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Ili.n.aUa. cur. loth
MONEY MADE BV TU R N IN Q AP*
P L E 8 INTO SW EET CIDER.
REDUCED FREIGHT RATE8
Tu »»>1 t r*mi «11 1x4nt* on lluiiMholil (•X>|a, ,,| «„„,
- im I » u I oiix /UI m
in fo rm . U-.n rh w r f'illy « l v , , ;
‘ Coast Forwarding Co.,
had. Or*. ln r * « a t T lx* | («i..lr Plant
In Ota NiirthwMt.
fanintry i « r v k r n
■irMiinUy. U m I 't n a l Pust.
Vaal, Pork, B**r,
Poultry, Buttar, Lggs
and Farm Produca
ItaMalrla Tren tina I joium with a
S H IP
tu tha Ok)
»cu rri o f 4k i n n of Hiiuam t Mulino*, arai
U * a . u r « l o f T U I* M A K K l.T PKICL3.
F. M. CRONKHITE
PO R TLAN D Y. M. C. A.
OfTara practical a hot* Uslntns In Cam* traction anil
Oparation » f Autom obil«*
ApaclaJ dataiUrl In-
furmatx.n fu n ,1* 1.«.I luirnrdiataly on ra>ju«at Kn-
tar any Um«. Addrvaa I ha K « « * . i r . r , Y .M .C .A .
Up To Data.
Hinter Busy's showing shoes of slick
M W ,
Buch aklll In showing shoe* our Sis
ter Busy shows;
Stifi shake* (he slipper* and the slop
Bo ahort tins aklrta that Suay also
Bhe aklmpa on aklrta and scatters cash
Bhe aavea her buttons; alyly aewa
Bhe ahyly aeee the bootblank on tho
And then ahe wonders »h e ro her
dimes have gone.
Bhoemakera owe a lot to Slater Busy;
Ami Otter girls of fashions that
Sometimes I wish that like the auto
They'd make a specially of akldleas
— Brooklyn Hagle.
l ’i[>e. Flume, Pumps, Gates. Weirs,
Tanks, Troughs, Silos.
cialize on Irrigation and Drainage
A Hint to Chase Himself.
Sapplelgh—Am I walking too fast
for you. Miss Kthel?
Miss Bright—Oh. no; you may run
if you like.— Boston Transcript.
s=====s C I V I L W A R
It Was a Powsrful Narcotic, Producing
tha Most Fantastlo
W . L. D O U G L A S
“ THE SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS S H A P E ”
$ 3 .0 0
$ 3 .5 0
$ 4 .0 0
$ 4 .5 0
$ 5 .0 0
Mashrooms ore dangerous enough In 1
S a v e M o n e y b y W e a r i n g W . u. D o u g in a
the United States, where those who j
sh o e s. F o r s a le b y o v o r 9 0 0 0 t h o e d e a le rs .
gather them and eat them prize their ,
T h e B e st K n o w n S h o e s In th e W o r ld .
flavor, and sometimes perish by reason ,
. L. Douglas name and thr retail prior i* »tamped on the hot
Large Amount Sold to Tourlste-
tom o f all thors at the factory. The value u guaranteed and
o f wrong diagnosis, for there are dead
Cround In Orchard Kept Clean and
the wearer protected again* high price» foe inferior »hoe«. The
ly toadstools that look ns much like
retail prices are the tame everywhere. They coat no more in San
No Waste— Fruit Hand-Picked
edible mushrooms as twins. In Mexico
Francisco than they do in New York. They are alway» worth the
and Graded Into Sizes.
It would seem that the mushroom sit
price paid for them.
uation Is worse than here, for while
“Tphe quality of W. L. Douglas product is guaranteed by more
Americans hunt mushrooms for food,
I than 40 yean experience in making fine shoes. The smart
One o f (he riost common sights In
the Mexlcuns have reason to regard
Myles are the leaden in the Fashion Centres of America.
them ns both meat and drink. Itcud
Ttiey are made in a well-eauipped factory at Brockton, Mass.,
months. Is the Inrgo quantity of wind
by die highest paid, »killed thoemaken, under the direction and
the following statement of what hap
fall apples lying under the trees on
supervision of experienced men, all working with an honest
ninny prosperous looking farms. Hav pened after consuming the sacred
determination to make the best shoes for die price that money
mushroom o f the Aztecs, remarks the
ing purchased a place with u large
orchard, 1 was determined to eliminate
A s k y o u r ih o fi d e a le r f o r W . L . D o n g l M » h o « « . I f h * can *
It Is n powerful narcotic, produc
n o t » u p p lv y o n w it h th o k in d yo u w a n t, ta lc « n o o t h e r /
lids waste, If possible, says a writer
m a k e . W r i t e f o r In te re w tln ij b o o k le t e x p la in in g h o w t o |
ing the most fantastic visions, and Is
In an cxehungc. When the tlrst upples
i h o t f l i f th e h ig h e s t » t a m la r d o f q u a lit y f o r th e | » r k « f *'
regarded by the Indians as a key
r e tu r n m a il, p o n ta g e free ,
begun to fall, the trees were gently
which, with their ceremonial, opens to
LOOK FOR W. L. Douglas
shuken, the apples washed, and run
Bast is the Nsrfd
them all the glories of another and
name and the retail pries
through a small mill,
- 00 $ 2 60 t $ 2 0 0
A tincture made by
stamped on the bottom.
. t- llougla* “ho* C
Tw o signs, tacked at elthor boun simply chopping up the plant arid al-
dary line o f the pluc«A facing the road, | lowing It to soak In diluted alcohol
advertised In large letters, good cider. for u couple o f weeks Is a most serv
It Swings Clear of the Mire.
It was amazing the number of gallons iceable remedy for nervousness, head
The supreme court is a great con
"A disgruntled telephone subscriber
we sold to passing tourists who aches and Insomnia. When chewed
servative force and the Judicial er would never make a good fisherman.”
stopped to get a glass, and generally (the Indians suy) It stops the painful mine seems to be about the only thing
"W hy not?”
wound up by taking u gallon with I coughing o f consumptives.
of the kind that isn't from 12 to 15
"Because he would complain In
Botanists say that the “ sacred much- Inches shorter In the skirt than It stinctively If he found his lino was
busy.”— Baltimore American.
In this manner tho ground was room” Is not a mushroom at all, but a used to be.— Ohio State Journal.
kept clean of apples and there was cactus. That, however, Is merely a
Lets Georgians Do IL
no waste. About two weeks luter we mutter o f bald detail. What Is Impor
First Moth— Why so tfcln and cmaci- i Mrs. Exe— I make it a rub- never to
begun to hand-pick, grading the fruit tant Is the action of the plunt on the ated this spring, brother?
ask another to do what 1 would not do
Into two sizes. All fruit available system. This Is attributed to an al-
Second Ditto— 1 was shut up all win myself.
was removed. Owing to the enormous k a lo ld principle It contains known a s ter with a young lady's bathing suit.
Mrs. Wye— But you would not go to
crop, the price o f upples was very unbalonln, which chemists say Is sep Not another bite to eat in the closet! the door yourself and tell a caller you
were not at home.— Boston Transcript
low. The neighbors were selling fruit arable In the form of white, needlelike — Punch Bowl.
for 25 cents a bushel, and glad to get crystals.
It, while our apples brought 00 cents
Thu plant resembles a radish In
ut tho grocery store.
shape. It bus a buttonlike top, which
Many more bushels were sold In Is all o f It that appears above the
Small orders ax well as bijr.
Ornamental*. Fru it Trees. Etc. all guaranteed.
the suiiie manner ns the elder, the ground, and this Is why It has been
Fifteen Thousand Order* Last Year.
signs tlds time announcing both the taken for u mushroom. The top Is
H IN G T O N N U R S E R Y CO., Tsypesisk. Wok
sale of cooking and entllig upples.
As the orchard wus uu old one
when purchased, some o f the trees the "snored mushroom.” Because Its
Crude Musical Sense.
Downed, As Usual.
’■'ere very large and the apples diffi use was part o f the religious ceremo-
“ That boy of yours Is constantly
Peck— Of course, like all women,
cult to reach.
These were the last nluls o f the nutlve priests, the good
you have an inordinate curiosity.
to he disposed of, being shaken off missionaries called It “ devil root.” An- j whistling.”
"Yes. He carries a tune much bet
Mrs. Peck— Got a curiosity, have I?
and converted Into elder which was other name of It Is “ dream plant,” be- j
ter than his sister, who is learning to I've got a freak.— Boston TranscripL
-old at the fancy price o f 50 cents a
play the piano, and doesn't cost me a
An advertisement [duced In sides the dream producing alkaloid. It cent for lessons."— Washington Star.
Œ /rvM a-h. Granulated Eyelids,
the dally paper, suggesting the use of
6 B r w . Eyes ir.fiamed by expo*
the elder for Halloween parties, not do for people unfamiliar with the j
Ask anybody about It— Hanford’s
sure to Suo, Dust and «la i
brought splendid results, and a bund
uickly relieved by Marina
on their own persons. People who
some profit was realized.
yekemedy. No Smarting,
have hnd It administered to them by j
To Be Expected.
just Eye Comfort. A t
The above method ought to prove physicians declare It Is a remedy for
“ What did you get for your birth Your Druggist's 50c per Bottle. Mcrine Ey#
profitable to anyone living on a main the headachy condition that follows
SsheinTubes 25c. For Beok si 1 be Eye Freeask
day, little girl?"
road. Every apple ought to make u immoderate use of alcohol.
Druggist, or Marine Eye Becedy Ca., Chicago
showing on the cash exchequer.
That the announcement o f this last
“ What else did you get?”
property o f the plant may not lead to
“ I got sick.”— Baltimore American.
A Home Strike.
LOCATION OF TRACTOR SHEC the conviction thut war with Mexico
Biggs— People are striking every
| Is absolutely necessary. It Is added
For any sore use Hanford’s Bal-
that anybody wanting to grow sacred sam. Adv.
Diggs— Gosh, yes.!
My wife haa
It Should Be Located Some Distance
just struck me for a new fall ou tfit—
From Other Farm Buildings to
flud that It Is easy to do so under
Avoid Fire Danger.
"Do you ever wake yourself up snor
Dr. Pierce’s Pel'ets are best fo r liver,
It Is u good Idvu to loente the trac
" It amounts to that. I frequently bowels and stomach. One little Pellet
three fo r a cathartic.
tor shed at a considerable distance
The teacher was trying to make his wake up the baby."— Boston Trans- for a 'axative—
from the major furin buildings. While pupils understand that ull good comes cript.
Getting the Story.
there are few fires about tractors, nev from one source. As an illustration,
To cool a burn apply Hanford’s Bal
ertheless there Is the ever-present he told them o f building n house and
“ My father enjoys the movies.”
“ Thought his eye-sight was getting
[Misslblllty o f one, due to the presence puttiug water pipes with tops In all sam. Adv.
the rooms, these pipes not being con
"H e can follow the piano perfectly.**
nected with the main in the street
“ K itty is such a resourceful girl.”
— Louisville Courier-Journal.
“ Is she?”
“ Suppose I turn on a tap and no water
“ Why, the other day when she’d left
cornea, what Is the matter?” He nutu-
rully supposed that some o f the boys her reticule at home she powdered her
nose with a marshmallow.”— Boston
would answer that the water was
not turned on at the main, but they !
did n 't On the contrary, one boy at
the. foot o f the class cal Uni out: "You
” 1 wish success were a woman.”
“ W hy?”
didn’t |iay your water b ill!”
“ Then everybody would know its se
cret.”— Detroit Free Press.
A Word to the Wise.
TREES SHIPPED ANYWHERE-FREIGHT PAID
Würk A. L. G A G E & SON
3 0 3 S p a ld in g B ld g .
SACRED MUSHROOM OF AZTEC j
OaiaoN V ulcanizino C ompany
muvwl In M l Ur U7 llu rn .M . Ut . fo r t
4 M! F
PliCFIT IN WINDFALLS
N#w taw give* Utl* when m »rri«*I prior to
K#m*rri«*l w idow « ajrain *
widow *]*> lwn«nt#d. W rit* for blanks. A nk
s h o u t ( o tif# d « r« t» » t r v lf *
H y m r ln n A W il-
m r , W a s h in g t o n . D . C .
A tramp knocked at a farmer's door
and called for something to eat.
"A re you a Christian?” asked the
good hearted country man.
"Can't you tell?" answered tho tnan.
"Ix>ok at the holes worn In the knees
of my pants. What do they prove?"
The farmer's wife promptly brought
out the food, and the tramp turned tu
“ W ell! W e ll!” asked the farmer,
"W hat made those holes In the back
o f your pants?"
"Backsliding," replied tho tramp as
he hurried on.—Christian Herald.
TAKE GOOD CARE
of the Stomach
IT WILL PAY YOU
Hector— Our collection today, my
Have Hanford's Balsam on hand for
dear brethren. Is fo r clothing for the
poor. At the surae time, may I ear
nestly impress upon you that, though
A t Last.
the collection is for the clothing fund,
Shelter for Tractor.
Grubbs— Binks says that at last he
it Is not necessary to contribute but is the undisputed master of his bouse.
o f gasoline, kerosene mid Inflammable tons.
Stubbs— He is, too. His w ife and
oils about the tractor and the tructor
family are away on a visit and the
Otir rr*<tnat«» a » oreupyln* anrtshla port-
cook has quiL— Richmond Times Dis
M»n*. Tha taarhlng preessa Is different from
“ You must realize thut you are the
ordinary bu.inaa. srhrwla. Thorough. Practi
cal. Individual. SC H O O L FOR M K N O N L Y .
Every Household Needs It.
A d d » . . Tha R egi.trar, Y. M. C. A .. Portland.
will protect them from any fire which
“ I do realize IL” replied Mr. Chug-
cuts, burns, sprains and bruises
O rason, and g . t datailad Information.
might possibly break out In the true- gins, “ every time I shove a gallon of
Hanford's Balsam of Myrrh should
gusollne Into the tank.”
give quick relief. These may happen
any day in any home and the prudent
"SI Hubbard told me that he got a
housewife will always keep a bottle
heap of work out of you when you was ALFALFA GOOD FORAGE CROP
A substitute for gold Is obtained by on hand. Adv.
workln' for him,” said the farmer.
"W ull, I allow he did," said the Especially Adapted for Sand-Hills combining 94 parts of copper with 6
Cause and Effect.
purts o f antimony nnd adding a little
Country, Because It Prevents
"It is said that the taste for frog
"Yas. Fact Is, I guess he Jlst about
magnesium carbonate to Increase the eating is increasing in this country.”
Danger of Soil Blowing.
The g e n u in e has Private
got It all."— Boston Transcript.
weight. It Is suid that this alloy can
"M aybe that is the reason why so
be drawn, wrought nnd soldered very many people are croaking."— Balti Stamp over the neck of
Many Like Him.
A lfalfa can be grown In moat sec much like gold, and thnt It also re more American.
Bottle. Insist on having it
H ew itt— He's a pessimist, all right. tions o f the sand-hills country, Nebras
Jewett— I should say so, he could ka, according to work done tit tho Vnl- ceives nnd retains n golden polish. It
Is worth something like 25 cents a !
sen the dark side to a blond!— New
rntl»«- substation, and It is recommend pound.
ed thnj where possible It should be
made to take the plnre o f Intertilled
One He Missed.
forage crops, because It would do away
Adam hnd his trlnls but he never j
with the danger o f soil blowing. It Is
hnd to face a Jury.
also of more value than any other for
age crop that can >e grown.
To Clean Brushes.
Experiments have shown that for
T o clean hair brushes, take a cupful
a r e d e p e n d e n t o n n o u r is h m e n t f o r g r o w t h .
thnt section o f country alfalfa exceeds
of cornmenl nnd fill the brush, nibbing
T h e ir h e a lt h a s m e n a n d w o m e n is la r g e ly
all clovers. Including sweet clover, In
gently with the hand. As It absorbs
e s t a b lis h e d in c h ild h o o d .
Its adaptability to the conditions
the grensc nnd dirt shake It out and
found there, and thnt It la more valu
yoar child is languid, bloodless, tired when rising, with*
use fresh meal till the bnish Is cleaned
out ambition or rosy cheeks, Scoff’s Emaltion is s wonderful
able than any of them nnd costs less thoroughly. This Is better than am
help. It possesses nature’ s grandest body-building
_ fsts so
monia, ns there Is no wnter to Injure
delicately predigested that the blood absorbs its strength
W rite about yoar wants in this line to
or loosen the back o f the brush.
and carries it to every organ and tissue and fibre.
Needs of Live 8 tock.
BUSINESS AND STENOGRAPHIC
When weakness develops
REMEMBER — — —
All Growing Children
18» Madison Ht..
P. N. U.
No. 44. 1016
Live stock need shade, water nnd
Purifying Wasts Water.
protection Rgnlnst file«. The animals
Waste water Is purified by a process
w ill not graze during the warm part employing cotloldnl clay nnd milk of
o f the day uulesa they are very bun- lime thnt has been Invented by a
First It In creases th e ir ap p etite, th e n It a d d s fle s h stren gth en s
th e b o n e e
m a k e e th e m stu rd y , a c tiv e a n d hesdthy.
No alcohol or narcotic in Scott’« Emulsion, just purity end strength.