WORKS FOR CHILDp inn i A A STATE NEWS t CEOS IK MOST KEEP WELL IN BRIEF. DADTI AMI OFFERS A MARKET r Vn 1 FOR YOUR I PRODUCE Portland, Oregon VAUDEVILLE PHOTO-PLAYS Complete Change Sun. and Thurs. Matinee Dally. Twice Nightly Saturday, Sunday, Holidays, Continuous YOU CAN fcASILY LEARN TO FLY and become a Pilot by taking the course of Instruction we offer. The cost but J200.00 used to be 1500.00 and takes but ten weeks. For Information address. OREGON -WASHINGTON & IDAHO AIRPLANE CO. 214 Spalding Bldg., Portland, Ore. SPR MADE IN OREGON FOR EVERY NEED AYpn, POWER SPRAYERS from $150 to $400 i CiK Trade in Your Old One. Write for Catalog. QUALITY SPRAYER MFG. CO.. 245 Grand Ave.. Portland. Ore Mothers in a Like Situation Should Read This Letter from Mrs. Enrico MEDUSA Waterproofed CEMENT will make Silos, Granaries, Basements, etc., Water proof, Uotproof, Ratproof and Fireproof. Medusa waterproofed White Portland Cement Is the best for Stucco Plaster on outside for Bunga lows Does not stain and dirt can be hosed off. Write for Literature. Sold by A. MCMILLAN & CO., 120 Union Ave. N, Portland Chicaeo. Illinois. "I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for a serious trim Die. l had tried doctors and all said the same an operation. At first I only felt the pain on my left side, but later 1 seemed to teel it on both sides. I am a power sewing-machine operator and have a little girl to support. I work in a tailor shop and that line of work has been HEMSTITCHING AND PLEATING. Buttonholing Buttons Ite Shop, 384 Morrison St. Plaiting Tucking and Chainstitchlng All Mall Orders given careful and prompt attention D A D'Q DPCT A 1 TL A 7VT A ood plce E" mBi Liv I) A ) fr., I M I I l r IX I Remarkable 40c luncheon at noon. UJ. U J M .MU lilUIUUI 0pen , a. m. u, 2 m., 32 stark St. I L Cafeteria Sixth street opposite The Oregonian and Al der street opposite Meir & Frank's. The Best Eating place in the City. The Finest Coffee and Pastry a Specialty. " tf" Q Write us for prices and market conditions 01 I ilUV CH Veal Hogs, Poultry, Fruits, Potatoes, Onions, etc Portland, Oregon Forty Years in the Same Location. PORTLAND HIDE & WOOL CO. 105 UNION AVENUS NORTH. PORTLAND, OREGON. Write for Prices and Shipping Tags We Pay Hig-heBt Prices for HIDES. PELTS, WOOL. MOHAIR. CASCARA BARK. Address Department B very slack this year and I am home part of the time. I do not like to take any chances, so I consulted my friends, and one lady said, Take Lydia Pinkham's medicine,' so I did. I have felt better rightalong and am in good enough health to go to work. I recommend your Veg etable Compound and Sanative Wash to all." Mrs. Mary Enrico, 459 N. Car penter St., Chicago, Illinois. Often the mother is obliged to support her children and good health is neces sary. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is just the medicine you can depend upon. It is a medicine for wo men's ailments and the relief it brought Mrs. Enrico it may bring to you. Keep well by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. PVilHfl f Cl.SJ.NINO ESTABLISHMENT Grand Avenue at Yamhill PORTLAND, ORE. EXPERT Dyeing & Cleaning EXCELLENT SERVICE By Parcel Post. Return Postage Paid Write for Circulars and Prices. "At Your Beck and Call" RUBBER STAMPS and MARKING DEVICES. the Offi" k tVTM QAK STRUTS W.TLANO. OBI INCOME TAX Expert advice on any income tax problems. Several years' actual experience in Govern- DDflDI CMOment Bureaus is offered rnil OLE IIIO those unable to visit our office. State your troubles briefly and send in with $1 and we will give you hon est to goodness advice. It will pay you to get in touch with us now. E. J. Curtin, Room 806 Lewis Bldg., Portland, Oregon. RAINIER HOTEL Raft $1.00 and up. 128 N. 6th Si.. Poitlud. Ore Very Centrally Located. Convenient to all Depots, and one block from main Postoftke Fire Proof and Modern NEW HOUSTON HOTEL A. E. Holcombe. Manager Weeklv Hates to Permanent Guests Sixth and Everett Streets, Three Block! from New Postoffice, Four Blocks from Union Depot, Portland, Ore. DR. G. E. WATTS 212 Oregonian Building. PORTLAND. OREGON SPECIALIST Female and Rectal Troubles and GLAND TRANSPLANTATIONS Chicken House Sash, 67c Write for prices on doors and windows. Men tion this ad. We manufacture. HKACOCK SASH & DOOR CO., 214 1st St.. Portland. Ore PATFNT ATTORNEY We can show you how to turn your patentable Ideas into cash. Oregon Licensed Mechanical Emrinei'r. THOMAS BILYEU. 2U2 Stevens Building. Portland. Ore. "A Moderate Priced Hotel of Merit" HOTEL CLIFFORD East Morrison St., at East Sixth, the Principal East Side Hotel. 5 minutes from Shopping District. Four blocks from 8. P. Kast siae station. SHIP US YOUR WOOL Wool cleaning and carding. Wool bats and mattresses made to order. We do custom carding. Write for prices. Crystal Springs Woolen Mills Established In 1905. Main Office and Faclory, 760 Umatilla Ave., Portland. USED TRUCK BARGAINS 1 to 5 ton GMC, Republics, Whites, etc Overhauled Guaranteed. WENTWORTH & IRWIN, Inc. Oregon Distributors for GMC Trucks 200 Second St., Cor. Taylor Portland, Oregon Fire Proof and Modern RITZ HOTEL PARK AND MORRISON STS. Depot Morrison Cars direct to Hotel. Popular Prices. Center Shopping and Theater district. FRANK A. CLARK. Prop formerly with Clyde Hotel. Radio Outfts The Sets Complete or Parts. Write for prices. MYERS BLACKWELL CO. Did Seem Time for New Hat, When does a man need a new hat? This by Barrie Payne ought to shed some light on the question: "We shall have to purchase a new hat. It embarrassed us no little yesterday to discover, in observing the usual social amenity in the presence of a lady, that we had politely lifted the brim of our hat and left the crown in statu quo." Detroit News. 462 Hawthorne Ave., PORTLAND, ORB INFORMATION DEPARTMENT. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Farm Implements- New and second hand, special prices. P. E. Esbenshade, 360-366 E. Morrison St. East 91. BRAZING, WELDING & CUTTING Northwest Welding & Supply Co. 88 1st St CLEANING AND DYEING For reliable Cleaning and Dyeing service send parcels to us. We pay return postage. Information and prices given upon request. EN'KE'S CITY DYE WORKS Established 1890 Portland CUT FLOWERS & FLORAL DESIGNS Clarke Bros., Florists, 287 Morrison FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS Commercial Iron Works, 7th & Madison. DRUGLESS PHYSICIAN Chronic diseases a specialty. Dr. W. N. Allen 330 Fleidner Building. FORD OWNERS Mr. Ford Owner Do you want to in crease your mileage 25 to 50 per cent? If so, buy a Stransky Vaporizer and Decar bonizer. Good live Agents wanted. Auto Specialty Co., 548 Peyton Bldg., Spokane, Wash. HORSES, MULES BOUGHT, SOLD U. S. STABLES, 365 Union Ave. Draft horses bought and sold. MACHINERY Send us your Inquiries for anything In Iron or Woodworking Machinery, Logging, toawmill, Contractors' Equipmerl, Loco motives, Boilers, Engines, Crushers, Kail, Caoie, Belting, etc. Burke Machinery Co., 528 Railway Exchange Bldg., Portland, Or. M01.hH BARBER COLLEGE Teaches trade in 8 weeks. Some pay while learn ing. Positions secured. Write for catalogue. 243 Burnside street, Portland, Ore. MONUMENTS E. 3d and Pine Sti. Otto Schumann Granite & Marble Work. PILES FISTCJLA.FISSURE, itch ing' and all other rectal conditions except Cancer permanently cured with out a surgical operation. My method of treatment saves the tissue instead of destroying it It is pain less, requires no anes thetic and is permanent. There is no confinement to bed. no interference with business or social engagements. I Suarantee a cure or will refund your fee. all or write for booklet. Mention this paper when writing. DR. C. J. DEAN Socond and Morrison Sti., Portland, Or. PERSONAL Marry If Lonely; most successful "Home Maker"; hundreds rich; confidential; reliable; years experience; descriptions free. "The Successful Club," Mrs. Nash, Box 556, Oakland, California. ' PIPE REPAIRING em pfpi?C Repaired by experts. Kansas 1 lrEO j.pe shop, 272 Wash. PRUNE TREES!! PRUNE TREESIII Before buying elsewhere see us. Columbia rurseryCo., 1490 Union Ave., Portland. SANITARY BEAUTY PARLOR We help the appearance of women. Twenty-two inch switch or transforma tion, value J7.60, price $2.45. 400 to 412 Dekum Bldg. SHOE REPAIRING IN PORTLAND Model Shoe Repair, 272 Washington SL Davla Bros., American Shoemaker, 108 4th St. VETERINARIAN Cattle a Specialty Dr. Chas. M. Anderson, Kenton. Portland. WANTED AGENTS Crystal radio outfits, Immediate ship ment Detroit; retail f 10 and J35. Head quarters, Acme Products Co. 218 Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Oregon. Wedding Bouquets and Funeral Pieces Lubliner Florists, 348 Morrison St. Jud Tunkins. Jud Tunkins says he believes the world is getting better, and any im pression to the contrary is due to the fact that Satan is doing more adver tising than he used to. How Halifax Got Its Name. Halifax, the capital ot Nova Scotia, founded by Lord Cornwallis in 1749, is named after the earl of Halifax, the English statesman who served his country in the house of commons and house of lords from 1688 until his death in 1715. In England, the city of Halifax is of considerable importance as a market town. Pioneers of Today. The young fellow who leaves a sal aried job to go into business for him self is as much of a pioneer as his ancestors who crossed the plains. Portland Oregonian. Nova Scotian Honorary Titles. In 1621 James I conferred the titles knights and baronets of Nova Scotia on a number of Scotch adventurers whose object was to colonize North America. First-Known Englishman. The first-known Englishman, ac cording to scientists, was the Piltdown man, so called from a part of a skull found at Piltdown, in Sussex. The brain capacity Is equal to the smaller human brain of today. True. A millionaire can't make "has went' and "I done" sound any better than s day laborer. Mrs. Bert Putman AROUND THE WORLD Uiluese have lacquered fans for sale, but use a cheap bamboo and paper contrivance themselves. Bohemia proposes to coin a small currency of glass. The new coins will be much cheaper to manufacture than the present metal currency. The new chancellor of Syracuse uni versity, Rev. Charles W. Flint, Is the son. the grandson and the great grand eon f Methodist local preachers. . A perfect preserved carcass of a mammoth was found frozen In the ice In Siberia in 1903. The globe fish, an Inhabitant of trop ical waters, Is said to be the only mem ber of the finny tribe that swims on Its back. The area of Egypt proper Is about 400,000 square miles, but only 12,076 square miles are fertile and Inhabited by a settled population. Self Preservation Nature's First Law HEED IT! McKenra, Wash. "I consider Dr. Pierce's medicines to be wonder fully good and recommend them to everybody. I used Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for feminine trouble and was cured. And my uncle used Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery with fine results." Mrs. Bert Putman, Box 192. When run-down you can quick ly pick up and regain vim, vigor, vitality by obtaining this Medical Discovery of Dr. Pierce's at your nearest drug store in tablets or liquid, or send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for trial pkg. or writ for advice. I is needed in every department of house keeping. Equally good for towels, table linen, sheets and pillow cases. Grocers Am Ynn SatNhMl? BEHNKE-WALKEJt are iou aausnea: business collegf is the biggest, most perfectly equipped Business Training; School In the North west. Fit yourself for a higher position with more money. Permanent positions assured our Graduates. Write for catalog Fourth and Yamhill, Portland. i P. N. U. No. 18, 1922 Astoria. The spring fishing season on the Columbia river opened at noon Monday and the Indications are that the amount of floating gear In the water will be the largest for the first week of any season in many years. Stayton. Stayton's new water sys tem is now completely Installed, and in a short time the streets will be ready for paving. The county rock crusher here started this week and It Is thought likely that the county will furnish the rock and bitulithlc Redmond. Work began this week on the foundation of a new cheese factory building for H. A. Karlen and D. C. Keyser of Vancouver, Wash. The building is being erected by P. O. Atkinson. Work will be rushed so that the plant can operate as soon as possible. Hood River The orders of north western lumber mills has increased the past few months to such an ex tent, according to Nelson Emry, local lumberman, that dealers here are ex periencing difficulty in filling orders for local builders and in keeping their stocks supplied. Redmond. The bucking contest which was staged at the fair grounds at Redmond this week was an exhibi tion of nerve and horsemanship Twelve horses ridden were bad actors for those attempting to mount them. It is expected that several more con tests will be held. Redmond. Tax collections In Des chutes county are 10 per cent less than last year. Half of the levy placed on the sheriff's books this year is $307,103.54, and of this $205,979.34 has been collected. Of $249,598.64 collect ible last year $192,544.52 had been received on the corresponding date. Salem. The King's Products com pany, which operates a large plant in Salem, Saturday made its first pur chase of strawberries for the 1922 sea son. The price was fixed at 5 cents a pound. Other buyers, it was said have contracted for several tons of strawberries at prices not In excess of 4 cents a pound. Salem. There were four fatalities in Oregon due to industrial accidents during the week ended April 27, ac cording to a report prepared by the state industrial accident commission. The victims were h. 3. Throop, chok erman, Healdsburg, Cal.; A. M. Dan- ton, laborer, Newberg; C. F. Scoggins logger, Oswego, and R. Moriyaser, hog feeder, Astoria. Bend. Buildings to be started in Bend within the near future will reach a total cost of between $50,000 and $75,000, it was estimated Saturday Following a $15,000 deal through which he becomes the owner of a par cel of 17 Bend lots, John F. Casey said that he would erect dwellings on each of his new properties, the ag gregate cost to be in the neighbor hood of $30,000. Tillamook. At a meeting of the Tillamook fair board Saturday, Sep tember 12. 13 and 14 were the days fixed for holding this year's county fair. County Agent Pine was elected secretary and manager. As proper ac commodatlons have not been provided on the new county fair grounds the fair will be held on the old fair frouncjs. The annual stock show will again be made a big feature. Salem. Reports were received here to the effect that a number of grow ers of that vicinity recently contract ed to sell a large pool of loganberries to the California Packing company at 3 cents a pound. For gooseberries the growers will receive 4 cents a pound and for raspberries 7 cents. It also was reported that the California Packing company Is quoting canned loganberries at $5.25 a case, while the Oregon packers had expected to ask as much as $6 a case for a similar product. Salem. A copy of the so-called com pulsory education measure which will go before the voters at the general election in November was received at the office of the secretary of state here Friday. The measure has been referred to the attorney-general for ballot title. The measure, If approv ed, will not become effective until September, 1926. The proposal pro vldes that any parent, guardian or other person in the state of Oregon having control of charge or custody of a child under the age of 16 years and of the age of 8 years or over at the commencement of a term of public school of the district in which the chid resides, who shall fail or neglect or refuse to send such child to a pub lie school for the period of time a public school shall be held during the current year of the district, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and each day's failure to send such child to a public school shall constitute a sep arate offense. WRKLEYS 10 for 5c am BB lnw SBhEm - v V'WCSA DOUBLE treat VS-. 'w5mL -Peppermint Cv 'yfl Jacket over Pep- MK. XAil wm JL. .!! Sugar jacket just "melts in your mouth," then you get the delec table gum center. And with Wrigley's three old standbys also affording friendly aid to teeth, throat, breath, ap petite and digestion. Soothing, thirst-quenching. Making the next cigar taste better. 5 Must Keep Credit Good. Lots of men do business on other people's money. Those who succeed learn that It's not how much business they do but how good they maintain their credit. The man who can bor row when he needs money is the man whose conduct of business is ap proved. Exchange. Less Costly Dealing. "The portrait painter charged me $1,000 to do me in oil," said the man who had just cleaned up in the stock market. "You got off cheap," replied the man who had been on the losing side. "In the future I think I'll have my dealings with a paluter Instead of a broker." Horned Owl Is Powerful. The great horned owl, a typical woodland bird, is, says the American Forestry Magazine, the most powerful of them all, only inferior in strength and fierceness to the eagle. Rarebit as a Means to Riches. "Diamonds found In a dream," runs a headline. If the story can be proved, Its author can realize a handsomo sum by disclosing what he ate before he went to bed. Boston Transcript. Saturday Note. "Tommy, dear," said the stern mother, as her son came In from play ing; "this Is hath night, you know." "Then I think," answered the boy, "I'll go out and get a little dirtier." Poet Worthy of Honor. I think, and think I thmk rightly, the laurel appointed for triumphant captains doth worthily, of all other learnings, honor the poet's triumph. Sidney. TWELVE YEARS AGO AND NOW M m 1 If you were a user of automobile tires twelve years ago, you know how true these things are. Goodyear Tires, you will re member, were good tires even then. But they gave hardly half the mileage that Goodyear users are reporting to us today. Good as they were, they could not compare in size or strength or lasting qualities with Goodyear Tires now. Goodyear Tires were low priced then. But they are far lower priced now. They sell today at prices that represent an average decrease of more than 60 from the level of 1910. The proof is in the Goodyear prices quoted below. The proof of better quality in Goodyear Tire3 today is furnished by the finer and abler perform ance of Goodyear Tires all over the world. Your Goodyear Service Station here in now offers you the utmost in Goodyear Tire value at the lowest Goodyear prices ever listed. See him today. 30 1 Zvi Cross-Rib Fabric 30 I All-Weather Tread Fabric Tread Cord $18.00 tstnne J Aii-weatncr ...:n $10.95 Tread Cord $25.50 $14.75 Si Hi ftu-eamcr ,- - , jx Tread Cord $32.40 33 i 4 All-Weather a Tread Cord $JJ.40 Manujactuttr's tax extra "Western Made for Western Trade'