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and Dairy Produce
ULTIMATUM IS SENT
Russians Repulse Austrian
Foes Along Frontier
Loudon.—Apparently reliable and
authentic Information comes from St.
Petersburg that Kussian arms hav*»!
been successful both along the border j Portland — There was no material
within Russian territory and in E ast1
Prussia, ut a point occupied at thej situation at the opening of the week.
very beginning of hostilities by a j The exporters are still unwilling to
enter the market, and domestic busi
force of the Czar's troops.
The Austrians have suffered a check 1 ness is of small volume. Speculators
on the Dniester River. Four regiments ! would no doubt show more activity if |
Great, aren’t they hoy? Wade is doing a lot for us when
B ought. told and exchanged; en g in es, hollers. 1
of Austrian infantry and eight regi- I the financial situation were favorable.
saw m ills, etc. Send for Stock L ist and Prices.
he furnishes these free Blue-Prints, made up just special for
T i l t J. t . M ARTIN CO.. 8a 1st S t.. Portland. Or.
merits of Uhlans were routed.
Prices are more or less nominal, with
the size barn we figure on building.
lo k io Government Send» .\otice by
The approaching big battle probably 8fi cents believed to be about the right
It shows us how
will be a decisive one.
S ix Different Channel», In
price for club.
Farmers are very
An attempt by the Germans to oc-1 strong in their views.
cluding United State».
cupy Eydtkuhnen, East Prussia, one
Track prices: Club, 8Gc
of the points to which Russian troops
TO LEARN CHIROPRACTIC. Caul* R«,UM,
were dispatched early in the wnr, has per bushel; red Russian, 84c; blue-
P«ci£ Unropiarlic Gillette. 418 Coramoawtiltii Bldg . Portland. Ore
failed. The Germans, consisting of a stem, 89c; forty-fold, 87c.
Tokio Japan Kent an ultimatum to detachment
Millfeed liran, $230/23.50 per ton;
of infantry, with artillery,
will double our barn and dairy efficiency—m ake our cow s healthy and conten ted—turn barn choree into a real pleasure.
Germany Saturday night at 8 o’clock, were repulsed with loss.
shorts, $27; middlings, $31.
Porter's Perfoct Barn Equipm ent includes the m ost com plete line o f Steel Stalls. Stanchions, Feed and L itter Carriers snJ
T h e Erudite Druggist.
Tools m anufactured
“Why was Solomon considered so demanding the withdrawal of German Petersburg that German aeroplanes
warships from the Orient and the evac have been carrying out extensive feed, $22.
Barley — No. 1 feed, $20 per ton; I
“Well, he learned the drug business uation of Kiau;Chau and giving Ger maneuvers along the Russian frontier,
If you figure on building a barn soon send for th e m —it
brewing, $20.50; rolled, $22.50.
when ho wus young. Alter that he
not obligate y ou ! Clip and fill out Coupon, pinning it '
Hay—Old timothy, $160/17 per ton;
could answer any question pro many until Sunday, August 2.’i, to com
sh eet that g iv es size of barn you figure on. Our estim ating
Wade & Co.
ply with the demand. Otherwise, the
departm ent will then work out a special, individual plan
new crop, timothy, $13 0/ 15; grain
ultimatum states, Japan will take ac heavy losses on the Russian frontier. hay, $80/ 10; alfalfa, $110/12.
Whether you figure on building a Barn soon or
Corn—Whole, $35 per ton; cracked.
not. mail coupon for Big FREE BARN EQUIP-
x fl P
The German troops near Mulhousen
The general expectation here is that captured 10 French officers, 500 men, $36.
“I think our new butler must have
f \ f \ w ent
m e w ith ou t
the ultimatum will he followed by war. four guns, 10 wfagons and many rifles.
been a baseball umpire once."
Hop dealers are steadily reducing
j P t M iY V A lJ r A « ( ■ ■ • (. VIA- J fv P s i _J o b lig a tio n or cost
Takaaki Kato, the Japanese foreign
r w h a te v e r
F R B E
According to the report, German their estimates of the coming Oregon
Print« of B a rn -ap p roxim ate
“He’s dusting off the plate with a minister, simultaneously with the dis territory has been cleared of French. crop. Some of them now figure the
ze a tta ch ed .
patch of the ultimatum, conferred with
yield as low as 110,000 or 115,000
1 E q uipm ent Cwtwiogue.
Georgh W. Guthrie, the American am man troops took more than 1000 pris hales. It is likely that the Pacific
of Farm Machín
Now Suffrage Has Come.
ciñe N orthw est
bassador, and made to him a broad oners, about one-sixth of the two de Coast will be 50,000 bales short of last
Lawyer (in equal suffrage state)— statement calculated to assure the feated French regiments.
The Austrian troops on the Russian
Don’t worry, the Jury is sure to dis United States that American interests
The market has gained materially
frontier have been placed under the
in the Far East would be safeguarded command of a German general.
in strength, and a strong demand for
Prisoner—But are you certain?
The news is confirmed that certain contracts has developed. Growers are
Lawyer—It’s inevitable; two of the and the integrity of China upheld.
Known of Old.
Owing to doubts whether communi divisions of Austrian forces compris not ready sellers and business is being
jurors are man and wife!—Puck.
“Ambassador Thomas Nelson Page,
Tyrolean Czechs regiments have put through with difficulty. About
cations with Herlin were assured, Jap
like most married novelists, treats
an, in order to insure the arrival of been transported to French territory. 60,000 pounds are known to have been
Up a Tree.
PO R TLA N D , OREGON.
married life in his books from the in
Mrs. Bird (late from suffrage moot the ultimatum, forwarded it to Berlin
signed up in this state and in Wash
T h e r e is a c o m p le t e n e s s an d finish a b o u t o u r s t u d e n t s ’ e d u c a tio n th a t is b r in g in g
side, as it were,” a Washington wo
ing 1 My! 1 hop« i can |< t in aithout by six channels, including Washington, England Severs All Diplo
p r a ise from m a n y o f th e le a d in g b u s in e s s m en o f th e N o r t h w e s t . T h e s u p r e m e
man said on her return from Home.
ington at 144 and 15 cents. Dealers
t e s t o f a b u s in e s s c o lle g e is t o s a t i s f y th e h a r d -h e a d e d m en o f th e b u s in e s s w orld .
London and Stockholm. The govern
“At a tea at the Excelsior, Mr. and
matic Ties With Austria were offering these prices in several
W e do. W r ite fo r lite r a tu r e w h ich w ill t r u th f u lly t e l l y o u a ll y o u w a n t to k n ow .
Mr. Ilird (late from the club)—Gee! ment also notified Count von Rex, Ger
Mrs. Page had a ludicrous argument
sections and many orders are known to
All stu d en ts m aking application before S ep t. 5. will g e l the advan tage o f the $5 per m onth
I hope 1 can get in without waking man ambassador to Japan, and like
over something or other; and, when
London.—Great Britain has severed be unfilled at 14 cents.
rate. B right and d iligen t stu d e n ts com p lete our course in three m onths.
their misunderstanding was satisfac
wise retarded the time limit for a re diplomatic relations with Austria, as
Hops — 1913 crop, nominal; 1914
cleared up. Page iiid:
ply until August 23.
How it Worked.
“ ’This seems like a chapter that has
ation of war. It has been expected
The ultimatum follows:
slipped out of a novel, doesn’t it?”
DAISY FLY KILLER f : iV 7 iT. *.'n
"We consider it highly important that a declaration of war would be dry shearings, 10c; green shearings,
“Did you ever try to open one of
C i« 8 . N e a t , < Iran, or-
the campaign against il
‘It seems,’ Mrs. Page retorted,
but there was none.
■ ..m en ta l, c o n v e n ie n t,
those railroad car windows?” asked stimulating
and necessary in the present situation proclaimed,
literacy it is merely a matter of time ‘more like a chapter that will slip
Count A. Menzdorff-Pouiliy-Dietrich- 15///30c; salted sheep, $1.25///1.50; the Paterson man.
L a m
tea so n .
M u le o f
to take measures to remove the causes steln received his passports and has spring lambs, 250/35c; green pelts,
when the positions of the north and into one.’ ”—Louisville Courier-Jour
n .e t a l. c a n 't s p ill or tip
“Oh, yes,” replied the Passaic man. the south will change places with re nal.
of all disturbance» of the peace in the left. He is an intimate personal friend short wool, 300/ 60c; Iambs, August
b . i t ; w ill n o t
11 o r
"Well, how did you make out?’’
ir.j u r e a n y t h i n g .
to that question. The manager
of the British royal family and feels take-off, 600/70c.
G u a ra n te ed cfTe«.'.:
“Well, 1 took one of those axes from of the industrial league, with head
B o ld b y d e a l e r » , or
interests as contemplated by the his dismissal keenly. He has been in
Peaches were the firmest article in the glass care, you know?”
6 s e n t b y e x p re* » p re
quarters in New York, announces that
p a id t o r J l .
agreement of alliance between Japan London for 18 years—first as fu jt the fruit list.
“Yes, and you broke the window tlie percentage of adult illiterates in
The supply was not
EA&OLD ttOMUKd. lQUDeJBAIb A r t ., B rooklyn. V. T.
secretary to the embassy and then as large and there was a great demand. open?”
and Great Britain.
that state has not decreased in the
“ In order to secure a firm and en ambassador.
“No, but I broke the ax, all right." last 20 years. The state has stood
One of the first results of the prac The best peaches readily brought 75c —Yonkers Statesman.
D I i n /
LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED
still more persistently than any other
Depends Upon Your Training
tical state of war which the severance cents.
I r I
2» by Cutter’« Blackleg Pill». I.ow- tablishment of which is the aim of the
in the union in this respect. Connec
There was a good demand for good
of diplomatic negotiations brings is
1 \ prlce.l, fresh, reliable; preferred by
Our courses in Shorthand, P e n
Western stockmen because they pro said agreement, the Imperial Japanese likely to be seen in the Mediterran cantaloupes, standards and jumbos sell
ticut and New Jersey follow closely
tect where other vaccines fail.
m anship. B u siness T raining and
Mrs. Florin had a new maid, and upon its record. According to the
Write for tw/oklet and testimonials. government sincerely believes it to he ean. An Austrian fleet has been bom ing at $1.250/1.40.
T elegraphy w ill equip you for a
10-dose pkge. Blackleg Pills $1.00
its duty to give the advice to the Im barding the Montenegrin coast and a anywhere from 50 cents up. Melons one morning as she entered the li league’s bulletin, "the south is far
su ccessfu l business career.
50-dose pkge. Blaokleg Pill« 4.00
brary she was somewhat surprised to outstripping the north in its efforts
V s« any Injector, but Cutter'» beat. perial German government to carry out larger fleet lias been reported near
were in oversupply and weak.
The auperlorlty of Cutter products Is due to over 11
to deal with the problem of illiteracy.”
the Straits of Otranto. It may be pre
the following two propositions?
years of «peclallzlng In vaooine« and »eriim* only.
Grapes were plentiful and sold well. chairs with her hands folded.
While the percentage is still greater,
In«l«t on Cutter’«. If tinohtalnnble. order direct.
"First — To withdraw immediately sumed that the British Mediterranean A fancy car came in, Malagas going at
THE CUTTER LABORATORY. Berkeley. California.
it is being cut down from a quarter
from Japanese and Chinese waters fleet, co-operating with the French $1.35 and Rose of Peru at 75 cents.
you are sitting down! Why, you were to a half every decade. The south’s
German men-of-war and armed vessels fleet, will put a stop to the attack on
population is more homogeneous and
Lemons were strong at the advance,
Montenegro from the sea and that a
B U S IN E S S COLLEGE.
What He Weighed.
“Yes, ma’am,” was the girl’s reply, more responsive at least to primary
of all kinds and to disarm at once bombardment
of Austrian ports may fancy now selling at $9.50.
Pat—How much do yez weigh, those which cannot be withdrawn.
The first straight car of new pota sitting on each of the chairs in turn.’’ educational influences.—Boston Tran Fourth Street, Near M orrison, Portland, Or,
"Second—To deliver on a date not
The break in the diplomatic negotia toes was received, and they sold well
We Guarantee Positions for All
Mike—Oi weigh 175 pounds.
later than September 15 to the Japan tions between the two countries came at 4 cents. Tomatoes were weak at —Harper’s Magazine.
Need of Merchant Marine.
Pat—You must a’ got weighed with ese authorities without condition of as a result of Austria’s sending troops
500/ 65 cents.
War, especially so gigantic a con
your coat on.
Write Us, No Trouble to Answer.
compensation the entire leased terri to the French border to assist her
Mike—An’ Oi did not. Oi held it in
Vegetables — Cucumbers, 50c per By Reflection from Ocean Beach and flict as the present, continually pre V
ally, Germany, against Great Britain's
___________ ______ ___ S
Desert .Sand unrelieved by Foliage. \\ unis
new problems, which must be
me arms all the time.—Magazine of tory of Kiau Chau with a view to the ally, France.
box; eggplant, 10c per pound; pep and Mineral Laden, Poisonous Dust, all sents
met by war measures. Congress is
pers, 70/ 10c; head letture, $1.70 per bring Eye Troubles in their wake—Granu proceeding rapidly in the way of pro
A Different Boy.
Eyelids, Red, Itching, Burning, Tired
“The Imperial Japanese government Belgians Whip Germans
crate; artichokes, $1 per dozen; toma lated
To o Much Publicity.
and Wateiy Fives, Impaired Vision and viding for the admission to American
An interesting event occurred in the
“I disapprove of the senate having announces at the same time that in the
in Open Field Action
household of a scientific gentleman
2c per pound; peas, 50/6c; beans, 40/ Murine Eye Remedy, Mild and Harmless. abroad the surplus grain crop. The
secret sessions. I favor the utmost event of its not receiving by noon on
Brussels, via London.—The first 6c; corn, $1 per sack; celery, 35@75c If you Wear Glasses, Try Murine. Doesn’t incident is an object lesson as to the who is a member of one of Uncle
August 23, 1914, an answer from the
publicity for everything.”
Smart. Feels Fine. Acts Quickly. Is an need of an American mercantile ma Sam’s chemical bureaus in Washing
“I did; but since the new gowns Imperial German government, signify battle in open country is reported in per dozen.
Eye Tonic compounded by Oculists—not a rine. When our citizens can not be ton.
came out, I think the women are go ing its unconditional acceptance of the
The gentleman himself was hard at
Onions—Yellow, $1.35 per sack.
' Patent Medicine”—but used in successful carried across the ocean or their pro
“After having passed the night
ing a bit too far."
above advice offered by the Imperial (Tuesday) in the position they had
Green Fruits—Apples, new, 75c0/$2 Physicians’ Practice for many years. Now ducts transported because foreign work in his home laboratory when tho
news was brought to him.
Japanese government, Japan will be reached after their retreat, the Ger per box; cantaloupes, 50c0/$1.40 per
T o Get Even.
50c Per Bottle. ¡Murine Eye Salve in ships, which are doing the work, are
■ It's a boy,” quietly announced the
compelled to take such action as she mans advanced In force toward a crate;
peaches, 500/75c per box; Aseptic
Tubes. 25c and 50c. Sold by liable to be hauled off at any time for physician, as he stopped on the
Gibbs—Have you decided where you may deem necessary to meet the situa point in our position, which they plums, 60e0/:$l; watermelons, 5000 75c Druggists.
fighting purposes American pride in
will go this summer?
sists that the deficiency shall be rem- , threshold.
thought was not held.
per hundred; casabas, $2.50 per dozen; I Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
Dibbs—No; my wife always waits tion.”
ediod and that the American flag on 1 “All right, all right.” muttered the
"Our staff, however, was alert, and, pears, $10/2 per box; grapes, 75c0/$2
until some neighbor with a grudge
the water shall have a dignity corres absent-minded chemist as he bent
informed by cavalry reconnaisances, per crate.
against us recommends the worst spot Mexican Constitutionalists
ponding to that of the same emblem over his work. “Er—oh—ask him
was able to give the necessary orders,
A young painter who had just fin on
what he wants, won t you?”—Lippin-
o.i the continent.
Fresh Meats—Steers 120/ 1 2 p ; cows,
the land.—Troy Times.
Take Reins of Government with the result that the enemy found 114c;
heifers, 12c; wethers, 174c; ished a picture insisted upon a friend
Meixco City—The national capital is place, in which our troops were victo dressed hogs, 120/13c; trimmed sides,
“There, now,” enthused the artist,
Not to Blame.
Peck—My wife's will is law.
in the hands of the constitutionalists. rious. Ten thousand men took part 17c; combinations, 164c; lambs, 110/ “you see my new picture. What’s
“What shall we do, John.” said the
Heck—So is my wife’s; but occa In accordance with a prearranged plan, in the fight.
12c; Diamond T. C., 14c; yearlings, the matter with that?’’
T h e school th at g e ts you a
farmer’s wife, who had retained much
sionally I can bribe her not to en General Obrcgon mrached in with his
"This was the first action of our 114c; ewes, 94c.
“I don’t know,” replied the bored
of her sentiment through 25 years of
army and took peaceful possession of troops in open country and their con
Poultry—Ducks, live, 100/12c; hens, friend, “but I should say it was a case
Thousands of Graduates married life, “what shall we do to
duct is a good augury for the future.
120/15c; of art failure.”—National Monthly.
celebrate our silver wedding?”
There on the farm, how useless seem the city. Tho citizens greeted him Apart from this, the situation to all dressed,
“Reckon up where all the silver’s
appearance has undergone no change.
evacuation by the federals was com
gone to in bringing up our family,"
That bathing suit of Helen’s;
W ashington and 10th Sts.
DON’T ITCH! USE RESINOL
"As regards our allies, the plan ar
“’Twlil do to w'ear,” the farmer beam pleted and constitutionalist troops are ranged beforehand is being followed dressed, $6; turkeys, live, 20c; dress
MODERN grumbled he.
Just put on a little of that soothing,
“Oh, no, John, it must be something
now quartered in the barracks which out exactly according to program.”
real good and out of the ordinary. I
“While eatin’ watermelons!"
the government soldiers recently occu
Belgian and French troops have ef
Cabbage—Homegrown, l |c pound.
itching and burning stop at one»*. Soon
you what. Let 11s kill the fattest
—New York Mail.
fected a junction south of Brussels.
Potatoes—Local, new, $1.25 a sack. all trace of eczema, prickly heat, poi
Bena was much excited over the pig and give a banquet.”
There on the farm, how useless seem
The German advance in the Belgian
“Maria,” said the husband solemnly,
prospects of a campmeeting that was
ing skin trouble is gone. F'ine for about to take place in her neighbor “I don’t see how the unfortunate ani
the front carrying a reception commit provinces of Limburg and Brabant has la Walla yellow, $1.50 a sack.
That tennis bat of Cassie’s;
The Germans are
is to blame for what happened 25
"’Twill do to swat the flies,” said Si,
Potatoes—Oregon, l@ ljc per pound; inol ointment and resinol soap. Pre
bringing up heavy artillery against
eral Carranza, first chief of the consti Liege.
paring gay and gaudy feathers for the years ago.”—Atlanta Journal.
“That wallow in molasses!"
sweet potatoes, 4c.
array, and now her outfit was com
tutionalists, who will assume the pres
Eggs — Fresh Oregon ranch, case
plete save a pair of much desired pat Y O U R O W N D H l G G I v r WILL 11 LI. Y O U
Many of the forest fires attributed idency as soon as he enters the capital.
Captured Germans A re S u lk y.
count, 230/ 24c; candled, 260/27c.
M urin e E y e U rm etly fur R ed. W n u . W atery
ent leather slippers. She approached E Try
to railroads are caused not by sparks
For the first time in months Ameri
y e s a n d G r a n u la te d E y e lid .: N o S m a r tin g —
Paris.—Several hundred German
Poultry—Hens, 14/ffil4Jc per pound; “Man is a worm,” the preacher saith, her mistress:
Just-. E y e C om fort. W rite for Book o f th e Eye
from locomotives, but by cigar and can flags flew beside the Mexican prisoners
'Mis’ Ford,” she said, “I sho’ wants by m a il F r e e . M urine E ye R em ed y C o., C lin-ago.
cigarette butts thrown from smoking colors. General Obregon caused to be pigny station, near Paris, on their springs, 150fl6c; turkeys, 20c; dress
As often we have heard.
ed, choice, 22c; ducks, 100/11c; geese, Ah, yes! and he might also add,
to git a pair o’ slippers fo’ de moetln’
posted throughout the city a decree way to Poictiers, where they will be 10c.
commences, an’ I ain't got a single
“Woman's the early bird.”
The soldiers seemed quite
“Are there any bears in these
Butter — Creamery prints, extras,
—New York Sun.
Celluloid wings for aeroplanes that threatening the immediate execution interned.
"What size do you wear, Bena?” woods?"
are said to be so transparent as to be of an officer or an enlisted man who German officers in the party, how 32Jc per pound; cubes, 284c.
asked her mistress.
“Not yet,” replied the resident. “But
invisible 300 feet in the air have been distrubed public order.
“Man is a worm.” he speaketh true,
Pork—Block, 12c per pound.
“Mah right numbah is fo'.” she re we’re going to do our best The next
invented by a German engineer.
He gets it from the Book.
The sidewalks were crowded densely
Veal—Fancy, 140/ 144c per pound.
The untiring activity of General
a circus comes through here we
from Chapultepec Castle to the nation Joseph Joffre, commander-in-chief of
Cattle — Prime steers, $7.250/ 7.50; And that is why poor mortal man
'cause fo's hurts me dat bad I jes are going to take up a subscription
Long and short coats will be accept al palace, a distance of three miles.
So often gets the hook!
natcherly can’t hardly walk.”—Wo and buy a bear or two just to satisfy
able this fall, says a fashion hint.
General Obregon reviewed the troops
of his troops. Since the first choice cows, $60/6.25; medium, $5.50
man’s Home Companion.
the summer boarders."
Even a medium length one will suit from the balcony of the national pal ation
IF YOU’RE GROUCHY
us on a cold day.
ace, after which the soldiers were sent thousands of miles in his motor car $60/8.25; bulls, $email@example.com; stags, $4.50 it is l i k e l y that your liver needs stir
'll the European countries ex
ring up. Wright’s Indian Vegetable is after the tammany tiger and the cept Russia
and appears to be everywhere at one @6.
the sugar beet production
Another tip is that form fitting to the barracks.
g. o. p. elephant and the government t,i»i year was one of tile greatest on
suits are going to be it for the men.
Hogs—Light, $80/9.25; heavy, 70/
is after the loan sharks.
Some of us will have to reform our
Steam er» A lm o st E m pty.
three times won the French grand 8.25.
New York— With the exception of prix.
The cost of foodstuffs soars apace;
It is a pity;
Less quicksilver was produced in. the Rochambeau and the Patria, of the
And yet men somehow find enough
B elgium Is A sked to Quit.
the United States last year than In French and Fabre lines, respectievly,
feed the kitty.
Seattle—Wheat—Bluestem, 92c per
London.—The Daily Mail says it
any year since 1860.
which sailed with approximately 1300
reservists for Havre and Marseilles, learns that on Monday, after the fruit- bushel; forty-fold, 87c; club, 8Gc;
cabins and steerage of nine liners sail i less assault by the Germans on the Fife, 844c; red Russian, 834c.
cheap food and meat each daj
With a small amount of cream com j To A get
ing from New York Monday were prac ! Liege forts, the German government
man will dicker;
tically deserted. The Cedric carried again approached Belgium, through ing to the local creameries, the price I And yet he somehow finds enough
fewer than 200 persons, the Minneton Holland as intermediary, pointing out of the city-churned product has been I To buy good liquor.
Germany had no quarrel with forced up to 30c and dealers prophesy
ka 12, the Kroonland 40, the Saxonia i | that
Belgium and no desire to he at war
fewer than 100, the America and the j with her, and asked the Belgian gov a slight upward rise above this price I A man will go to every play
Potsdam correspondingly small num ernment to reconsider its refusal to within the next week unless the situa
That ha»»nt« Ms section.
Little Causes Develop Worst Kind of Trouble— No
bers. Sailing of the Anchor line an allow the German army to traverse tion changes. Most of the houses are And grumble if he has to pay
T h is re a lly
carrying large storage stocks, which
A enure-11 collection.
Danger if Blood is Fortified.
k e e p in g th e s y s te m fu ll
The Belgian government, according will more than carry them over until
-—Nebraska State Journal.
the cream supply becomes stronger.
o f v im a n d v ig o r, th e
General I» S h o t in S ee k.
Eggs remain at 33c, with little pros About, the clothing for the kids
refusing the German request.
blood p u re a n d th e
London—A dispatch to the Central
pect of immediate change. Fresh local
Some men will hackle;
News Agency from its Paris correspon
g e n e ra l h e a lth good,
ranch eggs are still rather scarce. Then toss away ten dollars for
I m s *.
Cheese is firm.
all o f w h ic h m u s t com e
mander of the German Fifteenth Army
Paris.—The French minister of war
Dealers are on the lookout for any
fro m p e rf e c tly d ig e s te d
! corps, is in a hospital at the front on explains that the engagements on the ! consignments of large poultry, as the
P u tn a m F a d e le s s D yes a r e th e
account of a bullet which passed | Franco-German frontier are no more market remains filled to the brim with
food, a n d liv e r a n d
b r i g h t e s t a n d f a s te s t.
bow el re g u la r ity . T h is
than outpost skirmishes. “The best
! respondent of the Star says a Belgian | denial that can be given to the report | mand for 4 and 5-pound chickens.
A Maine town has built a concrete
is a n e sp e c ia lly good
j officer, who escaped from Liege, j that the French lost 20,000 men at
Eggs — Select ranch. 32/ft33c per j watering trough for horses that is
brought details of the death of General ' Altkireh," says the ministry, "is that ¡dozen; Chinese, 18c ; Eastern Aprils, flanked by high walls to shield ani-
re a s o n w h y y o u sh o u ld
The officer declared I the total effective French troops did 26/v/ 28c; local Aprils, 23 W 29c.
I mala using it from sun, wind and
* f D e D in o ti i f I ’ u r i f l e d W it h & . S . S . W ill R e s i s t A ll G e r m I n f e c t i o n .
that Von Emmich committed suicide. I not reach that number.”
Butter—Washington creamery firsts, ! norm.
It is further explained that the ad cubes, 28c per pound; do. bricks, 30c;
It is said that his unlimited confidence
Thor«- nre s o m a n y reason * w h y e v e r y o n e it. S. S.
And In a ll th o s e c a s e s t h a t w ere
vance of the French infantry on Mul- city creamery, bricks, 30c; Oregon, 1 Well-known sayings of unknown Shoo J look to th e b lood f. r h e a lth th a t the tr e a te d w it h m er c u r y . Io d id e s, a r s e n ic , c o p
| in the German army was shattered.
e r m in e r a ls w it h n«> p e r m a n en t
hausen was to cut the center of Ger 28c; jobbing, basis, 2540» 264c.
¡men: “Them kind has came to stay.' I» o f p a r a m o u n t Im p ortan ce. \Ve n e e d bo e ffe c t, th e mo»*
a s to n is h in g r e c o v e r ie s h avo
man communication, and it is added
m uch food.
i m uch o x y g e n , go m uch w a te r , been m a d e hv
S . S.
Am erica Pleases France.
The age of sex equality may be here a ll o f w h ic h In r ig h t'p r o p o r tio n m a in ta in
T h er e Is n ot n b lood taint o f ar.v nahxro
that this was successfully carried out.
squabs, $2.500/3 per dozen; 1914 broil put the wives frequently decline to n u tr itio n . But th e liv e r , k id n e y s, lunga, t h a t c a n r em ain in a sv -d em f • lit, l b/
London—A dispatch to the Chronicle
akin a n d b o w el# m u st a ll w ork In co -o p er a th is m o s t w o n d e r fu l r e m e d y , ?• r It Is ab so
ers, live, 180» 19c per pound; duck Uupport their husbands.
from Paris tells of the reply of the
tiv e h a rm o n y t o c o n v e r t tin* Intake and lu te ly p u r e a n d c o n t a in s o n ly th
Germans H it Oicn Mine.
tsp**I It aft* r It ha* nerved I ts p u rp ose <,f m e n ts th a t t h e M ood 1
lings, 140zl5c; old ducks, live, 130» |
French foreign minister. Premier, Vi-
r e g e n e r a tin g th e t is s u e s a n d c e ils o f the e n d w h ic h F ie t • - -.lies g r a te f u lly ac c ep t.
| viani, to the American offer of media-
to d y .
A nd th is p ro cesa I r e p e a te d ev e ry
I t a g r e e « w it h r
m o st d e lic a t e s to m a c h ,
torpedo-boat destroyer report
1 With his cut glass that clinks.
fe w s e c o n d s th r o u g h o u t life .
N ow , a s It ev en In t h o s e c s
t w h er e th e u se <,f str o n g
! tion. He remarked that France had German
ed to have been sunk by the explosion
I ap p en a w ith m ost p eop le, th e body d o e s d r u g s h m s o w e a k e n e d th e uigeq»lve sy ste m
been attacked, despite her steady re of one of her boilers off South Gedser
r o t ex p el a ll tie w sfcfe a n d It r e m a in s a th a t m e d ic lin e c m n o t h*» g iv en .
t .e t a
Tacoma Wheat—Red Russian, 80c He didn’t mix my drinks.
d e s tr u c t iv e In flu en ce t*. prod u ce c a ta r r h ,
fusal to take the aggressive, and said, on August 5, really was destroyed by
N o. 34, 1914
P. N . U .
r h e u m a tis m , I k /II s . e r u p tio n s a n d n m yriad *1 ‘K> b o ttle ,,f s . S. S. a t a n y d ru g sto r e
he a s s u r e d o f a c o m p le te c u r e of
in thanking President Wilson: "You a mine laid by a German warship. The
An express train trarepng from o f tro u b le * re.- gn l/.ed a;i th e r e s u lt of a a n n d y t e h r u u s p tiv
e b lood d i e n e e
I f y o u r cas^
may be assured that the French gov- Danish and Swedish lines, it la re- club, 85c; forty-fold, 86«; red Fife, Vice to Macon. F'ranee, w h benun p o iso n e d Mood.
Is p e c u lia r an d e,»u d e sir e sp e c ia l a d v ic e
ark ab le t •‘» lim o n is i« hnv* been w r it
j ernment and people will recognize in I ported, ceased running as a result of 82c.
I by 12 m im e
\ v 1 n eagle, which fe n R em
w r ite t .. »]./• s’w i.i s -
M edi o 1
th a t p r o ie !• ...n<i
.1 ’ her** Is no
\ V H E N w ritin g t« ad vert n e ra , p l«
Butter—Washington creamery, 290/ j *aced it for l 1 . .
blood d isease b ..k w Lut ea u Lu cu re d by D e p t ., b w if t l h d j , A i u a u , Cik
j your idea new evidence of your inter- information that the Germans had laid
tion th is papT
j est in the destinies of France."
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