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C H IC K E N S W A N T E D
Frank L. Sm ith wail U ch ick en s and w ill pay
aa follow a,
L iv a S p rin g C hicken » .............. 17c
G ood Fai lien *
Dre.m-it i 'liickfiM
Dr Meed V.-al
D ressed B lock Ho»-«
W e can uhc any quantity o f D uck*. T u rkey«.
r.tc. W e do not ch a rg e com m ission on any*
thuitf. A ddreea all uhiiunentH
FRANK L SMITH MEAT CO.
‘Fighting the Beef Trust*'
BEAUTIFUL, POST CARDS FREE
Haut '-*• stamp for ti » e hhiim -I c - i
vary liant (¡old
Tail ' km ad Hi i ' lulu I- lo*, i . 11 . ir
ood l in k 1*0*1 ul
Carda, liMttutiful cuIlM a K d luti
h <iac i una. Ari
Curii Olili», i tu J uri- mou Ht..
K O D A K S
W rita for catalog-*]n* and literature.
•nd prin tin g Mail ord ers g iven p rom pt attention
1 o r t la n d r n o i o S u p p ly C o
149 Third Street
P O R T L A N D . ORB.
broken m achin ery and eastings
_______ol all kinds by a new procesa,
m aking them as g cod a* new .
M achine w ork o f
all kinds. W e hx any old ' hing. hulled Oiy-ActtyieK
It iMspacy, 305 Uiun 51 hunt Mais 6760. i'w (Und. Or
IGHT S AMO TRAOf MARKS
Book o f accuratu
drm atlon tree on request.
J. K b u a , a o Botili ai Inde UM« . Poi I land. Ur
(Lute o: Li. h . i'uitmt O Iti in i\ nnhin^ o.i. U. C.l
Advice g l\an nil nil
•laud* l i c e . . 1„ li.I
über t fain.
lion, ate A i - » *• ni* (H
fo r in forili H um
mu. I» «’ t ormai l> Luvr
VuHiliugtO . 1>. V
nifi» to Ilome-
M in lug. lu ig i»
our cima; writ a
un». \\ Huh lu c
ir. Laud U Hue.
Don't Tell Everything.
Do not tell everything, even to a
friend. When you undertake great af
fairs, confide In but few. Never love
a mean man; he will not rescue you
from calamity nor share what he has
with you. To do good to the base is
like eowlng the eea. The mean a**'
never satisfied; one slip cancels all
former benefits. Comrades In feast
lng are plenty; not In serious mature
That have great medicinal power, are
raised to their highest efficiency, for
purifying and enriching the blood, as
they are combined in Hood’s Sarsa
40,360 testimonials received by actual
count in two years, lie sure to take
Hood’s S a r s a p a r i l l a
Get it today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called S a rsa ta b s-
The ancient ceremony of placing
loaves In which coins had been in«
sorted on the tombstone In Eelatoc
churchyard, Notts, for old people U
pick up and take away, was observed
the other Sunday.
Instant Relief for All Eyes
One at a Time, Please.
“ Do something for the girls,” is a
moving* plea. The best possible thing
to do is to marry them.— Chicago Rec
3AK1N3 POWDER ;
J D S I HKÌIIT ,
Mr. ; Tig.'wwmrTfc'
CLOSSET 6 DEVERS
OREGON AND WASHINGTON
Bought and Sold
HARRY M. COURTRIGHT
Yeon Bldg., Portland, Ore.
ATRIP TO PORTLAND FREE
CUT RATES IN
P a in le s s E x t r a c t i o n ........ F ret
S ilver F i l l i n g s .........................50c
G o ld F illin g s ............................ 75c
22 K. G old C r o w n s ...................$3
P orcela in C r o w n s ...................$3
M olar G old C r o w n s .................$4
B rid ge W o r k . 22 K. G o l d . .. $3
In ln y F ills, P ure G o l d ..........$2
V e r y N ice R u b b e r P l a t e . . . .$4
B est R u b b er P la te on E a r t h ................................
A L L T H IS W O R K IS G U A R A N T E E D .
D o n ’ t th row y o u r m oney aw a y. A d olla r saved
la tw o d o lla rs earned . O ur orig in a l relia b le M odern
P ain less M ethod s and o u r p e r fe c t e d office eq u ip
m en t sa v es u s tim e and y o u r m oney.
BOSTON DENTISTS. 5th H M o rris o n . P e r il* nd
Entrance 29116 Morrison, opposite Postoffice and Meier .♦
Frs.ik Established in Portland 10 years. Open evenings
am i) 8 and Sundays until 12 HO. for people who work.
By Lydia E. Plnkham’s
T eona, 111.—“ I wish to lot every one
know what Lydia E. Pinkham 's remo-
i dies have done for
mo. F or tw o years
] I suffered. The doc-
j tors said I had tu-
] mors, and the only
j remedy was the sur-
1 peon’ s knife.
mother boupht mo
Lydia E. l ’ inkham's
V e g e t a b l e Com
pound, and today I
,| am a healthy wo
jy man. For months
" I suffered from in-
fiarnmation,aiul yourSunative Wash re
lieved me. Y ou r Liver Tills have no
equal as a cathartic. A n y one wishing
proof o f what your medicines have
done for me can get it from any drug
gist or by writing to me. Y ou can use
my testimonial in any way you wish,
and I will be glad to answer letters.” —
Mrs. C h r ist in a . H e e d , 105 Mound St.,
A n o th e r O p e ra tio n A v o id e d .
New Orleans, La.— “ For years I suf-
f red from severe female troubles,
Finally 1 was confined to my bed and
the doctor said an operation was neces
sary. I gave Lydia E. Pinkham’ s Veg
etable Compound a trial first, and
was saved from an operation.” —Mrs,
L il y P k y r o u x , n i l Kerlerec St., Mew
The great volume o f unsolicited tes
tlmony constantly pouring in prove
conclusively that Lydia E. Tinkhai.i'i
Vegetable Com|>ound is a remarkable
remedy for those distressing femluin,
ilia from which so u a u y women suffer
REBEL SHIP TAKEN
Cruiser Tacoma Puts Forces on
that are irritated from dust, heat, sun
or .wind, PETTIT’S EYE SALVE. All
druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo,
N. Y .
cùffee T ^ Ì
! TEA SPICES '!
F A S H IO N H IN T S
President Bonilla Gives Americans
Free Rein in Preventing Bom
bardment of Ports.
My two little nieces had a bird gives
to them and were very anxious to set
On seeing It get Into the
water for the first time, the three-year*
old child exclaimed: "Why, 1 declare!
If it len t getting right into the ware*
with all its feather* on.— The D e ll»
t u t o r . __________________
P l l f S CURED IN 6 r o 14 D A Y S.
Y ou r druK sist w ill refu n d m oney if P A Z O O IN T -
MF.NT fails to c u r e any cast* o f Itch in g. Blind,
M leeding o r P rotru d in g Piles in 0 to 14 day*. 60c.
Uiris' n a m es ir\ ueqrgta.
Here are a few Georgia girls' names,
collected by the Atlanta Constitution
And the Macon Telegra^ai: Dru, Jamie,
Johnnie, Willie, Eula, Iva, Jewel, Lula.
Anace Zu, Mert, A?,ama, Moselle,
Bhrie. Delphi*, Kchg, **dl% Leleath,
Then!«, Alclne, AramfwVA, Lautorie,
8elna, A rtop^ Pasate. B lM l*. Florida.
Thelma. Thebta, ITdfTub, IfbfciM, Lau
Washington, Jan. 23.—Tho report
that the Hornet, General Bonila's
revolutionary gun boa tk which has
been promoting his cause along the
coast of Honduras, has been boarded
by a force from the American gun
O n e “ B R O M O QUININE”
boat Tacoma was confirmed in a T hat U L O A nly
X A T IV E BK O M O Q U IN IN E . Look
wireless dispatch received by the fur the sianM tur« o f E. W. G R O V E . Used the
navy department today from Com W orld ovar to C u re a Cold in O ne D ay. 25c.
mander Cooper of the United States
M o th er Lo ve .
Mother love hath this unllkenese to
The dispatch merely said it had any other love. Tender to the object,
been found necessary to place a force
on board to detain the Hornet, and It can be infinitely tyrannical to itself
■ added that details would be reported and thence all Its power of seif-sacri
I later. The state department is await fice.— Lew Wallace.
ing information to determine its fu
The short coats so popular tins season
The attorney-general is investigat
are very becoming t<> slender figures.
ing whether the Hornet has violated
The deep braided bands used as trim the neutrality laws of the United
ming tend to emphasize the shortness States, and pending the result the
of coats and narrowness of skirts.
state department lias announced that
Our model also shows the new broad ihe vessel would not be permitted
to commit any act of hostility against
The action o f Commander Davis, of
to correct a bad stomach
LARGELY MATTER OF FAITH
the Tacoma, in boarding the Hornet,
to restore the appetite--to
Proof of Authenticity of Relics, Re*. it is assumed here, was based oil an
relieve constipation and
intention of the revolutionists to
llfious or Historical, In Most
strike a telling blow. The navel of
keep you strong
fleers in Honduran waters were given
considerable latitude in carrying out
The authenticity of rellce, religious their instructions to prevent au as
or historical, must In many cases be sault by the Hornet.
largely a matter of faith; proof Is
T he Hornet sailed from New Or tetter’s Stomach Bitters. It
often lacking, often Indeed Impossible leans, ostensibly for Cape Gracias, on
has a proven record, ex-|
to procure. The number of couches the northeastern coast of Nicaragua,
over a period of
notable from the fact "that they have It has not been establisheed where
in cases of Poor
been slept In by good Queen Bess'’
The Hornet was immediately trans
shown In manor houses Is legion and
Appetite, Headache, Belch
the same may be said of many other ferred from American to Honduran
ing, Indigestion, Costive
historical heirlooms the real history registry and raised the Honduran
ness, Colds, Grippe and
of which Is lost In the mists of an
issued by the Bonilla appointees. The ;
tiquity. How many pairs of gloves
Malaria and you will find
validity of these papers is one of
Merc given by King Charles I as keep the questions being looked into. Of it just the medicine you
sakes on the day of his execution? ficials here generally regard them as
need. Its results are quick
There are quite a number of claimants irregular.
and certain. Try it today.
for the honor. One pair has recently
been the cause of a law suit, and It
RAISE IN TARIFFS URGED.
was said In the course of the trial
that they were given by the king to
M a k in g H epo oto a C r a d le .
Bishop Juxon on the scaffold. There Railroad Official Says Rates Not In
The poorest of Indian mothers
creased on Par With Prices.
Is yet another pair which has had a
must have a beautiful baby basket or
far stranger history than most Stuart
W orcester, Mass.— Unless the rail-j
relics, which have Indeed little his roads of the country charge higher cradle, fashioned by ber own careful
tory, but a quiet passing from genera rates for carrying freight, wages will | fingers. The general design depends
tion to generation In English country have to be cut, according to argu- upon the customs and traditions of
houses. They were sent by King nients put forth by speakers at the the tribe, and the materials used are
Charles on the day of execution by a meeting o f the New England mem | determined by the natural resources
trusty hand to Speaker Lenthall "for hers o f the American Railroad Em of the region inhabited; but the or
amity’s sake." Only one of the pair ployers’ and Investors’ Association namentation is dictated by the moth
er’s Ingenuity nrd artistic perceptions.
now survives, the other was burned here.
“ For 25 years,’* said P. H. Morris
_ , . „
In a bush fire In Australia. The
precious gloves had gone there when sev, president of the association, the j Byrup tm* best re m e d y to usofoi t h e i r cuildreo
changes in class rates have been: luring the icothiug period.
the Lenthalls awhile ago left their very slight, while the value o f a
homes and their lands and had, with most every commodity has increased j
K n o w le d g e .
Charles II. s pardon of Lenthall, been The railroads have found it necessary | Knowledge la Indeed that which
cherished In many wanderings in Au again and again to increase wages, j next to virtue, truly and essentially
stralia. The surviving glove and the
Now they are making a moderate I raises one man above another. It fln-
pardon are now back in England, be advance in some rates but the ad j ishes one half of the human soul. It
cause happily the Lenthalls are back. vance is so small in comparison with J makes being pleasant to us, fills the
It is quite likely that King Charles the value of the commodities as to J mind with entertaining views, and ad
gave away several pairs of gloves, for he almost impossible for computation j ministers to It a perpetual series of
gloves then wTere costly things—cities by the ultimate consumer.
gratification. It gives ease to solitude
gave them to visiting sovereigns railroads are not. allowed to raise and gracefulness to retirement— Ad
where now addresses or gold boxes their freight rates, it will be fell dison.
are given. But In the days of the in other ways."
Stuarts gloves were costly enough at
any rate to carry a sentiment, even a WAR OVER CRETE IS THREAT.,
'A Corking Good Smoke!’
New York Greeks Ask Taft to Help
Keep Isle From Turkey.
F a in t ?
Have y o u weak heart, dizzy feelings, o p p re sse d
breathing after m eals? Or do you c x p ^ ric u c e pain
over tiie heart, shortness of breath on going u p -s ta irs
end the many distressing symptoms which in d ic a te
p o o r circulation and bud b.ood ? A heart to n ic ,
blood and body-builder that has stood the test o f
over 40 years of cures is
Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery
The heart becomes regular as clock-w ork. The red
blood corpuscles are increased in number—and the
nerves in turn are well fed. The arteries are filled
with good rich blood. That is why* nervous debility»
irritability, fainting spells, disappear and are over
come by this alterative extract of medicinal roots
put up by Dr. Pierce without the use of alcohol.
A sk your neighbor. Many have been cured of
scrofulous conditions, ulcers, “ fever-sores,” white swellings, etc., by taking
Dr. Pierce’ s Discovery. Just the refreshing and vitalizing tonic needed for
excessive tissue waste, in convalescence from fevers or for run-down, amrraic,
thin-blooded people. Stick to this safe and sane remedy and refuse all “ just
as good ” kinds offered by the dealer who is looking for a larger profit. Noth
ing will do you half us much good as Dr. Pierce’ s (¿olden Medical Discovery.
YOU WANT A
Men Find It Out When They Attempt
to Frisk About In Boy
New York.—That an effort on the
part of the Ottoman Empire to coerce
tlie Cretans would result in another
revolution was the sentiment voiced
at a mass meeting of the Greek
The meeting was convoked by the
Pan-Hellenic Union, representing 8000
Greeks in the vicinity o f New York,
to protest against the alleged inten
tion o f European powers to hand
over the island of Crete to Turkey.
The meeting adopted resolutions
calling upon President Taft and Con
gress to oppose an effort to subject
the Cretans to Turish sovereignly
and asked that (ho President remind
the powers that, the interests of
peace demand that Crete he incor
porated with the Kingdom of Greece.
, i* , C IG A R . .
K id n ey trou b le p rey s u p on tha j
m ind, d iscou ra g es and lessens
am bition; beauty, v ig o r and
P a i n l e s s
D e n t i s t s
ch eerfu ln ess soon disa pp ear
N< .o n ly do w e g u aran tee ou r work, but w «
w hen the kidneys are out o f prum i?e to d o it quickly, painlessly and ca refu lly,
o rd er or diseased. F o r good T he below prices speuk For them selves.
results use D r. K ilm er s S w a m p -R o o t th e great [
S E E U S A N D E N J O Y COMfORT.
kidney rem edy. At d r u g g ist* . S am ple b ottle by
m ail free, also pam phlet.
A d dress. D r. K ilm er & t ’o., B ingham ton. N . Y .
Full S «t o f T eeth
B r id g e W ork or T eeth W ith ou t
$ 5 .0 0
$ 3 .5 0 to $ 5 .0 0
Gold C row n s
...................................... $ 3 .5 0 to $ 5 .0 0
P orcelain C row n s .............................. $ 3 .5 0 to $ 5 .0 0
' .• 'I o r Port e l»in F tilin g s ............ ........
$1 I 'p
P la te n
Silver J ill nga
50c to $1
15 Y E A R S ’ G U A R A N T E E .
H ours. 8 A . M. to 8 P. M.. Sundays, 9 to 12.
Union Denta l C o .
P A IN L E oS
F irst snd M orrison Sts.
D E N T IS T S .
POR TLAN D . O K b.
Pahric Prom »wane.
The Russians are manufacturing a
fabric from the fiber of a filamentous
■ tone from the Siberian mines which
Is said to be of so durable a nature
that it is practically indestructible,
says Tit Bits T ie material la soft to
the touch and pliable in the etxreme,
The following Is a refreshing disin and when soiled has only to be placed
fectant for sick room or any room In a fire to be made absolutely clean.
having an unpleasant odor pervading
it: Put some fresh ground coffee in
M o n u m e n t to W in e M a k e r.
a saucer and in the center place a
Epernay, the center of the cham
small piece of camphor gum. which pagne country, has erected a monu
light with a match. As the gum burns ment In honor of the founder of Its
i allow enough coffee to consume with prosperity, tho Benedictine monk, Dom
i IL The perfume is pleasant and Perignon, 1638-1715, the Inventor of
healthful, being far superior to pas the process for the manufacture of
tlllea, and much cheaper.
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L o o k to th e f u t u r e .
Finish every day and be done with
it. You have done what you could.
Some blunders and absurdities no
doubt crept in; forget them as soon
as you can. Tomorrow la a new day;
begin it well and serenely, and with
too high a apirit to be cumbered with
your old nonsense — Emerson.
TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY
for Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes
and Granulated Eyelids. Murine Doesn’t
Smart— Soothes Eye Fain. Druggists
Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 2f»c,
Murine Eye Salve in
Aseptic Tubes, 25c, $1.00. Eye Books
and Eve Advice Eree by Mail.
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
Wanted the h ir e d M a n .
"Are you the owner of this place?”
asked the book agent. “ I am.“ re
piled Farmer Corntossel. “ Anything I
can do for you?" “ No. The chances
are that you are too hard-worked to
have time to read anything, and that
you haven’t any spare change, any
how. Let me talk to the hi£ d man."
K o w -Biute
is not a “ f o o d ”
it is a m e d i c i n e , and the
o n l y m e d i c i n e i n t h e w o r l d f o r c o w s only.
M a d e fo r t h e c o w a n d , a s its n a m e in d ic a t e s ,
a c o w cur*.. B a rr e n n e s s , re t a in e d a fte rb ir th ,
a b o r t io n , s c o u r s ,c a k e d u d d e r , a n d a ll s im ila r
a tfe ctio u s p o s it iv e ly a n d q u ic k ly c u r e d . N o
o n e w h o k e e p s c o w s , w h e t h e r m a n y o r f*Wj
c a n a ffo r d t o b e w it h o u t “ K o w - Kura. *
It is m a d e e s p e c ia lly t o k eep c o w s h e a lth y
O u r b o o k “ W h a t to D o W h e n Y o u r C o w s
A r e S ic k " se n t free A sk y o u r lo c a l d e a le r for
* ‘ K o w - K u r e , " o r s e n d t o th e m a n u fa ctu re r s .
D a ir y A s s o c ia t io n C o ., L y n d o n v llla , V t .
Thought It Odd.
"W hy did you shoot at me?" "Took
you for a deer.’’ “ Didn’t you see my
red coat?” “ Yes; and I thought It
odd that a deer should he wearing a
* * ..
V '. , *
If you ever doubt that you’re grow
F o r over fifty years Rh eumatism, Veil- i
* f ’ v
t i '1
lng old and sedate, you fathers, Just
; J i.
- ’I' ralgia, and other painful ailments have
been cured by Hninlius Wizar Oil. It i>
take the kids out into the woods and
a go od lionext remedy and you will not
W r it e f o r P r i c e s and S a m p l e
see the difference between yourself
regret having a bottle ready for use.
of today and yesterday.
TO LEARN TO DRIVE AND
R e c o rd P r is o n S e n te n c e .
You see them plunging about with
REPAIR A U T O M O B IL E S .
A German workman named Gauschy
whoops of Joy, and generally living
P O R T L A N D , 0R F .
has Just been released from the Jail
Thorough, practical and unlimit
ed course. We assist students to
at Muelhaueen after serving 45 years'
* ; W h o l e s a l e A s e n te ,
And you—well, when you try to sit
-ecure positions as chauffeurs,
Imprisonment for murder. This con
down your knees creak, and the
repairmen, etc. Write
•tltutea a record as regards a eontln
leaves beneath you don’t seem as
uoue term of Incarceration in mod
they once did.
Automobile School of Oregon
The Rayo Lamp is a high grade lamp, sold at a low price.
The golden sunshine filters through
216 AUrduato T hm I Ra..4a*
T hera are lamp»» that cost m ore, but tliere Is no b etter ¡ami» made at any
the trees; the rustle of small living
piiet*. Constructed o f solid b ra ss; nlck**| plated—easily kept idem
D e s ira to e L o c a lit y .
orna m enti!» any mon» In any house. T h e re ! s n othin* known to the art
things resounds through the woods;
o f lamp-mn king t ha t can add to the ▼« lue o f the R AY *) L am p as a ligh t-
"Is your suburbs healthful?” "No,
giv in g device. Kvery den ier everyw here.
If not a l yuurs. w rit« fo r
Bubonic Plague Spreads.
the perfume of rich ripening things
descriptive circu la r to the nearest agenev o f the
old chap, It ain’t. My wife lost her
ff>ats to you. and within you some
• STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated)
voice aa soon a* we moved out here,
Pekin.— A number of deaths from
thing is struggling to break loose.
and—" “ What's the price of the lot
bubonic plague have occurred in this
W E TEACH YOU TO FLY
You don’t know Just what It la, but
next to yours '"- -Cleveland
It hurts. You are too old now to run city since the first death from the
N o new thaorie* hut actual ha n dlin g
and whoop and carry on like those disease here was reported Saturday.
and flyina Mandat'd m achinaa. Ka.- y
to learn. T housand* o f dollar» to be
The Chinese Doctor
kids. It would be beneath your dig The legation staffs are quarantining
m a d « irivii.jr ex hibition Hiirhta at
faira. etc. W r.te fur full details.
nity, but something within you seems
T h is w on d a fu l man has
having been unable to agree on gen
niada r lifeu tu d y o f tha
calling to you, and your old body can’t
192'a T h ird S treet
eral flteasures for the entire legation.
• • "p ortion o f R oots,
den tintry on tb * P»< Iflc < oaat is ax«*r.ut»,d n**ra.
ierba and Burk», and
W h have b u ilt u p o n r rep utation on it
Y ou can
Advices from Chefu state that the ep I PORTI
in Mivinjr th<* world the
depan d on i/uol ty and can n ot g e t te ttar paini* --a
You want to yell and run—that is. idemic has been carried across the
ben e tit o f his svrviceo.
■^ork anVwhere, no m atter how m u ch y ou pay.
you believe you do, but it’s no use. Gulf of Pechill in junks and that 1 != —
iW e fln ln h plate a n i
M ercu ry, P o is o n s
brida* work fo r out-
Something is holding you hack.
there are grave fears that it will
o f - town matrona in
or brutes Used. No
«•n* day ff dam red.
So there you sit and watch the extend throughout Northern China
Which Proves It.
r .-ia ^ A
o p e r a t io n * o r ( utting
I'ainla.M ox tra rt___
children playing, and their happiness and Corea.
jfr* « w h e n p at*** or
"A girl of twenty is ever so much
C u a ra ! toes to c u r « G «ta rrh . A sth m a , I.una.
jbridai* work 1 » ordar*
Is as once yours was.
S ’ o n ia c h a n d K idney troub les, and all P riv e t«
older than a boy of the same age."
Uirt.-a.Hi -t o f M n and W om en.
Vote Buying Confession.
And It makes the heart ache to
| Wolsr Crowns $ 5 . 0
"Sure, I know a girl of twenty wnos©
A SURE CANCER CURE
think of It—some day they will he
226 Brldgs Te«th4.0
Danville, 111.— Election corruption family Bible shows she was born in
J u st receiv ed from P ekin , China »a fe , sura
a n d reliable. I ' i lilinR in it» w orks.
even as you—longing to break, loose
and bribery which is declared to have 1S8Q.”
| En«mel Fillinfs 1 . 0 0
I f you cannot rati w rite fo r sy m p tom blank
into Joy born of the autumn, but held
During fifty years, four generations
and circu la r. In close 4 c e n ts in stum ps.
back. Held back by something v^at been rampant for years in "Uncle
I Good Rubber
o f shooters have sworn by the “ old
I Joe" Cannon's bailiwick. Vermillion
we call old age.
Best R«dRubb«r _
county, promises to be bared to the
Gee Wo Medicine Co.
yellow Shells“ — UMC NEW CLUBS.
grand jury investigating a statement
1 6 2 '; Eirst St., c o r . M o r riso n , P o rtla n d , O r.
OR W A. WISt. PMneisr i * i Mrasais P«'"I«SS Estr’t en 50
Fame at Last.
They have never been
ItTtSlMMS M MSUMI
O U T M IT H O O S
, ,,1Iirr„ nT-, IIIlk Stomach anti used all kinds of medicines. A l l IS w TSiSS
o r k fu lly r u a r n n t e e d f o r flftee-n y ears.
"Whatever Is the matter, Percy ?" i attorney in which he
V confessed -buy
y c ’' Mv'tonguo ha» been actually as green as
found wanting where, wary,
asked the poet’s wife, “ why are you
attorney in his statement says
wr. t , , nRo a frlrn,l rscomm.-mM C a v .r .t.
tearing your hair so?”
hard-to-kill game is concerned.
P ain less D en tists
M w ilh ^ ^ n d
" O , Scribbler’s Magazine has B ent :' “ l>t records o f the names o f the
BullSing. Third and Washington PORTLAND, ORE,
vote sellers and the amounts given cheerfully say that they have entirely Fading
Misfires are never thought of
me an acceptance for a poem !"
Cfflo« Soars: I A M. to S f k
Saailajs. • t* 1
“ Why, that’s grand! You have been j them but this record, he said, he cured me. I therefore let you know that I
with these old reliable, hard
trying to sell them something for so
ing from such troubles.” Clins. H Hal-
pern. 114 E. 7 th St., New York, N Y.
New Shipping Law Prohibitive.
"W ell, pet haps It Is, but I find the
Plaasant. Patatabla. Potant. T ost« Good.
A imokelees p ow der shell equally popular in
London.— Asserting that owners of
Do G ood N evar Stekwn W eaken o r G rip«.
e . t m * 3 j * 3 >50 & »4 S H O E S ; OR
sonnet I meant to send them Is right
10c. ¿be. 60c. N e r «r «old in bulk. T * « »a n
its chxs is the N I T R O C L U B Steel Lined
C C C. Guaran t*«d ta
M o v e A h o c s 1 2 0 0 $ 2 . s o a n d $ 3 oo
B e s t in THc W o r l d .
cure or your m oney back.
vas the backing sheet that I’ ve been their vessels to sea in time of war
ir i riHtlU ta k e you in to m y lart^a lactorl«*« nt llp ir k l
Shell. T h e pow der charge protected by the
ami -how von h* • vr r Href ally VV I I >• > ii »I his iliot-s nr** ma«la, I ii« - it | •«trior
using on my typewriter for the last ! if parliament ratifies the “ declaration
work in 4«»k p hih ! lb « high gnul«* le»th**r« iimb I. Ton w o u ld then under.
steel lining guarantees a uniform load when
*t Ifni \riiy D o II mt f«sr ifo llu r I G un run tee My s h o e « to h •! rfteir
of London," an agreement adopted
iln p e . lo.>k tn<l fit better ana «••»«!■ longer than any other $.<.00, $3..70 or,
hunting under the most severe weather
two years ago by the chief naval
$4 ¿0 «hoe» yon >' hii buy.
D o yeti real I re t h a t m y «h o e * hare been the stH«d«rd for orer 30
y e » r * ; that ( make and Rail more * . no
ttml $4.00 «hoc« than
TI»hit« P o titi»«1 / Cure«.
Brood mares ahouJd, of oourie, t>e came out in opposition to sanction
«the* naattfooturer in the- Umted M it r e ?
^ F l
Unir «affiorired «eelcr la-
ing the plan. Lloyds asserts that If
"Gam* Lmw$ 1919" mml*i frf.
i« :it y e-iqiit". It !• •- m ade \V I..
well sheltered both In summer and
•tltute In O r»«on . W rit«
1 a * «ho«« • kou-ahold word ererywhei
the declaration is finally conflrmeed
t o t 111 «et reta« • Iroalar.
winter, but not to the exclusion of and accepted the war risk on mer- j "
ET INITITIITI, 71 L U TU I .
THE UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY
• w ft. if W f. Danila* T A g r M O Q l l
I H H L I*V/ » V#
plenty of sunlight, fresh air and exer-
C£R , else. Handle them carefnlly and feed chantmen will be prohibitive.
P o r t l a n d , o r e g o
SMOKELESS POWDfR A«“ cr : 299
Intelligently. Glee the mare a mini- j
Refugees Flee From Harbin,
jmutn of corn and a maximum of pro.; Ka1am rh (.ns TzP China— Plague
They Never Come Beck.
tein-bearlng feed, aueh aa oata, bran [ rpfns,pps , rom Harl.ln are arriving
"Four tilings come not back to a
man or tornili: the sped arrow; tho
name I and alfalfa. When she Is not working. hprp in KrPat „„„ib e r s.
; let her have the run of a paature or , ;l|itleR Increase dally. The Japan,- <e C olor m ore g o o d s brighter and faster c o lo re then any other dye. One 10c package colors silk, w o o l and cotton egually w*U
spoken word, the past life: and tho
j lot, with an open shed to protect hgv j ;tre erecting plague camps capable ene Is g usran tssd to g iv e p erfect r esu lt* A.
tier, nr w s w ill send postpaid at 10 c a package W rite lor free to o S lst
i you need a rem*
neglected opportunity."— “ Tho Oreat
h e w to dye, b .s .c n s o d b u s co lo r*
MONROK DRUG C JM rA N T , Quincy, U lw «la
i 0f containing loot).
; o u c h 8 •-*» c o g o l i from heat or sudden storms.
YOUNG MEN WANTED
? Sig.& ichel &Co.
C. Gee Wo
Wise Dental Co., me.
K ê e te y
D O U G L A S
▲iiiuieu" hi Haud Diver.