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POULTRY —— ■
and Dairy Produce
of all kinds wanted.
W rite for our
New Railroad to Coos
Bay Now Seems Sure
Trium ph» of American Medicine.
In 1914 m edical science will save
570.000 lives in the United S tates, as
a result of the progress th a t m edicine
has m ade in 24 years. Applying to
the whole country the death ra te th at
obtained in 1890 this year would w it
ness the death of 1,960,000 people. Ap
plying the death rate of 1912 the total
num ber of deaths will approxim ate 1,-
390.000 people. Enough people to pop
ulate a city like Baltim ore will be
saved in a single year by the progress
of medical science. The whole world
was stirred to the core when th e T i
tanic went down, and yet the toll of
500 T itanics would not be as g re at as
the num ber of lives saved in a single
year by medical science, com paring
1890 with 1912.—W ashington Post.
Portland The w ar scare in Europe
tra c t of Douglas fir near Sutherlin. and the higher prices in the foreign
The contract for the grading of this m arkets was the cause of a consider- j
A STRONG STOMACH
section will be let next week.
able flurry in the N orthw estern w heat
F ifteen surveyors are now working m arkets. Several buyers jum ped into
running a line through the Cascade the m arket and by raising th e ir bids
found a good m any farm ers w illing to
Officers and directors of the com let go.
It is not known how much
It is impossible for you
pany will l»e elected next month.
w heat changed hands, but the q u antity
The announcement th a t the railroad j was considerable.
The buying was Communications Cut O ff Retu'een
to be strong and robust—
Countries , Trains Halt and
would be realized also
practically on the basis of 79 to 80 cents for club.
to be able ‘‘to win,” if
assured Sutherlin of two new sawm ills | Local b u tte r prices were advanced 2
you do not possess these
and a box factory, construction of 1 cents to the 30-cent basis for prints.
which will s ta rt a t once.
All the cream eries did not join in the
three essentials; but there
The incorporators of the new ra il advance, but the new price may be
M ig h t Repeal H is Lea rning.
is a splendid opportunity,
road are George H. Glynn, Charles A. general th is week. A t the sam e tim e,
In the old days, when oral exam ina
with the assistance of
S tark and C harles E. Lemon, all of some of the city cream eries raised of m inisters held a t Peterhof, a ccord-1 tions were still the thing, an exam in
ing to a St. Petersburg dispatch to the
th eir buying price of b u tte r fa t to 29 Tim es, was confronted Saturday night ing board was pommeling an appli
can t with questions from Blackstone,
cents. T here has been a seasonable
Lil era! Term s W rite for our Proposition.
w ith a modified situation, resulting K ent and other legal lights.
L 'ery th n g for the Orchard. Kami. Carden
assurances by the Germ an a m - j “ I didn’t study anything about these
j same tim e an increase in the demand from
m essages ex fellows,” complained the applicant.
YAKIMA AND COLUMBIA RIVER NURSERY CO.
for b u tte r is reported.
NÜRTH YAKIMA, WASH.
“ W hat did you study?” asked one
changed between the Russian emperor,
Several sales of 1913 hops w ere re the Germ an em peror and K ing George. of the judges.
YAKIMA CKOHN i i the BEST GUARANTEE
“ 1 studied the statutes of the sta te ,”
to restore these organs to
The impression among the m inisters,
ported, the first business of this kind
a normal condition and
the dispatch adds, is th a t Germ any is he replied. “ I studied them hard. Ask
R. R. Graves, professor of D airying,
When corn is frosted before it has
disposed to bring influences to bear up show you. T hat is where I got my
thus promote health and
DAISY FLY KILLER B r i i T E ii S Oregon A gricultural college, sta te s reached the desirable stage of m atur
on A ustria to resum e diplom atic con legal knowledge.”
flics. Neat, clean, or th a t corn is the principal silage crop ity, it should be put into the silo at lot a t H ubbard changed hands a t 12
“ My young friend,” said one austere
cheap. L a s ts a ll
because it will produce more food m a once. If left standing in the field for cents. T here was a rum or th a t two the other European powers, and there judge on the exam ining board, “you
s e a s o n . M.„le of
metal, can’tsp 11 or tip terials to the acre than other crops; any length of tim e a fte r frosting, w a
would b e tte r be very careful, for some
seems some hope of a compromise.
over ; will n.t s lor
H a W o u l d F i n d Out.
is easier to harvest and put into the te r should be added to replace th a t lost am ounting to 1400 bales and the other
Inj ure anything.
day the legislature m ight m eet and
H enry Irving, in his early days, once
silo than such crops as clover, oats and by evaporation. Very dry corn put in
repeal everything you know.”—Nor
Bold by dealer», or
played a p a rt which in the first act
6 sent Ly rjyrc»»pre
vetch, and oats and peas; it m akes a to the silo w ithout adding w ater is reported a t 14 cents, and the deal was giving the fa in test hope of a verting a folk Ledger-Dispatch.
paid for $1.
called for a dark Btage. In this d ark
said to have been negotiated a t Lon
cleaner-flavored, more palatable silage likely to mold, or “ fire-fang.”
KAMQLD bOMLKd. 100 D eJU lb
B rooklyn. M. t
he fought with an old earl, threw
S u n l i g h t In t e n si f ie d
than other crops and it packs well and
W here possible, it is advisable to don. No business is passing in the
him heavily and, when he did not rise
F irs t— R ussia and A ustria are en
contains the proper amount of sugar cure legumes for hay and grow corn
Desert Sand unrelieved by Foliage. Winds a fte r the loud thud of his fall, Irving
There was a heavy supply of nearly gaged again in direct negotiations.
f i t k n i f LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED to produce the proper amount of acid for silage, but it often happens in
Second — Roth G reat B ritain and ami Mineral Laden, Poisonous Dust, all would cry out:
I I I / l l .M
hr Cutter's Blackleg Pill». Low-
“G reat heavens!
W hat have I
1 / M r i V 1 » . priced, fresh, roll.,: I - preferred by for the best preservation and for the W estern Oregon th a t the w eather con
France are using th e ir utm ost endeav bring Eye Troubles in their wake—Granu
Western stockmen because they pro
lated Eyelids, Red, Itching, Burning, Tired done?”
ditions are unfavorable for curing hay business was brisk.
tect where other vaoclnoi fail. best quality of silage.
ors in favor of peace.
the part in a
Write for booklet and testimonials.
Corn should preferably be cut for a t the tim e when the crop is ready to
On the other hand, Russia has or Eve Pain. Reliable Relief is found in sm all English town. A stage hand
10-dose pkge. Blacking Pills $1.00
In th is case, the crop may be 25 to 60 cents, according to quality.
silage when the kernels are past the cut.
50-dose pkge. Blackleg Pills 4.00
was very much im pressed with the
C'se any lnleotor. tut Cutter's be t
W heat — Track prices: Club, 790/
If you Wear Glasses, Try Murine. Doesn’t
Tne superiority of Cutter products Is due to over 15 milk stage and are glazed and dented put into the silo and if cut a t the right
you is of specializing in vaocines and serums only.
'•'mart. Feels Fine. Acts Quickly. Is an play and to him the scenes quickly
and the lower leaves of the p lant are stage and e x tra care is taken to pack 80c per bushel; forty-fold, 80(i/81c;
Insist on Cutter's. If unobtainable, order direct.
Eye Tonic compounded by Oculists—not a became real. So th a t w hen Irving
THE CUTTER LABORATORY. Berkeley. California. turning brown.
Resides m aking a the silage thoroughly, a very palatable bluestem , 83c; red Russian, 78c; T ur
Patent Medicine”—but used in successful reached the climax, felled the old earl
more acid silage, im m ature corn is not feed will be had. Owing to the high
Physicians’ Practice for many years. Now to the ground and spoke the line,
so nutritious as more m ature corn. protein content of legum e silage, it is
“G reat heavens! W hat, have I done?”
dedicated to the Public and sold at
H e re a n d Hereafter.
50c Per Bottle. Murine Eye Salve in he was startled to h e ar the stage hand
The New York experim ent station difficult to keep. This can be over shorts, $266/26.50; m iddlings, $31.
Aseptic Tubes, 25c and 50c. Sold by say in a loud voice:
T he T atler tells the story of an old found th a t corn in the silk stage con come largely by adding to the legume
O ats — No. 1 w hite m illing, $22.50
Druggists. For Books, write to Murine
Scotchm an whose w it w as edged with tained 890 per cent more dry m a tte r crops such as rye, which contains suffi per ton.
“S trike a m atch and we ll have a
Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
pessim ism . One m orning he m et at
look.”—New York Globe.
B arley—Feed, $21 per ton; brew
her gate a neighbor whose husband
K i n d n e s s in L i t t l e T h i n g s .
per cent more in th e m ilk stage than ! of enough acid to prevent the protein ing, $22; rolled, $23.50.
was seriously ill.
Hay — Old tim othy, $16(«il7; new
Senator Cummins was talking about
“And boo’s yer husband this m orn in the silked stage, and 55 per cent content of the legum e from decaying.
a notorious interlocking director.
ing. Mrs. T am son?” he asked, solicit more in the glazed stag e than in the The rye should be m ixed w ith the leg crop tim othy, 136815; g rain hay, $10;
“T his interlocking director,” he
Im m ature corn is poor ume in the proportion of tw o-thirds a lfalfa, $12.
said, "declares th a t if we curb his AND GET BETTER COEFEE
“Oh, h e ’s awful bad! The doctor food w hether fed green or put into silo. | legum e and one-third rye.
Corn— W hole, $35 per to n ; cracked,
activities the poor will suffer terribly.
said his tem perature has gone to 150.“
Beautiful Cup and Saucer Free
I ask myself, though, is ho really
“ Nae, nae, you’ve m ade a m istake!
C attle — P rim e steers, $7 (a) 7.50;
w ith every 5-pound purchase.
Jackson County Fair
speaking on behalf of the poor or on
Sandy’s tem perature could never be Naturalist Says Flies
choice, 6.750/7; m edium , $6.250/6.50;
his own behalf.
as m uckle as 150—a t least, not in this
Five Pounds of the Great
Will Swarm Next Week
Set tor September 9 to 12 choice cows, $60/6.35; medium, $5.50
“ He reminds me of a m an who
w orld,” he added as an afterthought.
stopped in terrific indignation a t sight
— Youth’s Companion.
Medford—G reat preparations have
Eugene—On or about A ugust 9, the
$60/8.25; bulls, $30/5; stags, $4.500/6.
of a group of boys stoning a bird
swallows will leave Oregon. Then look been made for the Jackson County
Hogs— L ight, $801.8.95; heavy, $70/
th a t was tied to a tree by the leg.
“ ‘You scoundrels!
Fresh Roasted Coffee for $1.44.
Mrs. Nextdoor—I suppose your out for files. This is the prediction of F air, which will tak e place here Sep 7.95.
scoundrels!' cried the man.
Prepaid by Parcel Post. Order
Sheep — W ethers, $10/4.75; ewes,
Dr. C. F. Hodge, the n a tu ra list a t the tem ber 9 to 12, inclusive.
daughter is happily m arried?
Mrs. Nags by—Indeed, she is. Why, university of Oregon, who has spent
Special efforts are being m ade to ob $3.25 0/ 4.25;
hand and placed It in his bosom ten
her husband is actually afraid to open more than a year in th e sta te studying
PACIFIC COAST COFFEE CO.
ids mouth in h e r presence.—Princeton biological conditions and th eir effect
Hops — 1913 crop, 120rl4c; 1914
“The next day a t the office he was
Prem ium s offered for fru it and stock contracts, nominal.
upon living conditions in Oregon.
heard to rem ark w ith a chuckle:
Wool—Valley, 18(6/20(c per pound;
Dr. Hodge’s students are conducting total $2500. One exhibit, which is to
“ ‘By gosh, you know, broiled robin
Jude Jo h n so n 's Surrender.
a fly census or survey of the city of be sent"to the Panam a-Pacific exposi E astern Oregon, 166/20(e; m ohair,
on toast isn’t half b a d !’ ”—A tlanta
A S u c c e s s f u l D ay .
Jude Johnson was overcom e by the Eugene, which is the only place in the tion, will be made up of more than 500 1914 clip, 27(c.
“ Well, I guess I’ll have to congratu
heat this afternoon while working in sta te in which an anti-fly sanitation products taken from one farm , th a t of
Cascara bark—Old and new, 4 (c per
late you for sure,” said the proprietor
his garden, and has turned over all of cam paign has been conducted or for I). M. Lowe, of Ashland.
T H IN K O F T H E M IL L IO N S
It will in pound.
of the place as the sum m er boarder
hla gard«n l i t o m t i to h ii wife.
th a t have been relieved in the past 75 closed the gate.
V egetables — Cucumbers, 75c per
second sum m er of Dr. Hodge’s work, ties of fru it, 30 varieties of grains
“On w liat?”
years by W right’s Indian Vegetable
Eugene has been so nearly flyless th a t never before grown in the United sack; eggplant, 15c per pound; pep
“On your luck as a fisherm an.”
A S a d Case.
O rders S ta te of W ar in Germany.
“ Why, I haven’t had any luck. I
pers, 10@ 12(c; radishes, 15@17(e per
“ I suppose your baby sister cries the city health officer fe lt able to sta te States, and many other products.
w orth a trial. They regulate the didn’t catch a fish.”
Space is to be allotted for exhibits dozen; head lettuce, $1.75 per c rate;
now and th en ? ” asked one of the th a t th ere was scarcely enough breed
“ I w asn’t talk in ’ ’bout fish. I w ss
ing stock left to supply Eugene w ith of unnamed fru its.
Growers are be artichokes, $1 per dozen; tom atoes, 60 many has declared a sta te of siege, bowels, stim ulate the liver and purify
talkin’ about th at fancy pole and reel
“ C ries!” said Mary. “Why, she just w ith flies next year. This Dr. Hodge ing urged to bring in fru its of this 0 /65c per c ra te ; spinach, 5 0 /7 c p e r which is undoubtedly a prelude, if it the blood. Adv.
brought along. W hen you started
seem s to look on the dark side of believes is too strong a statem ent. He character and subm it them for expert pound; rhubarb, 2 0 /3c; cabbage, 1(0/ does not cover, m obilization.
out this m ornin’ 1 was powerful afraid
things all the tim e !”— Exchange.
France has not y et mobilized, but
says the preventative work has been j exam ination. V arieties exhibited will 2c; peas, 507 6c; beans, 40/6c; corn,
O b s e r v i n g the Rule.
somebody would take ’em away from
cabinet councils, which sa t until late
“Bobbie, why did you take your lit you.”—W ashington Star.
good enough to have
considerable be named by com petent fru it men. $1.350/1.50 per crate.
YOU R OWN D R U G G I S T WII.L TELL YOU effect w ith the help of the swallows, The exhibition of other va rie tie s of
tle siste r’s candy and eat it? Why
T ry M u rin e E y e R em ed y for R ed. W eak. W atery
Green F ru its—Apples, old, $10/1.50 m oratorium and taking other action didn’t you ask her if you could have
W onder W hat She Meant?
E y e s a n d (>ranula.ted E y e lid s ; N o Sm art lu g — which are the busiest fly catchers, but fru it than those listed also is invited,
J u st.K y e C om fort. W rite fo r Book o f th e Kyi* th a t when they leave there has got to
new, 75c@$1.50; apricots, 75c0/ which could only be determ ined upon It?”
“ Fred, do you rem em ber where you
by m a il F r e e . M u rin e E y e R em ed y Co., C h icago.
were in 1910?” asked the bride of a
be a more thorough cleaning up or old be awarded.
A speed program will $1.25; cantaloupes, $1.750/2 per c rate; the eve of war.
I couldn’t.”—Boston T ranscript.
fly conditions will be repeated.
take place Septem ber 10, 11 and 12. peaches, 250i 75c per b o x ; plums, 75c French arm y is being virtu ally mobil
J u s t So.
“Why, no, dear, I don’t rem em ber
N ineteen other c ities sta rte d a n ti The purses for the various events total (a $1.50; w aterm elons, lJOYlJc Per ized.
T here was a young woman of W or
“Why do you call yourself a ton- fly work this year but none o f them $2400.
replied the- young husband.
casabas, $2.50 per dozen;
A circum stantial, though as yet un
In addition to the racing, pound;
sorial a rtis t? ”
hy do you ask ? ”
pears, $2 per box; blackberries, 750/ confirmed report, published in Rome, Who won much fam e as a borcester.
“It’s this way,” explained the bar
“Why, I was reading today in the
W hen asked why such praise
90c per c ra te ; grapes, $20/2.25.
says th a t Germ any is about to demand
Dr. Hodge believes, how show will be a ttractions.
ber. And then he w ent on to illustrate Eugene.
paper th a t it is said th a t in 1910 one
Always filled all her lays.
P otatoes—-Oregon, new, l j c pound. from both R ussia and France the im
ever, th a t the educational work has
with a few cuts.— Pittsburg Post.
In every 800 in the United
Eggs — F resh Oregon ranch, case m ediate cessation of m obilization. Said: “A chicken can crow like a S tates was in prison.”
been sufficient to furnish a good basis
count, 236/ 23(c per dozen; candled, 26 Y et another rum or has it th a t the Ger
for satisfacto ry elim ination next year.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not
man am bassador has
ma-Pacific Seems Sure 0/ 27c.
A fter 33 years of continuous service
stain the hands.
Poultry — Hens, 140015c per pound; French governm ent of his departure.
Missing Sheepman Dead.
as a tru stee of Columbia U niversity,
Salem — T hat W illam ette valley springs, 160/17c; turkeys, 20c; d ress
Low has resigned. For 10 years
Lakeview —The body of W illiam K. products will be well represented a t
T he school th at g e ts you a
ed, choice, 25c; ducks,
10 08 11c; not officially, mobilized, and the sm all of this period, from 1890 to 1900, Mr.
W henever we see a man who w ears Barry, G5 years old, a prom inent the Panam a-Pacific exposition was geese, 10c.
e r European states, as a precaution, Low was president of the university.
a big, flashy diamond ring we expect sheepman of Lakeview, was discovered assured a t a m eeting of the W illam
B u tter— Cream ery prints, e x tra , 27( have ordered the m obilizatoion of th eir
to h ear him say “them kind” and “has Thursday by a searching party. Mr. e tte Valley Exposition association. 0830c per pound; cubes, 210824c.
arm ies — Belgium, Holland and Sw itz
FR EE INFORMATION I OLDEST
w ent.”—Chicago Record-Herald.
Barry, who had large holdings in Members reported th a t much headway
erland, to protect th e ir te rrito ry from
Pork— Block, 110/ l l ( c per pound.
W a s h in g to n and 10 th S ts . I
seeds into pulp, form ing it in loaves,
sheep, w ent to the camp a few days had been m ade in th e ir sections to
being used as a highway fo r the bel baking them in the sun and then sto r
V eal—Fancy, 13(0/ 14c per pound.
ward obtaining exhibits and th a t the
ligerents; Norway, Sweden and Den ing them away for future use.
DON’T SUTTER WITH ITCHING
L ater his driving team was people w ere deeply interested in m ak
mark to guard them selves on general
A V a in Hope.
My, w hat relief!—The m oment res-
H e’s aw ay on his vacation.
“ W hat are you saving all your
inol ointm ent touches any itching skin,
T hat most im portant man.
money for?” asked the man who
the itching stops and healing begins. friends sent a p arty to search for the ploitation of the sta te com m ittee, an last being compelled to yield to the Noted Socialist Leader
Funny how the shop keeps open,
doesn’t h esitate to ask questions.
W ith the aid of resinol soap, it quickly m issing man. He was found near the nounced th a t he had made arrange dim inished supply of cream and the |
W ithout his brain to plan!
“ I w ant to become Independent,” re
Is Slain in Restaurant
rem oves all trace of eczema, rash, tet camp. Indications w ere th a t he was m ents for the construction of booths so conditions th a t have long prevailed in
plied tin? conscientious citizen, "so
ter, ringworm , pimples or o ther ugly, killed b y lightning.
th a t all p a rts of the sta te would have other large d istrib u tin g centers.
P aris—Jean Leon Juares, the noted
th a t 1 can serve my fellow men w ith
torm enting eruption, and leaves the
plenty of space.
T here has been considerable cheap Socialist leader, was assassinated S at receive the girl of his choice only she out thought of com pensation.’’
objects to going into the hands of a
skin clear and healthy. It is equally
“ Nonsense! If you ever get th at
urday night when dining in a small res receiver.
Agent of Capital Leaves.
effective for sunburn, insect bites,
N. E. B ritt, cubes being offered, but w ithout sale, tau ra n t near the bourse.
much money your fellow men will
sores, boils, burns, red, rough hands,
N orth Rend—W. J. W ilsey, of P o rt Sarff, M cM innville;
you with fierce suspicion as a
dandruff and falling hair.
sin was arrested, but refused to dis
T hat shooting of police by police in
land, who represents E nglish, Scottish
You need never hesitate to use res and French capital, le ft here T hurs H. G. Campbell, D allas; C. A. Mur serves but th e one purpose of dem or close his identity. L ater he was iden Chicago was uneventful. They didn’t representative of big business.”—
W ashington Star.
inol. It is a doctor’s prescription that day a fte r a tw o d a y s’ v isit, being phy, C orvallis; Chris Myhre, Junction alizing the m arket w ithout accom tified as Raoul Villain, 29 years old, hit a single innocent bystander.
has been used by o ther physicians for
C ity; C. H. S tew art, A lbany; E. C. plishing any perceptible price changes. | and said to be the son o f a clerk of
H e r W e a k Point.
Ice men are threatened with arrest.
the past 19 years in the treatm ent of
Roberts, L ebanon; L. D. Pettyjohn, The fa ilu re of the cream supply has the civil court a t Rheims.
“ Had to get rid of my stenogra
m ost sorts of skin affection. Unlike had intended to buy.
But the charges will probably melt
The m inister of the interior, Louis Rw&y before they get into court.
Absence of owners and unprepared
m any o th er rem edies, it contains abso
O. E. F rey tag , Oregon City.
look for n e x t week, w ith still fu rth e r Malvy, on learning of the crim e, left
“ W asn’t she speedy enough at dic
lutely nothing th a t could injure the ness on the p a rt of others is the chief
the m eeting of the council and ordered
tenderest skin. Resinol ointm ent and cause of Mr. W ilsey’s sudden d e p a rt
P resident W ilson was downed by a tation ?”
Fires Raging Near Baker.
"Y es; but it took h e r all day to
resinol soap a re sold by all druggists. ure.
The bulk o f egg sales w ere evenly precautions to be taken to prevent dinner. Even old man H uerta bit off
Some of the deals Mr. W ilsey
m ore than he could swallow.
Look out for w orthless Im itations.— had in m ind w ere of v ita l in te rest to
sharpen a lead pencil.”— Dallas News.
B aker — F orest fires are reported divided betw een the 29c and 30c levels, dem onstrations.
M. Ja u res was seated a t a table near
hundreds of people here and g re at dis from the B urnt R iver section and from but jobbers w ere slow about pushing
appointm ent prevails th a t the Kinney the E lkhorn m ountains, to the w est of the extrem e top, fearful o f c u ttin g off an open window, facing the Rue Mont
T h e Retort Courteous.
Should the m ark e t rise m artre, ch attin g w ith several Socialist |
e state was not ready for his atten tio n . Baker. F orest Supervisor Palm er is th e trade.
Dr. Oliver W. Holmes was sm all ir
about 30c a t th is tim e, it is believed deputies and the editors of the l ’Hu-
out w ith a force of men fighting the
stature. Upon one occasion he was
th e demand would fall so fa r th a t a m anite. As though by prearrange-1
Show Samples Gathered.
present at a m eeting which happened
flames, which have not gained much
m ent, the curtain covering the window j
surplus would be shown.
to be attended by a num ber of verj
Oregon City — The work of p re p ar headway. In the Elk Horn3 the fire
large men, thus m aking his diminu ing the fru its and g rains for th e San is e atin g into valuable green tim ber, I H eavy sp rin g chickens w ill be lower was lightly brushed aside and a hand, :
th ru st >
tive size ra th e r conspicuous in con Francisco exposition to represent the but in the B urnt R iver section nothing i next week.
trast. One of these m en—doubtless W illam ette valley is progressing ra p except second-growth and small trees | Eggs — Select ranch, 29(0 30c per through.
Before M. Jaures could move he re
wishing to m ake him feel a t ease—
dozen; Chinese, 18c; local A prils, 26
idly. O. E. F reytag, publicity di are endangered a t present. No reports I (a 28c.
cam e up to him and said:
ceived two bullets in the head.
“W ell, Dr. Holmes, I should think ; rector of the Oregon City Commercial have been received of any farm houses
Dressed B eef — Prim e b e ef steers,
you would feel ra th e r sm all among j club, is in charge. Dozens of ja rs of being destroyed, although
1 2 (0 /13c per pound; cows, 12c; h eif
A ll Dispatches Refused.
fru its and small vegetables are pre ranches are in the d istrict.
a ll these fellows.”
Berlin — All dispatches refused by
“ I do.” replied the doctor. “I feel pared and the grain is being dried out.
Poultry — Hens, 150/17c per pound; the authorities as objectionable are
like a 3-cent piece am ong a lot of W heat, oats, several varieties of hay
Roseburg Out for War.
squabs, $2.500/3 per dozen; 1914 broil
pennies.”—New York Globe.
and many other grain s are in the col
R oseburg - “ Railroad D ay” was ob-J ers, live, 190/25c; per pound; duck now being returned to the senders, and
lection. One sam ple of w heat m eas served in Roseburg to prevail on j
a rigid censorship on telegram s to all
lings, 140815c; old ducks, live, 130/.
ures nearly eight feet.
parts of the world has been put into
voters of the city to sign the in itia- [ 14c; geese, live, 150/ 16c.
operation. Official confirmation of the
tiv e p etitions authorizing an amend-1
B u tter— W ashington cream ery firsts,
First Seed Wheat Sold.
m ent to the ch arter of Roseburg and cubes, 28c per pound; do. bricks, 29c; reported blowing up by Russian troops
T o n m a n y p e o p le nre m ie t i b y th e s h o r te s t P e r h a p s hi* th in k s h * !* t e l l in g th « tr u th ,
to th»* b a rgain en d o f a d o lla r .
For hut h e h a s o n e e y e on th e r u sh r e g ister a n “*
Baker—The first w heat of the sea providing for the issuance of railroad c ity cream ery, bricks, 29c; Oregon, of the railroad bridge betw een Gran- r th o u a t te reason
th ey te m p t a clerk to Blip th e m
t ’o th e r on t h e e x tr a p ro fit.
I n s is t tin»
ica, Russian Poland, and Szozakova and
The j 28c; jobbing basis, 25(0626(c.
son was sold by J . H. Myers, when he bonds in th e sum of 1500,000.
S. M. S.
It la y o u r o n ly s a fe g u a r d again. .
Galicia, on the railroad from W arsaw
th e c h e a p m in eral s tu ff t h a t c a n bo put up
brought in 300 bsuhels of the T urkey election will be held in Roesburg Oc
in a n y c e lla r by th e a p p r e n tic e .
It m ay b« necessary for you to take a
to Vienna, was received here. Crown
red variety from the m achine and dis tober 5. The bonds are to be sold to j Dressed Hogs — W hole,
T h e r e Is n o t a m ed ic in e for a n y p u rp ose
position tom orrow. Are you ready? Our
Prince Frederick W illiam of Germany
mt*re c a r e f u lly m a d e th a n S. S. S.
train in g w ill At you for bu sin ess if«.
posed of it to a seed company for 70 a bond house or corporation, but not house, 13c per pound.
r i n t s th e h ig h e s t ty p e o f m ed ic in e .
cents a bushel. The w heat was of the
CO URSES IN
m ed ic a l p rop erth -s a r e Just a s e s se n tia l t.>
Dressed S pring Lam b — 13c per
F irst Division of the Im perial Guards.
w e ll b a la n c e d h e a lth , i f th e blood be s ic k ,
finest quality and brought the top price Marshfield is completed and in opera pound.
a s a r e th e n o u r is h in g e le m e n ts o f m ea ts,
of the m arket. H arvest is now on in tion will the money be turned over to
era Ins, f a t s a n d s u g a r s o f ou r d a ily food.
Dressed M utton— 100/l i e per pound.
S. H. S. is p r e p a r e d d ir e c t from n a tiv e
Japan to Hold Off to Last.
full blast in Baker county and about builders of the road.
Beets— New, $1.50 per sack.
b o ta n ic a l m a te r ia l.
N o t a drop o f drug i
50,000 bushels of early w heat will be
San Francisco— “ Jap an will be the
N o t a drop o f m in e r a ls Is u sed .
Cabbage— I-ocal, $2 per cwt.
T h is la o n e o f th e m o st im p o r ta n t thin«.»
on the m arket in a few weeks.
Auto Trade Shows Cain.
Com —G reen, local. $1.250/1.50 per last nation to enter the vortex th a t is
to k n o w nnd to rem em b er w h en you r blood
n eeds a t te n t io n .
Salem —T h at the autom obile busi box of 6 to 8 dozen.; $2.250/ 2.50 per now threaten in g E urope,” said Y.
It Is th e m o st e ffe c tiv e , th e p u r e st, th e
Numano, Japanese consul general at
Astoria Salmon Catch Good.
ness is m aking large gains in Oregon sack.
q u ic k e st a n d m o st r e lia b le m ed ic in e know n
B U S I N E S S C O LLEG E.
San Francisco, a t a luncheon given by
for p o is o n e d b lood, r h e u m a tism , c a ta r r h a l
C arrots— Local, $1.50 per sack.
A storia — The catch of salmon in is reflected by a report issued by Sec
in fe c tio n , m a la r ia , sk in d is e a s e , o b i aonvi
I. M Walker. Pré«.
P o r tla n d , O re g o n
Cauliflower— Local, $1011.25 dozen. officials of the Panam a-Pacific exposi
the section of the riv e r close to the re ta ry of S ta te Olcott, which shows
and a ll afflic tio n s th a t s h o w In th « blood,
tion in honor of H aruki Yam awaki,
skin. J o in ts an d m u scle s.
WE CUARAOTEI POSmDRS TO A ll OUR GRADUATES.
Celery Local, 75c08$l per dozen.
bar was good th is week. In fact, the th a t $72,646 has been received as fees
An I n te r e s tin g book on th e blood fi
Japanese commissioner general to the
best for several weeks.
Several fish for autom obiles, motorcycles, chauf
P eas—Local, Telephone, 40/6c lb.
m a ile d to th o se w h o w r ite .
G et a b o ttle
exposition. “ In two wars w ithin re W h e n Y o u A * k f o r S . S . 9 . D o S o o f S S. S. to d a y . It Is th e w o r ld 's g r e a te s t
ermen got as high as 700 to 800 pounds feurs and dealers to A ugust 1.
Potatoes— Local, l ( e per pound.
W ith I m p h a a K . T h e y W ill
m ed icine.
I n s is t upon th e d e a le r n a n d tn ;
cent years my county has shown what
Spinach— Local, 75c p e r crate.
to the boat, while one man obtained total received last year was $56,873.
you S S. S. a n d d o n ’t le t him o r a te about
U n d e rsta n d -
P. N . U .
N o . 32, 1*14
s o m e th in g th a t he can 't a d v e r tis e a s free
she can do in the a rt o f w a r,” said the
3300 pounds of fish as a result of one In 1912, 142,994 was received.
Squash— Local, 3e per pound.
from Iodide ..r p o ta sh a n d o th e r d e s tr u c tiv e
Tom atoes— I,oral hothouse,
75c#/ consul general. “ Here a t th is exposi a s in g le r a m a g e fo r a ham order. TT're Is m in eral drug».
n ig h t’s work. The salmon taken av er to A ugust 1 last year only $52,013.501
tion next year we hope to show what win-re s u b s titu tio n g e ts a ¡¡food a ta ri. W hen ! If you h a v e trou b le g e tt in g S. S. S. w r ite
aged large in size and are of the best had been collected. The fees received [ $1.25.
Y V H K N w r i t i n g t o a d v e r t i s e r s , p len a « m en -
to T h e K w lft S p ecific 4 \t . «a»'» S w if t B ld g .,
; in Ju ly th is year aggregated $3535.50. j T urnips— N ew , w hite, $1.25 sack, j we can do in the a rt of peace.”
t i o « t h i s p a p e r.____________________________
iwf o. 6. S, Lo w ill U w >vu a pro U / « U r / , i MUaMg o*., Lff M l v* **uar» deal stor».«.
P e a r s o n - P a g e C o . T iiiiiA S"
Sutherlin— W ith the filing of a r ti
cles of incorporation for the Sutherlin,
Coos Ray & E astern railway a t Rose-
burg, and the annuoncement th a t con
trac ts for the first actual construction
F ou gh t. sold nnd exchanged; engines, »toilers. work would be let next week, S uther
m i win 11 In. etc.
Se nd for Stock List and Prices
lin had the first assurance th a t a new
1H K J.'K . M ARTIN CO.. 83 1st S t.. P ortland,O r.
railroad, west to Coos * Ray and east,
eventually, to Boise, Idaho, would be
It was made known here th a t the
j Musser, Roach & W eyerhaeuser tim
TO LEARN CHIROPRACTIC. Calibi •» krquev. ber interests were behind the proposed
Pacibt Uiuupiii iw Coline. 418 iMumuawta.'lh Bid«, Portlaud, Oie.
road. The capital stock has been set
The survey of the first 27 m iles has
been completed, and taps a 50,000-acre
OPPORTUNITY IS HERE
No Hope for Peace Seen in New
Corn Is Best Crop for
Silage, Says Professor
B it t e r s
Save 20 Per Cent on Coiee
OLMES BUSINESS COLLEGE
Make Demand Forcible
Don’t Be Trifled With
for S . S . S . and Don’t Stand for the
“Just as Good” Talk.