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Cure Y o u r
I *1 «
Dr. B. E. Wright
Have your teeth out and plate and bridge work
done. For out-of-town patrons we finish plate
and bridge work in one day if necessary.
M.W Cm »... $5.00
22k Bride. Tee» $3 50
Cold Fillw ........$1
EautiFihp .. $1.00
sa» Ulin«, 50c
Chin $5 00
Be* Had fakk*
P...U Eilnctk» 50c
Why? Because it is annoying,
untidy. And mostly, because
it almost invariably leads to
baldness. Cure it, and save
your hair. Get more, too, at
the same time. All easily done
with Ayer’s Hair Vigor, new
improved formula. Stop this
formation of dandruff!
D r B . E . Wright Co.
DAISY FLY KILLER KSLSGS3h£
m & Co.
SIXTH, AT MORRISON ST., PORTLAND, OR.
O REG O N G E T S HER C ASH .
T H IN G S HUM IN S O U T H .
W ork W l’l Start Immediately on O re Grants Pass Man Tells ot Project to
W ater 40,000 Acres.
gon Rivers and Harbors.
GERMAN / S
M lllln ,in t r o P h ila n t h r o p ic * W h o
Yean A m
W a i a H a n d le .
Herr Charles May. o f Berlin, may be
termed the Jean Valjean of Germany.
Millionaire whose time and money
were spent In doing good, author of re
ligious books and altogether a splen
did figure of Christian manhood. M a y
was just a few days ago branded by *>
jury as the perpetrator of many v io
lent crimes In southern Saxon moun
tains forty long years ago, where he
led a band of desperate brigands. M ay,
who is 70 years old. collapsed and was
put under guard to prevent hi* com
The charges were
made by Wilhelm Lebius, a trade
union leader. May sued for libel T h e
Jury decided that Lebius had proven
the allegations In a court at Cbar-
lottenburg, a suburb of Berlin
only was It proven that Herr May had
been a notorious bandit, but there la
no doubt but what he Is the author o f
a long series of cheap novels written
many years ago in which he describes
the deeds he had committed. Herr
May is a splendid linguist, speaking
even Chinese and Choctaw.
Portland— “ Everybody is too busy
in Southern Oregon to think o f what
the rest o f the world is doing,’ ’ said
H. T. Norton,
Painless Extraction Free when plates or bridge
work is ordered. Consultation Free. You cannot
“ Things are humming down ^our way,
I get better painless work anywhere, no matter
many settlers are coming in and there
I how much you pay.
. All Work Fully Guaranteed fo r F ^ - îh Years
w ill be remarkable development of
that part o f the state within the next
__/)of£_no/_c(anffg M e color o f the hair.
“ The Rogue R iver Irrigation &
342) Washington St.,
Formula with each bottle
Pow er company has just let a contract
Show it to jo u r
for a project which w ill irrigate 30,-
000 acres, although 40,000 acres are
Ask him about It,
Take car at depot and transfer to Washington S t
then do as he saye
contemplated in the entire scheme.
The contract calls for water on the
The new Ayer’s Hsir Vigor will certainly
Grants Pass district,
UL convenient, cheap.
do this work, because, first of all, it de
about 15,000 acres, fo r the irrigation
Last, all matt.
stroys the germs which are the original
Made of metal, cannot
season o f 1911, and water on the Mer
spill or ttp over, will not
cause of dandruff. Having given this aid,
soil.or Injure anything.
lin district, containing about the same
nature completes the cure. The scalp is
Of ail dealer* or sent
acreage, for the season o f 1912.
prepaid ior 20 cents.
restored to a perfectly healthy condition.
— Made by the J. C. A yer Co., Lowall, Maes.— —
“ The districts are being settled rap
ISO Del alb A. to .
vBfookiyu. I*. I«
idly and the irrigation ditches mean a M other* w ilt find Mrs. W inslow 's R o oth la g
transformation o f the entire country. lyrup the beet rem edy to uao fo i th eir chUdrea.
In many places there is sufficient sub l u r iu f the tcelh iu g period.
irrigation to insure good crops and the
N o t l a I I I , J i i 'l t r i i i e n t .
valleys are also productive without ir
"The next thing in order,” said th®
rigation. The new system w ill patch
up the bare spots le ft by nature, mak master of ceremonies, referring to th®
•lip of paper In his hand, "is music."
ing the whole country a vast field o f
"No, s ir!” savagely whispered tha
Many o f the ranchers leader of the band. "Not music! Th®
ESTABLISHED 40 YEARS
who are raising good crops without ir next thing Is ’Hail Columbia!’ ”
rigation w ill take water to insure
Taking his station, he scowled, waved
against a possible drouth and to in his baton, and the noise of the brasseat
W e want you to try this Piano IN YOUR
crease the productiveness o f the fe r burst forth —Oht-ep-n Tribune.
| H O M E FREE. W e want you to try it at
It tu re e While You Walk.
“ Irrigation was not considered feas A lie n ’« Foot-Ease it n certain cure for hot
| our expense because—
ible until a local company was organ m ea lin g, callus, and swollen, aching feet. Sol®'
A t the end o f thirty days the Piano
v a il Druggists Price 28«. Don’t accent any
ized and promoted a system last year. a mbstitute.
T ria l pack «® « FREE. A n d r e i
IT S E L F will convince you o f the following
Aliens. Olmsted, Le R oy, N, Y ,
contract for the pumping and water
I t ’s the best value on earth for the price
A F ir e D r ill.
was let to the Golden D rift Mining
"W hat kept you so late at the fao.
company and last summer the water
I t ’s M U S IC A L L Y and M EC H A N IC A LLY
was run down the main street o f tory?"
"W e were having a fire drill.”
Grants Pass to show that irrigation
“ Isn’t that something new?”
W e know there is so much real value in
Then high water came,
"Nope; the boss wns trying to drill'
one end o f the mining company’s dam
this Wellington Piano— w e ’re selling for $275— on easy payments—that
was washed away, the stockholders o f (t Into the heads of the men that I f
w e’ re willing to let it b e IT 'S O W N SA LESM A N .
S A L M O N TH E O R IE S U P S E T .
the company became involved in liti they didn't Improve the class of work
I t will tell it's own story to you— in your home— i f you’ll send us the
gation among themselves, and no re they were turning out they would be
Marked Six Years A go Are pairs were made. The local irrigation fired."— Heepion he*i
Please send me full particulars concerning this unusual Piano offer.
company is now part o f the Rogue
Caught in Traps.
t ie d . W e a k , A V ra ry , W a t e r y E y e « .
R iver Irrigation & Power company and R e lie v e d B y M u rin e E y e R em ed y . T r y
M u rin e F o r Y o u r E y e T rou b les. Y ou W ilt
w ill carry the new project through.”
L ik e M u rine.
I t Soothes.
50c a t Y o u r
lished theories regarding the habits of
D ru g g ist*. W r it e F o r E y e B o o k «. Free..
salmon are being upset by facts which
Eugene— The Eugene Fruitgrowers’
The chances of sudden death are great have come to ligh t during the present
•Sfoqgnq 000‘000'bffl J° mo OOO’OOO
S lim C h a n c e f o r H e r .
association has received another car
•‘Ofl ‘Pl-ioai aqj U| .Oiuiioo joqto Xus er among men than women in the ratio of season.
A missionary who was making hie
load o f barrels in which to store the
nvqr ‘jnog nwq.« Knipnpu] ‘ivaq.w sjora one to eight.
It has always been supposed that
preserved Royal Ann cherry crop.
As way through a backwoods region came
sjjodxa X[|vnuuB «a jsjg pajtuQ aqx
salmon returned to the river the fourth
each barrel w ill hold about 300 pounds upon an old woman sitting outside a
year a fter being hatched, but this sea
o f fruit, it w ill mean that they w ill cabin. He entered upon a religious
in a short time by using
son no less than 15 marked salmon,
handle about 180,000 pounds o f cher talk and finally asked her If ahe didn't
which were turned out at the Chinook
PLUM MER’S ITCH
ries, or 90 tons.
know there was a day ot judgment
In 60-cent cans only. Address
New Steel Bridge.
"Why, no,” said the old lady; ” 1.
ports from other points on the river
PLUM M ER DRUG C O M PAN Y
“ For over nine year« I suffered w ith chronic
Enterprise— The Troy steel bridge hadn't beerd o’ that. Won’t there be»
P o rtla n d , Or also are that five female salmon which
constipation and during this tim e I had to take T h ird a n d M a d is o n
is nearly ready for use.
Work w ill more than one day?"
an injection o f warm water once every 34 hours
had spawned have been caught in the
begin on the approaches this week.
“ No, my friend; only one day," was
before I could have an action on m y bowels.
H appily I tried Cascarets, and today I am a w ell
The bridge is 175 feet long and 16 feet replied.
posed that the female fish perish im
During the nine years before I used
wide, resting on concrete piers.
"W ell, then,” she mused, “ I don’t
Cascarets I suffered untold misery with internal
mediately after having spawned.
reckon I can get to go for we’ve only
pile*. Thanks to you, I am free from all that
this morning. You can use this in behalf of
got one mule, and John always has
P O R T L A N D M A R K E TS .
suffering humanity. B. F. Fisher, Roanoke, I1L
vCOFFEEt) condition, so that they could not have
to go every where first.”— New York
PUaaant. Palatable. Potent. Tasta Good.
TEA SPICES river and returned, and they are be 83c; club, 79@80c; red Russian, 77c Sun.
Do Good. N ever Sicken. Weaken or Gripe.
10c, 25c. 60c. Never sold in bulk. The gen
lieved to have been salmon which had valley, 81c.
uine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to
cure or your money back.
Barley— Feed and brewing, $19(ix'20.
JU S T RIGHT I spawned, perhaps prematurely, in some
H ay— Track prices: Timothy, W il
o f the tributaries o f the Low er Colum
i^ s n n s a n E E E K
M i g h t H e l p S o m e.
CL0SSET fl DLVLR5
ern Oregon, $22fr(24; alfalfa, $15fg)16
"It's up to you to do something to
Cove Pow er Company Formed.
grain hay, $17fdil8.
I TV".ar" Pr»P»/vd to undertake any leeitimate
h«Ip our Neighborhood Improvement
ietective work (both civil and criminal) In all
P N U
Oats— No. 1 white, $25.50@26 ton. parta o f the United State«. Open Day and N irh l.
N o . 28—’ 10
Prineville — A company o f Prine-
. r rm u . s*.
r w . oan.
32 » . im 1
“ I ’m for I t I ’ll make my daughter
H E N w r i t i n g t o ®<1 v e r t l e e r e p i e
214-1« Krer ■». Aa*. rOTUSO. 0MC0K
articles o f incorporation with the coun town, $2 per box; cherries, 6@10c per
sell her piano.” — Cleveland Plain Deal
m e n t io n t h i s p a p e r .
ty clerk here for the Cove Power com pound; apricots, $1.20(//>1.35 per box;
pany. The purposes as set forth in peaches, 76«ff$1.25; plums, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
the articles o f incorporation are the gooseberries, 6<fij6c per pound; cur
of Portland, Oregon
generation o f electric and water power; rants, $2(r/2.25 per box; raspberries,
to buy, sell and lease real estate and $1.350(1.50 per crate; loganberries,
t o (MPiovras
personal property; to own and operate $10/1.50 per crate; blackcaps, $1.65(31 Mein office, 12 North Second 8t- Mein M70; A 140®.
grist mills and buy and sell grain and 1.75 per box; cantaloupes, $1.750(2.25 tad lee Dept. 206H Morrison St. Main IM2: A 2064-
“ A lady came Into my store lately and said:
Phone or wire orders at our eapenee.
all kinds o f feed stuffs.
„ “ ‘I have been using a N e w Perfection Oil Cook-Stove all winter
Vegetables — Artichokes, 600£75c
The main office of the corporation
In m y apartment. I want one now for my summer home. I think
w ill be located at Prineville. The cap per dozen; beans, 8@10c per pound;
these oil stoves are wonderful. If only* women knew what a
cauliflower, $2 Keister’s Ladies Tailoring College
ital stock is fixed at $50,000, and is cabbage, 2J4(S 2 H c;
comfort they are, they would all have
per dozen; head lettuce, 600160c; green
Cutting, Fitting, Drafting, Design
one. I spoke about my stove to a lot
the m ajority o f the stock w ill be taken onions, 15c; spinach, 8(ffil0c per pound; ing, Tailoring and Dressmaking taugnt.
of my friends, and they were aston
up-to-date in every style and
by P rin eville capital. The officers of carrots, 85c0/$l per sack; beets, $1.50;
ished. They thought that there was
fashion. W rite for terms.
smell and smoke from an oil stove, and
the corporation are W. A. Booth, pres parsnips, 75cO/ $l.
that it heated a room just like any other
Potatoes -Old Oregon, 600175c per
ident; Warren Brown, secretary treas
stove. I told them o f my experience,
urer and D. F. Stewart and G. M. Cor hundred; new California, l% 6$2c per
and one after another they got one, and
nett are on the board of directors with
now, not one o f them would give hers
Butter— City creamery, extras, 29c;
the president and secretary.
R ED U C E T H E C O S T O F LIV IN G ;
up for five times its cost.’ **
fancy outside creamery, 280729c; store,
The lady who said this had thought
23c. Batter fa t prices average l H c per
Inspect Irrigation P roject».
an oil stove wa3 all right for quickly
Salem— State Engineer Lewis w ill pound under regular butter prices.
heating milk for a baby, or boiling a
Eggs— Oregon candled, 26c per doz.;
kettle of water, or to make coffee
make complete examination o f various
quickly in the morning, but ahe never
project« w hich are being developed un Eastern, 240i.25c.
25c. FULL POUND
Poultry— Hens, 160116c; broilers, 18
dreamed of using it for difficult or
der the Ca-ey act. He w ill be accom-
heavy cooking. Now—she know».
paned as fur as Bend by Attorney Gen
Do you rea lly appreciate w h a t a N e w
11c; turkeys, live, 180/20c; dressed,
eral A . M. Crawford. A t Bend further
Perfection Oil Cook-Stove means to j o a ? No
22 S 0j25e: squabs, $3 per dozen.
more coal to carry, bo more cormn# to t h «
steps w ill be taken toward reviving
dinner table so tired out that you can't eat
Pork— Fancy, 1202 12j-»e.
the old Columbia Southern p roject
lust liffht a Perfection Stove and im m ediately
• f t h « 7 — K to
V eal— Fancy, 100(1 lc.
r w y tenth m (
the heat from an Intenae blue flam e ahoote
From there the state engineer w ill go
up to t h « bottom o f P~t, kettle or oven. But
Lambs— Choice, llO lllD e .
south to examine the work o f the Des
the room isn’t heated. There is no smoke, no
smell, no outside heat, no drudgery in t h «
N e w P erfectio n .
chutes Land company p roject which
kitchca w here one o f these e t o y «« to used.
California, $5.500/ 5.75; good to choice,
includes 30,000 acres.
He w ill then
Eastern Oregon and valley, $6.4001
leave to make an examination o f the
6.f0; fa ir to medium, $4.260(4.75;
• fie C o w i $ 5 . t
Paisley project o f 12,000 acres.
cows and heifers, good to choice, $4.60
6.14 r,u i»t* L i
fit5; fa ir to medium,
(»ewel filiere 1.1
State Gives 6,000 Acres,
bulla, $30/4; »tags, $3.500(6; calves,
Salem— The state has deeded to the light, $5.760/6.76; heavy, $40/6.
Federal government 6,000 acres o f land
Hogs- Top, $90(10; fa ir to medium,
•«•I *»«ker _
in Crook county, formerly embraced in $8.500/9.40.
It has 8 Cabinet Top with a shelf for keeping pletes and food hot. The
the Columbia Southern p roject The
Sheep Best wethers, 94.4004.60; •a w a wm, i
■lekel finish, with the bright blue o f the chimneys, makes tha stove ornamental
« « T MffTMOO«
land was patented to the state on the beat ewes, $4024.25; lambs, choice,
and 1 f~
Made with 1, > and 3 burners; the 8 and »-burner stoves
strength o f certificates that the land $3.600/6; fair, $4.76026.26.
can be had with or without Cabinet.
had been irrigated.
Hope— 1909 crop, 100/12c, according - iW
iS S ft
Every Sealer everywhere; If not at yovre, write fa* Descriptive (
When the government learned that te quality; olds, nominal; 1910 con
to the s e r ver as eocy c f the
the land had not been irrigated, suit to tracts, 130/13 H e nominal.
IM CO W PO ® A TB D
recover was threatened.
To head off
Wool— Eastern Oregon, 140217c per
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the impending litigation, the stats has pound;
reconveyed the land to the government. choice, 320(33c.
K u h h tt
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE
Now that the president has signed
the rivers and harbors bill, engineer
officers o f the Oregon districts are
making active preparations to carry on
the work made possible by the appro
priations allotted to these districts by
congress. In all the appropriations
made for these districts amount to
$2,373,800 for maintenance and im
provements. The list o f appropriations
is as follow s:
Improvements at Coos Bay, $400,-
000; improvement o f Tillamook bay
and bar, $5,000; improvement o f Clats-
kanie river, $5,200; improvement o f
Coos river, $3,000; improvement o f
Siuslaw river, $50,000; improvement
o f W illam ette river in regard to buying
present locks or building new ones,
$300,000; improvement of W illam ette
and Yam hill rivers, $60,000; improve-
men . o f Columbia and lower W illam
ette rivers, $175,000; impovement of
Columbia river, $1,200,000, including
repairs and operation o f dredge; for
gauging waters o f Columbia river and
measuring tidal and river volume,
improvement o f Columbia,
Washington, $10,000; improvement of
Columbia at Cascade, $5,000; improve
ment o f Columbia and tributaries
above Celilo falls to the mouth o f the
Snake river, Oregon and Washington,
$90,000; improvement o f Snake river,
Oregon, Washington and Idaho, $26,-
000; improvement o f Cowlitz and Lew
is rivers, Washington, $34,100; and
improvement o f Grays river, Washing
It is expected these amounts will
carry on the government work at the
places designated for the fiscal year
beginning July 1.
ITCH CAN BE CURED
PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT CO.
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A Storekeeper Says:
43 1-2 Eleventh St.
NOW m TIME
P e r / é ç f io it
O i l C o o k -s t o v e
Standard Oil Company
n ie « Dent___
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