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PORT! ANniFirPRS AMARKET
A vyx. & A-drMiJLr for your PRnnnrF
ONLY GOOD CREAM MAKES
MUTUAL CREAMERY CO., Portland.
A Good Job With Steady Work
Paper making offers a good opportunity to
strong, intelligent, sober men between the ages of
21 and 50 sure pay and steady work.
Meals 35c each. Plenty to eat and excellent
cooking. Company hotel.
Supply beds 25c, 30c and 40c.
Free hot and cold baths tubs and showers.
Worthy, faithful employees have good chance
Positions given free on application you pay
no fee for your job. Employment Office at Camas,
Washington and 209 Commonwealth Bldg., Port
Crown Willamette Paper Co.
The Little House
A Song by Evelene Calbreath.
Sung by Kathryn Meisle, contralto,
Chicago Opera company.
AT ALL PORTLAND MUSIC DEALERS
CHOOSE YOUR STUDY
A position for each graduate. Write us today.
Alisky building, Portland, Oregon.
Cascara Bark Higher .,
Ship, bring or advise how much
you have for sale. r
RUBY & CO.,
215 FRONT ST., COR. SALMON, Portland
A complete stock Coupes, Sedans, Roadsters
and Tourings. .We buy for cash, which gives you
more for vour money. When you want a Ford
come aee our stock. We handle our own paper.
i..v'iwm. FARNHAM & WILLIAMS, (Inc.)
' US N. 11th. Bet. Iturnside & Couch at. Bdy 3214
EVAN G. HOUSEMAN .
' ' Osteopathic Physician.
Electronic Method of ABRAMS
Phone Main 2963.
393V4 Yamhill at Tenth,
We are one of the largest buyers of
Caacara Bark in the world.
Portland Kide & Wool Co.
tOt UNION AVINUE NORTH, fORTLlNO, OMtON.
Branch at Pocatello, Idaho
Write for Prices and Shipping Tags.
BUY THE BEST HORSE COLLAR MADE
All long rye straw stuffed.
Insist on having the collar
with the "Fish" Label If
your dealer does ;rot handle
thls'brand collar.'wrlte to us
P. SHARKEY' dV SON
53 Union Av., Portland, Ore.
No matter how ehrii: w ssvtre
yourPilasmay kM.I GUASAtsTEE
ts osfmfssnv oars see mthsst sfisr '
atlas, wnary. snsessuttc sate.
IW TCOA rOM. FKIIsMlK
CKA5J. DEAN, M.D
2ND AND MORRISON P0RT1AND.ORECON
m, WT if''" TH l PAPCB WHFN WRITING
103,374 New Freight
Washington. The railro.'ids of the
country from January 1 this year to
August 15 placed In service 103374
Dew freight cars, of which 6,424 were
put o.i the rails during the first 15
days of August, according to a state
ment issued recently by the car serv
ice division of the American Railway
association. The new carriers added
In the seven and one-hulf months con-
yslst of 41,082 coal tars, 41,712 box cars
Oemplat Chance Saturday, Adults, Week
day Matlnes, 20o J Erenlost, Bc. Continu
on 1 to 11 p. m. Children 10 cents sll.tlra.s.
Phone MAin S080
ShiphercTs Mineral Springs
HAROLD BAIN, Manager Cron, Waahlnoton
An Ideal Wlntsr Retort. Special Winter Rate.
Routes S. P. & 8. Local from Portland to Car
son, Wash. By Auto to Caacade Lorka via Co
lumbia Highway. By Auto via the North Bank
Highway. Hotel American Plan, Modern Hotel
Accommodations Bathe Hot Mineral Bathe: Cure
for Rheumatism, Liver, Kidney and Stomach
Troubles: Skin DtK.asfs. Hunting and Planing.
ROOT AND HERB REMEDIES
ji lauen in ume, prevent operation! ior uiaDetes. uatarrh, Aithma.
Lunsr. Throat. Liver. Kidnev. Rheumatism. Rlmvl. Ktnmucli anA .H
The C. Gee Wo Remedies are harmless, a no dm a nr noimn nl
Composed of the choisest medicinal roots, herbs, buds and bark, iitv
fiuitcu uy us Li um ur sway oriental countries.
Call or Write for Information
C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Company
New Location 262V Alder St., S. W. Cor. Third, Portland, Orefloi
"Established 23 Years in Portland.
QUITTING SHOE BUSINESS.
Reliable shoe store: square dealing
with the public for 30 years; decided to
quit the shoe business; $30,000.00 stock
of the latest style shoes for ladies, men
and children, as well as high top ladiei
shoes with military or Cuban heel are
at the public disposal. You will pur
chase several pairs when you see the
gTeat reduction in price. John J-ellar,
389 Washington St., Pittock Block,
uut, seam, nem ana macmne ee AAna
pleat akirta raady for band. 00 venw
Hemstitching, picotinr and tucking.
EASTERN NOVELTY UFO. OO,
85 H Fifth St. Portland, Ore
Sanitary Beauty Parlors We fix yon up,
we make all kinda of Hair Goods ot yeui
combings. Join our School of Beauty Culture
400 to 414 Dekum Bldf., Phone Broadwaj
ouuz, rorttanq, uregon.
BRAZING, WELDING t CUTTING
Northwest Welding Supply Co., 88 1st Bt
Marry if Lonely; most successful "Homi
Maker : hundreds rich: confidential: rail
able; yeare experience; descriptions free
"The Successful Club," Mrs. Nash, Bm 658,
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE
Teaches trade in 8 weeks. Some pa;
while learning. Positions secured. Writs
for catalogue. 234 Burnslde street, Fort
GLASSES WILL SAVE YOUR EYES
10. Expert flttinor at lowest prices. All
t 2 sCVfl of Glasses. Lenses duplicated
form broken pieces. Mail in your bro
ken glasses. Satisfaction Guaranteed,
Dr. A. E. liurwiu, Xi First tit., Portland, Ore.
CUT FLOWERS FLORAL SBSIQNS
Clarke Bros., Florists, 23T Mormon Bt.
PATENT ATTORNEY mbohak&eeb
Protect that Idea with United Statei
Patent. Others hare made fortunes oat ot
Patents. Wh sot you! Thomas Bilyeu, 80S
Btaveua jting., run Ian a, ure.
Buy Where You Will
But see our Used Cars FIRST,
CONDIT & CONSER CO.,
Grand Avenue and East Oak Street
All makes of light cars at lowest prices, casj
terms. Twelve years m this laratioi.
MANLEY AUTO CO.
431-135 Burnside St.. Portland. On
Doors and Windows
Iot-bed sash, mouldings, cupboard doors, flour
bins, sash for sleeping; porches, millwork, glass.
roohng. bee our odd stocks ol saati and doors lot
'""' D. B. SCULLY & CO.,
Downtown Lumber Store. 171 Front street, be.
twsam alorriaoa and YamhuL Main 4211
Cars Now in Service
and 13,149 reiriorator cars. There
were on order on Augum 15 ls0,585 new
freight cars, of which 31,949 were coal
cars, 38,122 box cars and 8.252 refrig
erator cars. There were placed In
service in the same period a total ot
2,3(54 new locomotives. On August 15,
1.674 new locomotives were on order.
Anyway, a shiftless man can blanu
bis wife for his failure to muke good
Aik Dad to get you
that Columbia hi
They cost no more
than ordinary bicy
cles. Jutt tend us your
name and we wilt mail
you Free, a dandy Jau
cap la pretty eolors.
Third and Taylor
Gives smooth. Gliding; fin
ish to hard or soft-wood
NO ACID, CREASE OR
Your druggist has it. If
not, send us stamps, 7bc
for one-pound package
GOOD COOP FOR MOTHER HEN!
i oss of Chicks by Exposure May Be
Largely Prevented Guard Against
CPvep by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
It Is not good poultry management
to allow the mother hen to range un
restricted with her chicks. With such
freedom the hen frequently takes her
brood through wet grass, and as a re
sult some are chilled and die, especial
ly the weaker ones, which are likely
to be left behind. The loss of young
chicks which follows such a practice
Is large and mainly preventable. Fur
thermore, the food which a brood al-
lowed to range with the hen obtains
troes very largely to keep the heat of
the body and the chicks do not make
as pnod growth as they otherwise
Chick losses of this nature can be
largely prevented by shutting the hen
in a coop. Any style of coop which
Is dry, ventilated, and can be closed
at night to protect the brood against
cats, rats and other animals, and which
while confining the hen, will allow the
chicks to pass in and out freely after
they are a few days old. will be satis
factory. The hen should be confined
until the chicks are wenned, though a
small yard may be attached to the
coop, If desired, to allow the hen to
exercise. The fence can be raised
from the ground fnr enough to allow
the chicks to go lu and out, but not
high enough for the hen to escape. By
using a coop the chicks can find shel
ter and warmth under the hen at any
time, and the weaklings after a few
days may develop Into strong, healthy
Where chicks are raised with hens,
they are likely to become Infested with
lice. If the lice get very numerous,
they greatly retard the chicks' growth
and may even cause their death. The
hen should be powdered thoroughly
with some good insect powder before
she is put in the coop with the chicks
and at intervals of several days or a
week thereafter. The baby chicks
should be examined for lice, parties
larly on the head, under the wings and
about the vent. If any are found, a
little grease, such as lard, should be
tubbed on those places. Appiy grease
moderately, as too much will Injure
the chicks. The chicks should be ex
amined frequently and the treatment
repeated If lice are found on them.
Source of Sediment.
Most of the sediment in milk come
from the bodies of cows and consists
of hairs, manure, bedding, etc.
Improve Quality of Milk.
Straining Improves the commercial
quality of milk, but does not appreci
ably improve Its healthfuiness.
Material for Strainers.
Filter cloth and absorbent cotton
are efficient materials for strainers,
Cheesecloth and wire gauze are less
iV i 1 1' 1 "i
?fj..r imp i
THE ROMANCE OF WORDS
XX7HEN, In the literature ot
today, It Is necessary to use
a synonym for "defeat" or "foil,"
the word "baffle" Is a recognized
equivalent but the origin of the
verb presents an Interesting
study In ancient customs and
medieval practices, for It was
formerly applied to a particular
pedes of physical punishment
Thus, In Beaumont and Fletch
er's "King and No King," a cow
ardly soldier recounts his expe
riences by saying "They hung
me up by the heels and beat me
with hazel sticks so that the
whole kingdom took notice of
me for a baffled felon." '
"Baffling" In the days of
chivalry was the name given to
the ceremony In which a per
jured or recreant knight, either
personally or In effigy, was hung
up by the heels, his escutcheon
blotted, his spear broken In two
and either his body or bis like
ness beaten by the bystanders.
This pleasant little pastime Is
described by Spenser, who writes
In the "Faerie Queen":
"And after all, for greater In
famy He by the heels him hung upon a
And baffled so, that all which
that passed by
The picture of his punishment
The accepted meaning of the
word today is therefore figura
tive, rather than literal an echo
of the days when knighthood was
( by Whselsr Syndlcats. inc.)
By F. A. WALKER
DO YOUR BEST
Y cannot by any newly conceived
process hope to get the best and
apply It to the best use, unless you
give the best.
The studious scholar stands at the
head of his or her class simply be
cause he or she gives the best the
closest attention, the deepest thought
and the hardest work.- Concentration
Is wearisome, but it produces ef
fective results and yields enduring re
wards which can be attained In no
In art, literature, business and In
the crafts, those who become con
spicuous for their skill, give their best
energy In perfecting themselves, and
as a result they hold the foremost
place In their respective callings,
command the most respectful consid
eration and win the highest recom
Life to those who give their best
wears a different aspect from that
which Is so dimly seen by the heed
less, heading for no particular port,
lacking the ability to Judge the direc
tion of the wind or energy to study
Close application, holding constantly
to one specific course, working hour
after hour without every little while
pausing to scan the clock, cannot In
their state of Indifference be done.
Such persons In their reflective
moments may be annoyed at the prog
ress of their rivals, but the annoyance
lacks strength to shake them from
Any continuous exertion calling for
excellence, Is too violent, too wearing
to body and mind to be tolerated.
So they remain passive, and when
the frequen' ugly moods come upon
them they censure the fates for their
How then, can such humans who
habitually and generally from choice
travel among the lrresolutes and the
grumblers, blame otl'ers for delin
quencies which are obviously their
( by MeClure Newspap.r Syndicate.)
! WE WERE NOT
By GRACE E. HALL
CAN you forget the myriad things
That made the cycle of those
The witchery of tender springs.
The autumn leaves, the tears,
The gray mists blurring out the view,
The somber scenes across the way,
The unsaid things we sensed and knew
Each passing day?
Can you forget the mystic thread I
We wove on fancy's magic loom '
Into those days that now are dead
Dead as that first spring's bloom?
We watched the gray doves come and
Stood at the window while the rain
Tapped with a ghost-touch soft and
Against the pane.
The hours were commonplace, we said.
And wished for scenes some other
We saw the sunsets, gold and red,
Watched snow-clouds fill the air;
Heard song birds in the trees above.
Had all God's gifts, and yet
We were not satisfied with love
And now regret 1
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Grants Pass. The Tokay grape
crop has started moving In carload
lots from the Rogue River valley.
Salem. There were three fatalities
due to Industrial accidents In Oregon
during the week ending October 4,
according to a report prepared here
by the state Industrial accident com
mission. Hermlston. The price of hay has
gone up $1.50 during the past 10 days
and is now selling at 13 f. a. b. Horin
iston. . The C- S., McNaught Milling
company is paying $9.50 for loose hay
at its mill. .
Brownsville. According to berry
and small fruit growers In the Cala
pooia river district, Brownsville Is In
great need ot a fruit cannery, as hun
dreds of tons ot fruit could be de
livered to It each year by the grow
ers ot this section.
The Dalles. Wasco county's total
assessed valuation for 1923 Is $15,714
570, according to an announcement
made by Assessor Davis. This uu
increase ot $129,120 over last year,
part of which is due to the fact that
23.7S1.95 acres of homestead land was
taken up during the year.
Silverton. The Loyal Legion of
Loggers and Lumbermen at Silverton
held its annual election of officers
Wednesday night with the following
results: Chairman, John Elder; vice
chairman, George Towe; secretary,
Robert Scott; local conference com
mittee, R. Sanderson; chairman to be
assisted by S. Samuelson and Lewis
cedsport. The local fishermen's
strike was settled by compromise after
three weeks' duration, during which
time the last of the Chinook run of
salmon had passed up the Umpqua,
Smith and Schofield rivers. However,
the silverstde salmon run Is at Its
height and the four fishing and can
nlng companies of the vicinity are
running at full capacity.
Pendleton. A decision to employ a
landscape architect to formulate plans
that may be followed in the gradual
Improvement of park ground cover
ing one block in the east part ot the
city has been made by the city plan
nlng commission. A suggestion has
been made that the statue of the late
Sheriff Til Taylor be erected on the
north end of the park.
Cottage Grove. More than 6000 per-
sous had been registered at the auto
camp during the season up to October
The number ot cars was 2000,
Forty states were represented, as well
as a large number ot the provinces of
Canada. It is estimated that the
amount spent in the city by this num
ber totaled $18,000. The camp was no
expense whatever to the city.
Salem. First Church ot Christ
Scientist of Salem has received as a
gift from Mrs. Sarah A. Wilson, a val
uable lot at Liberty and Chemeketa
streets here. Mrs. Wilson is a pioneer
in the Christian Science movement in
Salem and services were conducted
by her in the house on the lot which
she has deeded to the church. The
lot is valued at approximately $12,000,
Grants Pass. Commercial fishing in
the upper Rogue river this summer
brought local fishermen a total of
$10,770. This represents a catch of
76,985 pounds. About 15 boats start
ed the drifts on May 25, but in July
the number had dwindled to about six,
due to the lowering of the river and
the subsequent decrease in the num
ber of salmon ascending the stream
The prevailing price was 14 cents.
Mount Angel. One of the biggest
livestock deals ever consummated in
this vicinity was made Friday when
Klein Brothers sold their herd bull
Manitor Segis Walker Gerbun, to the
Carnation stock farm of Seattle, Wn
for $5000. This event came upon the
heels of the capturing of the first
prize, championship, grand champion
ship and sweepstakes at the Btate fair
by C. J. Berning's Model Segis Frilly
Astoria. The board of directors of
the Lower Columbia Co-Operative
Dairy association at Its meeting Satur
day set the prices to be paid for but
terfat delivered at Us local cream
eries during the month of October at
the following rates a pound. A grad
55 cents; No. 1, 52 cents; No. 2, 60
cents. These figures are approximate
ly 2 cents a pound higher than the
average prices paid at other creamer
ies in the district.
Bend. An apparently lnexhaustlbl
supply of water has been located on
the Crampton Brothers' ranch In the
Fort Rock basin. After drilling down
100 feet, the ranchers discovered a
flow of water which does not lower no
matter how much Is pumped out. They
are planning to install an engine and
a centrifugal pump, and will irri
gate a large area ot land In the Fort
Rock valley, if the Bupply of water Is
as great as it appears to be.
V Mter X
(Every Meal 1
Have a packet in your i
I pocket for ever-ready ;
3 Aids digestion.
5 Allays thirst.
Soothes the throat.
: For Quality, Flavor am
the Sealed Package,
Superfluous, as it Were.
"You can't Imar're, my dear," said
me uiuid to anotutr, "uu number of
young men who paid attention to me
at the dance." "But that's quite use
less, my dear," responded her friend,
when you have already Imagined
Pronunciation ot common English
words changes from time to time. In
ueen Anne's reign "oil" was pro
nounced "lie" by well-educated peo
ple, and it was also the fashion to pro
nounce "are" as though it were "air."
The most tragic moment in the life
ot the woman who married the wrong
man la when, rummaging her old pos
sessions, she comes across the powder
ing leaves of a long-dried rose. Rich
mond Times-Dispatch. '
Mrs. Fred Anderson
Follow good Health
Salem, Oreg. "For several years
I suffered with liver trouble and
stomach disorder. I was constipated
and had a gassy condition of the
stomach. I doctored, but could not
get rid of these conditions until
1 began taking Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets, and since I took these 'Pel
lets' I have not had any more
trouble with my liver or stomach.
"I can highly recommend Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets to anyone
suffering with stomach or liver ills."
Mrs. Fred Anderson, 905 S. 21st
Constipation is at the root of
many ailments. You can avoid
many of the ills in life by obtaining
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets from
Send 10c for trial pktr. or write
for free advice tr Dr. Pierce's In
valids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y. '
Points to Consider.
True happiness, we are told, con
sists In getting out of one's self; but
the point Is not only to get out, you
must stay out; and to stay out, you
must have some absorbing errand.
A doctor has written an article de-
tending cosmetics. We always thought
their use Injurious, but this puts a
new complexion on the matter. From
the Boston Transcript.
Mice as Human Food.
Mice are eaten more in Africa than
elsewhere; they are a favorite dish of
the Mabarl, In Borotse valley. Liberia
is a country where they are eaton fre
quently. O. Henry.
"If not In coin, you must pay In hu
miliation ot spirit for every benefit
received at the hands ot charity."
jjsf - I
The ooze dredged from the ocean
floor In the tropics Is so cold that It
cannot be handled wlhout discomfort.
used for baby's clothes, will keep them
sweet snd snowy-whits until worn out.
Try It and sea for yourself. Aigrvcm
Are You Satisfied?
Is the blgsrest, moat perfectly equipped
Business Training rJchool In the North
west. Fit yourself for a hlg-her position
with more money. Permanent pus. lions
assured our (irndtiatea.
Write for catalog our u anu lun.i,
P. N. U.
No. 41, 1923