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TRENCHES FOR DRAINS
Ditching Plows Will Prove of M a
Complete House for Only $75
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drivar la all that la naadatl lo arar!
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pnoa dlrael tram t o rla r y ut you la only |7ft.
Millmade Construction Co.,
504 H ood Strani.
The Mathews Welding
& Cutting Co.,
Wll E ra ra il Bt . Naar Ninth. I'ortland. Ore.
Portable Electric and Oiy-Acetylene Plant.
Itoftrfy «1 all Time«.
O i y A e n lr U iM W a M in f and ( u ttln f.
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hy T K a r w II, E ie ctrtc ity , O a jr-A c e ty le n e .
W elding oI Sheet M t««l. C u l Iron, Aluminum
fclc. Ho.Ur and M arin « W ork
A ! HO AfJICNTH T h « Hand^raon W lllU W eldH if
and < ut'Uif( ( o . hi la u if, IJ H. A.
lira «« W ork«, 3 l«t Hi A K « l / k A v « „ Chieitfo.
Apparatus for Digging Ditches for Tlla
Dralnsge Systems May Bs Ob
tained at Prices Ranging
From $18 to $«,00p.
(From the United Htntt-a Department of
Home form of trenching muchlnery
will prove a profitable Investment, ac
cording to engineers In the United
Siiiies department of agriculture. If
the landowner tins more than 100 rods
of tile drain to lay In soil that will re-
quire picking hut which Is free from
rock. I moiling plows that can he pur
chased for $18 to $20 will prove of
material assistance In such work. If
us much as 1,000 rods o f tile drain are
lo he luld the landowner will be Jus
tified In purchasing a hprso-drnwn
plow at $2G0 to $300. provided tlie soli
Is free from rock and large roots. The
Installation of r,.<NN» rods of drain tile
will Justify the purchnne of a power-
driven trenching machine for $l,f>00.
provided the machine can subsequent
ly he sold for one-half Its original cost.
The various types of trenching ma
chines are divided. In Farmers' Bul-
THE NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Special Summer Rates
Court Room, Single, 7Sc; Double, $1.
Outside Room, Single, $1; Double, $1.50
< Hath prtvtlrg« inriurird)
Room* with Private Bath, Single,
51.50, Double, $2.00.
iW licn you Itc fU ir r Aak the <T«rk for
Huiniiaar K e l t « )
Auto-liut M«*ta Tralaa.
AH ('ana from Union lU pot I ana Our Dnera.
NEW PERKINS H O T E L
(n r Waahlr.tftnn A Fifth Hta . PO RTLAN D . ORE
PARTS FOR 1-2
l'aria ovar &'i make« and modal«, at half the re c
ular pH ce
Huy your ua*d auto parta from an
okl-e«tabliah«d and reputable dealer, who hae a
reputation to protect and conducta the larircet
parla alore and rarriee the W irket complete ae-
aortmeiil of uerd a g to parte o f any company this
aide o f O iiraffo Our pricea are keaa. and for this
reason we outsell ail others. AJI parte are guar
anteed to be in ftrat -claaa condition.
M OTO R PAR T8 MFG. CO.
3?3 32& 32/ BURRSIDE *T„ PORTUIO. Od
Endless Chain Machine.
letln 008. n new publication of the
department. Into four classes:
Plows and scoops, (2) wheel exenvn-
tors, (3) endlesa-cjialn exenvutors. (4)
scraper excavators. The plows and
scoops range In price from $18 for n
simple ditching plow to loosen the flirt
and make hand shoveling easier, to
plows costing $300 and fitted with de
vices for lifting out the dirt anti trim
ming The trenches. The other three
classes are usually elaborate machines
costing $1.200 to $0.000, which may not
he profitable Investments for the uv-
cruge furuier w'ho has only a small
amount of drulnlng to do. However,
where there Is much drainage to be
done It will be well for the landowner
to Investigate the advisability of pur
chasing some trencher which bus a tie-
When not needed
fo r trenching, the tractor mny he easily
separated from the digging apparatus
and used In all the ways In which a
farm tractor Is ordinarily employed.
Investment and proper charges for de
preciation o f the machine. The Inter
est and depredation charges are con
tinuous; whether the inarhlriu is work
ing or Idle. The real difference In cost
of trenching by machinery and by
hand Is not so great as It Is often
supposed to be, but many times there
are advantages In having the work
done quickly or In employing only a
few men Instead of a large number.
The more ex’ naive machines will be
profitable If the owners can keep them
busy u large part o f the time.
PREVENT SOURING OF CREAM
Acid Developed Through Process Is
Injurious to Infanta— Keep Dirt
and Bacteria Out
Extra precautions should now he
taken, on account o f the warm weath
er, to keep milk and cream sweet. The
add developed through souring Is
very Injurious to Infants, and while
It mny not he so to older persons. It
Is very distasteful to them. Bacteria
will not sour milk unless permitted to
grow In It. therefore every precaution
ary measure should be taken to pre
vent them from doing so. by cooling
the milk ns soon ns It Is produced and
keeping It cool from then until It Is
delivered. Housewives and dairymen
should remember thut cleanliness and
low temperature (.10 degrees F.) will
prevent loss from this source.
As dirt Is filled with bacteria, both
dirt and bacteria should he kept out of
the milk hy using small-top inllk-palls
ami hy thoroughly washing and airing
all dairy utensils. Another important
factor Is to keep the barnyard clean
use plenty o f bedding, and brush the
cows dally, thus preventing them from
F O L D IN G C R A T E IS IN V E N T E D
Hinges So Arranged That Frame Occu
pies Little Room When Neces
sary to Ship or Store.
The bleu here Is to provide a crate
which can he folded for trun*i>orta-
Teacher— If a farmer sold five tons
of potatoes at sixpence a pound, what
would he get?
Boy— A motorcar.— London Answers
Butter, Eggs &
To IS* Olii Rollatila Evanllmr houaa with a
record a t 46 rears o f Square I)«a lin e , and be
as. u red o f
Top Market Prices.
F. M. CRONKHITE,
4547 Front St,
Sow good seed and reap good crops,
s e e
The seed drill soon pays for Itself,
s e a
Regularity of feeding and work
make long-lived horses.
a a a
In swine breeding we must consider
the slinpe of hog the nearest market
a a e
Prevent waste and mnko every
pound of feed bring the best results
The cow Is a living machine ; kindly
treatment entails less labor and In
sures more milk.
P. N. U.
No. 32, 1910
IV B F .N writlns to adrar.tiers, please
Uoa (hie paper. ____ ___________
Protect the birds. Give them houses
and shrubbery and they will work for
you nnd give you entertainment. Place
a pan o f water where they can drink
of Eureka Stumping Powder and now
I want to sell a lot of other powder
that I have,” writes Rudolph Stadcli,
Silverton, Ore. “The other powder
makes me terriblv sick when I try to use it, but Eureka does
not give me the least headache.’
Eureka Stumping Powder is one of the two
S T U M P IN G — A G R I C U L T U R A L .
Eureka goes farthest and costs least in blasting stumps in
dry ground. Giant Stumping Powder saves work and money
in blasting in wet soils.
Both of these Giant Farm Powders are made especially
to meet Western farm conditions. They are made by a
Pacific Coast company, with 50 years’ experience — the
company that originated all “giant powders.” Your dealer
can supply you; if he does not, write us and we will see that
you get the genuine, which has the Giant brand on every box.
Save Money on Stump Blasting
Our valuable illustrated book, “ Better Stump Removing,”
shows you how to do it. Send us your address on a post
card and wc will mail you this hook and any of four others
on Orchard Tillage, Boulder Blasting, Subsoil Blasting and
Ditch Blasting, that you care to have. Write for them now.
THE GIANT POWDER CO.f Con.,
"E ntrything fo r B lo ttin g "
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FALL TERM OPENS TUESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1 9 1 6
tion or storage. The hinges nre so
arranged that the ends fold down on
the bottom, and the top and sides fold
antler the bottom.— Wisconsin Agricul
Beatrice Amelia, the maid o f all
work attached to the domicile of 1111- I
kina, decided to link her fate with a
member of the opposite sex.
A fter the tying up ceremony she ap- |
proaehed her late mistress with all j
her worldly wealth and requested that
It should be kept In to r custody until I
(«lie d for.
“ I'll keep It for you." said the lady
In astonishment, "but won't you be
needing the money to spend on your Another method of securing the serv
ices o f a power machine Is for several
Amelia eyed her mistress with scorn
as she displayed her superior knowl landowners to combine In purchasing
and using It.
edge of the world.
Three things nre required of a good
“ What, mum!” she exclaimed. “ D’ye
think I'd trust myself with a strange trenching machine, namely:
man and all that money on me?"— must operute efficiently through vari
ous kinds o f soil; (2) It must be cap
able o f cutting true to grade; (3) It
One remedy with many use»— Han must work for long periods without
ford's Balsam of Myrrh. Adv.
hreuklng or otherwise getting out of
order. ITobnbly none of the plows or
scoops cuts accurately to grade, and
“ Virtue Is Its own reward,” ohserv some hnnd work Is necessary to mnke
ed the alleged philosopher.
“ Yes." replied the other fellow, "but the trench smooth for laying the tile
However, their low cost
the reward Is seldom more than 30 properly.
makes It profitable to employ them
bob a week.”— London Answers.
on work that would not Justify the
Got All He Wanted.
use of more expensive mnchlnery.
The cost of trenching hy machinery
O'Brien— Did yez convince Cassidy
thot he was In the wrong?
must Include, besides the expense for
Mulligan—Ol dlnnaw If I convinced operation and repairs. Interest on the
him; but Ol mod him own up to It.—
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LINK’S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Phone Main 5083
A. T. LINK. Principal.
Tilford Bid’,, Tenth and Morrison Sts., Portland, Or.
F E E D IN G A L F A L F A TO H O R SE S
Trouble Is Not So Much With Hay as
With Method— Too Much Makes
the Animals Soft.
K ill A ll F lie s !
“ Y e’ll excuse me, captain,” said
O’Harrity, addressing the commander j
of the battleship, "but is ut thrue that |
The trouble of feeding alfalfa hay to it costs sivin hundred dollars to fire |
wan o’ thlm big guns?”
horses Is not so mucb with the bay as
Daisy Fly Killer
"Yes, O’Harrity,” said the captain.;
with the method of feeding. Filling the “ Why do you ask?”
or « aoot
by «xprMi, pro^u. tl.LO.
mangers morning, noon, and night and
“ 01 t’ought Oi might save yez some HAftOLO S O M E R S , IS O O e lU lS A v e ., Creo 1:1 y e , N . T .
allowing the horses to eat all they will money, sorr,” said O’Harrity. "Sure
makes them soft and windy and causes and ¿ i ’ll fire ’em for yez for tin.”—
excessive urination. It Is so palatable New York Times.
Eyes inflamed by expo-
that they overeat. If fed In connection
cure to Sao, Dost and Mini
with English hay and not over 12
To quickly cool burns and take the \
quickly relieved by Marina
pounds weight, the horsec w ill thrive fire out use Hanford’s Balsam. Adv. |
EjeUemedy. No Smarting,
just Eye Comfort. A t
Your Druggist’ s 50c per Bottle. Marine Eya >
"So you have to wear your boy Salve in Tubes 2 5c. ForBaokeliheEyeFreeask
WATER NECESSARY FOR DUCK Josh’s
Druggists or Marine Eye Remedy Co.,
“ Yep," replied Farmer Corntossel.
Young Fowls Chould Not Be Allowed "W e can’t afford to waste ’em. And
to Swim— Arrange Dishes for
there’s something to be thankful for
when I think of what mother would
One way to celebrate Shakespeare’s
be like if Josh had been a daughter In tercentenary is to read him. But this
stead of a son."— Washington Star.
way won’t get your name into the
Little ducks should not be allowed
papers.— London Opinion.
water to swim In. but must have plenty
of water to drink and must have it
“ Has Jenks any grounds for predict
In dishes deep enough so that they
Jones and I started in
can get their heads Into It up to their
business together, and he has retired
eyes. They must not, however, be al hood?"
"Oh, yes. His own that he wants while I am still in the harness.
lowed to get their feet or bodies Into I t to sell.”— Baltimore American.
She— But then Jones isn’t a mule.
Good pastures, good tnllk checks,
good prospects for good prices— save
all you can this year.
a • a
Safety first—a cow and some pigs
and chickens when getting a home
established on a farm
a a a
Sweet clover, when grown on run
down soils, is very beneficial In pre
venting erosion and washing.
a a a
Give the dairy cows the usual feed
ing o f hny nnd grain night nnd morn
ing until the pastures nre luxuriant,
a • a
The millets make good catch crops,
but the seed should not be allowed to
get too ripe If the hny Is to be fed
to horses or colts.
a • •
The production o f milk-producing
feed on the farm at the least cost Is
an Important factor In years o f great
est profit from dairying.
a a a
two and a half feet below the ground
and two feet above, will make build
ings rat proof.
HOT WATER AND “ANURIC”
BEFORE MEALS—AND HEALTH
A ll people In America and especially ! instructed us that In case of sickness.
those who are past middle age are resort to Dr. Pierce's dependable
prone to eat too much meat and in con household prescriptions. These med
sequence deposit lime-salts in their icines as put up for sale by druggists
have never b«en recommended as
arteries, veins and joints. They often j "cure-alls.” but only as superior rem
suffer from twinges of rheumatism or edies for certain common and easily-
lumbago, sometimes from gout, swol recognized diseaset,. Had these medi
len hands or feet. Such people are cines been adapted to all classes and
not always able to exercise sufficient forms of chronic diseases there would
ly in the outdoor air or drink enough have been no necessity for organizing
pure water in order to sweat freely a competent staff of expert physicians
and excrete impurities thru the skin. and surgeons, to act In the treatment
Dr. Pierce has conducted experiments of difficult, obscure and comDltcated
and thoroughly tested a uric acid sol cases of chronic diseases, as Dr. Plerca
vent at his Invalids' Hotel and Surgi maintains in his Invalids' Hotel and
cal Institute which he is convinced is Surgical Institute. Of his home rem
many times more potent than lithta— edies the most widely known are his
this he named "Anurlc.” It can be had | "Favorite Prescription” for womanly
at almost all drug stores by simply troubles and run-down conditions pe
asking for Dr. Pierce’s Anurlc for kid culiar to the womanly sex; his “ Golden
neys or backache. It will overcome Medical Discovery.” the greatest o f
such conditions as rheumatism, drop all herbal system tonics and vltallzers.
sical swellings, cold extremities, scald for stomach, liver and blood disorders,
ing and burning urine and sleepless as well as his "Pleasant Pellets,” the
ness due to constant need of getting tiny, tonic laxatives, overcoming con
out of bed at night.
stipation and cleansing the system o f
Our grandmothers have told our poisons and accumulations In th*
mothers and our mothers have In turn bowels.