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POULTRY —...... .
and Dairy Produce
o f all k in d s w a n te d .
W rite fo r o u r
German Army Appears
Near Dunkirk on Coast
In a Hundred Years.
From the hillside a group of men I
watched with great Interest develop
m ents on the plain below. A squadron
of cavalry m ade a brilliant dash up
the slope. From the lop of the grade
a line of lurid flume shot out and men
and horses fell in a heap. Back of
the lines clouds of belching black
sm oke showed w here howitzer shells
were bursting. From
hordes of m en sw arm ed with bayonets
flashing and put to rout an advancing
12 GAUGE , 5 SH O TS
brigade of infantry. Overhead a di
rigible was seen to collapse and f a ll.
T h e recoil reloads th is ffun.
Y ou sim ply pull th e
to earth, pursued by a sw arm of m ono-1
trigger for each shot. T h is n e w gun is safe, strong and
planes. Am bulances and Red Cross
corps hurried to and fro. Reenforce-
simple. It h as all th e good points of o th e r recoil operated^
m ents appeared to the west and soon
shotguns, an d m any im provem ents besides.
the carnage began anew. The field
A m ong th em are Nickel steel construction
was covered with dead and dying men.
an d a reloading system th a t requires no
dead horses, demoralizeu a rtillery and
change for different loads.
“ W hat
I t ’s the Fowling Gun Par Excellence
W hat strange w arfare do we behold?"
cried a sta rtle d spectator in alarm.
"M erely a bit of w ar stuff that the
moving picture men are living in re
acting the w ar of 1914.” said the
Not the Friday Odor.
other, us he hailed a passing Zeppelin
Our contributor's sm all friend, lit
and skim m ed back to the studio.—Ex
tle Kollo, aged 5, had alw ays ob
served th at fish was the big dish at
his home on Friday. And he had ob Depends Upon Your Training
DOES YOUR SKIN
served th at the rule held in the neigh
O u r c o u rse s in S h o rth a n d . P e n
ITCH AND BURN* boring households.
m an sh ip . B u sin e ss T ra in in g and
Recently little Kollo was sent out
T e leg ra p h y will eq u ip you for a
If you a re suffering with eczema, to visit his grandm a in the country.
s u c c e s s fu l b u sin e ss c areer.
ringworm , rash or other torm enting And a fte r a day or two he m issed
F A L L TER M SE P T E M B E R 7.
skin erupti6n, try resinol ointm ent anil som ething.
resinol soap. You will be surprised
G randm a,” said he, “a in 't it ever
how quickly the itching stops and the Friday in the country?”
skin becom es clear and healthy again.
“ W hat a question!” she laughed.
Prescribed by doctors for 19 years. ‘‘Of course, it is. Today is Friday,
B U S IN E S S COLLEGE.
All druggists sell resinol ointm ent dear.”
F o u rth S tre e t, N ear M o rrison. P o rtla n d . Or.
(50c and $1.00), and resinol soap
“ W ell,” said Kollo. “It don’t smell
like Friday.”—A tlanta Journal.
We G uarantee Positions for All
Our G raduates,
“ Why did you q uarrel?”
“ She w anted me to hold her hand
W rite Us, No Trouble to Answer.
at a crowded reciption.”
declared Sherlock Holmes. ‘‘For in
“W hy didn’t you?”
“ 1 was already holding a plate of stil nee if you see a lady going out in
salad in one fist and a cup of coffee in ball costum e it is safe to deduce that
the other, with no earthly chance to she is going to a ball.’’
“Not at all,” objected Doctor W at
set anything down.”—K ansas City
son. “Many of our girls have adopted
it for ordinary stre e t w ear.”—Louis
tunrfu! melodic«, when illness 01
ville C ourier Journal.
moulting has made them s lent. Itw is
Y O U R O W N D R U G G IS T W IL L T E L L Y O U
London—T hat a Germ an arm y is be-
tween^Furnes and D unkirk and nearing
J the la tte r place, which is on the Eng-1
Portland — Hop buying continues
I lish Channel, less th an 50 m iles from j
w ithout interruption at steady prices.
! the coast of Dover, is reported in a |
D ealers report th a t it is difficult to in
j Rotterdam dispatch from a German
TYPEWRITERS, ALL MAKES
te re st brew ers in new business, and
L a rg e asHorUneat, S p e
source to the Daily Mail, under date of
th is is to be expected in view of the
cial P rices.
«ni bMIIH PREMIER, $15 Up
approaching elections and the fact th at
M achines sh ip p e d on
A dispatch to the Mail from Dun- j
a p p ro v a l am i g u a ra n
hops are being offered to brew ers at a
teed by H om e ouncern. Fireman Cremated, but Rett ot kirk, dated Sunday night, says th a t |
steadily declining scale of prices.
W rite fo r s t a p l e s o f
w ork, s ta tin g m ak e
There is a g re at deal of uncovered con
kirk Bince 8 o ’clock Sunday m orning.
p r e fe rre d .
Blaze in Stoke Hole.
tra c t business to be taken care of,
EXCHANGE, 351 * Wait. St Portland. Or
Severe fighting is taking place. It
however, and it is this th a t is keeping
is supposed th a t destroyers or gun-
the trad e employed.
boats’are being used in the canals.
This w eek’s purchases were made a t
NEW HOTEL HOUSTON Portland,^Or. — The steam er Santa
D ave H ouston, P ro p .
H. B. T h o rsn es. Mgr.
B erlin — All signs indicate th a t a a range of 8 to 12 cents. The largest
T h o ro u g h ly m o d ern . 101 Rooms o f co m fo rt. Mod C atalina,
e r a te P ric e s. T h re e m in u te s' w alk from U nion freig h ter of the W. R. G race Co.'a trem endous change is im pending
in deal was closed by MeNeff Bros., who
D epot. W rite fo r ra te s . 12 N Su* St.. PORTLAND. OH
line, plying betw een New York and the protracted struggle in N orthern bought 340 bales from Dem aris Bros.,
Pacific Coast ports, including Portland, France, where for weeks the hostile of Yakima. This firm also bought 175
la n o m o r e n e c e s s a r y
took fire and was beached late Sunday arm ies have faced each other in such bales in The Dalles section, the crops
th u n S m a l l p o x . Army
afternoon against the Oregon shore of strongly
entrenched positions th a t of Frieson, Sm ith & G ates and one
experience has demonstrated
the almost miraculous r ‘i'l- . the Columbia river, two mileB from neither has been able to advance, ex other, also 100 bales from Salem deal
Cacy, and harmlessness, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
She is practically a total cept a t enormous cost.
Be vaccinated NOW by your physician, you and | St. Helens.
The apple m arket was good for
your family. Tt is more vital than house insurance.
The present effect of the m utual
Ask your physician, druggist, or send for "H ave
Two carloads of am m unition in her flanking operations has been to extend cheap and m edium -priced fruit, but
you had Typhoid?” telling of T y p h o i d Vaccine,
was not much demand for the
results from use, and danger from Typhoid Carriers.
cargo exploded w ith the fire, adding the b a ttle lines w ithout e ith e r side’s
THE CUTTER LABORATORY, BERKELEY, C A L
m o o u c im s vaccina * a asanas unosb u . a. sov. l ic s n s s
G rapes are steady here and prices
Forty-tw o m em bers of her officers’
cannot be advanced, in spite of the
staff and crew are safe, but one fire
firmness of the C alifornia m arket. A
A tjE N T S Sell n e w ly -p a to n to d a rtic le to officer, man, G ub Johnson, is dead.
He was Attack by Submarine
stored, hom es. S am p le p rep a id . $ 1.50}
of cantaloupes arrived from Med
entrapped in the engine room instantly
Was Complete Surprise car
sells fo r $2.60. M urk Shuw . Los A n g eles. C alif.
the explosion occurred, and
Aberdeen, Scotland—The atta ck on
W heat — B id: Bluestem, $1.02;
heroic efforts of Captain J. F. Rose
Im m u n e .
the B ritish cruiser Hawke, which was forty-fold, 99Jc; club, 96c; red Rus
and his aideB to rescue him before the
sunk by a Germ an subm arine, came as sian, 90c; red Fife, 92c.
T he hunters now will get in line, ship was abandoned were futile.
a g re at surprise to those aboard the
O ats— B id: No. 1 white, feed, $25
T heir turn will soon be here;
Among the rescued are Mrs. Rose,
cruiser, according to the survivors who per ton.
And every cow will w ear a Bign,
w ife of the captain, and th e ir baby,
N othing was seen to
‘‘Don’t shoot me, I’m no d e er!”
Barley— B id:
No. 1 feed, $20 per
who were lowered over the sides of the
indicate the presence of a subm arine ton; brew ing, $21; bran, $22; shorts,
Indeed our beef will be so high
until a fte r the explosion, when the $23.
This warning will be heard,
periscope of the boat was detected
M illfeed— Spot prices: Bran, $25(<(
The fireboat David Campbell, of
As cows go sailing through the sky,
m oving away a t some distance.
25.50 per to n ; shorts, $27(;(28; rolled
Portland, fought the flames in the big
“Dou't shoot me, I'm no b ird !”
The H awke sank in five m inutes and barley, $26(027.
NfV York Mail.
lin e rja fte r m aking a fa st run from
hundreds of men, some of them in
Corn— Whole, $37 per ton; cracked,
Food prices may go soaring high,
cork jack ets and others hanging to $38.
And reach the ether thin,
The Santa C atalina was capable of
Hay — E astern Oregon tim othy,
With flaring signs, ‘Don’t shoot me, 1 carrying 10,000 tons dead w eight and pieces of wreckage, were scattered
about in the w ater.
Am not a Z eppelin!”
$15.60(0 16 per to n ; grain hay, $10(0
had ju st entered the Columbia river on
invented by the breed -is in the Hart*
“ I was on the forenoon w atch, ’* said 11; alfalfa, $12(013.50; valley tim T ry M u rin e E y e R e m e d y fo r R e d , W e a k . W a te r y
Mountains. It keeps Canapes in rood
Once again the am ateur strategist her second voyage to Portland. She one of the stokers, “ and we w ere en othy, $13(014.
E y e s a n d G r a n u l a t e d E y e lid s ; N o S m a r t in g —
For the privilege of being battpred
health and restores their feathers.
l u s t .K y e C o m fo rt. W rite f o r H ook o f J i e E ye tip Antwerp is asked to dig up a cool
w rites to inquire if the disappearing made her maiden trip last December. joying ourselves. Someone was sing
Sold by dniFcii-ts at 15c. Mailed at
same price with a 42-page bird book.
b atteries are the ones the enemy has She was one of the first g re at liners to ing and the others had joined in the
box; eggplant, 7c per pound; peppers,
Comolete 120-page bird book mailed for 15c. rrtorethei with
m ake a passage through the Panama
1« 2 5 c ., CENUINE BIRD MANNA i,
chorus when the H awke was struck. 5(0:c; artichokes, 85c per dozen; tom a
In the eyes of some employes the zollern, Potsdam, Prussia.
canal, having arrived a t San Francisco
alwavs put UP in white metal cans with red imprint on them.
The allies seem bent on turning the from New York about 10 days ago. She The ship vibrated violently and imme toes, 50(0,90c per c rate; cabbage, l j c new civil service rules doubtless ap
PHlLAD’A BIRD FOOD CO., button S., Philadelphia, Pa.
wings of the enemy in order to give left San Francisco Friday and carried d iately sta rte d to cant over. When I per pound; peas, 10c; beans, 6c; cel pear m ost uncivil.
reached the deck the captain was caii- ery, 50(d;75c per dozen; cauliflower,
Radium Greatest Invention.
it to them in the neck.
about 2000 tons of mixed cargo, 1400
The sta te may never go dry, but a
ing, ‘I t ’s everybody for h im self.’
75c(0$l; asparagus, $2 box; sprouts,
tons of which w ere for Portland.
I’m fond of melodrama,
O ver a m ill’on m ag a z in e re a d e rs h a v e d eclared
“ I jum ped overboard and managed 10c per pound.
“ You should join our discussion
In the cargo for Portland was a
their w ater supply is pure.
th a t R adium s ta n d s fo re m o st an io n « th e 7 w o n
W here the villain vilely capers.
to keep afloat, although the w ater was
Onions—Yellow, $1(01.25 per sack.
d er* of m odern tim es. F o r 3 y e a rs w e h a v e been club; it is no end of benefit."
Hut I'm quite disgusted with the one large supply of am m unition, which ex b itte rly cold, until picked up by the
x p e rim e n tin g w ith th e d itf e re n t q u a rtz e m ittin g
Green F ru its — Apples, 75c(0$1.75
“ Do you cover a wide range of sub
At the Chicago m unicipal m arket e L**t>o
ploded w ithin a few m inutes a fte r the
T h a t has no m issing papers.
ity and have a t last, succeeded in p e r
only boat th a t there was tim e to per box; cantaloupes, $email@example.com per handkerchiefs were sold for 2 cent s. fecting: a c o tiv
u r ‘ R adio A c tiv e P a d .” w h ic h h a s been je c ts? ”
vessel took flame. The exploding c a rt
launch. For a tim e we rowed around c rate; casabas, $1.25(ul,50 per dozen; N aturally a lot of people with bad
“ Oh, no. We confine ourselves ex
Some women can keep a secret, ridges created a near-panic among the
on te s t u n d e r th e elcctoecope e m it 1000 m ac h e clusively
to bridge and tango.”—
colds blew them selves.
u n it” e v e ry h our, and will la s t fo r years: w hen
even a t the registration office. Ask sailors and crew and made the work of picking up men, but the boat was soon pears, 50c(o!$1.25 per box; peaches,
overcrowded and beyond throw ing life 40(o60c; grapes, 75c(0 $1.25 per c rate;
fighting the blaze still more hazardous
th e su ffe rer a t once.
In cases of
T ran satlan tic steam ship companies S ra to s e m relieve
belts to the men in the w ater, we cranberries, $8(08.50 per barrel.
and nearly impossible.
Three of the
have decided to waive interest pay u s o -.s . R un-dow n c onditions, its effect in al- i Somebody has figured out th at the
A N orw egian
Potatoes— Oregon, $1.25 per sack; m ents. People have sort of lost inter o mos*
Columbus discovered America Oc seamen jum ped overobard, tw o sw im could do no more.
w ar is costing $55 per second. Now
ev e ry in sta n c e is m arvelous.
'• - p ric e of th e "R a d io A c tiv e P a d ” is $6.00, we understand why neither side can
tober 12, 1402. Lucky there were nc m ing to the Oregon shore, a third be steam er came up and picked up a few sw eet potatoes, 2(0!2Jc per pound.
est, anyway, in tran satlan tic tratfic.
hii* lo r a s h o rt tim e to in tro d u c e th em in y o u r
Eggs— Fresh Oregon ranch, case
geographical societies for him to face? ing rescued by a small river fishing men, but for the large m ajority she
to lose a m inute.
cop-.m unity, on re c e ip t o f $1, w ith a d isc rip tio n o f ;
was too la te .’’
count, 29(<; 32c per dozen; candled, 33
yo>,; sic k n e ss anti a c o n fidential lis t of 2 or m ore j
The nervy correspondents,
boat, which w ent to th e aid of the
The citizens of Antwerp m ust have
Do a funny w artim e stunt.
((¡,35c; storage, 27J(u28c.
“Seek light on liquor m easure,” says Santa C atalina as soon as the explosion
yon *he Pad w ith full in stru c tio n s a nd all c h a rg e s •
They follow in the arm y’s rear
a headline. Yet brew ers declare light was heard up and down the^Columbia
Poultry—Hens, 12J(<i 13c per pound;
paid. Send at once as only a lim ited n u m b e r w il n great aeroplane
Native Born Canadians
thousands of them are flying to
hits the quality of th eir goods.
springs, 1 2 i(o l3 c ; turkeys, young, 18
in the vicinity of St. Helens.
A c tiv e Pad Co.. 237 C a c tu s D rive. P o rtla n d . O re.
in New Arm y Are Few (020c; dressed, 22(025c; ducks, 10(0
NEW MODERN DANCING.
How to dispose of bill collectors—
14c; geese, lO O llc .
The am ateu r stra te g ist w rites to
Toronto, Ont. — Charges a re m ade
ore, th e lea d in g Dancing: E x
take them to one side, c h a tte r confi Anti-German Riots Started
B u tte r— Cream ery, prints, extras, p e E rt . F am le i tc I h n e s r tr H u c allam
You will never know ju st how to ask if any arm y is crim inally at fault
to r in N ew Y ork C ity, w rite s : "I
th a t m any native-born Canadians are
dentially and then pay them.
h a v e use*! A L L E N 'S FO O T -E A SE , th e antiseptic, improve your stock until you see some in connection with bad check opera
in Many Parts ot London not enlisting for service in the Euro 35c per pound; cubes, 300;31c.
p o w d e r to be s h a k e n in to th e shoes, fo r te n years,
Veal— Fancy, 12(0 12Jc per pound.
a nd recom m end it to all m y p u p ils .” I t c u re s and th a t is b e tte r than your own. The fairs tions against an advance.
Ja p s have m ounted siege guns on
London — A nti-G erm an rio tin g in pean war. One estim ate goes so far
p re v e n ts sore fe e t. Sold by all D ru g and D e p a rt are good places to look up such things.
Pork— Block, 9JO;, 10c per pound.
hills around Kiao (’how. The defend London Sunday night caused th e de as to say th a t of the first contingent
e n t S to re s. 25c. S a m p le F R E E . A d d ress. Allen —Southern A griculturist.
W hen it comes to a showdown a
H ops—1914 crop, 8@ :llc; 1913 crop, m
S. O lm sted, Le Roy, N . Y.
ers c a n ’t look to the hills for help.
struction of a score of shops. Dam age no few er than 85 per cent w ere B ritish nominal.
bom b-carrying monoplane in the air
is worth half a dozen dirigibles in the
was done in the D eptford borough and born, most of whom came to Canada
I can't endure the social lion,
T he therm om eter may be dense, b
“I never feed tram ps a t the door.” hangars.
in Old K ent road. In the form er dis w ithin the last five years.
Who m akes himself a bore.
a fte r num erous com plaints the m*
“ T h at's all right, m a’am ; serve it In
tric t several stores were attacked and
I can not lionize him, yet
cury finally tumbled.
The Indian troops fight best on
S e a ttle —Num erous sailings to A las
the dining room. P a in ’t particular.”
among others by the Canadian life
He m akes a m ighty roar.
w heat cakes. A certain aggregation
ka drew heavily of fresh eggs and but
In Old K ent road m eat m arkets were
of T eutons would like very m uch to
A l l Set.
A Pocket Kingdom.
A safe indication of nothing doing
smashed and th is was followed by the have decided not to enforce the war
F irst m otorist—Have you a crash w recking of a confectionery store. clause in th e ir policies, which entitles te r from th is m arket, and eggs sold as a re th e flatly contradictory reports
“ You come from the kingdom of m ake th eir cake dough.
Andorra, you say?”
them to impose a super-prem ium of wholesale prices firm to higher a t 46(u from Berlin, Paris and London.
Has it come to this in neutrality?
Second m otorist—Got one coming! Some of the shops w ere pillaged.
offices are displaying
Police were called out and 20 arrests $50 a thousand. Instead of doing this 47c. A few sales were reported a t 48c.
The greasy black smoke of the Ger
T h at farm er I humped Into back there
“T h at’s the sm allest kingdom on Many local
signs: “ Don’t talk war. Talk busi
made. Precautions have been taken
The tendency in im m ediate fu tu res man “Jack Johnsons” may yet be su r earth, isn’t it? ”
is going to sue.
to prevent fu rth er rioting.
“ Not so loud, please. Somebody m ay
is for an advance, and jobbers do not passed by the “ white” hopes in the
G reat excitem ent prevailed through ra te , thereby substantially increasing h e sita te to predict a 50-cent m arket form s of Turcos and Sikhs.
think w e re big enough to hold an ul
W hat «a glorious victory would
The French are ordering 6 0 0 trucks
tim atum .”—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
crown the arm ies’ efforts if they could out Sunday in D eptford and neighbor
before the end of next week.
and 1000 touring cars. You would
The R ussians have crossed the river
Crowds thronged the sa tin g revenue. They say th e ir lists stock is decreasing so heavily th a t job
enlist the wise heads around the local ing boroughs.
a runabout would be more to the
stre ets and refused to move a t the or of policy holders show a large propor bers are buying from each other in Uugh into Hungary. Who? Uugh!
ders of the police.
order to fill local and shipping de
button on my coat, darling?
However, the highest estim ate of mands.
Bear m eat is a delicacy at a local threatened to attack Germ an places
It’s a long, long way to Tipperary,
However, several days have passed
Mrs. Newlywed—No, love; I could
m arket. Even around a newspapei in Bromley and o ther boroughs if the Canadian born in the contingent is 40
There has been a heav ier movem ent and Count von Berhsdorff has told us n't find the button, and so I ju st sewed especially for the brigade interned in
office roasting a cub is a popular pas authorities perm itted them to open.
per cent, 60 per cent being B ritish of storage eggs, w ith a top on locals of nothing about it.
up the buttoukole.—Judge.
The rio tin g was led by 100 docks born, although according to the last 31c.
The season is show ing th a t the
T hat baritone sta r in jail as a spy
laborers, who had been turned out of a
local egg has rem ained in b e tte r con
ought to be able to strik e the key to
T he Russians have occupied Przem lodging house to m ake room for Bel cent of the population.
“ Did th at bottle of patent medicine
him self out.
ysl. For the love of Mike, Nicholas
T h at a serious situ atio n is indicated the ice sim ultaneously and th a t they do your aunt any good?”
The men gathered in
change Its nam e to som ething we car gian refugees.
a German saloon and sm ashed the win
Mrs. Wyse—Yf,s, I som etim es ask
do not as yet give any of the custom lar th at cam e around it she got two
A wife found her m issing husband
Canadian p atriots. In explanation it ary “ sto ra g e ” taste.
his advice about tilings.—Boston T ra n in moving pictures. Husbands should
dows and the bar.
new diseases.”—Boston T ranscript.
shun the "m ovies.”
The dockers charged the owner of
The b u tte r m arket is steady and
Some of the so-called m inute mer
The liberal supply in
in the battle of the Aisne have foughi the saloon w ith having sta rte d a re riv als had m iltiary training, and fu r well balanced.
Not all the hproes are a t the front.
port th a t tw o B ritish battleships had
steadily for two weeks.
sight, to g eth er w ith th e heavy flow of
"O ur governm ent,” said the m an of A railroad president hero in America
been destroyed. The shop of a German w ere free r to respond to th e call of cream , which seems to be u n in te r
has cut his own salary.
butcher, in the window of which a war. It is adm itted th a t th is is only a rupted, and the well proportioned vol
m ust fulfil every prom ise to the le t
picture of Em peror W illiam was dis p a rtial explanation and th a t possibly ume of trad e, is tend in g to keep the
The m arines moan by tlip long-*
th ere is a more serious underlying stre e t independent of bullish influ- [
played, was wrecked.
"Oh, come now!." protested the pa- horned moon th a t it is a mean trick
MEN'S & WOMEN'S
The rio tin g proceeded for a distance
(lent person. "You can’t expect the to mine the m ighty main,
ences th a t m ight be put upon it by
It has also been pointed out th a t few other large d istrib u tin g centers.
w eather bureau to m ake good on ev
of about a m ile before it was stopped
$2.50, $3. $3.50
prediction."—W ashington Star.
by a detachm ent of soldiers.
Eggs— Select ranch, 40(q 42c dozen.
$3.75, $4. $4.50
The incident illu strates
shopkeepers all lived above th eir contingent.
and $5 00
Poultry—Live hens, 10(V;15c pound; A nd is R estored to H ealth by
places of business and th e ir a p art how slender is the bond of sentim ent old roosters, 10c; 1914 broilers, 13(<i
Lydia E. Pinkham ’* Veg
"T his hotel is under a new m anage
$2.25, $2 50 >
th a t now connects “ New F rance’’ w ith 14c; ducklings, 10<igl2c; geese, 10c;
m ents were sacked.
$100 & $3.50 A
The rio tin g in the Germ an shops in old France. N evertheless, in demon guinea fowl, $9 per dozen.
"Why. I still see the old proprietor
All Sizes High street, D eptford, was resum ed a t stratio n of loyalty to the B ritish em
Euphcmia, Ohio.—“ Because of total n round."
Wool—Valley, 17@18c per pound;
pire, an e n tire brigade of French
ignorance o f how to care for m yself
"Yes. but he got m arried last week."
a width» force of police who tried unsuccessful Canadians is being rapidly organized E astern Oregon, 15(q2c0; m ohair, ■ when verging into womanhood, and from
T he A ctive Principle of e
taking cold when going to school, I suf
ly to put down the distrubance had and will be incorporated in the second 1914 clip, 27$c.
Just Between Friends.
several of its m em bers^injured.
C ascara B ark—Old and new, 4c per fered from a displacement, and each
Fam ous R em edy W orks
"Julian has saved my life nine
month I had severe pains and nausea
tim es this year."
British Losses 13,500.
"So that is what he m eans when he
C attle—Prim e steers, $6.750(7.15; | for tw o to four days from the time I
P a ris — The youngest French com
London—An official report by Gen
choice, $6.500i6.75; m edium , $6.250; was 16 years old.
Y O U CAN SAVE M O N E Y BY
eral French, comm anding the B ritish m ander, General M alleterre, aged 45, 6.50; choice cows, $60;6.15; medium,
“ I w ent to K ansas to live w ith m y sis
Sanitary Sugar Bowl.
WEARING W. L. DOUGLAS 8 HOES.
$5.25@ 5.76; heifers, $5.500(6.50; cal te r and while there a doctor told me of
y e a rs W . L. D o u g las h a s g u a ra n te e d tn s expeditionary force, gives the total of
Sanitary reasons prom pted the In
r h a v in g h is n a m e a n d t h e re ta il p rice B ritrsh killed, wounded and m issing
of a new augar receptacle
on th e so le befo re th e s h o d le a v e th e fac-
He is being nursed by his | $4.500; 6.
to ry . T h is p ro te c ta t h e w e a re r n g a ln e t h ig h p rices from Septem ber 12 to October 8 as 561 shattered.
them then as m y faith in p a te n t medi v Hch delivers a sm all portion of its
for in fe rio r sh o e s o f o th e r m a k e s. W. L. Doiiglaf
alioee are alw ays worth w hat you pay for them . If officers and 12.980 men. The w ar office
Hogs— L ight, $70(7.50; heavy, $6 cines was limited. A fte r my sister died r'*n»enta through a spout as a valve
you con <t a**e fmw carefully W. L. t>ou«laa «hoc* are
I came home to Ohio to live and th a t Is opened by a lever attached to its
made. ¡\: id the high grade leathers used, you would then issued another casualty lis t received w ith an am bulance a t the b a ttle front, Co, 6.50.
understand why they look belter, ftt better, hold their
Sheep — W ethers, $40(5.50; ewes, has been m y home for the last 18 years.
shape an 1 wear longer than other m akes for the price. from headquarters under date of Sep
If ihe W. r. Douglas shnea are not for sale in your tem ber 16.
son, a dragoon officer, also was wound- j $3.500(4.50; lambs, $50(6.
vicinity, order direct from factory. Shoes sent every
A patent has been granted a Dres
The general was dining, a f t e r }
where. Postage free In the U. 8. W r i t e f o r I 11na sioned officers and men as having been ed.
47 years old and about this tim e I saw den inventor tor an application of the
Dressed m utton— 100;17ic pound.
i r a i e r f 4 H i n l o i «bowing how to order by mail.
W. L. D o t O LAS, X10 Spark St., Brockton, Mass. killed, 149 men wounded and 566 men w inning a battle at Bar-le-Duc, when j
of the therm opile for the di
V egetables — A rtichokes, 75 0; 85
M a n y p r o file h i v e m a r v e le d t h e w a j
m issing. Those of the killed belonged a spy notified a Germ an b a tte ry of his dozen; beans, green, 7 i0 ;8 c ; bell pep in one of your advertisem ents. Then I rect production of electricity from
S. S. M. o v e rc o m e s a k in t r o u b ' j *. T h e >‘X
entirely to the Royal Scots, the Royal
pers, California, 30-lb. boxes, $1.25; began using Lydia E. Pinkham ’s Veg co.tl w ithout the Intervention of a boil p l a n a t io n In t h e f a r t t h a t S. H. S. w ork«
DENTAL HEADQUARTERS Irish and the E ast Surrey regim ents.
In th e b lo n d a n d t h e b lo o d D r e a lly a m o st
beets, new, $10(1.26 sack; cabbage, etable Compound and I cannot tell you er, engine or dynamo.
i n t r i c a t e a n d e x t r a o r d i n a r y m a s s o f a rte rl* n
FOR OUT-Of-TOWN PEOPLf
local, lc pound; red, l j c ; corn, green, or any one the relief it gave me in the
a m i v e in s .
Russians Planting Mines.
Kaiser Visits Trenches.
People from all p a rts o
W h e n y o ti c o m e to r e a liz e t h a t t h e s k in
$1.500(1.76 Back; carrots, local, 85c first three months. I t p u t me right changed to Petrograd, it Is safe to
O regon ami W a sh in g j
P etro g rad —The Russian governm ent
Berlin — According to lette rs from (n $ 1 sack;
cauliflower, local, 75c w here I need not lay off every month .¡tstiine the Cossacks a re now ord er a n d t h e fle a h b e n e a t h a r e c o m p o s e d o f a
ton c o n s ta n tly v isit o tr
r k o f t in y b lo o d v e s s e ls y o u s o lv e th e
office fo r d e n ta l tre a t | announces th a t because of the presence ■
field, received in Munich, Emperor dozen; cucumbers, hothouse, 750; 86c and during the last 18 years I have not ing Ham grad and Lim grad cheese m y s te o ry
m ent. O u r skill i« ac
r e a r e w o n d e r f u l m e d ic in a l p r o p e r t ie s
dozen; field, 350;45c; lettuce, local,
k now ledge^, and on
p ro m p tn e ss in finish Finland and the sowing of m ines in j lines of certain B avarian and Prussian 400; 50c dozen; potatoes, W hite rivers, been blest with excellenthealth fo ra we-
In S. S. S. t h a t f o llo w t h e c o u rs e o f th e
:n g w ork in one da.
After seeing the dam age a m ere b lo o d s t r e a m s J u s t a s n a t u r a l l y a a t h e m o st
Yakim as, $25 01,27; woman of my age and I can thank I ydia
w hen req u ire d ia a p p ’-* Russian w aters it has been compelled detachm ents and visited the troops in $ 2 1 0 (2 3 to n ;
n o u r is h i n g fo o d e le m e n ts .
c iated by o a t-o f-to w r in tu rn to have recourse to sim ilar t^ e trenches.
The em peror conversed sw eets, $1.900;2 hundred; radishes, E. Pinkham ’sVegetableCompound for i t runabout can do a t the hands of joy
I t 1» r e a l ly a r e m a r k a b l e re m e d y .
p a tro n s.
no one questions the potency c o n ta in * o n e I n g r e d i e n t , t h e a e t t v e p u rp o s e
L>r. W ise is a fa ls e I
to o th e x p e rt. T h e re ii of Russian w aters, especially those t ° re la te th e ir personal experiences, A laska, $2 sack; Spinach, local, 90cfn have been a m aternity nurse and be:ng
h e a lth y s e le c tio n o f I ts o w n r a a e n t la l n u t r i
“ALW AYSONE RES'»
wholly self-supporting I cannot ove,
in e v e ry c allin g , am
A progressive move th a t seems a m a tc h le s s b lo o d p u r if ie r a r e J u s t a s e s se n
estim ate the value of good health. 1
Dr. Wi f lay s claim t ' the L ittoral archipelago, m ust be con- m ent, spoke in recognition of th eir c ra te ;
turnips, new, w hite,
$1.25 have now earned a comfortable little step in the right direction is the serv tia l t o w e ll b a la n c e d h e a lt h a s t h e n u t r i
'h is d istin c tio n in O re
sidered dangerous. In order th a t non- j services, asked w hether they had heard sack.
of “w ienies” a t political rallies. It tio u s e le m e n ts o f th<* m e a t s , g r a i n s , f a ’ *
gen. 27 Yean’ n p e io rt
home juBt by sewing and nursing. I
*nd s u g a r s o f o u r d a ll y fo o d .
W h a t w e c a n 't g u a r | com batants shall not run risks the from the people a t home and exam ined
N o t o n e d r o p o f m i n e r a l s o r d r u g * U u sed
Apples— New, cooking, 500; 60c b o x ; have recommended the Compound to guarantees a crowd.
a n te e w e d o n ’t do.
in i ts p r e p a r a t i o n .
A.sk f o r M. s . S. a n d
1X>W PRICES FOR HIGH-GRADE WORK.
G ravensteins, 86cO; $ 1; Jonathans, 75c l“Ot to tak e before and a fte r child
The banks may be holding money, l u s t I n s i s t u p o n h a v in g I t. A n d I f y o u d*»-
Good Red Rubber Plates, each
b irth .’’— MUs E v e l y n A d e u a S tew as S ecretary McAdoo charges, but our m a t t e r c o n c e r n i n g t h e n b d lo o c d o u a n n s e d l s k u in
The Best Red Rubber Plates, each
w rP e
K ings, 75c0i»l.
only regret is they do not hold more to t h e M edD -al I * n a r t m e n t . T h e . j*w
22-Karat Gold or Porcelain Crown
a r t , Euphemia, Ohio.
Prince Saved by Illness.
Prisoners’ Exchange Due.
i f yon w ant special advice w rite to
WISE DENTAL CO.
n o t a llo w s o m e z e a lo u s c le r k 's e|<v
RELIABLE PAIN LESS DENTISTS.
e t h l n g ' j u s t a s g o o d ” as
The small boy w ants to know If a i rt lu e n H. c a N. o v e t o r »* fo m
son of the em peror, owes his life to ; ent of R u e te r’s T elegram company
Peaches— 350; 40c crate.
dential) Lynn, M ass. Vonr le tte r will
o l y o u w i t h t h e s a m e old
Phones—Main 202». A 202».
he opened, read and answered by a savant is a man who "savvies?” Cor m in e r a l d r u g s . l b - w a r e o f all s u b s ti tu t e s ,
I B S Third Street. F ailin g Bldg Portland. Oregcr his attack of h eart disease is stated in says th e Cologne G azette has published
Quinces—$1.250; 1.75 box.
i n a l a t u p o n S. 8 . 8 .
ituman and hold la ftr ic l confident«. rect, my son!
S . E. Cor Third and Wa h i gton.
a dispatch from Copenhagen. It ap a m essage from Kiel, saying th a t 157 \ W alnuts— 18ic pound.
pears th a t a p arty of Turcoe were fir prisoners of w ar, men attached to the
Dressed beef — P rim e beef steers,
ing from tree s and shot down every B ritish am bulance corps, hsve arrived 120; 12Jc pound; cows, l \p a ,l2 c ; heif- I
P. N . U .
N o . 4 3 , 1914
officer surrounding the prince. The a t th e G erm an-D anish fro n tier for ex-1 ers, 12c.
sudden excitem ent led to the h eart a t change w ith an equal num ber of Ger- | Dressed veal— 1 SOI 16c pound.
tack and th e prince fell unconscious. man am bulance corps men held by the I Dressed hogs — Whole,
(« ek in g i Color m ore good« h r.-h ‘er and faster colors th an a n v o’her dye. One 10c p ackage colors silk, w o o l and coc.on equally
w e ll and is guaranteed to give perfect results. A*k cleaser, or w e w ill send postpaid a t 1 0 c a cork a rc \Y r u e for free
The Turcos believed he wa* dead and j B ritish. The Englishm en will trav el ; house, 13$c pound.
booklet how 9 u>e. L>>e*..n *nd nun colors.
i U G “ C O M Í A N Y , Q u ì a c y , I - ì t n o l a
I home by way o f Copenhagen.
I Dressed spring lamb— 120i l3c pound. |
Big Coastwise Liner Takes Eire on
Way io Portland.
S e lf- L o a d in g Shotgun
rX “ SIS?
L. D O U G LA S
A NURSE TAKES
Most Skin Trouble