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CARBO N P A P B R A T Y P E W R IT E R
N 'B B O N
T h is I s T h e C e l e b r a t e d
AN K E R -H O L T H
S E L F B A LA N C IN G
C R EA M S EP A R A T O R
Hlrniriotia Carbon P ip a r Co., 60t B. 6*th
All klnda o f d irbon p ipa r, a * t r i
! clurahla typaw rltar ribbons.
A Q A T I CU TTBRB a
America's Forces Ready to Help
Resist German Smash.
Jaw airy and w itc h repairing. M illar4!,
SG6 W ash Nt . M ajeatl. T h a ita r Bldg
A U T O A C C S S B O R IS S
A C fT Y U N t
U Q M T IN Q S Y S T t M >■
I'Hot G enerators Inatallad. A ll klnda o f j President
Hiiptillua. J. W. Clancy »35 K Morrlaon HI.
M A C H IN E R Y
It w ill lurrvuM ysar ilalr? y r - flla M ta
« • oar caat If firn ara aktuiinlutf fo u r milk
by Ilia old band mal hod
I T W ll.l. HA V It VOI) T IM E . aa tba bowl,
dlara. and llnwara ran ba tborouably
rlaanad In flra mluulra
,1. HA V K I. A n u ll aa It la tba aaa ,
S U P P LIES KEEP PACE
M otor«, «aura, baurtri»«. wliaala, «alas.
■ nd Irnllara
W a wrark all makaa o f t-ars
mid aall thalr parta at half prlca. David
llodaa Co., N. Mroadway and Flanders.
mum M u n ra ia r In t li* w orld.
enre With Secretary Maker Con-
Cut your own lumbar on a Whaland
You w ill aava time
mid bl|r money on your n ext lumber bill
W ith thla aaw m lll you ran aupply the
lum ber needa o f your neighbors alao. The
price la raaaonabla, and tha p ro fit, will
aooti pay for the machine
W rlta for
• ntalos and full detalla. Clyde Knpt Co.,
I llh and Thurm an a la . Portland Ore
BULK GRAIN ELEVATOR
(•• w it in«*i fii»i»li m I pnrta ttmu
_ ml or.
I O N L Y H IP A H ATCH w b «r*
ifiiMBinllk la delivered from III» to #»j
wl mid the crcatu from tba but* |
F|T IK KI M Ul I 'M i li li 'I ... « I* i. il ami
haultarjr that It roiild i » m l»a placed In
pour parlor without d lan «raen hie roaulta.
It la built with tba accuracy o f m w itch
aiKl « Ii«’ at I rii • ’
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W IL L HMM
Multi; f i l ICAM. t»K A
II l<¿ II Kit Q U A L IT Y , that will malta mora
blatter, tbao an r otbar rrmniu separator ou
tba market, and wa bava tba proof to aua-
üln tbla «tiiteiuent
\We want you to know inora about tMa
nmnt ('ranni Separator W rlta for dlacrlp- j
.U va catalogue.
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PISChEQS AU T O PÆD
66 Siath St.,
304 OA e. reibei 0.
(V C flV T H IN O r o w T H I OFFICK
O f f ic e F u r n it u r e
'ru m im i E n c r a
a A pplian ces
v in o
B o o k b in d in g
f i r i M O O i i i m i 'l
FIL IN O D S V lC tS A N D S t a r t MB
P O R T L A N D , ORE.
Sleep on your Seat Cushions.
Rakwk T TyrvTüM Ce..
F it« under the rear »e it.
Writ*? for circular«.
Agents Write for Special Offer
New Houston Hotel
Sixth and Kvcrctt Sts.. Portland. Ore.
Four block« from Union Dauot. Two blockt
from Naw Post office. Modem and fireproof
Over 100 outaida room«. Rate« 76c to BL00.
CHAS. C. HOPKINS. Manager.
Ready and Willing.
Tho village Idiot gaped so long at
the village grocer that the worthy man
"Look here, what you starin' at? If
r Siath and Hoyt Sta.. PoAUnd. Ore.
you can find a man homelier than your
LOU HIMES. Menwcer.
self. kill him!"
RATES:—Tie to tt. RI’ R TIA L Week or Muntb
Tho village Idiot went In search of
a man uglier than himself, and one
i day he found one.
A Fatal Mistake.
He tapped him on the shoulder.
“ I w o once u successful physician,"
"I've got to kill you.” he said, smil
remarked a seedy-looklng Individual ing amiably. "You’re homelier than
In a railway carriage to a fellow trav- me.”
The stranger turned and looked at
tlor, "with a largo practice; but ow
the other for a full minute.
ing to one tittle slip, my patients left
"Am IT” he said "Then for good
me, and now I live from hand to ness sake, kill mo!” —New Idea.
Tribute to Friendship.
"What wan the slip?"
"Friends,” snld John Hay. "are the
"W ell, air,” replied the ex physician, sunshine of life. All men seek sun
"In filling a death certificate for a pa light, and every man seeks a friend
tient who had died I absent mlndndly after his own kind and nature. The
signed my name In tho space headed, best and most intelligent of us admits
'Cause of death! ’ ”— Exchange.
the rarity and value of friendship;
the worst and most ignorant of us
Doga Have Dreamland.
Is unwittingly the better for knowing
That the primitive man dreamed we some friendly companion." — Atlantic
have no doubt. Even animals do that Monthly.
All of us have seen sleeping dogs go
Had Hia Nerve.
through the incipient movements of s
Man (at the phone, to man at the
chase, accompanied by faint yelpings,
and the unmistakable muscular action other end of tho w ire)—“ How dare
which would carry them In pursuit of you talk to me like that! You’re not
their quarry If exaggerated by the my w ife !”
greater vitality of wakefulness.
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
Pierre's Pleasant Pellets. They regu
Heaven pity the woman whose hus late liver, bowels and stomach.
band Is so wild that she can't control
him. or the one whose spouse Is so
Youngsters Generally Do.
good that he's monotonous. — Rich
mond Times Dispatch.
.Hartley was visiting his aunt for a
few days. A friend asked him If he
went to school. He admitted that he
I had not been yet. but volunteered to
Q U I D
Veml' Pork' Beef.
tell her various things which mamma
Poultry, Butter, F.gge
Imd taught him. Then with a sudden
and Farm Produce,
bright expression he added: "And I
to tha Old Reliable Eventing houne with a
record of 4S year» of H.|U«re Heeling., and
know some things I've never been
ba aaaured of TO P M ARKET PRICES
I Hotel Hoyt
F. M. CRONK.HITE,
45-47 Front Straat,
M O T O R C A R R E P A IR IN G
M A G N E T O S E R V IC E S T A T IO N
A LL KINDS OF
P R O M P T A T T E N T IO N
T O A L L ORDERS
Broadway at Flanders, Portland, Or.
P. N. u.
No. 27, 101«
Maktu I'uhllr ( or re» pond -
— A Clear Skin —
---- Cared for By —
Young Women and Men
Ituftinann cria« for trained m'ndi. Croup your
opportunity. Enorll now in Northwaat * binant
huninaaa rolle**. Behnke-Walker. Portland. Free
Hides, P e l t s , ° W P Wool & Mohair
W. «.a . i fw Mm WiM (w Mm w XISW wn life
T H E H . F. N O R T O N C O U P A N T ,
Portland. On.. Seattle. Wn„ Bellingham. Wo.
remind Troop Movement.
Washington, D. C.—American troops
sent overseas numbered 1,019,155 on
Thla was made known Tuesday by
I'realdent Wilson, who gave to the
public a letter from Secretary Maker
disclosing a record of achievement
which the president said "must cause
universal satisfaction,” and "which
will give additional seat to our nation
al celebration of the Fourth of July."
The four units -non combatant—left
American shores on May 8, 1917. Gen
eral Pershing followed 12 days later,
and at the end of the month 1718 men
had started fdr the battlefields of
June saw this number increase by
12.261. and thereafter khaki clad "cru
saders" from the western republic
flowed overseas In a steady stream un
til upwards of 300,000 had departed,
when the great German thrust began
President Wilson's determination to
meet Germany's supreme effort with
the utmost of America's available
manpower to assist the desperately re
sisting French and British armies Is
sharply reflected In the movement of
troops during the last three months.
The March sailings of 83,811 were
increased in April to 117.212. May
saw another 244.345 men embark, and
last month 276,372 were sent away,
making a total for the three months
This, Secretary Baker
said later, put the troop movement
six months ahead of the original pro
Substantially 30 divisions are now
In France ready to meet whatever
move the German staff has in prepara
tlon. Some of these divisions already
have been formed Into the first field
army under Major-General Liggett,
others are holding trench sectors at
Importanr points along the battle line,
and still others have been broken up
and brigaded with the French and
And so, when the German thrust
comes, the American will be called
upon to play no small part in meeting
Secretary Maker wrote the president
that the supplies and equipment In
France for the million men who have
gone Is shown by latest reports to be
adequate and added that "the output
of our war Industries in this country
is showing marked improvement In
practically all lines of necessary equip
ment and supply.”
YAN K S SM ASH HUNS
With the American Army on the
Marne Front— American troops, which
advanced and hurled back the Ger
mans on a front of two miles west of
Chateau Thierry in a battle which be
gan Monday night at 6 o'clock, con
tinued their pressure on the enemy
throughout Tuesday, and repulsed a
counter attack against their new posi
The village of Vaux, the height to
the west of the village, two patches
of wooded land, a large slice of the
Paris highway west of Chateau Thier
ry and other ground gained by the
victorious Americans has been re
The total number of prisoners cap
tured by the Americans Is now esti
mated to be about 500, of whom seven
are officers. Many groups of pris
oners already have been sent to the
rear and others have been located in
hospitals where they were removed
after being wounded. The Americans
have captured many machine guns and
There was hot fighting In front of
Hill 204, which is In the hands of the
Germans. At 5 o'clock Tuesday even
ing, the Amerlcftn artillery was en
gaged in heavily shelling the position.
An entire German regiment has been
Reports from the advanced front
brought hack through a heavy enemy
barrage confirmed the earlier state
ments that tho Americans have reach
ed their every objective and are hold
ing every point.
Naw T r e a tm e n t for Rood Oats.
Under a new system of treating
seed oats to prevent smut, which Is
recommended as a great labor saver
by experts at Perdue university, a so
lution of one pint of formaldehyde
with one pint of water, la mixed,
which la enough to treat seed for 20
acres. Thla la applied with an atom
Ixer sprayer. The seed may be sown
within five hours or It may be stored
and kept until sowing time. This
smut treatment may be made now as
the seed will not get damp enough to
freeze and spoil. After treatment It
should be covered with disinfected
sacks or tarpaulin to keep the fumes
at work.—Farm Life.
A PPLY A T A N Y
POST O FFICE
SERVICE UNDER T H IS EMBLEM
AS A SUPPORT for exhausted, nerv-
Dandruff and Itching.
How Could 8heT
ous. overworked wo To restore dry, falling hair and get rid
“ Ah. ltosle," 1 said, as I held her
men, nothing can do of dandruff, rub Cuticnra Ointment
pretty little pink bands In my big
as much as Doctor Into scalp. Next morulrg shampoo with
burley brown mitts, "you have told me
P 1 e r c e'a Favorite Cuticura Soap and hot water. For
repeatedly that you love me and that
Prescription. It reg free samples address. ’’Catlcnra, Dept.
you would fulfill my every wish. I
ulates and assists all
have done everything you requested
the natural func X. Boston." At druggists and by mail.
of me. Your whlmsled wish has been
tions, never conflicts Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.— Adv.
my one desire. We have gotten along
with them, and it
perfectly together and wonderfully
The Lim it
noble thoughts have raked my brain.
I builds up the female Two colored men were overheard
After all this, bow could you put such
system In a way of deep in a discussion of various phases
a high polish on your finger nails when
| 1U own.
you know J like a dull finish!”— Penn
Nursing mothers and women gen of dumbness. Finally, after a number
erally, will find It exactly fitted to of illustrations had been cited, one
their needs. It lessens the pains and capped the climax by observing with
burdens, and ensures healthy, vigorous great serlouaneas, “ Yes, suh, dat nig
ger wuz dat dumb dat when he died
You will escape many Ilia and clear and dey opened his hald at de morgue
up the coated tongue, the sallow com dey found his brain hadn’t never been
plexion. the dull headache, the lazy used."
liver, If you will take a pleasant laxa
Tails how to loossn a sort,
President’s Power Supreme.
tive made up of the May apple, juice
Under corn so It lifts
In time of war the president of the
of the leaves of aloes, root of jalap,
out without pain.
and called “ Pleasant Pellets.” You United States is commander in chief
can obtain at almost any drug store In of the army and navy. The members
this country these vegetable pelleta In of his cabinet are responsible to him
Any corn, whether vials for twenty-five cents— simply ask personally, not to congreas. None of
hard, aoft or between the toes, will for Doctor Pierce’s Pleasaat Pellets. them may be removed without his con
loosen right up and lift out without Sold for fifty years.— Adr.
sent, except by impeachment.
a particle of pain or soreness.
This drug Is called freesone and la
Term That Is Misapplied.
a compound of ether discovered by a
The name daisy is said to have been
Mr. Bacon— What’s the baby crying
; given to the plant by the poet Chaucer,
Ask at any drug store for a ■ma'I i in the fourteenth century. He noticed about now?
Mrs. Bacon Why, the poor little
bottle of freezone, which will coat but j that the petals folded at sunset and
a trifle, but Is sufficient to rid one's | expanded at sunrise, and therefore thing has both hands in her mouth
feet of every corn or callous.
I called It day'a-eye. Therefore, our and she hasn't any place to put her
Put a few drops directly upon any best girl, who appears brightest in the toes.— Yonkers Statesman.
tender, aching corn or callous. In evening cannot truthfully be called
stantly the soreness disappears and "a daisy.”
shortly the corn or callous will loosen
The offender teareth retribution, but
and can be lifted off with the fingers.
the innocent feareth fortune.
This drug freezone doesn’t eat oat
In a recent breach-of-promise case
the corns or callouses but shrivels the defendant, who was sixty-five
them without even Irritating the sur years old, was described as having
M A Granulated Eyelids.
"one foot In the grave and the other
I ■ 1 R
E yei inflamed by expo-
Just think! No pain at all; no sore on a banana peel."— Boston Transcript
sure to Saa, Dart and V M
ness or smarting when applying It or
quickly relieved by M
If your druggist don’t
Happiness in Love of Books.
I EyeBeaedy. N o Smarting,
have freezone have him order It for
ju«t Eye Comfort.
No matter what his rank or position
may be. the lover of books is the rich Druggists or by mail 50c pet Bottle. Mwtaa
est and happiest of the children of Eya Salve in Tube« 25c. For Beofcel tbe Eys
The Light Ahead.
T U B a»k Marlas Eye temedy Ce.. Chics«*
What lightens labor, sanctifies toll men.— Langford.
and makes a man good and strong,
wise and patient, just and benevolent,
both lowly and great, as well as
worthy of intelligence and freedom. Is
the perpetual vision before him of a
better world beaming through life's
shadows.— Victor Hugo.
It Works! Try It
Liked Frederick Best.
Marjorie is fair and feels real proud
of her pretty blue bonneL The other
day she came home from kindergarten
and said: "Frederick telled me my
bonnet Is pretty, but James said ‘High
cost of living' at me.”
A Dialogue in 1920.
"Hello, old man!
"Yes; just got back from Europe."
“ Have a pleasant trip?”
"Fine! I wasn't air sick a minute.”
Henpeck— If you steal—I don't care
what— you'll repent It some day.
Henderson— Foolish Idea.
you ever steal a kiss?
Henpeck—Yes—and I married the
girl, too.— Brooktyn Citizen.
"You've been out with that tough
"1 suppose you can read my mind,'
he retorted defiantly.
"No. but I can smell your breath.”—
Kansas City Journal.
“ Is your new office boy well be
“ What do you mean by ‘generally’ ?"
“ Not particularly."— Boston Tran
GOT W ELL
Told by Herself. Her Sin
cerity Should Con
Christopher, III.— " F o r fou r years I
Aviator’s Death Doubted.
San Francisco.—The capture and suffered from irregu larities, weakness,
nervousness, a n a
possible death of Lieutenant Karl Mar
w as in a run down
schutz Hammer. 22, an aviator with
condition. T w o o f
the American forces In France, after
our best d o c t o r s
scoring a brilliant victory five miles
fa ile d to do me any
over the German lines In the Tout sec
good. I heard so
tor, was told to his parents here on
much about w h at
Thursday by the war department.
L y d ia E. Pinkham s
The department report stated Ham
V e g e t a b l e Com
mer was In a flight of 10 American
pound had done fo r
machines which were attacked by 30
others, I tried it
German airmen May 19. Lieutenant
and was cured. I
Hammer downed one German plane,
am no longer ner
but was pursued to earth by five
vous, am regular,
Senator Tillman Dies.
Washington, D. C.—Senator Benja
min R. Tillman, of South Carolina,
died Tuesday morning at 4:20 o’clock.
He was born In Edgefield county,
South Carolina, August 11, 1847. He
was elected governor of South Caro
lina in 1890 and in 1892, and was elect
ed United States senator from South
Carolina In 1895, being elected four
successive time. His term would have
expired next year. He was a demo
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
forU.S.Marine Corps recruits.
a n d in excellen t
health. I b elieve the Compound w ill
cure any fem ale trouble. — Mrs. A lic e
H e l l e r . Christopher, 111.
Nervousness is o fte n a sym ptom
weakness or som e functional a e n 3ge-
merit, which m ay he overcom e by t tnis
id herb rem edy, Ly
famous root and
L y d ia
E. Pinkham 's V e g e ta b le Compound, as
thousands of women have round by
i f com plications exist, w r ite L y d ia E.
Pinkham Medicine C o.. Lynn, Mass., fo r
suggestions in reg a rd to your ailment.
The result.' o f ita lon g experien ce is
at you r service.
77ie Packer’s Bill
for Live Stock
For the first six months o f our
April 30, 1918.
Swift & Company paid for
DRESSED WEIGHT LBS
For the same
period in 1917 1 3 3 8 3 0 0 ,0 0 0
In c re a s e in
W e ig h t 16%% 22 03 00 ,0 00
in cost 54%
B ill for M ea t
must necessarily have increased
correspondingly, as Live Stock
prices and meat prices fluctuate
W hen the producer gets high
orices for his live stock, the con
sumer’s meat bill must neces
sarily be larger.
Year Book o f interesting and
instructive facts sent on request.
Address Swift St Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois
Swift & Company, U.S. A.