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Umntlllu county has nominate«! a
woman, Mrs. Ella Terpening, o f P«*n
dleton, aa a candidate on the Demo |
rratlc ticket for state representative. |
Cottage Grove bos two young people
who have set an example in patriotism
that many oliler ones might emulate.
The two are Florence McFarland and
John Van Northwlck, each aelling a
cow to obtain money with which to
buy a liberty bond.
C. E. Alblli waa electe«l Mayor o f
Salem Friday over Krunk 8. Ward.
Percy Varney and Joaeph E. W right
will conteat for the city marshalahip
in the general election, neither one o f j
them having received a majority in j
the primaries as required by the city j
lAw renre Middleton, aged 20. w a n
instantly killed when the work truck
he was driving was struck by a pas
senger train at a crossing alunit a mile
west o f Merlin. Jack iieears, ag««d 9,
who was riding with Middleton, was
badly hurt, but it is believed he will
ROADS GET BIG SUMS
(Jrnndmother’s Old Favorite
Recipe wf Sage Tea and
Almost everyone knows that Bags
Tea and Hulpbur. properly compound
ed, brings back the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, streak
ed or gray. Years ago the only way
to gut this mixture woe to make It at
borne, which Is musty and troublo-
Nowadays we »Imply ask at any
«Irug store for "W yetb 'e Wage and Sul
phur Compound." You will get a large
bottle of this old time recipe Improved
by the aildlt'/n of other Ingredients for
about 50 cents. Everybody uses this
prepsratlon now, because no one can
possibly tell that you darkened your
hair, aa It does It so naturally and
evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft
brush with It and draw this through
your hair, taking one small strand at
a tlms; by morning the gray hair dis
appears, and after another application
or two, your hair becomes beautifully
dark, thick and glossy and you look
Wyeth's Bags and
Hulpbur Compound Is a lellghtful toil
et requisite. It Is not Intended for the
cure, mitigation or prevention of dis
White Leghorn Baby Chix
FRED D UND EE
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
forU.S.Marine Corps recruits.
He Hpent This Year for
Additions, Equipment and Bet
terment on All Lines.
Join N ow !
Washington, D. C. — Railroads under
government operation this year will
■pend nearly 1 1 ,000,000,000 for addi
tions, betterments and equipment, or
approximately three times as much os
in any one o f the lost three years.
Total capital expenditures approved
by the railroad administration as an
nounced Wednesday are 1937,961,318. j
O f this big oum $440,071,000 w ill be !
■pent for additions and betterments, 1
such as stations arut'other property
improvements; $479,686,000 for equip
ment — cars and locomotives already
ordered through the railroad adminis
tration; and $18,203,000 for track ex
The figures disclose Director General
M cAdoo’s determination to let the
railroads make many improvements
which they had neglected during the
last three years, and postponing all
possible projects requiring big expen
ditures. It also is shown that the rail
road administration is not encouraging
many extensions o f lines during the
war emergency, and in some cases
projects already under way have been
The railroad administration elim
inated $349,24 7,000, or nearly one-
fourth o f the proposals.
down the budget to this extent the ad
ministration made it plain that most
o f its decisions are tentative.
In general, the eastern trunk lines
were given generous sums fo r. im
provements and «squipment, to enable
them better to handle the great flood
o f traffic to the Atlantic seaboard for
movement to Europe.
Part o f the
capital necessary w ill be supplied by
the govenment, from the $500,000,000
revolving fund o f the railroad adminis
tration, although advances w ill be re
paid eventually by the individual ra il
roads. Wherever possible, railroads
w ill finance their own enterprises, but
the railroad administration may buy
the bonds or other securities issued.
Examination o f the roadB* budgets
had been directed by Robert S. Lovett,
chief o f the railroad administration's
division o f capital expenditures, and
John Skelton Williams, director o f
finance and purchases.
Application has Iwen receive«! at the
state engineer's office from the city o f
Coquille for permission to appropriate
five second-feet o f water from the
South fork o f Cunningham creek, to be
used as a city water supply. The town
proposes to install a pipe line, one atxl
‘‘Do you appreciate the fact that
t I Thu kind of rougb one-fourth miles long, and the total you aro saving daylight?"
"N o.” replied Mr. Orowcher. " I t ’ll be
heard lea* here la Iowa If coat o f the new water system is estl-
more opportunity for me to go to the
troubled with corna will follow mate<l at $5000.
ball games. And every time I go to
the simple ai'vlre of til!» «'liiclimati
Mrs. K. Terpening, w ife o f a well- the ball park the home team loses."—
authority, who ilnltaa that a few drops
of a dru« called frecaoue when applied known lan e county pioneer, died in Washington Star.
to a tender, ^chlag corn or hardened Uie Mercy hospital .in Eugene Saturday
calloua atopa .........ai at OM t, and night as a result o f burns she received
"Do you believe in luck?"
aooa the corn or calloua drlee up and when she crawled on her hands and
“ O f course, I do,” replied Senator
lifts rlitITt off without pulo
knees through the flames o f a Are
He aaye freeson* drlea Immediately which destroyed the Terpening resi Sorghum. “ And I have a great respect
and never Inflamea or even Irritât«« dence near the city Monday night. for It. The only trouble about luck la
the surrounding akin. A amell bottle Mrs. Terpening ha«l been an invalid the way some people use it for a ca
mouflage when they're dealing o ff the
o f freeaoue will coat very little at any
for two years an<! was unable to walk bottom of the deck."— Exchange.
druK etore, but will poaltlvely remove
every hard or aoft corn or calloua
from one's f«et. Millions of America's
A fte r suffering for two weeks from
jvomca will welcome this announce the efTWt o f raw pork, Mr. and Mrs.
“ I know Just about everybody In this
meat since the Inauguration of the Henry H. Frey, two Russians from St. town," remarked the prominent citi
high heels, if your druggist doesn’t Paul, north o f Salem, died at the W il zen.
have freetone tell him to order a small
“ Lucky m an!" replied Miss Cayenne.
lamette sanitarium Saturday night.
y you.— Adv
"N o matter wbat wrong number the
Throe o f aix children o f the couple are telephon«« operator gives you. you can
also lying ill at the sanitarium and it alwaya find someone to talk to."—
' • “ " V i ll(..l|l M s
, is barely possible some o f them cannot Exchange.
» 'T i e dldu't h s«o to IWtrrlage Is si survive. Tw o other children were a t
tack «el. but have recovered, while the
I mit liu
* sixth, a tiny infant, was not affected. YOU QET STRONG. If you're a
May bo Hut you wTH^nim
tired-o u t
wonder un an
“ run-down” wo
yèw# her hus-
A man named Coon, said to live at
_^3Fan't keep The Dalles, was drowned a few days
R itzrille Horse Show is Set.
Molding ■ Futures
ago in Snake river, below Huntington.
11 e Prescrip
Ritzville, Wash. — The new Adams
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- t o n g have they
With hia brother, E. R. Coon, a
And, If county fairgrounds are being put in
thare'11'1 >'ou u,,' f
you suffer from
u week. — Chicago rancher, with whom he was visiting,
"fem ale condition for the first event ever held
and John fucker, he was Ashing, their
complaints" or upon it, which w ill be the Adams
lioat being tied to a cable running
you county horse show, June 1. More than
Our Idea o f a model husband la one across the river. The boat was over
get well. F o r $400 in cash prizes w ill be given and
who would rather get his breakfast In turned by the sw ift current. The other
t w o 44 competitions held. The arrange
the garden than try to coax hla wife two men managed to reach a small
things -u» build up women's strength, ment includes a street parade, running
D ll All“ kitchen.— Dallas News.
island whence they were rescued by
and to cure women's aliments— this is races, auto contest, ball game and a
witnesses o f the drowning, but the vic the best medicine to benefit or cure.
C ro s s is
dance in the evening. The following
tim 's body was carried down the river
Tho "Prescription" regulates and
v e t to arrive at and has not been recovered.
are on the committee having charge o f
o n ly u p o " «»’
B. B. Gillespie, W. G.
never conflicts with them, and is per the show;
. , thought of that. When 1
The Brownsville Canning company,
Danekas, J. A. W illis, Guy Arthur and
now 1 simply get on board a with a plant at Corvallis and one in fectly harmless In any condition of
the female system. It brings refresh D. A . Scott.
id wait and see what happens.”
Brownsville, is making great prepara ing sleep, and restores health and
tions to handle the big fruit crop. A vigor. Tablets 60c.
If you eat the right foods, and not
two-story addition to the large build
,. t e » h
, — . Granulated
u ian u tu icu Eyelids.
L y c ita s i ing is now nearing completion, and too much of them, the poisons In your
k K rto
W t B
Eye* inflamed by sxpo- new offices are being built. The can- system can be kept down and thrown
aura J .*s s . Deal and »lad net y has enjoyed a healthy growth and out by taking a natural laxative, aucb
" T f _ « I
reliavad by HariaS
Msrtss Is handling more business from year to aa that composed of May-apple, juice
Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade:
v p & M ifà v N
n ^ m ir tin a .
of aloes, root of Jalap, sugar-coated, i Hard white, $2.05. Soft white, $2.03.
;\ ° S o S
ju.t Eva Comfort. At year. The Corvallis property was re and long aold by all druggists as Dr.
\ lllv ~ by mail $0c per Bottle. Martas cently ac«|uired, and machinery w ill be Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Get them White club, $2.01. Red Walla, $1.98.
¡No. 2 grade, 3c less; No. 3 grade, 6c
■ufulrTpha. 25e. r or Bask ef ffea Cya inHtallcd at once. The business o f the to-day.— Adv.
less. Other grades handled by sample.
m o s t n rv'/ c>* »«»«dy cs.. cu«so» Corvallis institution w ill be handled
Flour — Patents, $10 per barrel;
from the Brownsville offices, with
Itching Burning Skins.
Chester Roche, lately o f the Oregon For eczemas, rashes, Itchlngs, Irrita whole wheat, $9.60; graham, $9.20;
Agricultural college, as manager.
tions. pimples, dandruff, sore hands, barley flour, $14.50(5:16.00; rye flour,
and baby humors, Cutlcnrn Soap and $10.76<5'12.75; corn meal, white, $6.50;
According to farmers near Browns- Ointment art supremely effective. For yellow, $6.25 per barrel.
ville, grain suffers more from aphis free samples address "Cutlcura, Dept.
Millfeed— N et mill prices, car lots:
than ever before.
Not content with X. Boston.” At druggists and by mall. Bran, $30.00 per ton; shorts, $32;
having half ruined many a likely-look
middlings, $39; mixed cars and less
Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.— Adv.
ing war garden, the little green crawl
than carloads, 50c m ore; rolled barley,
ers have also been busily devouring
$75(5:76; rolled oats, $73.
A Sheep A in’t Got No Rights.
the fields o f vetch, and several farmers
Corn— Whole, $77 per ton; cracked,
A supreme court decision upholds
in that community report that their the validity of the Idaho law barring $78.
vetch crop is a total loss.
What is sheep from cattle ranges. About the
Hay — Buying
more serious, they are now said to be only constitutional right a sheep has Eastern Oregon timothy, $29(5.30 per
I V . . rv.’^T f a t. S P ff lA I F l ’ J
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attackinV the grain itself in widely left Is to mingle with a goat.— New ton; valley timothy, $25(5 26; alfalfa,
N o h sik'ln n kifif T IwHiumU now in
In Brownsville York World.
usr. SHI «e ringing. Nimpàr and prac
$24(5:24.50; valley grain hay, $22;
tical Full durations uiih n th mop.
every gard«<ner is busy with spray
clover, $19(u'20.00; straw, $9.00(5.10.
H C F i T o T T
n m iòn r a i M
pump and lime cup trying to save his
Butter— Cubes, extras, 37Jc; prime
peas and beans.
Even the grass in
firsts, 37c; prints, extras, 42c; car
the streets and alleys is covered with
tons, lc extra; butterfat. No. 1, 41c
Hides, Pelts. cS ? £ a Wool & Mohair aphis.
l i n l i l m l n Wrfc Im Mm uCOm T«e
Eggs - Ranch, current receipts, 34c:
Lemuel Dunham, a logger, is in the
T H E H. r . N O R T O N C O M P A N Y ,
candled, 35c; selects, 36c per dozen.
PorUuntt. Or«., Bmttle. Wn.. ItelUnshum, Wn. Washington county ja il on the charge
Poultry — Hens, 27c; broilers, 40c;
o f being a slacker, and w ill be tume<l M ay be O vercom e by Lydif»
ducks, 32c; geese, 20c; turkeys, live,
over to Federal officers. His home is
26<5)27c; dressed, 37c per pound.
P inkham ’s V egetable
at Elma, Wash., and he admits that he
V eal— Fancy, 18|(<£19c.
did not register.
Pork— Fancy, 23(</ 23lc per pound.
L e tte r Proves It.
from hiuivy laying (llogunizotl) «lock. 910.00
Sack Vegetables— Carrots, $1.15 per
One o f the prominent fruit jar cap
por Ion. Wf guarantor aafr arrival.
sack; turnips, $1.60; parsnips, $1.25;
manufacturing concerns in a letter to
W est Philadelphia, l’a. —“ Durinr; t’
THE PIONEER HATCHERY Mrs. C. H. Jenkins, prominent mem thirty years 1 have been married. 1 h:.
Potatoes— Oregon Burbanks, 76c<S:
been in had boalL
415 Sixth Street.
Petaluma, Cal. ber o f the Hood River Womans' club,
and had several at
$1 per hundred; new California, 10c
who has made a reputation for her
tacks o f nerveu
per pound; sweet potatoes, 10c per
canned p r o d v ^ ^ le c la r p s that every!
prostration until r pound.
effort is maTTe to assure housewives o f |
r i f l i r )
Veal, Pork. Beef,
seemed aa if t!.e
Onions—Jobbing prices, lf«T 14c per
reliable rubber rings this year.
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Poultry, Butter, Kgg.
organs in my wl ole
«n d Farm Produce,
body w e r e w o r n pound.
Recause the army was short o f sig
to th«» Old RaHabI* Rvarding hnimo with ■
out. I was fina: y
May 22. 1918.
reconi of 45 y**ara of Stjuart' Ibreling«. and
nal corps men who could take charge
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twMMurcd of TOP MARKET PRICES.
I o f the detachments o f soldier-loggers
F. M. CRONKHITE,
Good to choice ste e rs .. . . 11.50<ifil2.50
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sent to Marshfield for work in the
45*47 Fron t S traat,
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woods, lieutenants o f the infantry were
a well woman of Fair to medium steers .. 8.50(5 9.50
given charge. Now that signal corps I
me. I eon now do Common to fa ir steers .. 8.Olka1 9.00
men have received proper training
all my house wet k Choice cows and heifers. 10.00(<i.11.00
I they are relieving the infantry officers.
and advise all ailing women to try Com. to good cows and h f 6.60(<£ 8.00
Completion o f the reclamation o f I.ydia E. Pinkham’ s Vegetable Com C anners........................... 3.00(51 5.00
pound and I will guarantee they will
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MAGNETO SERVICE STATION
There are thousands o f women every
announced by J. Frank Adams, who
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ALL KINDS OF
has been engaged in this project for
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TO ALL ORDERS!
women may benefit from her experience
Prime spring lambs........$17.00(517.50
plated trip o f Dr. A. C. Seeley, presi anil find health as she has done.
Broad way at Flanders, Portland, Or,
dent o f the state board o f health, to
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A PPLY A T A N Y
•NO CH S tO IC A M -»
SERVICE UNDER THIS EM BLEM
N e w Houston Hotel
j H o te l H o y t
Stetti »nd Everett Sto . Ported. Ort.
Po nr block« from Union Üooot. Two block«
from New I' m I o A m
Over 100 ooteéòe room*. Retee 7ftc to
CHAÄ. G HOPKINS.
MU FARM ER-You'll « ■
C a r « a. Simili b m I H o y* Sim.
r«e k a i.O n .
RATES:—tie to B- SPECIAL
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s n g R a ««b
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e o rr rin c om i v o «r
S ent pootpu d. 11.00
R. C. Smith C m ., limver..Colo.
W ««k or Montk
M ONEY FOR YOU.
ThouuanrU of trolnod you ng
M ink. » i l k . Bwineu I C o lla ».
Often The Case.
“ The old man took a few drinks
The Heiress— Poor fellow ! I believe
today and Imagined be could wipe
be loves the ground I walk on.
up the town."
Miss Ryval— How romantic It would
"W b at happened V
"Ob. when be got home bis wife be If be fell In love with you now.—
made btm wipe bis feet before be
could even come into the bouse.”—
“ 1 guess lazy men wish they were
more like guns.”
"H ow do you mean?”
* I mean that guns find constant em
"You need a change o f scene."
"But, doctor. I’m a traveling man.” ployment when they are fired.”
"Wby-er-that’* the point. Stay at
"Oh. he’s only a raw recru it”
home awhile and see somebody be
" I suppose by that you mean he has
sides hotel rooms aDd railroad sta
never been exposed to fire.”— Boston
tions.”— Boston Transcript
Visitor— My poor friend, pause to
“ I am always being misunderstood,"
consider when next yon are tempted.
Take time, my dear man. take time. remarked the man who complains.
“ You are not misunderstood,” re
Convict— That’s wot I done. I did
take time— I took a watch.— Exchange. plied Mr. Rufnek. “ You have been
making the same complaints for years
and people have simply got tired of
“ What we need,” declared the first listening.”— Washington Bur.
Russian, "is a man on horseback."
“ Yes.” assumed the other one, “ we
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
could use a little horse meat, that s Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. They regu
true.” — Kansas City Journal.
late liver, bowels and stomach.
If Swift & Company
Made No Profit
The cattle raiser would receive only
Y q cent a pound more for his cattle
So small is Swift & Com pany’s
profit on any single transaction
that if it were turned over to the
cattle raisers of the country, they
would receive o n l y Vs cent a
pound more for cattle than they
Swift & Company pays for live cattle
about 90% o f the amount received for
dressed meat and by-products. The
remaining 10% pays for packing-house
expense, freight to market, operation
of distributing houses and profit. Swift
& Company’s actual figures per head
for 1917 on over two million cattle
were as follows:
S o lim i
* This net profit of $1.29 per head
averages Y$ cent a pound live weight.
A nd out o f this small net profit divi
dends must be paid to shareholders.
Year Book of interesting and
instructive facts sent on request.
Address Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards. Chicago, Illinois
S w ift & C o m p a n y , U .S . A .