for the Red Cross.— Passing
ThouRanri« o f trained voting naopla
Rahnke-Walkw Hu«in««« i Coll««,
A Saving Theory.
any tiro*. Fraa
■tudanta In position«.
"Billings Isn't very generous with
all his money, Is he?”
"N o ; he holds that wealth la a bur
den, and that It Is not fair to put one's
burdens on other people's shoulders.”
from heavy laylnir (Hoffaniscd) «took. 110.00 — Baltimore American.
per 100. Wa ¿ruaranteo «afe arrival.
"W h o really ia boss In your home?"
inquired the abrupt person.
415 Sixth Street.
"W ell,” replied Meekton, "o f course
Henrietta assumes command of the
pug dog and the canary. But I can
Hides, Pelts, c b Z ,™ Wool & Mohair say pretty much what I like to the
* • M ,1 fm hl„. Write hr Pnrrr mi thw>l Tap
r tilth iM ^^M Ati.. Portland. Or,.
M O N EY FO R YOU.
White Leghorn Baby Chix
THE PIONEER HATCHERY
T H E H. r. N O R T O N C O M P A N Y ,
Portland. Or... Saattla. Wn..
f J I r i
I I I K
* * *
V eal, Pork. Beef,
Poultry, Butter, F.gg,
and Farm Produce.
to U m Old Reliable E verdln« hou.. with a
record o f 4S year« o f s<lu«r*> Dr-sling«, snd
be oaeured o f T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
F. M. C R O N K H IT E ,
45-47 Frant Straat,
Portland. O ragaa
M OTOR C A R REPAIRING
M AGNETO SERVICE S TA TIO N
W E L D IN G
PRO M PT ATTE N TIO N
rtO ALL ORDERS!
Broad way at Flanders, Portland, Or.
P. N. U.
No. 17, 191«
TH E REFLEC TIO N S OF A MARRIED
W O M AN— are not pleas
ant If she Is delicate,
run-down or over worked.
She feels "played out.”
Her smile and her
good spirits have
taken flight. It wor-
,V rles her husband
as well as
T h i s Is
the time to
b u i l d up
and cure those weaknesses or ail
ments which are the seat of her trou
ble. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion regulates and promote« all the
proper functions o f womanhood, en
riches the blood, dispels aches and
pains, melancholy and nervousness,
brings refreshing sleep, and restores
| health and strength. It cures those
disorders and derangements Incident
1 to womanhood.
A well-known agent which can be
procured at all drug stores Is "Pleas
ant Pellets," made up of the May-
apple, the dried Juice of the leavee of
aloes and the root of Jalap. First put
out by Dr. Pierce nearly fifty years
There Is No
in the packing industry.
Swift & Company, al
though the largest packer,
handles not to exceed
one-eighth of the total
meat production of the
The five large packers
do not handle to exceed
one-third of the total meat
production of the United
Coos Bay cities, particularly Marsh Y A N K E E
A P P E T IT E S
field, almost begged for men o f means
to build homes to house the families o f
American Soldiers Consume Average
workmen who went there to swell the
o f 4.5 Pounds Daily.
forces at the shipyards and sawmills,
but the call fell on deaf or indifferent
Washington, D. C. — The American
ears for five months before houses soldier consumes four and one-half
pounda o f foodstuffs daily, according to
Arrangements have been completed a statement made public by the quar
by a gr»pp o f cranberry growers for
the erection o f a cranberry warehouse termaster's department o f the army.
To feed a million and a half men it
at Allendale. 11 miles south o f Astoria.
The warehouse at Astoria was operat ia necessary to obtain 1,500,000 pounds
ed to capacity last season, and a much o f beef, 225,000 punds o f bacon, 210,-
larger yield is expected from the bogs
000 pounds o f ham, 135,000 cans o f to
o f this district this year.
matoes, 225,000 cans o f jam and 3000
Albert (D e ll) Blancett, since 1911
bottles o f tomato catsup, aggregating
1918 year book of interesting and
one o f the prominent figures among
some 6,750,000 pounds.
Pendleton Round-up contestants, was
instructive facts sent on request.
Every pound passed for consumption
killed in action March 18, according to
Address Swift Ä Company,
o f the nation's fighting men, the state
word received by his bankers form the
ment said, ia subjected to the most
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois
director o f records o f the Canadian
government at Ottawa.
He is the
first Pendleton man to meet this fate.
Hop W ire Guards Front.
The four-story building completed
Salem— W hile the Germans are be
and machinery installed, the new m ill
ing plant o f L. B. Aplin and son. J. C. ing deprived o f their beer through ina
Aplin, at Hood River, w ill be put into bility to ship Oregon hops into the ter
commission this week. In addition to ritory o f the central powers, even a
the manufacture o f wheat flour, the grimmer situation confronts them, as
new millers w ill turn out substitute wire from Oregon hopyards is being
products and also w ill grind poultry shipped by the carload out o f the W il
lamette valley into Portland to be con
and stock feed.
verted into barb wire for the allied de
A Are which broke out late Saturday fenses in France.
night in the wood camp o f the Cottage
The wire is coming from the yards
Farm o f the State hospital and threat which are being plowed up to fur
ened to destroy two years’ cutting o f nish food and more food for the
ENOCH M O R G A N ’S
state wood, was put out by large gangs allies.
SO N S CO
o f men sent in by Superintendent
Stiener, and the loss probably ia not
more than 25 cords o f wood. Its ori
gin is unknown.
Men are engaged in finishing the
work o f sinking caissons for the piers
o f the new concrete bridge o f the Co
W heat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade:
lumbia R iver Highway spanning the Hard white, $2.06. Soft white, $2.03.
river at Hood River. The new struc W hite club, $2.01. Red Walla. $1.98.
ture, to be constructed jointly at a No. 2 grade, 3c less; No. 3 grade, 6c
cost o f approximately $40,000 by the leaa. Other grades handled by sample.
state highway commission and Hood
Flour — Patents, $10 per barrel;
R iver county, w ill be built just north
whole wheat, $9.60; graham, $9.20;
o f a wooden approach and steel span
barley flour, $14.60(<(15.00; rye flour,
across the river.
$10.75<f£12.75; corn meal, white, $6.50;
The C. A. Smith shingle mill, at yellow, $6.26 per barrel.
Marshfield, which had operated stead
M illfeed— N et mill prices, car lots:
ily for the past nine years, has been Bran, $30.00 per ton; shorts, $32;
closed down indefinitely, and probably middlings, $39; mixed cars and less
The Right Age.
A Proof to the Contrary.
w ill not re-open during the war period. than carloads, 60c m ore; rolled barley,
The young man claimed to have
"T h e Germans appear to have taken
conscientious scruples. "In the year all the starch out of the Russians."
There promises to be a lively con $75Co76; rolled oats, $73.
1905," he said, " I was born again."
"W h y, I have just been reading
test at the primary election next
Com —Whole, $77 per ton; cracked,
“ In that case," said the officer where the latter are making a stiff
month in Yamhill county for the Re $78.
quietly, "have you any objection to resistance."— Exchange.
nomination for county
Hay — Buying prices,
delivered; joining the Boy Scouts?” — Boston
treasurer, the principals in the running
Eastern Oregon timothy, $290(30 per Transcript.
being three popular women.
"H e hurled his tnsulter’s charges
ton; valley timothy, $256(26; a’ falfa,
He Got a Medal For That.
What may prove to be the nucleus $24(ii24.50; valley grain hay. $22;
back into his teeth.”
o f a state organization o f women to be clover, $190(20.00; straw, $9.000(10.
Uncle Ezra— H ow ’s the boy doing
“ I guess he wanted him to eat hla
known as the Oregon Legion o f Home
who went to the army?
words.”— Baltimore American.
Butter— Cubes, extras, 37|c; prime
Uncle Eben— Fine. H e just got a
Defense, an auxiliary o f the Home
The Tomato— W hy are you looking
Guard, is being organized in Salem. firsts, 37c; prints, extras, 42c; car medal for something, but he writes
A number o f State Capitol employes tons, lc extra; butterfat, No. 1, 41c such a dura poor hand that I can’t tell so wilted?
whether It's for bugling, burgling or
The Potato— I bet on the wrong
just plain bungling.— Life.
Tw o members o f the Coast artillery
corps stationed at Fort Stevens, died candled, 35c; selects, 36c per dozen.
A N ew W ay to 8have
Poultry — Hens, 27c; broilers, 40c; Tender skins twice a day without Irri
at the hospital there Wednesday. They
Poetic Sub— Do you understand the
were A lgie Loomis, aged 20 years, o f
tation by using Cuticura Soap the language of flowers?
Ashland, who expired from pneumonia, 26(<i27c; dressed, 37c per pound.
W orldly One — Only that a two-
“Cuticura Way.” No slimy mug. germs,
and Victor A. Johnson, aged 23 years,
Veal -Fancy, 18)0(19c.
waste of time or money. F or free sam guinea box o f roses talks heaps louder
to a girl than a six-penny bunch of
o f Radville, Sask., Canada, who suc-
ples address, “Cuticura. Dept. X, Bos violets.— Passing Show.
Pork— Fancy, 230(23ic per pound.
combed to an attack o f spinal menin
Sack Vegetables— Carrots, $1.16 per
sack; turnips, $1.50; parsnips, $1.25; 25, Ointment 25 and 50.— Adv.
The dwelling on the farm o f Mrs. E. beets, $2.
" I hope I'm not taking you from
Up to Date.
B. Porter, near Jefferson, was burned
Potatoes— Oregon Burbanks, 75cO(
Teacher— Name the five zones.
"N o,” said the man wearily, “ I Just
down Monday afternoon.
The resi $1 per hundred; new California, 10c
Pupil— Temperate, Intemperate, war, come down to the office to receive
dence was a three-story structure and per pound; sweet potatoes, 10c per
postal and o.— Exchange.
was situated on the Linn county side pound.
o f the Sanitam river near Jefferson.
Onions -Jobbing prices, l @ l i c per
A. A. Asbahr. Lincoln county agri pound.
cultural agent, has just issued a cir
April 24, 1918.
cular letter to mohair growers o f the
country urging them to attend a meet Med. to choice ste e rs ... .$13.00(((14.00
ing to be held at Eddyville on April 23 Good to med. steers........ 11.75(<il2.76
for the purpose o f organizing a mohair Com. to good steers....... 10.256(11.26
Choice cows and heifers. 11.256112.25
Com. to good cows and h f 7.266(10.75
"Frenchy” Bargeron, o f Coaledo, C anners........................... 4.25(it 6.25
was bound over to the grand jury at Bulls................................
Coquille by Justice J.. J. Stanley for
Stockers snd fe e d e r s ....
the shooting o f Frannk Grant a few
Grant, who was danger
Prim e m ixed.................... $17.660(17.90
ously wounded, still lives and Is gain
Medium m ixed............... 17.400(17.65
Rough h e a v ie s ................ 16.400(16.65
\-5 W ill positively last longer ami do a wider range
A. C. U. Berry, who has the con P ig s .................................. 15.000(16.00
o f work than any other portable power sawing
tract for the building o f the south B ulk.................................
machine made. Write for r rticulars.
jetty at Yaquina bar, was in Toledo
Wednesday contracting for lumber. Prime spring lambs........$
As soon as he receives the lumber he Heavy lamba................... 16.50® 18.00,
will bagin the erection o f a receiving Y earlin gs......................... 15.000(15.26 ( ; Maker« of H i«h-C rode Loosin«
125 t Water S t, Portland, Ore.
>d Farm Utilitiee.
warehouse at the south spit, 100x150 W ethers........................... 13.000(13.50'
Swift & Company is not in
combination with any other
packer or packers to control prices.
There is very active compe
tition in the buying of live-stock
and equally keen competition in
the sale of dressed meats and
Sw ift & Com pany
U. S. A.
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT
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words - A ct - Don’t Talk - Buy Now
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