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BULK G R A IN ELEVATOR
Packing the Noll.
It haa been estimated by authorities
that a man weighing 170 pounds, wear
ing No. 8 shoes, creates a pressure of
14 pounds to the square Inch of sur
S DI RECTORY
face where he steps. A horse weigh
ing 1,400 pounds creates a pressure of
approximately 18 to 33 pounds per
square Inch under bis hoofs while pull
ing an average load. A tractor weigh
A C I T Y L I N I LIOHTINQ l Y IT E M I.
ing In the neighborhood of 1,800
Pilot Generators Installed. All kinds of pounds exerts a pressure only about
Huppllea J. W. Clancy l i t IB. Morrison Ht
ten pounds to the square Inch.
A O A T K C U T T E R S A MFO. J E W E L E R «
J.wi-iry and wali-h repairing. Millar's,
*66 Wash. ML, Majestic Theater Bid*
A U TO ACCESBORIEB
Motors, gears, bearings, wheels, axles,
and trailers. W e wreck all makes of rars
and sail their parts at half price. David
Modes Co , N liroadway and Flanders.
Motor Parts M fg Co.. 126 liurnslde Ht.
Parts for all cara at half price
DOO A N D C A T H O S P IT A L
Dr. O. H Huthman, Veterinarian H os
pital, 416 Kaat 7th Ht. Phone fCost 1147,
E L E C T R IC -T H E R A P Y
N A m . On.
i ( »»Murta» al Ua». O h
FRANK C. BURRELL CO.
Drs. MacPheraon A Williams. No. 122t*
Grand Ave. Acute and chronic diseases,
rheumatism, goiter and fem ale troubles,
treated by electricity.
OREGON F IN A N C IA L — M ORTGAGE L O A N «
U > U BuiMlaa
PO RTLAN D ,
For M ortgage Doans see OREGON IN -
V K B T M E N T * M O H TO AG E CO.. Htock
llld g ,
Htreeta, Portland. Oregon.
FOOT T R O U B L E S
T I m complete Electric Light end
P ow er Plant
Dr. O. O. Fletcher, 612 Morgan Hldg
Corns, Hunlone, Ingrowing toenails, and
Endorsed by more than 50,000 sat
isfied users throughout the world.
M A T E R N IT Y HOME
Mrs Hoffman, midwife. $60 00 Include*
everything 642 Ountenbeln ave. K. 1601.
M IL K A N D R EST C U R E —T o build health
and strength and cure diseases.
O ffice 606 Helling
liulldlng, Portland, Oregon.
O S T E O P A T H IC P H Y S IC IA N
MODERN APPUANCE CO., Seattle, Wo.
Dr. Ft B. Norlhrup— 10* Morgan Build-
Catarrh, Catarrhal dearness and
Nervous and chronic dls-
T W n i in lrr is r*a> Ionian. H u m writ* at.
P H Y S IC A L T H E R A P E U T IC S
(V tllY T H IN O FOR T H I O F F IC t
Dr. It. A Phillips, >06 Broadway Bldg.
IMaordera of the atomach, liver, kidneys,
bowels, goitre, high blood pressure ana
O ffice F urniture a A ppliances
E n g r a v in g
p r in t in g
4A R I M A U
r o o n o iN o iN G
f O §0
S A N IT A R IU M S
n»B4 • OA( |tsil*| FOBtUNO «MB«OOF
c o m m e r r unm o r st im i
FILING o c w c e s
En»t Hide Hanltarlum, 86> Hawthorne
care. Medicated Hath* and Mas*age. Diet,
Medb-al and M aternity cases. Home sur
SCH O O LS A N D CO LLEG ES
A N O BYBTgMS
W ill teach you the trade In 6 weeks.
Pay you while learning, get you a posi
tion. 214 Burnside 8L U
Fuller’s Telegruph School, Panama Bid.,
qualifies you for $66 to 6*6 positions In
W rite for catalogue.
M1H8 D E C K E R 'S P rivate Business Col
Almky Bldg., Id A Morrison Hts.
Hawthorne Auto A Gas Engine 8chool,
462 Hawthorne Ave. Practical experience
In overhauling and repairing every make
o f auto and ga* engine.
K A N T K IC K - K R A N K
FOR FO RD C AR S: — K A N T - K IC K -
K R A N K r„n be attached to Ford cars by
anyone In 16 minutes.
11th and Stark.
you can crank your car with absolutely
‘ yi our H ard-
no fear o f kick back. Ask
I f your
ware or Garage
man about It
SCHOOL S U P P L IE S
local dealer cannot supply you, write
direct for prices and full Information.
Northwest School Furniture Co., 144 trd A G E N T S W A N T E D .
Ht. Everything for schools. Also theatre
C. A. C LO TE D ,
chain», church furniture. Folding chairs 5931 46th Ave. 8. E , Portland, Oregon.
Central I .oca Hon. Beautifully Furnished
P la n e
o r e
I rack. AutoiMDiie
P lo it e y
c » w
I f a
I p f C
Puii biit stumpf
w in shipp trailer co ,
Clear your Sump land
ave a o llar
cheaply— so digging, no
expense for learnt and
ill the asoline a n k
powder. One man with a Forty to Sixty p*r ernt more mileaire on iraeolene.
K can rip out any Sump The P ettis Combination Manifold will do thin or
more- frequently more. For Ford and Maxwell
that can be pulled with the rar*, llurn diatilate «ucc«**f ully winter and »um-
beS inch Seel cable.
mer. Write for particular«. A »rent» Wanted.
Wo»k» by Irm a « — umr PETETE COM BINATION M ANIFOLD
prtnnpl* u a i*ck. 100 pound
62 Siath St.. Portland, Oreson.
pull no the low givra a 48 Inn
pull oe the Sump. M*d* al |he
Sues * ffl-»i«ri»lfn l ■■»»)*
bicakar«, Lodonad by 0. S.
W rite today for special
offer and free booklet on
I æll all makea of rar«. Low price«: «My term«.
1.il.ci t y Ixintl* taken. Every Car Guaranteed.
Lewis E. Obye, Gen. Mgr.
Grand Ave. and Ea«t Stark St.
F IV E
D A Y S ’ FR E E
W alter J. Fitxpalrirk
DEALERS USED CAR
T R I A L on * u * r -
anteed Rebuilt ma
chine» We areal-
«o «»rent« for the
161 Filth Street
Write for liookleL
Rebuilt T m r w n l w C e „
304 Oak u . F'ortUod. Or
Ideals That Uplift.
W e cannot revere anything lofty
without ourselves becoming exalted;
we cannot revere anything holy with
out ourselves becoming purer. The
character of our homage determines
our characters.—J. H. Jowett, D. D.
M O T O R C A R R E P A IR IN G
M A G N E T O SERVICE S T A T IO N
ALL KINDS OF
P R O M P T A T T E N T IO N
TO ALL ORDERSI
Broad way at Flandera, Portland, Or.
P. N. U.
No. 31, 1918
Glass for Spectacles.
Pebble spectacle glass*-* are made
from pure crystal quartz. Fine crys
talline quartz la found in every coun
try. It Is no better than good optical
glass in its optical properties, but Is
somewhat harder than glass, and when
well polished retains the luster longer
than glass. Ordinary spectacle glasses
are made of plate^glass, which la in
ferior to quartz In o p tica ) quality and
generally Imperfectly polished.
and a position assured. Stenography tele
graphy. accounting, shorthand, banking,
secretarial etc. W rite for catalogue.
MEN, W O M E N — Young or old. Make big
money. New article for home canning. Sell*
without talk. Write now.
Mfg. Co.. Tacoma. Wash.
I Skin Troubles
Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 5 Oc.
n o more n e c e s s a r y
than S m a llp o x , Arm y
experience bu demonstrated
the almost miraculous effi
cacy, and harmlesmess, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
Be vaccinated N O W by your physician, you and
lo u r fam ily. It l i more vital than houas Insurance.
Ark your (jiyilcian, drageist, or »end for "Hava
you had Typhoid?** telling o f Typhoid Vsccln«,
result* from ua , and danger from Typhoid Carrier*.
N e w H o u sto n H o te l
j Hotel Hoyt
Cornar Siath and Hoyt St*.. Portland. Oro.
LOU HIMKS Manager.
RATE8:—76* to *2. S P E C ]A L -Week or Month
BOY SCOUTS AND RELIGION
S o re
(Conducted by National Council o f th*
Boy Bcouts o f America.)
Hcoutlng presents greater opportuni
ties fo r the development of the boy re
ligiously than does any other move
ment instituted solely for the boys. Its
ulin to develop the boy physically, men
tally and morally is being realized very
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
The movement has been developed
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They regu : on such broad lines ns to embrace all
late liver, bowels and stomach.
classes, all creeds, and at the same
time to allow the greatest possible In
Authentic Bronte Relic.
dependence to individual organiza
An Interesting relic of Charlotte tions, officers and boyc.
Bronte, the novelist, has been present
The Boy Bcouts o f America maintain
ed to the museum at Haworth, Eng
land. It Is a traveling trunk used by | that no boy can grow" Into the best
Charlotte Bronte. Inside Is a label 1 kind o f citizenship without recogniz
giving the maker's name and address ing his obligation to God. Ax an or
In Brussels, and there Is little doubt ganized hotly, therefore. It recognizes
the trunk accompanied Charlotte on i the religious element In the training of
her Journeys between Monsieur He- u boy, but It Is absolutely nonsectarian
ger's Penstonnat in the Rue d'lsabelle
In that city, and her home at the Ha In Its attitude toward that religious
I f he be a Roman Catholic
boy scout, the church o f which he is a
member is the best channel fo r his
In William Dean Howell's novel, training. I f he be a Hebrew boy, then
"T h e Quality of Me’ cy” the dying and the synagogue w ill trnln him In the
repentant defaulter Northwlck ex faith o f his fathers. I f he be a Protes
claims “ That’s g ood !’* as the hand tant, no matter to what denomination
cuffs are placed upon his wrists. of Protestantism he may belong, the
"T im e flies!
Bid Clifford come to church o f which he is an adherent or
m e !" orders Judge Jaffrey Pyncheon,
a member should be the proper organi
In “ The House of Seven Gables,” tak
ing from his vest pocket the watch zation to give him an education in the
things that pertain to his allegiance to
which he was never to replace.
Red Heads Have the Advantage.
And again, the observance o f the
Many physicians of note are respon scout law, the tremendous collective
sible for the assertion that the red volume o f “ dally good turns,” and the
headed are more resistant to disease
creation o f better feeling among mil-
than less fiery haired persons, and Sir
Arbuthnot Lane expresses the view : lions o f scouts o f our own and other
that “ a disease becomes less virulent lands constitute a latent but powerful
In type when it gains entrance into and rapidly growing factor fo r univer
the body of a red head than when it sal good will and peace.
attacks a person with hair of a more
PERSH IN G ’ S COUSIN A SCOUT.
Take That Extra Forty Winks.
Dr. James E. Pershing, a scout
The sage observation that "It's nice
to get up in the morning, but it's nicer master o f Troop No. 1 o f Oklahoma
to lie in bed" is no longer a shameful | City, has been chosen to act as scout
confession of laziness. The British executive there. Dr. Pershing is a
ministry of munitions investigating cousin o f General Pershing o f the
tho health and efficiency of its work United States army.
ers found that too early rising is
Dr. Pershing has gone to National
headquarters In New York with this
letter from his local scout council:
True and False Freedom.
There are two freedoms— the false,
“ Make possible to him every avenue
where a man is free to do what he o f education that w ill be o f help to
likes; the true, where a man is free ; him in better preparing him for the
to do what he ought.—Charles Kings office, the duties o f which he Is to take
up. He has had many years o f prac
tical education, gained from actual ex
Slamming the Lounger.
Many a man's standing would be perience in the work with boys, and
better if he didn't spend so much time what he will probably need from your
office most is that help that will more
sitting.— Boston Transcript.
: particularly apply to the duties o f a
; scout executive.
Providence has given us hope and
“ He is coming to your city fo r this
sleep as a compensation for the many direct training at the instnnee o f some
cares of life.— Voltaire.
o f our most prominent business men
and they will appreciate your efforts
in his behalf. They have every con
B E H N K E -W A L K E R , at Portland. North- fidence in him and feel that he has the
west'a biggest business college over making In him o f the best scout execu
whelmed by call* for trained young men
and women. Enroll now. Take a course tive In our country.”
THE CUTTTS LA ROSA TO* Y, BFH ELEY, C A L
Tim e to Watch Them.
r»o*wcia* VACciNt» • s»au»» u*H* ». a. *ov. uc»a»(
The sagacious old New York Herald j
says there is no gallantry In politics.
Granulated E y e lid s ,
Oh, yes. there Is, but when the poll - '
Eye, inflamed by expo
tlcians begin to act with gallantry the j
sure to Sun. Dial and Bind
chances are they are getting ready to
uickly relieved by Marlae
bamboozle you or silt you In the back. ‘
ye Remedy. No Smarting,
— Houston Post.
juit Eye Comfort. At
Druggist* or by mail SOc per Bottle.
Eye Salve in Tube* 2 Sc. For Beet el Ik« Eye
VIED aak Marios Eye Remedy Cs.. Cftkage
Siath and Fverrtt St*.. Portland. Or*.
Four block* from Union Deoot. Two bloeki
from New l'ontofflca. Modem and 8reproof*
Over 100 outaid* room*. Ratea 76c to 62.00.
CHAS. C. HOPKINS, Manager.
‘ B O Y ■
Hides, P«l(s,cS E "f Wool & Mohair
Wt w»*l »1 w* km. Wrih fst Price» » iQ l*»k| T 1(1
T H E H. F. N O R T O N C O M P A N Y ,
Portland. Or*.. Seattle. Wn„ Bellingham. Wn.
Veal, Pork, Beef,
Poultry, Butter, Egg*
and Farm Produce,
to the Okl Reliable Everding house with a
record of 46 year* of Squar" Dealing*, and
be assured of TOP MARKET PRICES.
F. M. C R O N K H ITE ,
45-47 Front Stroot.
SCOUT LEADERS NO T EXEM PT.
From Suffering by Getting
Her Lydia E. Pinkham’«
Pittsburgh, P « .— “ For many months
I was not able to do my work owing to
a weakness which
caused b a c k h e
and headaches. A
friend called m y
attention to one of
your n e w s p a p e r
i m m e d i a t e l y my
husband b o u g h t
three b o t t l e s o f
Lydia E. Pinkham’s
V e g e t a b l e Com-
p o u n d f o r me.
A fte r taking two
bottles I fe lt fine
and my troubles caused by that weak
ness are a thing o f the past. A li women
who suffer as I did should try Lydia E.
Pinkham’a Vegetable Compound.” —
Mrs. J a s . R o h r b e r g , 620 Knapp S t ,
N. 8., Pittsburgh, Pa.
W omen who suffer from any form o f
weakness, as indicated by displacements,
inflammation, ulceration, irregularities,
backache, headaches, nervousness or
“ the bluea,” should accept Mrs. Rohr-
berg’ s suggestion and give Lydia E.
P i ukh a m' s Vegetable Compound a
For over forty years It has been
correcting such ailments. I f you have
mysterious complications write f o r
advice to Lvdia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co.. Lynn. Mass.
Deepest Lake In America.
A lake known as tbe Great Sunken
lake is reported to be the deepest lake
in this country, and perhaps in the
whole world. Located in the valley
of the Cascade mountains, about 70
miles north of Jacksonville, Or., this
lake, which is about 15 miles long and
four miles wide, is so deep that its
depth cannot be measured. It is situ
ated so far below the crest of the
mountains that winds cannot reach it,
and its surface is like a sheet of glass.
It is sometimes called the "lake of
CHI LDREN come from
ers. And moth
ers w ill certain
ly be healthy
if they’ll take
ing can equal
it in building up a woman's strength,
| ii. regulating and assisting all her
' natural functions, and in putting in
perfect order every part of the female
system. It lessens the pains and bur
dens, supports and strengthens weak,
It’s an invigorating, restorative
tonic, a soothing and bracing nervine.
Castor oil is good for children or
adults, and especially good for aged
people. A pleasant form of a vege
table laxative that is to be had at any
drug store, was invented by Dr. Pierce,
who put together May apple (podophyl-
linj, aloes, jalap. Ask at any drug
store for “ Pleasant Pellets,” and they
can be had for little money. They
contain no calomel and are of vege
table constituents, therefore harmless.
Doth W ere Satisfied.
A Missouri livery stable keeper put
his hand in a mule’s mouth to see how
many teeth the mule had. T h e mule
closed his mouth to see how many
fingers the man had. and the curiosity
of both man and mule was satisfied.
This question has come up several
Cuticura Is So Soothing
times. Recently the chief scout execu
tive received a telegram fro’ i the pres To itching, burning skins. It not only
soothes but heals. Bathe with Cuti-
ident o f a local council, ns fo llow s;
Soap and hot water, dry gently
“ Scout executive called to the colors.
In your opinion would he not be able and apply Cuticura Ointment.
to serve his country better ns scout
executive than ns a private soldier? X. Boston.” At druggists and by mall.
I f so, please use your Influence to have Soap 25, Ointment 25 und 50.— Adv.
him transferred to class B or C. There
Produce A rtificial Silk.
Is no other man available that can car
ry on the work at this time.”
An original method of producing ar
Mr. James E. West replied as fol tificial silk is claimed by a Japanese
inventor. The chief ingredients are
“ Sincerely regret Inability to do as vegetable essence and mulberry tree
you request. W e have followed policy ,
o f not nsklng special consideration of |
any scout official, regardless o f local
conditions. Paramount need at th is '
moment Is mi*n who can serve, and
the danger o f establishing precedents
Is so grent that It would prove embnr-
rnsslng to government fo r us to make
a request for any special considera
LISTEN TO THIS!
SAYS CORNS LIFT ii
RIGHT OUT NOW
You corn-pestered men and women
need suffer no longer. W ear the shoes
that nearly killed you before, says
O, little boy scout! so slim and trim,
this Cincinnati authority, because a
In khaki suit and campaign hat.
You're helping to win the great world wat few drops of freesone applied directly
And doing better than most at that.
on a tender, aching com or callous
You 've a packet o f w ar stamps pul stops soreness at once and soon the -
corn or hardened callous loosens so It
In a handkerchief box fo r a rainy day.
And a garden spaded to plant w itt can be lifted out, root and all, with
Corn, potatoes and lima beans.
A small bottle of freesone costa
very little at any drug store, but will
But, little boy scout, there’s more to do; [ positively take off every hard or soft
Open your ears and peel your eyes.
com or callous. This should be tried
F or the sake o f the Hag you love and
as It Is Inexpensive and is said not
to Irritate the surrounding skin.
Follow the trail o f the Teuton spies.
If your druggist hasn't any freesone
Over the country and through the town
W atch and listen and track them down.
tell him to get a small bottle for you
And for every one you land In the pen
from his wholesale drug house. It Is
You'll save the lives o f a thousand men. I fine stuff and acts like a charm every
—M IN N A IR V IN G , in N ew York Sun. j
TH E BOY SCOUT.