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FRANK C. BURRELL CO.
O REG O N
Hlmplft In construction, durable, de
pendable and efficient In operation.
M EG. J E W E L E R S
J e w e lry and w atch rep airin g
M iliar’ *,
*66 W ash. Ml . MaJaatlr T h e a te r lllrlg
AUTO A C C ESS O R IES
M>,lor», gears, bearing#. w h .f l« , axlaa,
W a wrack a lt m akaa o f cara
and aall th alr parta a t h alf p ric e ,i D avid
M odes Co., N. B ro ad w ay and Flanders.
M oto r P arta M fg C o , 126 Burnalda 8t.
P a rta fo r all rara a t h a lf prtca.
C H IR O P R A C T O R — D R U O L E S S
M IN T
DR. R AYM O N D E. W A IT E R S
Acculi" and (Tirante Caaea. Chi
ropractic ia the m e t Helentlfte
met Inal of treating dlaeaee. 906-4
Hwetlaml Ridir.. I orner Sth and
P OO A N P C A T
H O S P IT A L
Dr. O. H. H uth m an, V e te rin a ria n H o s
pital, 4IS E a s t 7th St. Phon e E a s t 1847,
P H _Y S I(C IA N
R heum atism , C onstip ation, N e r v e and
Htom arh trouble.
Dr. E ln a Sorenson,
608 p an am a Bldg.
ia i nr tarmar;.
Drs. M acP b eraon A W illiam s. No. 122>4
G rand A va. A c u te and chron ic dlaeaaea,
rheum atism , g o ite r and fe m a le trou b le«,
treated by e le c tric ity .
F IN A N C IA L — M O R TG A G E LO A N S
N O R T O N IA H O T E L
P O R TLA N D . ORE.
Central location. Beautifully Furnished
F o r M o rtg a g e Loan s aee O R E G O N I N
V E S T M E N T A M O R T G A G E C O , Stock
E xch a n g e
R l d g . T h ir d
Y am h ill
H trerts, P ortlan d , Oregon.
FOOT T R O U B L E S
11th and Stark.
Dr. O. O. F letch er, 612 M orga n Bldg.
Corns, Bunions, In g ro w in g toen ails, and
arch sp ecialist.
M A T E R N IT Y HOM E
M r » H o ffm a n , m id w ife. $80.00 Includes
e v e r y th in g
S42 G antenbeln nve
M IL K A N D R E S T C U R E — T o build health
and stren gth and cure diseases.
M oore Sanitariu m .
O ffic e 808 S ellin g
B uilding, P ortla n d , Oregon.
O P T O M E T R IS T A N D O P T IC IA N
G LAH H E H A T ^ A S A v T n O ^
I s o lic it your pu tron age on the
basis o f ca t able s e rv ic e and
rengonable charges. Thousands
o f sa tis fie d patrons. A tr ia l w ill convince,
('h a s W . G oodm an, o p to m etrist, 209 MOr-
_ _ _ _ _ _
O S T E O P A T H IC P H Y S IC IA N
Dr. R. B. N o rth ru p —808 M orgon B u ild
C atarrh , C a ta rrh a l dearness and
K hrum atlam .
N e rv o u s and ch ron ic dla-
l aaa— .
P H Y S I C A L T H E R A P g U T IC S
I 2 - Z
D r R A^ Phillips," ¿US H ro a d w a jT B ld g !
D isord ers o f th * stom ach, liv e r, kidneys,
bow els, go itre , high blood pressure and
fe m a le disorders. ___________________________
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SA N IT A R IU M S
AVA. N S M I I
W . H . W A L L IN G F O R D ,
S T A T E D IS T R IB U T O R
P O R TLAN D , CRE
Are You In Trouble?
The Problems of Life:
F a s t Hide S an itariu m , 868 H a w th o rn e
M o d e m ly equipped
ears M i . i i . nt>-<i P a th s sad K i a a g a Died;
M ed ical and M a te r n ity cases. H o m e s u r
SCHOOLS AN D COLLEGES
W ill teach you th e trad e In 8 weeka.
I P a y you w h ile learn in g, g e t you a post*
234 Hurnalde Ht. B _______________
F u lle r's T e le g r a p h School, P a n a m a Bid.,
q u a lifie s you fo r $66 to $86 p ositions In
snort tim e. W r ite fo r catalogu e.
Fear, Worries, Sorrows, Love, Domes
M IS S D K C K E R 'S P r iv a t e B usiness C o l
A lla k y B ld g , 3d A M orrison Sta.
tic and Business Affaira, SOLVED;
Nervous, Mental and Psychical Dis
H a w th o rn e A u to A Gas E n g in e School,
I 462 H a w th o rn e A v e . P r a c t ic a l exp erien ce
eases, T R E A T E D ; and
In o verh a u lin g and re p a irin g e v e r y m ake
Your Natural "P la ce”— Vocation— o f au to and g a s engine. O x y a c e ty len e
w eld in g
on Earth. FOUND by the
PE R S O N A L TR O U B LE S P E C IA LIS T S C H O O L S U P P L I E S
N o rth w e s t School F u rn itu re Co., 244 fr d
Ht. E v e r y th in g fo r school#
A ls o th ea tre
’ chairs, church fu rn itu re.
F o ld in g chairs
W rit« your trou h i « or wanU. Encloaa 8 rent
S W E D IS H M A S SEU R
stamp. Ad<lr«**ui P. O. box 567. Portland, Oragtm. ^^V\AFVNA/VNA/WNA/\/WWV\A^\/\A^b/4
H aaaelatrom ,
612 D ekum
M ed ical G ym n ast. T r e a t s e v e r y kind o f
stom ach trouble and n erve d isord er s a tis
fa c to rily .
DR. A L Z A M O N IR A LU CAS,
Psycho-Analyst and V ocation al D irector.
538-9 M organ Building.
Double Yeur^Efficiencv at a Sin*le Coot.
W ATT SHIPP TRAILER CO.,
M ake m o re M o n e y
P u ll b iij s tu m p s
T 1 V h a n d
Clear your itump land
cheaply — no digging, no
expente fo r te a m i and
powder. One man with a
K can rip out any »tump
that can be pulled with the
betl inch Seel cable.
Work» by lerrrap- — sun*
principle u • ieck. 100 pound
pull on the lort *ivn a 48 lon
ull on the Sump. Made of the
kata. Lndunad by U. S.
PO W TR.
tu m p
u lle r
W r ite today for special
o ffe r and free b ooklet on
Len d Clearing.
’• W alter J. Fitzpatrick
181 Fifth Street
O F F IC E
MORE BEE COLONIES NEEDED
P a c ific
U n iv e r s ity
FO R EST G R O VE , OREGON.
Twenty-six miles from Portland.
Beautiful campus of 30 acres. Five
'P re p a red by th# U nited Slate# D epart
Notable Conservatory of Music. Fall
m ent o f A gricu ltu re >
About 250,000,000 pound* of honey term opens Sep. 17. W rite for bulletins.
are produced unnuitlly In the United F IV E D A Y S ’ FREE T R I A L on guar-
ftnteed Rebuilt ma
Hint c m , California being the leading
chines. We are al-
»tut« lu the production of this sweet.
Honey production In this country
could be Increased largely—ten or
W rit* for booklet.
twenty times the present yield—with
out an appreciable Increase In the cost
Rdsnil Tfsrwntrr («.,
o f production, for the raw umterlul—
304 Oak M-. r«tl»4. Or.
the nectar In flowers 1* at certain
times practically unlimited. To pro
duce more honey we Just need more
colonies o f bees pro|wrly managed.
Sixth and Everett Sts.. Portland. Ore.
The prnponltiou Is very simple to state,
hut decidedly difficult to execute. Suc Four blocks from Union DoooL Two blocki
from New i'oatofbce. Modem and fireproof
cessful beekeeping requires a high de Over 100 outside rooms. Ratos 76c to 12.00.
gree o f skill, speclul training, und
CH AS. C. HO PK IN S, Manager.
faithful, persistent attention to the
'•«»loess, so any marked increase In
N w Both
A b a o te t»!;
Nucce»sful beekeeping hinges upon ed 200 Room «
D ep ot»
ucational work nmong present aud pro
spec five beekeepers.
Losses by Disease.
Losses o f bees by disease, principal
ly foulbrood, range during the summer
Ceree* Sixth end H ey« St*.. Portland. Ore.
Tom nothing to 10 |>er cent. Winter
LOU HIMES. Manager.
losses o f bees range from 10 to 15 per RATE8:-76e to XL SPE C IAL—Week .’or Month
cent, und In some stair*» the loss was
almost 50 per cent during the winter
o f 1010-17.
Winter losses may be B E H N K E - W A L K E R , a t P ortlan d. N o r th
w e s t’ s bisrgeat business colle g e o v e r
gn-atly reduced by more ca,eful at w
helm ed by calls fo r trained youn g men
tentlon. The honey production busi and women. E n roll now. T a k e a course
a position assured. S ten ogra ph y te le
ness, commercially, is getting more and and
grap h y. accounting, shorthand, b ack in g,
inure In the hands of specialists be se cre ta ria l etc. w r it e fo r catalogue.
cause disease and winter losses dis
M E N , W O M E N — Y ou n g or old. Make b ig
courage many who nre untrained and
money. New article for home canning. Sells
without talk. W rit* now.
unable to prevent these losses by prop
M f*. Co.. Tacoma. Wash.
Honey became established some IM i c I i Un Tims I Ask me how you car, make
w a iic HU IIHIC. «JO to 86 daily. Carycroft Co.
years ago as a seasonal product rtther Box 281, Portland, Ore.
than a staple food for use throughout
the year. The hulk of the honey was
Ancient “ Breadfather.”
produced by farmers as a side line,
Of what great importance the loaf,
the beea were given little atteutlon and which before 1200 was the name of
the honey wus produced ut little ex bread, was a daily food can be In
iK-nse. The crop was marketed at low ferred from its relation with the word
prices during the autumn and stocks “ lord.” For lord, A. S. hlaford (hlaf,
were usually exhausted during the win bread, loaf; weard, a keeper), is prob
There was little demand nnd ably a contraction of blaf-weard, liter
pructlcnl!y no supply, during the ally ‘‘loaf-ward’’ and therefore, origin
ally signified the keeper or dispenser
spring nnd summer. But honey Is now
of bread— In short, the breadfather. to
hundled in a large way as a staple food whom the members of the family had
to apply for their daily bread.
Produced In Three Forms.
Honey Is produced In three forms:
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
Comb honey, In one-pound sections as Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. They xcgu-
commonly retailed; extracted or liquid late liver, bowels and stomach.
honey, which has been removed from
the comb; hulk or "chunk” honey. In
W e’ve noticed one thing. Spontane
which the comb Is more or less mixed
with the liquid honey. From 1914 to ous combustion never starts a fire in
1917 the production of liquid honey the kitchen stove.— Browning's Maga
hns Increased In proportion to the com
mercial output of comb and chunk
honey. The bees are able to produce a
E y e s in fls m e d jb y ^ w p o -
larger quuntlty of honey, If they are
not compelled to build a comb for It.
nnd when the comb Is emptied nnd re
placed In the hive the bees nre able. In
just Eye Comfort. At
periods o f heavy nectar secretion, to D
ruggì *ts or by mail 50c per Bottle. Merlos
proceed Immediately to the storage of l ys Salve in Tube« 25c.
‘ ta .,
New Houston Hotel
Keeping Manure Busy.
The only effective way to keep ma
nure busy at Its nppolnted work Is
to get It back to the land at the ear
liest possible moment
Ideal For Baby’s Skin
Hides, Pelts, CS £ & * Wool & M o ta
1« rat al ym km. Write ter hieM'aaQkteM Tap*
T H E H. F. N O R TO N ! COM P A N T ,
S H IP
Beat Equipped O ffice»
and Laboratory. A ll work
207 Morgan Bldg.. Wash
ing at Broadway.
D E A L E R S U SED C A R
I Hell all makes of cars. Ixiw prices: easy terms.
Liberty bonds taken. Every Car Guaranteed.
Lewis E. Obye, Gen. Mgr.
Grand Aee. and East Stark St.
Our doubts are traitors and make us
lose the good we oft might win by
fearing to attempt.— Shakespeare.
setts last summer nnd which Is one
o f the most destructive Insect pests
o f corn, Is reported to be spreading
rapidly to other neighboring localities.
The most vigorous and energetic-ac
tion possible will be required on the
part o f farmers nnd gardeners, county
agents and entomologists If the pest
Is to he eradicated or satisfactorily
It Is known that shipments o f Infest
ed ears of sweet corn were shipped
last year to prnctlcally all the New
England states before the presence of
the worm was discovered. Corn grow
ers nre warned to be on the alert to
discover this pest In growing corn or
within the stalks of last year’s crop,
nnd gardeners are urged to watch for
It lu such vegetables us tomatoes,
You recklesa men and women who
are pestered w*th corns and who have
at least once a week Invited an awful
death from lockjaw or blood poison
are now told by a Cincinnati authority
to uae a drug called freexone, which
the moment a few drops are applied
to any corn or callous the soreness la
relieved and soon the entire com or
callous, root and all, lifts o ff with the
Freezone dries the moment It ia ap
plied, and aimply shrivels the corn or
callous without Inflaming or even Ir
ritating the surrounding tlseue or
■kin. A small bottle of freexone will
chit very little at any of the drug
stores, but w ill positively rid one’a
feet of every hard or soft corn or
I f your druggist
hasn’t any freezone he can get It at
any wholesale drug bouse for you.—
Largest Hens’ Eggs.
The largest hens’ eggs are produced
in Manchuria, those weighing one-
sixth of a pound being common.
I T L O O K S D A R K to a n y w e a k
o r a ilin g w om an.
Dr. P ie r c e ’s F a v
o rite P re s c rip tio n
com es to her help.
F o r “ fe m a le co m
p la in ts," p a i n s .
In fla m m a tion
ulceration , b e a r
in g dow n sen sa
tions, a n d
c h ro n ic
w e a k-
nesses a n d d e
ran gem en ts, th is
I t ’ s the
only one so sure th a t It can be cru arm n-
teed. “ F a v o r ite P re s c rip tio n ” w ill b en e
fit or cure. In the case o f e v e r y tired and
a fflic te d wom an.
A n e a s ily procured v e g e ta b le p ill Is
m ade up o f M ay-ap ple, th e d ried ju ic e o f
the lea ves o f aloes, and th e root o f jalap ,
m ade Into a tin y p ellet and coated w ith
sugar. I t w as fir s t put In to rea d y -to -u s e
form b y D r. P ie rc e nfearly 50 y ea rs ago.
A lm o s t e v e r y d ru g store in th is cou n try
sells th ese v e g e ta b le p ellets in v ia ls fo r
25c— sim p ly ask fo r Dr. P ie r c e ’s P lea sa n t
T h e y h ave D r. R. V . P ie rc e
stam p.— A d v.
Remove Rusty Screws.
a red-hot Iron to the head of
Bcrew and hold till the iron
trifle. Immediately after re
the iron use the screw driver
screw will turn easily.
Comfort Baby's Skin
When red, rough nnd itching with hot
baths o f Cuticura Soap and touches o f
Cuticura Ointment. This means sleep
for baby and rest for mother. For
free samples address, “ Cuticura, Dept.
X, Boston.” At druggists and by malL
Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.— Adv.
Composition of Mica.
Mica, so named from its being easily
divided into glistening scales, consists
of silica and alumina, associated with
magnesia, soda and lime in varying
proportions. Thus there are potash
mica, consisting of silica, alumina and
potash, and magnesia mica, in which
the alumina is partially replaced by
magnesia, passing— as the proportion
of. magnesia increases— into soft talc,
which is chiefly composed of silica
TO ALL WOMEN
GET W ELL
THOUSANDS OF SU FFERERS W HO
Weeds Become Asset.
H A V E F A IL E D
to g e t r e lie f In an y oth er w a y a re in v ite d
A rank growth of weeds becomes
to In v e s tig a te C h iro p ra ctic m ethods, w hich
are p erm a n en tly c u rin g hundreds e v e ry an asset when plowed under before
they make seed.
T H E B E S T O F C H IR O P R A C T IC
D IA G N O S T IC IA N S
w ill th orou gh ly exa m in e you, m ak e a co m
p lete d iagn osis o f you r case and d irect INJURY 8Y C O R N S T A L K BORER
15th and Johnson Sts., Portlftnd.rOre
you r treatm en ts.
W IT H O U T A N Y CO ST TO YOU
C H IR O P R A C T I C w ill p erm a n en tly cur#
Watch for Destructive Peet and
96 per cen t o f all diseases.
Veal, Pork, Beef,
P A C IF IC C H IR O P R A C T I C C O L L E G E .
Poultry, Butter, Egg«
C orn er o f P a rk and Y am h ill, P o rtla n d , Or.
H O S P I T A L In con n ection w ith college.
and Farm’ Produce,
W ill hnndle o u t-o f-to w n p a tie n ts a t a (P re p a re d by the United States D ep art
to the Okt Reliable Everdlss house with s
m ost reason ab le rate, In o rd e r to show
m ent o f A g ricu ltu re.)
record of 45 years of Square Dealings, and
w h a t C h iro p ra ctic can do.
A d d ress all
assured of T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
The European cornstalk borer, which
com m u nications to
F. M. C R O N K H ITE ,
DR. O. W . E L L I O T T , P res.
was discovered In eastern Massachu
45-47 Front Street,
With the Fingers!
Says Corns Lift Out
Without Any Pain
- ov - lamo omm
c O M P L c rc l in k o r « T r a c
F IL IN G D t V I C t U A N O S V » T * « S
V»_ _ _ _
E LE C T R IC -T H E R A P Y
T H I
A t *41
High Degres of 8klll, Special Train
ing, Faithful and Psrslstent Atten
K A N T K IC K K R A N K
tion, It Required for Marked
T O R F O R D C A K H : — K A N T - K IC K -
K it A N K c^n be attach ed to F ord cara by
anyone In IS m inutes
W h an attached
you can crank your ca r w ith ab solu tely
no fe a r o f kick back.
Aak y o u r H a r d
w a re or O a ra g e man about It.
I f your
local d ea ler cannot supplv jrnu, w rite
d ire c t fo r p ric e s and fu ll Inform ation .
AG EN TS W A N TE D
C A. C L O Y E D .
SHIS 4Sth A va. H E.. P ortlan d , Oregon.
Beekeepers Can Add to Supply of O f f i c e F u r n i t u r e & A p p u a n c e s
PRINTING :: E N G R A VING BOOKBINDING
This Sugar Substitute at
L O N G A H I L V A — 461 H n y th o m e Ava.
A u to W rarkara. W a wrack cara and aall
good parsa % Hat prlca. Hae ua fo r Kn-
glnaa. M a g n a te«, C arburetors, ate
MODERN APPLIANCE CO.. Seattle. Wn.
September 5, 6, 7, 1918, Portland, Oregon.
g V E M V T M IN O
D E L C O -U G H T
Thu complulu Electric Light and
P ow er Plant
TRACTOR and IMPLEMENT DEMONSTRATION
The biggest Tractor Demonstration ever held in the Pacific Northwest.
Indications are that there will be over 75,000 visitors at the Demonstration.
D I R E C T O R Y
BULK G R A IN ELEVATOR
INCREASED HONEY 'GREAT
FRED D UN DEE
M O T O R C A R R E P A IR IN G
MACHINE W ORK
M A G N E T O SERVICE S T A T IO N
A L L KINDS OF
W E L D IN G
P R O M P T A T T E N T IO N
T O A L L ORDERSI
Broad way at Flanders, Portland, Or.
P. N. U.
No. 33, 1918
T h u W om an Recommends
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege
table Compound— Her
McLean, Neb. — “ I want to recom
mend Lydia E. Pinkham’ s Vegetable
Compound t o a l l
women who suffer
from any functional
disturbance, as it
has done me more
ood than all the
Since taking it I
have a fine healthy
baby girl and have
gained in health and
strength. My hus
band and I both
praise your med
icine to all suffering
women.” — Mrs. J oh n K o p p e l m a n n , R.
No. 1, McLean, Nebraska.
This famous root and herb remedy.
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com
pound, has been restoring women o f
America to health for more than forty
years and it will well pay any woman
who suffers from displacements, in
flammation, ulceration, irregularities,
backache, headaches, nervousness or
‘ ‘ the blues” to give this successful
remedy a trial.
For special suggestions in regsnl to
vour ailment write Lydia E. Pinkhnm
Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result
o f its long experience is at your service.