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D IR E C T O R Y
C AHU ON P A PB R A T Y P B W R IT B R
R I B B O N _______
Hiuunona Carbon I’apor C o , 60» K 6»th
North A ll kliula of carbon paper, onlro
durable ly p o w rlto r rlbbono.
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l#y (b o obi baiitl method.
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fttwo. nml (lu n ar«' «o n bo thoroughly
rleauod In fire mluiiloo
IT W II.I. H A V b I,AIIO H , »■ It U (bo
tool iu h h I uo «M om . r u o r . lo i In U w world.
IT W l f T *A V M fiE I-A llt H X I’ KNHK.
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suy oth er w iinrobir.
I T IM T il M o N I .Y K K I'A K A T O It wboro
tbo oklinnii‘<l milk lo d«<ll*rro«l from tbo top
of tli*’ bon I tin«! I bo «'room from tbo bol
N., I> 1 1*■ rII ilxlng.
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your p arlor w llhoii' illooifYoonblo rooulto.
It 1» built w llb tbo ««t urory of ■ natch
oo«l ibo »treMgth of o motor.
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lirr, I bn it no* i.i h«*r M M separator on
4 market, nml wo hn*o tbo proof to sua-
•TWlil llilo statement.
W r wnnl you lo know morn ubnnt I bln
great ('roam Moparstor W r li* fo r dlserlp-
llr s > ntiilogue.
TIIK J. r. h o ih n h o s p J'»».
«4 H in t street
I’ortH ad. O r.«o n
A U T O A C C E S S O R IE S
Molora. »a u ra . b e arin g ». wliaolo, a x is»,
YVo w rack nil rnnkao of nara
nml aall tliolr p a rt« at h alf prtca. D av id
| 11 odea Co ., N Ilroad w uy and Klandara.
L IO H T IN O
"M aym e says ahe likes to feed her
"I don't think she’s going to do It
by devouring aerials.” — Kxchange.
11th an«l Stark.
I v n V T H t N I PO H T H I o r f i c i
O ffice F urniture a A ppliances
f^'.l tlu* ■ «I •*>« wilt» «Beh nw«|y.
“ Have you ever been afraid In the
"Only once," replied the daring avi
ator. " I waa flying rather low— pos
sibly 200 feet above the ground— when
I recognized my tailor staring up at
"Then my engine atalled." — Birm
Centrât I »ca t bin. Beautifully Fumiahed
E n g r a v in g
b o o k b in d in g
4ANIMAI L «0*0
No hark$ff<ki*t| I hou»»™
A Big Blow.
A ll kind:, of
M orrlaon Bt
Tw o Kansas farmers met at the
seat shortly after a cyclone
M A C H IN E R Y
had visited that neighborhood.
C ut your ow n lum bar on a W h elan d
"W ell, air,” said one of them, "ahe
P ortable Huwiiilll
You w ill aavo time
mid Id « money on your next lum ber bill shook up things out my way, to be
W ith tlila aaw m lll you can supply the aure. By the way, Henry," he added,
lum berEleeda of your neigh bors alao. T h e
ilbl thut new barn of yours get hurt
price lo reasonable, and the profile will
aoon pay for the machino.
W rite for any?”
d i a l o g mid full detallo
C lyde Kqpt. C~m
"1 can't say,” replied tho second
l l l h and T h u rm a n ata., P o rtlan d Ore
fanner. "I haven't found It yet."-—
p r in t in g
The Boaatful Fat Man.
"Blggina claim » that he Is an all
“ I don't know whether he la an ath
lete, but he'a » !! round, all right, and
rounder every day.” — Kx
I ’llot O a n eralo ra Inatallad.
! HlippUea J. W . C lan cy 111 K
Teacher— Can any of you children
think of a creature not yet mentioned
who belongs In the brute creation?
Pupil— My mamma eaya my papa’s
M tfU .. M I C
k « H « 4 GRAkO PR M »1 Ik* P. P. L L
c o a n r r t lin k o r a rt* l
otvicta a n o arar tua
n u M
, K O VER ALLS ^
Beneficial All Around.
Laugh When People
Step On Your Feet
this yoursalf than
It along to othara.
Keep Kids Kleen
R e f . U S .P a t .O f f
"Thla food economy la proving bene
ficial In several waya.”
“ Y el. W e are reducing the national
walat line to protect the coast line.” —
TKr B> 4 practical, Krakhful. playtime
•arokcnu err* iav rated fur chikben I to
O year* of a*r. Made i« one piece with
I>r. P ierce'» Pallets are beat for liver,
liowela and stomach. One little Pellet
for a laxative—three for a cathartic.
£*al* w a k d NekstSe
bo a.a, cáruLbo*.
(irfimi. end x-tiueim blue - and
w* ‘ whoa
ha Lev ant**- Abo kubier weight,
in * • eanety of
al is a
p le e n a x de*ignk,eU eiseoofi-
alriy tnmnwd wuh la . l - c o l e r
galetr* A l l oarmrati made ia
Dutch neck onth dhow decree
or liiuh neck and lone eleeves.
Kolder (in color*' ahowins ckf-
lerrnl mntmnh xml l i en oe
History Repeats Itself.
Oi ch ! ? ! ? ! !
Thin kind of rough
talk will be heard leae bore In town If
people trouble«) with corn* will follow
the nltnple advice o f thle Cincinnati
authority, who claims that a few drop«
of a -Irug called freexone when applied
to a tender, aching corn or hardened
call« us stops sore ness at once, and
Boot, tho corn or callous dries up and
lifts right o ff without pain.
He says freexone dries Immediately
and never Inflames or even Irrltatea
the mirroundlng skin. A small bottle
o f fr< exone will coat very little at any
drug store, but will positively remove
every hard or soft corn or callous
from one's fteL Millions of America's
wornm will welcome this announce
ment since the Inauguration o f the
high heels. !f your druggist doesn't
have fruoxonr tell him to order a small
bottlo for you.— Adv.
A Sure Test.
” 1 know tli ' woman next door to you
profeaees to bo an earnest tielfsscrlflc-
ing t'lirintiun but what proof have you
"Sim gave away her chicken» when
we planted our garden."— Baltimore
Hub— Any callers today, dear?
W ife—Only the Floods— quite tnfor
mal— Juat ran In to escape tho shower.
11 ub —I see: 'The rains descended
and the Floods came."— Kxchange.
Its Consequence» That Conflict
Ranks as the Most Momentous of
All the Struggle* of Revolutionary
Days— Revealed to the British the
True 8plrlt o f Their Foes
A L IT T L E before
nun » f t 143 years
ago, a few hun
their guns, threw
off their pucka,
t h e i r
and set to work
with great spirit
At mldiilght Bos
ton was burled In sle«’p. The sentry’s
cry o f "A ll's w e ll!” could be heard dis
tinctly from Its shores.
At duwn, 143 years ago, the Ameri
can* at work were seen by the sailors
on bour<l the British ships of war and
the alarm was given. The captain of
tin- Lively, the nearest ship, without
walling for orders, put a spring upon
her cubic and, bringing her guns to
bear, opened a fire upon the hill. One
mnn, among a number who had Incau
tiously ventured outside, was killed. A
subultern reported his d«*ath to Colonel
Prescott and asked what was to be
done. “ Bury him," was the reply.
It was Hu- first fatality In the battle
o f Bunker III1I, one o f the most mo
mentous conflicts In our Revolutionary
history. It was the first regular battle
between the British and the Americans
and most eventful In Its consequences.
The British had ridiculed and despised
lb«-lr enemy, representing them as das
tardly and Inefficient: yet here the best
British troops, led on by experienced
officers, were repeatedly repulsed by
an Inferior force o f that enemy— mere
yeomanry—from works thrown up in a
single night, and suffered a loss rarely
paralleled In battle with the most vet
eran soldiers. According to their own
returns their killed nnd wounded, out
or u detachment o f 2.0110 men. amount
ed to 1,054, anil a large proportion of
them officers. The loss o f the Ameri
cans was 411 out o f 1,500 men en
gaged. So the number o f casualties In
(his battle was more than 30 per cent
1.25 the suit
II your dealer rnanot topply r-4
wc will »rod them. r!.arJ|r» pvrtmid
oo receipt ol pner, $1.25 eoch.
Have a Clear Skin.
Mnke Cutlcura Soup your every-day
toilet sosp and assist It now nml then
by touches o f ('utlcurti Ointment to
soften, soothe nnd heal.
For free \
samples address “ Cutlcurn, Dept. X, ]
Boston." At druggists and by m a ll.!
Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.— Adv.
o» nw>oey refunded.
k O V E R A U LS
R C6.U .S. P A T .O rr.
N E W S U IT
F R B B
IF T H E Y RIP
Beware of lastajoa*.
Leek lord.» label U T
What He Didn't Know.
A countryman. In town for the day.
grew so bewildered In crossing a
crowded etreet that he stopped In ,
front of a slowly moving trolley car
and was knocked down before It could
he stopped. More confused than hurt,
he scrambled to his feet right In the
path of a motorcycle coming on the
other side o f the car. and was again
bowled over. As he once more got up
he looked at the car and then at the
"H u h !" he said. “ I didn't know the j
blamed thing had a c o lt!” — Harper's;
M FO. J F W E L E R »
Jew elry and w n trh repairing
J66 W ash. HI . M ajaotlr T h ea te r llb l*
It wait Marian'» alxth birthday, and
aha felt tho weight of ynara on her
abouldera. A friend of tho family re
"W hat a big girl you are getting to
be. Marian! And you are 6 years old
“ Yea," replied Marian, «welling with
pride, "and If It was not for papa and
mamma 1 should Ire tbo oldest In the
fam ily."— Exchange.
, SAN FRANCISCO. CAL- i
LEVI STRAUSS 8 CO.. Saa Fnacixcs
the new garment for women
Saves the Hair
S x « 25c.
Oixtaeat 25c .x l 50c ,
Fere# of Habit.
Sore E m Eye* lnfl.\tncd by
Sergeant (lo soldier cllmb'ng out of ;
Sun, Dii«rand W in d quickly
relieved by Murine. Try it in
tram 1 11 11« > till I e. «« here are you go
your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes.
"So the bride eloped with the
No Seortixf. Juit Eye Ceaiert
Absent minded fellow (coming to )— I groomsman. W hy do you suppose she
Jltntny! When that bloomin' »hell did that?"
Marine Eye Remedy
"Because he was the best man."— Kya »*•*•. in TvN a 2Se. For Hook o f
whistled overhead I thought It was 12
K v * — ¥ r— .
Axk M a r i n e E y e R e m e d y C o . . C h i c a g o .
Kiddle A g e d
W o m eiv
Ar^ Here Told the Best Remedy
for Their Troubles.
Frccmont., O.—* 'I was passing through the critical
pori<'il «if life, being forty-nix years o f age anil hBd all
the symptoms Incident lo that change — heat fianhe», ,
nervuunncaa, and waa in a general rundown condition,^
no it was haril for mo t«> do my work.
L yd ia K. Pink-
ham'» Vegetable Compound was r«H-oramnndc«l to me ns
the beat reim-ily fo r my troubles,which itau rcly proved
to he, I feci bettor and stronger in every way since
n avo diaap-
taking it, and tho annoying symptoms ha
pearea."— Mr«. M. G ouucn , #23 Napoleon St., Fremont,
North Ilaven, Conn.— ‘ *Ly«lla E. Pinkliam ’s V egeta
ble < «im|>«iiinil restored my health after everything else
hail fnileil when passing through change o f life. There
la nothing like it to overc«imo the tryin g symptoms."
— M rs F u i k k . n c b I h k l l s , B o x 107, North Ilaven, Conn.
I k Saask C a s e s
Move Forced on Brltieh.
LYD IA E. PINKHAM ’S
h m the greatest record for the greatest good
LYD IA t .P I N K H A M
General Joseph Warren.
! i f th«> number In action, thus placing
i It nmnng the bloodiest battles that hud
heretofore been known to history. At
Waterloo the British loss was less
■ihan 34 per w n t. No wonder that
| June 17 is u secoud Fourth of July.
What the Victory Meant.
A gnllant loyalist o f Massachusetts,
who fought so w ell for King George
(hat he rose to be a full general In the
British army, regarded Bunker H ill as
a transaction which controlled every
thing that followed. “ You could not,”
he would say to his friends on the oth-
j er side, “ have succeeiled without It.”
“ The rebels,” Gage wrote a week a f
ter the battle, “ are shown not to be the
| disorderly rabble too many have sup-
pos«>d. In all their wars against the
French th«*y have showed no such con-
iluct and perseverance as they do now.
They do not s*>e that they have ex-
« hanged liberty fo r tyranny. No peo
ple were ever governed more absolute
ly than the American provinces now
are; and no reason can be given for
their submission but that It Is a ty
ranny which they have erected them
Bunker Hill exhibited the Americans
to all the world as a people to be
courted by allies Rnd counted with by
foes. It was a marvel that so many
nrm«*d citizens hnd been got together
so quickly and still a greater marvel
that they had stayed together so long.
M ID IO M E
CO, L Y N M .H A S 5
A fter the engagement at Lexington
on April 10 the British force under
flonernl Gage was Increase«! to 10.000
men by the arrival o f Generals Howe,
Clinton, and Burgnyne with their com
mands from KnRland. These occupied
the town of Boston on a peninsula ex
tending into the harbor. The naval
’orees consisted o f the Falcon, Lively.
Somerset, Symmetry, Glasgow, and
four Hunting batteries.
Charles river, at Cambridge, and cn
the surrounding hills, were encamped
letween 18,000 and 20.000 nndlsct-
>llned Americans. The British, thus cut
iff from communication with the maln-
land, were seriously hampered for pro-
visions, and (b-nernl Gage content-
plated a movement to occupy the sev
eral heights near Charlestown, at Dor
chester, an«l adjacent points.
The arrival of such a formidable
force o f the enemy caused the gravest
concern to the colonists. It was ru
mored that the British would sally forth
from Boston ami burn the neighboring
towns. It was to prevent this that the
Americans determined to fortify Bun
ker H ill; for, If the British should get
nut o f the city and Intrench upon Dor
Chester Heights to the south of Bos
ton. the Continental position would be
Prescott’s Gallant Act.
Not an unnecessary sound was made
during the long hours of tne night of
June 18. 1775, and when dawn came In-
trenchmenta »lx feet high along the
side o f the hill were disclosed. In the
face o f the fire from the enemy ship«
and b y the battery on Copp’s Hill the
Americans kept »teadlly at work com
pleting their intrenchraents and, when
there was a slight »how o f faltering aft
er a shot better
dire«ned than the
others had done
some execution In
the trench«*», Pres-
a c o 11
works and march
ed to and fro
with drawn sword
regardless o f the
fact that he was a
mark for the Brit
ish. He thus pre
served the cour
age of his men.
who had never be
fore been under
It was about
three o’clock In
when the British
Bunker Hill Monu by a terrific bom
the ships In the
harbor, advanced In solid column
against the fortifications. Confidently
they approached the works o f the
Americans, construing the silence on
the hilltop as timidity. They changed
their attitude on this point when they
arrived within a few hundred feet of
the rwloubt. The Americans had been
silent, but they hail been ordered to
refrain from firing until the command
was given. Thus It was the British,
advancing over the open stretch of
ground, panting from the heat and the
weight o f their knapsacks, heard the
word “ Fire I" at the moment o f their
supreme confidence, and recoiled before
a volley that mowed down many of
British Line Decimated.
A deadly fire was poured Into the
British columns, the marksmen o f the
Americana picking off the officers.
Along the whole line o f fortifications,
from the rail fence to the redoubt, the
British troopa were soon In retreat.
The British columns advanced a sec
ond time and once more were met with
deadly fire. Now, however, they were
prepared fo r i t ; although staggered by
the shock, they soon rallied and con
tinued their advance. The Americans
fired with such rapidity that It seemed
as If a continuous
poured out from
t h e
Bravely the Brit
ish struggled to
place In front of
their enemy's po
sition. but were
forced to give up
the attempt. an«l
to the boats.
field was strewn
with their dead,
the British again
attemptetl to take General Warren’s
the American po
bad sent for rc-onforcomonts early In
the day, and John Stark, with his New
Hampshire company, had courageously
crossed Charlestown Neck under a se
vere fire from the enemy. But the hax-
ard o f the attempt deterred other com
manders from bringing troops to the
support o f the brave Prescott.
With ammunition almost exhausted
nnd troops tired out from the strain to
which they had been subjected, Pres
cott realized the futility of holding his
position in the face of repeated at
tacks by the reformed nnd re-enfort-ed
British lines. Nevertheless he deter
mined again to measure his strength
with the adversary; and, with a com
mand to his men to make every shot
tell, he awaited the advance o f the
British. Again the latter were per
mitted to advance within twenty yards
o f the American works before they
were fired upon. The British line was
broken, but still It ndvanced. With
their powder now quite exhausted, the
Americans met their opponents with
clubbed muskets and bayonets.
The odds were too great and Pres
cott ordered his men to retreat. It
was In doing this that the Americans
suffered their heaviest loss; among
others who fell was Warren, one of
the most cherished o f the popular lead
Nation Coming Into Its Own.
The heart and the brain o f this re
public should pause today and thrill
with the consciousness o f what we
have done and what It has been re
served fo r us to do. The past Is se
History has recorded the Im
mortal thing which we have been. W «
are standing now upon and across the
threshold of our greatest achieve
ment and our greatest usefulness.
o t P
R A \ I / ]A t V l
A W V Y lC U iU
Osa burnir«*! ani Hxtr-Bvs
75c to $1.50 por day: $2.50 to
85.00 por wsok.
Opposite Courtkouaa. I blocke from PootoHlee
ProoJ 8. P and Oregon Electric paca door.
Young Women and Men
Basineas crie« for trained minds. Grasp your
opportunity. Rnorll now in Northw«Mt's
t»uatn«M college. B«*hnke-Welk*r. Portland. Free
Almost the Speed Limit.
“ A t Chattanooga," said a veteran of
the Civil war, "one of the men in my
company left early In the action and
no one saw him till after the battle,
when he appeared In camp unwound
ed and unabashed. Some of the boy»
accused Mm of running away, but he
wouldn't admit it.
" 'I only > »treated In good order,' he
" I heard of the matter, and a few
(laya later I asked him If he had any
Idea how fast he had 'retreated.'
“ 'W ell, I'll tell you, cap'n,’ he said.
‘If I had been at home and going after
the doctor, folks that tee me paasln'
would have thought my w ife was right
sic k !"— Kxchange.
AND C LE A R — that'* the way
your skin w ill be, if
you’ll take Doctor
Pierce',. Golden Med-
leal Discovery. Pim
ples. blotches, erup
tions, and humors
are utterly banished
by this medicine. It
takes away, more
thoroughly and cer
tainly than anything
» | else, the blood pol-
^sons or impurities
that cause them.
For every Skin. Scalp, and Scroful
ous affection, no matter how It came,
the "D iscovery” cleanses, builds up,
strengthens, and Invigorates every
part of the system. Eczema. Erysipelas,
Salt-rheum, Tetter, Bolls, Carbuncles,
Enlarged Glands, and the worst Scro
fulous Sores an«] Swellings are com
pletely and permanently benefited by
The "D iscovery” is made from na
tive roots without alcohol, and can be
had In liquid or tablet form from all
dealers. It Is one of the best tonics
to-day, you feel refreshed In strength
and vigor after taking this vegetable
tonic. Tablets 60c.— Adv.
Maude Adams, as everybody knows,
has a tip-tilted nose.
At a tea In Los Angeles a little girl
once said to Miss Adams:
“ I think you’re beautiful. I like your
nose best o f all.”
"Oh. no. my dear, you mustn’t like
my nose,” laughed Miss Adams. “ My
parents were very careless about that
When they were choosing my features
for me they took the first nose that
turned up.”— Exchange.
The Work of Time.
"T en years ago," he complained, “ I
was denounced as a dangerous radical.
Now they are referring to me as a re
“ You ought to give up the habit of
changing your opinions.”
“ But. confound it, I haven't changed
them.”— Brooklyn Citizen.
In the Soup.
Mr. Shad— Say, oyster, weren’t your
two brothers in partnership together
Oyster — Yes, but the partnership
was dissolved. They were both caught
and made into oyster soup.
A Mixed Message.
“ W ife, I met Mrs. Wombat today
and she sent you a message.”
"Y e s ? ”
“ Told me to tell you something or
“ What a mess you make of things.
What was it?”
"Something about light blue foulard
pie or a hashed brown waist, forget
which."— Louisville Courier-Journal.
TO BREAK IN N EW SHOES A LW AY S VSE
Allen's Foot-Eaae, the antiseptic powder. It
prevents tiehtneex and Mixterine. Relieve* Corns.
Bunions, and Swollen. Sweatine. Aching Fret.
Given reat and comfort. Accept no substitute.
Address. Allen 3. Olmsted. La
Roy. N. Y .
“ I'm doubtful whether to economize
on clothes or food.”
“ What do you mean?”
“ I don't know whether te wear this
last year's straw hat or let the goat
eat it.”— Exchange.
Hides, Pelts, ° S S r
Wool 8$ Mohair
W« Wirt al ym km. Write ter Print a mi S te w Tac*
T H E H . T. N O R T O N C O M P A N Y ,
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By buying direct from os at wholesale prices
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No. 25, 1818