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22c do«, for fresh esrtrs.
12We lb. for dreaecd Pork.
11« lb. for dressed Ve*\.
12c lb. for livo chickens.
Smith pay» th» above price«. He never
charge« you commlaeion. You aret A L L of
your money when you «hip to Smith. Address
F R A N K U S M I T H M E A T CO.
'T l t fh t l n * t h « B e e f T m a t”
PO R TLAN D , OREGON
Dr. B. E. Wright
Have your teeth out ar.d plate and bridge work
done. For out-of-town patron» we finish plate
and bridge work in one day if necessary.
U dF & p......$l*
U M w . $1.00
_ — « « v r s Abu ut Ua,
Lst not care and humdrum desde*
«a to the wonders and mysteries amid
wh,'ch we live, nor to the splendors
W e need not translate
ourselves In Imagination to some oth
er sphere or state of being to find the
marvelous, the divine, the transcend
ent; we need not poetpone our day
of wonder and appreciation to some
future time and condition. The true
Inwardness of this gross visible world
hanging like an apple on the bough
of the great cosmic tree, and swelling
with all the juices and potencies ol
life, transcends anything we have
dreamed of superterrestrlal abodes.—
U S E A L L E N ’ S F O O T -T A B S
S lig h tly
Little Viola had dleveloped the habit
of holding her thumb In her mouth,
even while eating.
Mother had re
sorted to all sorts of methods to
correct the child and finally In despera
“ Viola, the first thing you know yon
will swallow your thumb, and then
what will you do?”
“ W ell, mother, I should hate to swal
low It because I’d have a heaven of a
time without I t ”
“ Why, Viola," said the astonished
mather, “ where did you hear an expres
sion like that?"
“ Well, well,” hesitated the little girl.
“ I didn't hear It exactly like that
mother, but I thought -t would sound
Pettit’s Eye Salve.
Good Robber PtaSa $5.00 smarting, swelling, sweat ng o f the feet
Healing to sore spots. The - urative prop
No matter how badly the eyes may
‘ ‘ pJE “f * !. . $7-50 erties ot A lle n ’s Foot-Ease (the nmisejv
Punless EitradMe 50c tic powder) are me ii< inall - combined n be diseased or injured, restores normal
A lle n 's Foct-Tabs tor the Foot-Bath conditions. A ll druggists or Howard
Painless Extraction Free when plates or bridge Positive relief for hot. sweating, sore feel Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
work is ordered. Consultation Free. You cannot and quickly remove ttie* odor o f perspira
get better painlesa work anywhere, no matter tion.
"Foot-Tabs for Foot-Tabs.”
Belgium ’s Fine Sea Front.
now much you pay.
Drugg sts, Xoc. Sample FREE. Allen S
The Bea front of Belgium, which ex
A ll W ork TuMy G u a ra n teed fo r fift e e n Y e a r s
Olmsted, Le Rov, X. Y.
H w n fe i
Dr. B. E. W rig h t C o.
Take ear at depot and transfer to Washington St.
WASHfNblllK'&TENTH STS.. PORTLAND
M&kart, the great Viennese painter,
was taciturn to a fau lt It Is related
o f him that once at a dinner party he
sat next to Mme. Gallmeyer for a
whole hour without uttering a syllab le,
when hie fair neighbor playfully
nudged him with her elbow and said:
"Come, Herr con Makart, let us
change the conversation."
She Deserved a Lathering.
Mrs. Hashlelgb— Something wrong
with your glass of water, Mr. Boarder?
Boarder— There’s a hair In the ice.
Mrs. H.— Impossible! I shaved that
How Matches Are Made.
Certain kinds of matches are ahaved
with the grain from sawed blocks;
others are cut both ways by saws. In
still further varieties the blocks are
boiled to make them cut easily. By
some machines a boiled or steamed
log Is revolved on Its own axis, and a
shaver the thickness of a match is
cut round and round. This shaving j
is at the same time cut into lengths
and split into match sticks. It may
be said that there is hardly a limit
to the varieties ot methods employed.
Round matches are made by forcing
them through dies.— Harper's Weekly.
C For A Infants
S T and
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature o f 1
Grand Scenery In Arizona.
Arizona has some of the grandest
scenery in the world;
Grand Canyon of the Colorado and
the wonderful Chalcedony forest, with
trunks four feet thick, cracked Into ex
quisitely colored blocks, being promi
Dog Forsook His Chum.
tends about 40 miles, stretching from
Holland to France, 1s paved almost en
tirely for the entire length, and forms
one huge, wide ocean boulevard. And
this, by the way. Is the moet pro
ductive of public works In the king
It is a sure sign of some
inward weakness when the
appetite commences to lag
and you have that M don’t
care” sort of feeling at
meal-time. It is something
that needs immediate at
tention, for neglect only
brings on more trouble and
often a long illness. Re
store the appetite and keep
it normal by the use of
Hostetter’s Stomach Bit
ters. It is for Poor A ppe
tite, Indigestion, Dyspep
sia, Costiveness and M a
Policemen were summoned by the
loud howling of a dog to the rescue
of another dog that had fallen Into the
river at Yarmouth, England. The sec
The Lost Straw.
ond animal was saved, and the first
John Smith fell down the
then refused to leave the policemen,
stairs the other day and broke his left
and spent the night at the station.
leg, his right arm, two ribs, his nose,
R e d , W e a k , W e a r y , W a t e r y B yea.
Relieved By Murine Eye Remedy.
Try one finger, and cut his scalp, sprained
Murine For Your Eye Troubles. You Will his ankle, and put his shoulder out of
Murine. It Soothes. 60c at You« Joint. But he didn't really begin to
Trains for success in the Industries. Like
Druggists. Write For Eye Books. FTsa
Provides practical and liberal educa Murine E y e Remedy Co.. Chicago.
feel bad about It till his wife asked
tion. Strong Faculty. Modem Equip
him If he waa hurt.— Exchange.
Offers courses in Agriculture,
W here the Leap Came lit.
Forestry, Domestic Science and Art.
Fair Arrival— But why do they call
Engineering, Commerce and Pharmacy.
this unplctureeque spot under a craggy
tree ‘Lover's Leap?"
Fall Term Opens Sept. ,
Her Friend— Probably because yon
Illustrated literature, giving full in can’t sit here five minutes without
“ I find Cascarets so good that I -would
formation, sent free on application.
a caterpillar dropping down your neck not be without them. I waa troubled a
Address the Registrar, Corvallis, Ore.
great deal with torpid liver and headache.
Now since taking Cascarets Candy Cathar
On the Installment Plan.
One day Robert Bald, "Uncle Bill tic I feel very much better. I shall cer
tainly recommend them to my friends as
how much do you want for those
the best medicine I have ever seen.”
pups?" “ Oh, about $X apiece,” was
“ B u t Uncls Bill,” said
Osborn Mill No. s, Fall River, Maas.
New. Handsome, Instructive. Up*
Robert, "what could I do with a piece
Pleasant. Palatal»«. Potent. Teste Good.
Do Good. Never Sicken. Woe ken or Gripe-
of pup V —The Delineator.
FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREES, t
ROSES. BERRY PLANTS, ETC
Free on request W rite now, men
tioning this paper.
J. B. P IL K 1 N G T O N , Nurserym an
P o rtla n d , O re g o n
“ The N ea l T J ~ U i 4 -
Cured M e " 1 1 U O i l
N o Hypodermic IntecUona.
Make<rthe skin soft as velvet.
Improves any complexion. Best shampoo made
Cures most skin eruptions.
Munyen’s Hair Invigorator cures dandruff.
Stop? fca'T fro m fa llin g.
Make-: hair gro w .
I f you have dyspepsia, or any liver trouble,
use Munyon’s Paw-Paw Pills. They cure Bil
iousness. Constipation, and drive all im puriti««
from the blood.
M U N Y O N ’S H O M E O P A T H IC
HOME R E M ED Y CO.. Phlia., Pa.
You can take this treatment at the Institute
or your Home, and your money will be returned
if a perfect cure is not affected. Investigate
this, it will only take a few moments to phone
us for Information. Personal and financial
reference on application. For full informa
tion. phone, write or call at the
N E A L
I N S T I T U T E
Phrtne. M a nha lt 2400
^ 154 H all St
P O R T L A S ’IX ORE.J
U nion P a in le s s D e n t i s t s
O u t - o f - T o w n Pe o p le
Ask your dealer for IM PERIAL
SLeold w r e a h e r that ©or forre le «e nraanive4 that
we eea do their entire C io è » . Hrdsh » ’. « Finte work
In a day if » w w i?
P w it iw l; po m i«»« extract-
l a « free when platee or bn4*ee are or dered. We re
■»ore the n<*t senairire teeth sad mota «rithoet the
l e a l paia. No stodeata. no nnoertaiatp. hat special-
L a d ” a tte n d a i** B.net eeteatific sad careful work
r a il Set of Teeth...................................... $1.02
Bridge Work or Teeth without Platea $3 92 te $5
Geld Grwwiw .............................TiJ-SO to *9 .2 2
S 3 .SO to $ 5 .0 2
Geld er Porc «data Filltnga........
Silver Fillings ........................
Bert Plate Med# ....................
Wo chargee for Pabkle«« Extn
1 w ort t> A uh l U r m
lm a U a .la l»K
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Sees nef <
NATIONAL GOVERNMENT NEWS
NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST
ENGINEERS W IL L BUILD.
C O TTO N CROP COMES LA TE ;
Canal Builders Will Also Erect Forti Falling O ff in Ginners’ Reports is N o
fications at Panama.
Regarded as Serious.
Washington — The construction o f
the fortifications along the Panama
canal is to be done by the same en
gineering organization which is build
ing the canal itself.
Such a decision
has been reached by President Taft,
Major General Leonard Wood, chief of
staff o f the army, and other officials
interested. In commenting on the de
cision, General Wood said it was de
sired to avoid duplicate organizations
o f engineers in the same territory.
A reduction o f several millions of
dollars in the total estimates for ap
propriations for the m ilitary estab
lishments, including rivers and harbors
expenditures, as compared with the es
timates o f last year, has been deter
mined on by the W ar department.
Major General Wood laid the final
draft o f the estimate before President
T a ft at Beverly last week.
Wood, said that the president had ap
proved o f the estimates, with a few
changes, and that they were now ready
for submission to congress through the
secretary o f the treasury.
ture o f the estimates calls for the con
struction o f permanent buildings in the
Philippines for the use o f the army,
rather than temporary structures, such
as have been the rule.
Washington— The number o f bales
o f cotton ginned to September 1, from
the growth o f 1910 was 356,824 bales,
round bales counted aa half bales, ac
cording to the report o f the census
bureau just made public.
total was 388,242 bales, the 1908,
402,229 bales and the 1907, 200,282.
Statisticians o f the census bureau do
not consider the fallin g off in the fig
ures o f the first ginning report to East
ern states as significant as they m ight
appear. They attribute the decrease
to the lateness of the crop rather than
to any cause which in the end would
affect its volume. Without having any
other definite information, they expect
a material improvement in the future
The season has been unusu
ally good in Texas, which fact accounts,
for the prospective larger crep there.
Purchases o f Egyptian cotton by
American manufacturers fo r the first
half o f the present year were only
about half the amount taken during the
corresponding period last year. The
figures o f the foreign trade o f Egypt,
just received from Consul D. R. Birch,
o f Alexandria, show that the cotton
exported to the United States aggre
gated only $3,945,012, as compared
with $7,208,732 for the flrstaix month*
o f 1909. The other important item »
o f exports to this country ail showed
SEEKS RATE C ASE IDEAS.
Panama - - In an interview Richard
O. Marsh, charge d’ affaires o f the
American legation at Panama, inti
mated that i f the Panaman govern
ment should ignore the wishes o f
Washington, the United States would
be compelled to occupy or annex the
Republic o f Panama.
Mr. Marsh’s statement was made as
a consequence o f the evident intention
o f the Liberal praty. which has a ma
jority in the assembly, to elect as the
next vice-president, to fill the unex
pired term o f the late President Obal-
dia, an anti-American citizen.
assembly was recently occupied with
a very heated discussion o f the matter.
Mr. Marsh made this statement;
“ In view o f all that the American
government has done for Panama and
its great interest present and future on
the governmnet should resistently re
fuse to accede to the clear wishes o f
the American government, that gov
ernment can only Bdopt such means a*
occupation and annexation.’ ’
The foregoing has stirred up some
thing o f a sensation.
Commissioner Prouty to Hear
ticism at Spokane.
Washington, D. C. — A ll
having criticisms or suggestions to
offer with reference to the tentative
decision of the Interstate Commerce
commission in the Spokane rate case
and the Portland-Puget Sound back
haul case w ill have full opportunity to
be heard before Commissioner Prouty.
Beginning September 13, Commis
sioner Prouty w ill conduct bearings
open to shippers, railroad officials,
commercial organizations and anyone
else interested in these two big rate
cases and hearings w ill be continued
until all who desire have been heard
pro and con. It 'may require a week
or more to dispose o f these hearings.
Commissioner Prouty says it is his
purpose to collect all new evidence,
protests and complaints relative to
these two decisions, so that when the
commission takes up these cases next
winter for final decision it w ill have a
full and complete record before it and
w ill understand the attitude o f all in
F L A TH E A D LAN D S OFFERED.
Government Will Give Opportunity
to Take Left O ver Claims.
Kalispell Mont. — Offices are being
established by the reservation land
locators and the holders o f numbers
first drawn have already put in their
appearance here to be ready for the
opening to special entry o f the last o f
the Flathead Indian reservation lands.
10 c, 26c, 60c. Never «old in bulk. The gen-
nine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to
The earliest arrivals have been fre
cure or your money tack.
quenting the land office and asking In
formation, but their number is not
large. Government officials do not ex
pect a large proportion o f those who
O f the first
P IU M — TOBACCO have chances to appear.
K e e l e r »b
it» P o B lt D e l / C u re d , 3,000 names called In June, only about
nly a u t h o r is e d K e e l e r I n *
ilu t e i n O r n o o n . Write
10 per cent came, and not all o f them
n tr a to d
c ir c u la r .
< u r e | E r J M 11 lo MOTIVITI,
accepted claims. Those fam iliar with
TH. l i t » » .
the reservation persevere
P o r t l a n d .O R E G O N II assertions that a great area o f land as
desirable as any that has been taken
still remains to be had.
W. L. DOUGLAS
HV r O c Ì 86 ED S H O E S
Fire-Fighters Receive Aid.
Washington— Brave firefighters who
risked death «nd suffered injuries in
protecting life and property in the
TH E STANDARD
Northwest, and whose small wages
FO R 3 0 YEARS
from the fight stopped when they be
They ere absolutely the
moet popular and beatali.*«
came incapacitated in line o f duty, will
for the price in America.
receive funds for their immediate
They are the leaders every
needs through the sympathy o f em
where because they hold
ployes in the forest service here, who,
their shape, fit better,
look better and wear lon
from directors to messengers, almost
ger than other make«.
to a man, contributed to give tem
Ih e y are p ~ . t l v . l y
porary re lie f at leas*.
most economical shoe* for yos ta boy
' are stamped
Dougl« aama and tba retail p
District Forester J. B. Greeley, at
on the bottom — vein«
Missoula, Mont., replying to a message
J T T U e t l If your dealer
▼ A K C ______________
NO S U S S T IT U
you write for M
MaU Order Catalog.
W. L DOUGLAS. I
“ Can use 1150 in re lie f o f injured
rangers and temporary employee and
in sending bodies o f men killed to re
A TRIP TO PORTLAND FREE latives.”
CUT S A T IS IN
Between 1150 and 1200 waa tele
RAINLESS DENTISTRY graphed to Mr. Greeley.
K E N ’S *9.00, *2.50, M 00, »3.40, »4.00, M OO
W O M EN 'S 68.40, »8 ,*3.40, M
BO Y S'$2.00, *2.50 A *3.00
T A L K E X C IT E S PA N A M A .
d’Affaires Replies to
Question May Be Reopened.
Washington — A substantial v ic to ry
for G n a t Britain in perhaps the tw o
most important points, a consolatory
triumph for the United States in the
other five points, with a prospect o f
another arbitration later at the in
stance o f the United States govern
ment, is the way the decision o f The
Hague tribunal in the Newfoundland
fisherie case is viewed here.
The decision eliminated the right o f
the United States to share in the mak
ing and enforcement o f “ reasonable
regulations" governing the fisheries in
the disputed territory, and it is that
qualification “ reasonable” that may
permit this government to reopen the
Stats Census Bulletins Soon.
Washington—Census Director Dur
and announced that the census bureau
w ill begin about January next the is
suance from time to time o f a sreiea o f
bulletins, each giving certain popula
tion statistics for a single state and i t »
subdivisions. The form of these bul
letins, which will later be bound up
to constitute regular census volumes,
marks a very distinct departure from
the method o f publishing census sta
tistics ten years ago. It is one step in
the carrying out o f Director Durand’ s
aim to simplify and make more ac
cessible the censue data, so that they
can readily used not merely by expert
students and statisticians, but by the
Lakes-to-Gulf Plan Aided.
Washington— The initial etep to»
ward the co-operation with the state o f
Illinois in the lake-to-the-gulf w ater
way project has been taken. The W a r
department has announced the appoint
ment o f a board o f diatinguised en
gineers to pass upon the proposed es
tablishment o f navigation from Lock-
port, III., to the mouth o f the Illin o i»
P e ln le .« K « t r a c t i o n .......F ree
Silver K illin g s ................ SO«
Ooirf PiKmae................... 7S<
2 * K. Gold C r e e s e ................ «1
Tsst Eastern and Western Coal.
P o r « « l. ln C r o w n « ............. S3
Washington— W ith a view to test
M olar Gold Crown. ...........B«
B rid e« W o r k , M K G o ld . . . S3 ing Western coel in comparison with
In la y Pills, P u r . G o l d ........ SJ the Eastern article, the armored cruis
Very Niee Rubber P I « « « ___ *4
■net Rubber Flats on Berth...............
*1 er* Maryland and W est Virginia, now
A L L THIS W O R K ■ O U AR AN TK K D .
at Mare Island, have been ordered to
Don'« threw pear meeey ewny. A Seller eeved
One vessel w ill be provided
Is two defier, earned. Our erlgleel relleble Medem re-coal.
with Western coal and the other with
Should the Western coal
R ^ f ó ^ H T C I S R s a . r . r 'l
gÜ L? ; pro— food, a mine fo r naval use will
M I M t o r t l U . K I» m tavw « « 4 . | bt 0OQffbt
O rder Given to Kill Talk.
Washington — Instructions prom ptly
and quickly to repudiate th* Interview
he le alleged to have given at Panama,
were cabled to Richard O. Marsh, the
American charge d’ affaires, by A c t
ing Secretary o f State Wilson.
Portland Bank Would Be R epository
Washington- -The Security S avin g*
A Tru.it company, o f Portland, has ap
plied fo r postal savings bank funds.