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record of 45 years of Square Dealings, and
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F. M. CRONKHITE
45-47 Front Street Portland, Oregon
For Real Musical Instruments in truest harmony.
Made to see how good they can be; not how much
they will bring. Violin, Mandolin, Guitar, Banjo,
Ukelele. Slogan: "If you don't find em better
than any, send 'em back at our expense." 311 to
816 Labbe Bldg., 227 W Wash. St., Portland, Ore.
, Free Information on
, How To Do Tanning
I -From the worthless
t looking green hides
to the hnest, soft tan
ned furred leather
moth-proof, at fac
tory prices, maae up
into Deautitui laaies
furs, coats, robes,
mittens and caps.
Taxidermist w o rk.
Send for catalogue.
W. W. Weaver, Custom Tanner, Reading, Mich.
HIDES, PELTS. CASCARA BARK,
WOOL AND MOHAiR.
Wi want all you nana. Write for prices and shipping tags
THE H. F. NORTON Co. Portland, Ore,; Seattle, Wn.
Portland Yard Closes Contract
, for Two Big Wooden Ships
Portland Gaston, Williams & Wig-
more Steamship corporation, of New
York, one of the best known Eastern
maritime firms, has contracted with
Joseph Supple for the construction of
two wooden vessels that will be built
on the East Side, on property under
lease to Mr. Supple from the Spokane,
Portland & Seattle railroad, north of
the Hawthorne bridge approach and
handy to his present plant at the foot
ol Belmont Btreet.
VT " , . -
news oi closing ol contracts waB
received Wednesday, though it has
been known for weeks that negotia
tions were under way, and Mr. Supple,
with Fred A. Ballin, associated with
him as designer of the ships, left for
New York two weeks ago. Mr. Ballin
is the designer of a special type of a
composite vessel, wood; and steel being
used, while Mr. Supple haB had
strong leaning toward a wooden ves
sel with a double planked hull, the
first planking next to the frames being
laid diagonally to afford strength.
Both have been submitted to prosper
tive purchasers, but the builders had
declined to close except at figures that
would insure the new yard a profit.
In this case it is believed by their
friends that the move means the plant
will be extensive, as well as perma-
nent, for considerable business ii
Olympia is to Build Ships.
Olympia, Wash. Phillip D. Sloan,
president of the Sloan Shipyards com
pany, of Seattle, has announced the
completion of negotiations by which
work is . to begin at once on the con
struction of a shipyard in Olympia that
will cover 12 acres. The site is fur
nished by Olympia business men on a
lease for $3000 a year. President
Sloan said that the new yards will em
ploy 600 men at maximum capacity
and add $350,000 annually to the local
payroll. He also said the company
has contracts for four motor ships,
You reckless men and women who
are pestered with corns and who have
at least once a week Invited an awful
death from lockjaw or blood poison
are now told by a Cincinnati authority
to use a drug called freezone, which
the moment a few drops are applied
to any com or callous the soreness la
relieved and soon the entire corn or
callous, root and all, lifts oft with the
Freezone dries the moment It is ap
plied, and simply shrivels the corn or
callous without inflaming or even ir
ritating the surrounding tissue or
skin. A Bmall bottle of freezone will
cost very little at any of the drug
stores, but will positively rid one s
feet of every hard or soft corn or
hardened callous. If your druggist
hasn't any freezone he can get it at
any wholesale drug house for you.
He When I was 4 years old I was
left an orphan.
She what did you do with it?
The Orange Peel.
Oregon Vulcanizing Company
moved to 333 to 337 Burnside St.. Port
land, Ore. Largest Tire Repair Plant
in the Northwest. Umntry service
specialty. Ubo Parcel Post.
FRED P. GORIN, Patent Attorney,
Onanlzer and Developer; patents secured or FEE
REFUNDED; free book on patents. SuiteB 701,
701 -A, 701-B and 701-C, Central building, Seattle.
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
Consult us about reduced freight rates on
household goods to all points. Fast through
service. Paciac Coast Forwarding Company, 201
Wilcol Building, Portland, Ore. Marshall 2467.
St, Portland. Send for Stock List and prices.
ery bought, sold and
E. Martin Co., 83 1st
r HENPMLLS TRADE SCHOOLS.
wj - , Br.j Wot omimnpH in the West. Gas,
Electrical and Tractor engineering. Special
courses in valcanizing and tire repairing. r rac
tical work, short term, low cost. Write for in
formation and catalog. 20th and Hawthorne ave.
O Granulated Eyclifls,
lllr? Eyes inflamed by expo-
UIV Sun. Dusf and Win!
quickly relieved by Murine
ffm Eye Bemedy. No Smarting.
J ju'8t Eye Comfort. At
Your Druerirt'f 50c per Bottle. Murine Ey
Druggist, or Murine Eye Kenedy Co.. Chicagi
Steel Yard Humming Now.
Portland Since the dove of peace
has spread wings over the plant of the
Northwest Steel company, following
the strike early this month, reorgan
ization is being rapidly worked out
and it is estimated that all but about
100 men who went out are again on
Those remaining idle are mostly
helpers and places are to be made for
some when the force is increased or
Balfour Fleet Augmented.
Portland Lumber to make up the
next cargo of the schooner Camano,
now on the way to San Francisco from
Gilbert Islands, has been purchased by
Balfour. Guthrie & Co. from the East
ern and Western mill. The schooner
is one of those bought last year by
Balfour. Guthrie & Co.. and she will
be dispatched for the West Coast.
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT
A Half Portion.
The lady of good family was show
ing her ancestral home to her small
eon. She pointed with special pride
tn a hunt nf her father.
"And that Tinllhle." She Said, "IS
TtnhhiB looked somewhat perplexed
"To that nil there was of him?" he
asked. New York Times.
"Do you think It's right to support a
lnrs-o nonunion In- Idleness .' ttBueu
the man of reckless Ideas.
"HnmoHtnoq it'ii ent. to be done, re-
nHnrl Parmer Corntossel. "I have
whole barnyard full of chickens that
navent laid an egg an muw.
Washington Star. ,
"There Is one of our best surgeons
passing over there."
"Yes. I know him and he cut me
"That's a lot better than if he cut
you living." Baltimore American.
Why He Objects.
Jack But what does your father
see In me to object to?
Edith He doesn't see anything m
you. That's why he objects. Boston
Cold storage people are engaged
In holding hopes unswerved,
An egg may now be middle-aged
And still be well preserved.
With the Fingers!
Says Corns Lift Out
Without Any Pain
Just where the street of the village
Over the road an oak tree tall,
Curving in more than a crescent,
With an arch like the gate of a
Over across the river there,
Looking under the arch, one sees
The sunshine slant through the dis
Aud burn on the cliff and the tufted
Each day, hurrying through the town,
I stop an instant, early or late,
As I cross the street, and glancing
I catch a glimpse through the Moor
Only a moment there I stand,
But I look through that loop in the
Into a far-off fairyland,
Where all seems calm, and kind,
So sometimes at the end of a thought,
Where with a vexing doubt we've
A sudden, sunny glimpse is caught
Of an open arch, and a peaceful
Edward Roland Sill;
One Way Out.
"My wife wants me to go shopping
with her. I don't see how I'm going
to get out of It."
"If she were to send you back to
your office .after less than an hour of
shopping and told you she would never
take you on such an expedition again,
you would consider yourself well re
paid for your trouble, wouldn't you?"
'Certainly. But how am I going to
"Let her catch you flirting with a
fascinating girl clerk." Birmingham
"You seem to get a great deal of
enjoyment out of your automobile."
"Yes," replied Mr. Chugglns; "but I
believe I'd have more fun it I were a
motorcycle cop and could race with
everything that came down the road."
Flush your kidneys occasionally
if you eat meat
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are best for liver.
bowels and stomach. One little Pellet
for a laxative three for a cathartic,
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by
flushing the kidneys occasionally, says
well-known authority. Meat lorms
uric acid which clogs the kidney pores
so they sluggishly filter or strain only
part of the waste and poisons irom
the blood, then you get sick. Nearly
all rheumatism, headaches, liver trou
ble, nervousness, constipation, dizzi
ness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders
corns from sluggish kidneys.
The moment you feel a dull ache in
the kidneys or your back hurts, or It
the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of
sediment, irregular of passage or at
tended by a sensation of scalding, get
about four ounces of Jad Salts from
any reliable pharmacy and take a
tablespoonful in a glass of water he-
fore breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia and has been used for
generations to flush clogged kidneys
and stimulate them to activity, also
to neutralize the acids in urine so it
no longer causes Irritation, thus end
ing bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is inexpensive and can
not Injure; makes a delightful effer
vescent lithia-water drink which all
regular meat eaters should take now
and then to keep the kidneys clean
and the blood pure, thereby avoiding
serious kidney complications.
Jimmy ' Descent.
Deacon Dryden was a bitter foe
the demon rum. His clerk, Jimmy
Jetro, was, in secret, quite friendly
with the horrid monster.
Jimmy roomed above a store. One
Sunday morning after a session at
poker, Jimmy started on the street. An
overload of whisky caused him to fall
down the steps and roll to the middle
of the sidewalk, just as the deacon
passed on his way home from church,
A postal card to Garfield Tea Co., Brooklyn,
N. I., asking tor sample will repay you.
Trusting To Nature.
While in town the countryman
thought he might as well call at the
fire insurance office and see about in
suring his shop and household furni
"What facilities for extinguishing
a fire have you in your village?" the
The man pondered for a minute or
"There's the rain," he Bald. New
I BREAK - UP A
NiP A COLD IN THE BUD
The uuickeat way
to break uu a cold.
Get the genuine at
'any drug store
Like a Toothache!
Iknr ISr. Editor Sometime ago I
had backache vory bad j it would ache
just like a toothache. I tried a new
discovery of Doctor Pierce's, called
"Anuric This is for kidneys and
backacho. I soon felt relieved of all
backache and bed no more pain, and I
bone others tronbled in the same way
will try this wonderful new remedy.
Mbs. Lincoln Stearns,
You can get rid
of itching with
Reslnol Ointment and Resinol Soap easily heal
most cases of eftema and similar Bkin-eruptions,
The first application usually stops the .itching and
burning instantly. Sold by all drtiEeists. For sam
ple of each free, write to Dept. 3-T, Resinol, Balti
more, Md. Ust Rlsinol Soap for tht compltxion.
"Aren't you afraid the moths will
get into this summer stuff?"
"They 11 find poor pickings If they
do. Nothing in that lot but a couple
of hammocks, some openwork stock
ings and four or five peekaboo waists."
Kansas City Journal.
Notb: It is now assorted with con
fidence that these painful effects due to
uric acid In the system are entirely eradi
cated. A new remedy, called "Anurlc.
has been discovered bv Dr. Pierce, and Is
the cause of a drainage outward of the
uric acid with which it comes in contact
within the body. It will ward off back-
acne, headache, ana tne aariing pains ana
aches of articular or muscular rheuma
tism of those diseases which are caused
by too much urio acid, such as gout,
asthma, sciatica, renal calculus. "An
urlc " prolongs life because old people usu
ally sulfur from hardoning and thickening
of the walls of the arteries, due to the ex
cess of uric acid in the blood and tissues. .
Dr. Pierce, who is dlroctor and chief
Ehyslcian at the Invalids' Hotel and
urglcal Institute, BulTalo, N. Y., has
been testing this wonderful medicine for
the relief of over-worked and weakened
kidnoys. The relief obtained by sufferers
has been so satisfactory that ha deter
mined to place "Anurlc" with the prin
cipal druggists in town where people
could get this ready-to-use medicine.
"Anurlc" Is not harmful or poisonous,
but aids nature in throwing off those
poisons within the body which cause so
much suftoring, pain and misery. Scien
tists assort tills remedy is 37 times mora
potent than lithia.
For Diabetes and Brlght's Disease this
remedy is building up a reputation as
good as Dr. Piorce's other well-known
medicines wnicn nave Deen proven reli
able during nearly fifty years, such as
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
for the ills of women, Doctor Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets, the liver regulator, and
Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
lor red blood,
Y OUR BLOOD WE UVE
If you tire easily, are subject to cold hands or feet if you
catch colds readily or have rheumatic pains your blood or
circulation is probably at fault and you need
'Henry Clay was a gr-ate man, Cas-
"He war thot, Mulligan."
"So gr-ate thot he had a cigar
named after him, Cassidy."
"An" a poipe, too, Mulligan." Boston
B Safe and Sure
Portland Wheat Bluestem, $1.66
per bushel; club, $1.62; fortyfold,
$1.63; red Russian, $1.68.
Oats No. 1 white feed, $36.60.
Barlev No. 1 feed, $39.00.
Flour Patents, $8.40; straights,
S7.B0 rffi 7.80: valley. $7.90; whole
wheat. $8.60; graham, $8.40.
Millfeed Spot prices: Bran, Zb.6U
per ton; shorts, $30.60; rolled barley,
Hay Producers' prices: Timothy,
Eastern Oregon, $1920 per ton; val
ley, $1516; alfalfa, $1516; valley
irra nhav. JlGfila; clover, fii.uu.
Butter Cubes, extras, 8537ai
prime firsts, 37Jc; firsts, 35i36c.
.Inhbinff prices : Prime extras, 42c
cartons. 1 cent extra; butterfat, No.
1. 41c; No. 2, 39c, Portland.
Eggs Oregon ranch, current re
ceipts, 3334c per dozen; uregon
ranch, candled, 3536c; selects, 88c.
Poultry Hens, 1718e per pound;
sDrines. 16 17c; turkeys, live, 18
20c; dressed, 2326c; ducks, 2022c;
geese, 12 13c.
Veal Fancy, 14i15c per pound.
Pork 1313Jc per pound.
Vegetables Artichokes, 90c$1.10
ner dozen: tomatoes, nominal; cab
bage, $3.25 per hundred;, eggplant, 26c
per pound; lettuce, $z.ou per dox; cu
cumbers, $1.502.00 per dozen; cel
ery, $5.50 per crate; cauunower,
$2.50, squash, lie per pound; pep
pers, 25c; Back vegetables, $1.25;
sprouts. 11c per pound.
Potatoes Oregon -buying prices,
$2.002.25 per hundred; sweet, $4.
Onions Oregon buying prices, $5.60
suck, country points.
Green Fruits Apples, 75c$1.60
per box; pears, $1.752.60; cranber
ries, $1011 per barrel.
Hops 1916 crop, 59c per pound.
Wool Eastern Oregon, fine, 24(5
30c per pound; coarse, 3336c; val-
low S3ff41c: monair, nominal.
- , n , i j r
Cascara Barn viu ana new, uc pci
Cattle Steers, prime, $8.008.50;
fair to good, $7.008.00; cows,
choice, $7.357.50; medium to good,
$6 607. 00; ordinary to fair, $5.75
6 25; heifers, $4.007.50; bulls,
$3.756.00; calves, $3.00(5,9.00.
Hogs Heavy packing, 215-250
SlO.805110.95; light butchers.
$10.8010.85; light packing, 170-190
nH. 9.85aU0.00; rougn neavy,
ta f)0ffi9.25: pigs and skips, $9.35
10 00; .stock hogs, $8. 60 9. 00.
Qh.nIjimbs. $10.7512.00; year
ling wethers, $9.0010.00; old weth-
"We have one of the hardest work
ing typewriters in the world."
"Why do you think so?"
"Sometimes she pounds her ma
chine for an half an hour at a strech
without stopping to adjust her back
hair." Brooklyn Citizen.
"That man Is in a grave revery."
"Yes; I noticed he was buried
thought." Baltimore American.
The Husband Where have you
The Wife Playing bridge.
"Did you win?"
"No, I lost."
"You ought to be ashamed of your
self. You should have been at home
looking after your children." Yon
"Funny discovery, wasn't It, the food
"What was that?"
"That their live turkeys were a dead
loss. Boston American.
A Woman's Curves.
Ted How did she come to hit you
with the snowball?
Ned I was hiding around the
oorner. Chicago Herald.
OF NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL
which is nature's easily-assimilated food, to increase
your red corpuscles and charge the blood with life
sustaining richness. Scott's creates warmth to throw
off colds and gives resistance to prevent sickness.
No Alcohol in SCOTT'S. Every Druggist has it.
SCOTT ft BOWNE, Bloomfi.ld, N. J. is-t
If you have a sick cow or one that Is not
thrivlnit and producing as she should, why not
break away from the worry and uncertainty
riKht now get a package of Kow-Kure, the
great cow medicine, from your druggist or
riaular nnd IITOVR for VOUr80lf that It haS
no eaual in the treatment o most cow ailments.
a- t.n..aana farm. TTnw-Kure guards the herd
o-ninnt the ravages of Abortion, Barreness, Retained After-
birth Milk Fever, Scouring, Bunches, eto. You don't need to
. Kow-Kure on faith; a trial will show decided, visible improve-
t,"V i . . taut tnvBBt today in a ouo or ti.ou Dacnaso. ooim
for our free treatise,
The Home Cow Doctor.
DAIRY ASSOCIATION CO- Lyndonvllle. Vt.
Diplomacy is the art of being dis
agreeable in a polite manner. Boston
- TO OBTAIN THE
Special attention must he
paid to the diet, and reg
ularity must be promo
ted in the stomach,
Liver and Bowels.
You can help Nature
wonderfully by trying
"Our forefathers pledged their sa
cred honor when they started this
"How much did they raise on tne
pledge in cash?" Baltimore Ameri
The Ruling Passion.
"Be as light as you can on me
"Couldn't you fix it so I could he
out in time to see the world serins
next year?" Birmingham Age-Herald.
SAGE TEA TURNS
"It is no use trying to get away
from the solemn fact that the woman
of today is a most practical and re
sourceful creature," said the man who
has known a few.
"What makes you think so?" a
"The unsentimental attitude of a
girl I know. I told her that she had
inspired some of my best poems. She
didn't say a word about the poems,
but she wrote to my publishers for a
percentage of the royalties." New
Constitiation. indigestion, sick-headache
and bilious conditions are overcome by a
course of Garfield Tea. Drink on retiring.
One Kind Of Cleverness.
"How does Bliggins get the reputa
tion of being such a clever man? He's
always getting Into Borne new kind of
"Yes. Where he shows his clever
ness is by getting out again." Wash
"A perfect wife never nags," says a
writer in an exchange. That's true.
And a perfect husband never gives
cause for nagging. Baltimore Star.
Bring Back Color and
Lustre to Hair.
Thi Wortft Grmtut
Pain In Side,
Ituitt on Having
That beautiful, even shade of dark,
glossy hair can only be had by brew
ing a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul
phur. Your hair is your charm. It
makes or mars the fate. When it
fades, turns gray or streaked, Just an
application or two of Sage and Sul
phur enhances its appearance a hun
dredfold. Don't bother to prepare the mix
ture; you can get this famous old re
cipe improved by the addition of other
ingredients for 60 cents a lar(;e bottle,
all ready for use. It is called Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound. This
can always be depended upon to bring
back the natural color and luBtre oz
Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage and
Sulphur Compound now because It
darkens so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell it has been applied
You Blmply dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw this through
the hair, taking one small strand at
a time; by morning the gray hair has
disappeared, and after another appll
cation it becomes beautifully dark and
appears glossy and lustrous. This
ready-to-use preparation is a delight
ful toilet requisite for those who de
sire dark hair and a youthful appear
ance. It is not Intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevenUon of dlsejase,
Mildred, who had a small friend to
spend the afternoon with her, found
that the care of her little brother in
terfered sadly with their plans.
John showed a tiresome persistence
in totnine their names. Meeting with
little encouragement, he asked at last,
'Mllly, can't I play something?"
'Yes, John," she replied firmly. Go
into the back room and play you're
dead for half an hour." Exchange.
Man I want your opnlon In a mat
ter. Would you advise me to borrow
$10 to help me out of a tight place?
Legal Friend By an means.
Man Very good! Lend me ten.
Legal Friend That's all right My
fee for legal advice is $10, and we'll
just call it square. Boston Transcript.
Ask The Kid's Mother.
Willis That new baby of mine
the smartest kid in the world.
Gillis That's what they all say. You
can't prove It.
Willis I sure can. If you don't be
lieve me, just ask the kid's mother
and grandmothers. Puck.
But Not of the Track.
What Is the occupation of the old
man who is always asking at the li
brary for books on Indians and Egyp
tians and Orientals and the like?"
"He gives people tips on the races."
Afraid Of Hie Wife.
Babson Why do you always take a
taxi home from the club nights?
Kibbler When I arrive at my door
and learn how much the fare Is, it
sobers me instantly. Boston Tran
Suggestions that may save
Knew The Location.
Three-year-old Sydney had the meas
les, and was a real sick little boy. His
anxious grandmother bent over mm
and asked sympathetically:
"Can't you tell grandmamma where
you feel bad?"
Without a moment's hesitation little
"Wight here in bed." Indianapolis
Constipation can be cured without'drugii.
Nature'n own remedy lelectedj herb is
The Best Solution.
"Bridget you have broken as much
china this month as your wages
amount to. Now, how can you prevent
this occurring again?"
"Ol don't know, mum," said Bridget,
"unless ye raise me wages." New
Marysville, Pa. "For twelve years
I suffered with terrible cramps. I
would nave w stay
in bod several days
every month. 1
tried all kinds of
remedies and was
treated by doctors,
but my trouble con
tinued until one day
I read about Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and
what it had done for
others. I tried It
and now I am never
troubled with cramps and fee' like a
different woman. I cannot praise
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound too highly and I am recommend
W it to my friends who suffer as I did. "
-Mrs. George It. Naylob, Box 72,
Young women who are troubled with
painful or irregular periods, backache,
headache, dragging-down sensations,
fainting spells or indigestion should
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. Thousands have been re
stored to health by this root and herb
Write for free and heipful advice to
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (con
fidential) , Lynn, Mass Only women
open and read such letters.
P. N, U.
No, 5. 1917
era, $8.75.o; ewes, o. iuo.uv.